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Geno Smith fans roll call

NEW THREAD HEADER (11/17/12):

The list is gone. We will all be Geno Smith fans when he gets drafted by the Chiefs. For historical documentation's sake, I'll keep the list in a separate post on this thread: http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showp...postcount=3314

WHY GENO SMITH?
If you're wondering if Geno Smith is right for you, check out this brilliant post by Saccopoo:

http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showp...postcount=5388

Next, we have a few GIFs you may be interested in from the Oklahoma game. Insane potential. These are the elite throws that very few QBs can make. What more can I say? Geno Smith can be a franchise QB in the NFL, and the Chiefs need to take a shot on him.

GIF #1:
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GIF #3 (My favorite):
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HOW DO WE GET HIM HERE?

Glad you asked. I posted this checklist earlier. It probably belongs in the thread header, and will be updated as the Chiefs close out their season and start a new chapter in their franchise story.

Preparing for Geno Smith's Arrival In KC Checklist

1. [X] Lose games and acquire the #1 overall pick
2. [X] Get Pioli and the Patriot Way cronies the **** out
3. [X] Hire new GM/coach

OPTIONAL (but highly recommended):
4. [ ] Re-sign/tag Bowe, who really wants to play in KC with Geno
5. [ ] Re-sign/tag Albert

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Old 11-23-2012, 07:55 AM   #3586
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If that's your standard then Andrew Luck was a risk. A big risk.

**** dude.

The guy was 19 years old and was kicking the shit out of it as a sophomore. Smith was a Parade All-American as a prep, is a three year starter in two different systems and has put up exceptional numbers every year.

Tom Brady was a 6th round pick because nobody thought he could do it on the next level.

Half the league scouting directors and GM's thought Ryan Leaf was a better prospect than Peyton Manning.

What the **** are you wanting? You want to wait around for the next John Elway/Andrew Luck?

(And I think Smith has a lot of those qualities that those particular two individuals possessed. He's got as many tools for the position at his level as I've seen in the past two decades. I'm ready to take the chance on a guy and Smith is as good as a chance as I've seen that the Chiefs have had in a long, long time.)

Geno Smith has kicked ass every chance he's had and has improved his individual game every single year.

I'll take Smith, right here, right now. If he doesn't work out, so be it, but he's got the tools to be a stud. You never know how it plays out at the next level, but he's a guy you take that chance with.

Reps in the pass game, the accuracy, the release, the pocket presence, the prototype size, the arm, the leadership, the work ethic, the smarts.

No disrespect, but if you don't like Geno Smith as a prospect, especially as a Chiefs fan, whose QB situation sits between dire and destitute, then you are a ****ing moron.


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Old 11-23-2012, 07:57 AM   #3587
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Smith's a poor man's Dante Culpepper and the next Akili Smith. Kind of a hybrid Dante, McNabb, Akili, Campbell, Doug Williams, Vince Evans combo. Amirite semenmonster???
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Old 11-23-2012, 07:58 AM   #3588
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If that's your standard then Andrew Luck was a risk. A big risk.

**** dude.

The guy was 19 years old and was kicking the shit out of it as a sophomore. Smith was a Parade All-American as a prep, is a three year starter in two different systems and has put up exceptional numbers every year.

Tom Brady was a 6th round pick because nobody thought he could do it on the next level.

Half the league scouting directors and GM's thought Ryan Leaf was a better prospect than Peyton Manning.

What the **** are you wanting? You want to wait around for the next John Elway/Andrew Luck?

(And I think Smith has a lot of those qualities that those particular two individuals possessed. He's got as many tools for the position at his level as I've seen in the past two decades. I'm ready to take the chance on a guy and Smith is as good as a chance as I've seen that the Chiefs have had in a long, long time.)

Geno Smith has kicked ass every chance he's had and has improved his individual game every single year.

I'll take Smith, right here, right now. If he doesn't work out, so be it, but he's got the tools to be a stud. You never know how it plays out at the next level, but he's a guy you take that chance with.

Reps in the pass game, the accuracy, the release, the pocket presence, the prototype size, the arm, the leadership, the work ethic, the smarts.

No disrespect, but if you don't like Geno Smith as a prospect, especially as a Chiefs fan, whose QB situation sits between dire and destitute, then you are a ****ing moron.
Jfc. I've said a million times I would draft geno at #1 in a heartbeat. Somehow people get shit around here if you say one thing negative about a guy you like overall. I think he's worth the risk but I'm not going to be unrealistic about the fact that he is a risk.

I'm sorry... But it's idiotic for anyone to throw luck and rgIII into the discussion. Please stop. Those guys were blue chip prospects. Geno is a nice prospect but he isn't anywhere their level. That shouldn't stop the chiefs from drafting them. But let's stop with any bs that any team would in a million years consider drafting geno above either of those two guys.
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But, but, but TOOOOOOOOOOOO RISKYYYYYYYYY!!!!!! Might start a season 1-9 and not have a lead for 2 months
Pgm... As much shit as I get for saying he's too risky (which isn't even true. I've said he's worth the risk) I have consistently shown that I am very patient to wait for a player to develop under the system while the majority of people on cp throw a guy under the bus if he's not nails right away.

It's because people set these ridiculous expectations. I want the chiefs to draft geno. I expect him to struggle a lot early. Not Andrew luck "I'm going to struggle every now and then." I think it might take 2 or 3 years to grow into the role. Because he isn't as nfl ready as so many people here want to pretend he is. I knew luck and rgIII would produce right away.

