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Old 09-18-2012, 10:07 AM  
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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 #2:
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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 12-10-2012, 12:52 AM   #4936
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Old 12-10-2012, 12:52 AM   #4937
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Let's get him drafted.....Please Chiefs don't F*** this up!
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Old 12-10-2012, 01:37 AM   #4939
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Why post unrelated GIFs when we have material on standby in this very thread.

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This should silence the "Geno sucks against good teams" critics.

4th quarter stats are also compared.

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Old 12-10-2012, 02:09 AM   #4941
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Scouting Report:

Athleticism:
+Excellent size and frame for an NFL quarterback – legit 6’3″.
+Has enough bulk to hold up to some hits at the next level.
+Added 15 pounds of muscle this off-season.
+Strong enough to shrug off would be tacklers.
+Decent speed, but certainly not a running quarterback.
+Balanced, stays under control on the move.
-Tentative to pull it down and run.

Arm Talent:
+Phenomenal touch down the field, very accurate on deep balls.
+Can drive the ball across the field without a dip – elite arm strength.
+Leads receivers well, allows for yardage after the catch.
+Quick, over the top release.
+Able to throw from multiple arm positions.
-Occasionally rockets a pass at close range through his receivers hands.
-Seemed to struggle throwing in the wind.

Pocket Presence:
+Doesn’t watch the rush, eyes stay downfield when adjusting in the pocket.
+Feet stay active in the pocket, but doesn’t waste movement.
+Stays in the pocket as long as possible, looks to pass first always.
+Has some elusiveness, doesn’t look to run but will take an easy first down when given.
+Able to climb the pocket and avoid edge rushers.
+Maintains proper depth in the pocket, doesn’t hang his OL out to dry.

Command of offense:
+Can make all the reads, high/low, left/right.
+Experienced with run/pass reads and route adjustments based on defense.
+Manipulates safeties with subtle fakes and eye discipline.
+Understands when to take chances and when to make the safe throw.
-Occasionally locks onto his first read when in a pressure situation.
-Doesn’t spend much time under center, mainly in pistol/shotgun.

Overview:
Geno Smith has been my number one quarterback prospect since the beginning of this season and despite a couple of rocky games against Texas Tech and Kansas State, he is still my guy at the end of the season.

Smith has the size, accuracy and arm strength that is requisite in the NFL, while his pocket presence and athleticism put him in position to be a franchise quarterback at the next level. Dynamic receivers Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey have certainly helped Smith develop, but he has also made them look good with his touch and accuracy.

He isn’t as NFL-ready as Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III were coming out last year, he certainly is a prospect that you