Cp is a funny place. They will call dontari Poe a bust because he hasn't been all world in a year we knew he would struggle, yet they will treat mark Sanchez and Ryan tannehill like the next coming of the messiah for very, very average qb play to prove a point that we passed on them.
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Pgm... As much shit as I get for saying he's too risky (which isn't even true. I've said he's worth the risk) I have consistently shown that I am very patient to wait for a player to develop under the system while the majority of people on cp throw a guy under the bus if he's not nails right away.

It's because people set these ridiculous expectations. I want the chiefs to draft geno. I expect him to struggle a lot early. Not Andrew luck "I'm going to struggle every now and then." I think it might take 2 or 3 years to grow into the role. Because he isn't as nfl ready as so many people here want to pretend he is. I knew luck and rgIII would produce right away.

Cp is a funny place. They will call dontari Poe a bust because he hasn't been all world in a year we knew he would struggle, yet they will treat mark Sanchez and Ryan tannehill like the next coming of the messiah for very, very average qb play to prove a point that we passed on them.
I wasn't singling you out otherwise I would have quoted you. Their have been many a poster here using the too risky bullshit and was targeting the dumbfoolery.

I agree 100 percent with the last part as Tannehill's balls have been swung on like Tarzan.
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Old 11-23-2012, 08:12 AM   #3592
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Pgm... As much shit as I get for saying he's too risky (which isn't even true. I've said he's worth the risk) I have consistently shown that I am very patient to wait for a player to develop under the system while the majority of people on cp throw a guy under the bus if he's not nails right away.

It's because people set these ridiculous expectations. I want the chiefs to draft geno. I expect him to struggle a lot early. Not Andrew luck "I'm going to struggle every now and then." I think it might take 2 or 3 years to grow into the role. Because he isn't as nfl ready as so many people here want to pretend he is. I knew luck and rgIII would produce right away.

Cp is a funny place. They will call dontari Poe a bust because he hasn't been all world in a year we knew he would struggle, yet they will treat mark Sanchez and Ryan tannehill like the next coming of the messiah for very, very average qb play to prove a point that we passed on them.
There's nothing strange about the dislike for Poe on this forum since many view him as a sub-par talent from the jump. Thus, waiting on him to develop is an exercise in futility because he'll never suddenly become more talented.
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There's nothing strange about the dislike for Poe on this forum since many view him as a sub-par talent from the jump. Thus, waiting on him to develop is an exercise in futility because he'll never suddenly become more talented.
About Dontari Poe, some Chiefs fans don't like him because he didn't produce in college but while he was supposed to be really raw in his early NFL career and he is to some extent, he has arguably produced just as much as the likes of Raji and Ngata in their rookie season.
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About Dontari Poe, some Chiefs fans don't like him because he didn't produce in college but while he was supposed to be really raw in his early NFL career and he is to some extent, he has arguably produced just as much as the likes of Raji and Ngata in their rookie season.
This. There's a difference between saying he is a bust versus he was a bad pick.

You can't call him a bust until he starts to peak in development. I didn't see any way he'd be good this year even in the rosiest of scenarios.
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Jfc. I've said a million times I would draft geno at #1 in a heartbeat. Somehow people get shit around here if you say one thing negative about a guy you like overall. I think he's worth the risk but I'm not going to be unrealistic about the fact that he is a risk.

I'm sorry... But it's idiotic for anyone to throw luck and rgIII into the discussion. Please stop. Those guys were blue chip prospects. Geno is a nice prospect but he isn't anywhere their level. That shouldn't stop the chiefs from drafting them. But let's stop with any bs that any team would in a million years consider drafting geno above either of those two guys.
I don't think you can read, either that our you just make shit up.


I have never seen anyone here say anything remotely close to saying Geno would ever be above RG3 or luck
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Interested to see what Geno Smith shows today. It is very cold and unbelievably windy in Iowa today. Will be interesting to see how he handles this type of Midwest weather.

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I have never seen anyone here say anything remotely close to saying Geno would ever be above RG3 or luck
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There are people trying to downplay how much Genos non-rgIII athleticism changes how attractive the prospect is. And there are plenty of people suggesting geno is the same as a pure pocket passer prospect as rgIII. Don't agree with that either. RgIII is constantly brought up in conversations. All the time. Luck not as much, but saccopoo brought him up to say he has downside risk as a pocket passer.

Nobody said geno would be better. But there are lots of people implying that rgIIIs success shows that geno will succeed. Bs. They are different players and geno will need to succeed in a totally different way. We need to stop bringing rgIII into conversations. If they were in the same draft class, rgIII would have been blue chip and geno would be a distant second.
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There are people trying to downplay how much Genos non-rgIII athleticism changes how attractive the prospect is. And there are plenty of people suggesting geno is the same as a pure pocket passer prospect as rgIII. Don't agree with that either. RgIII is constantly brought up in conversations. All the time. Luck not as much, but saccopoo brought him up to say he has downside risk as a pocket passer.

Nobody said geno would be better. But there are lots of people implying that rgIIIs success shows that geno will succeed. Bs. They are different players and geno will need to succeed in a totally different way. We need to stop bringing rgIII into conversations. If they were in the same draft class, rgIII would have been blue chip and geno would be a distant second.
Only dumb**** TV analysts compare him to RGIII. I agree that they're COMPLETELY different players.
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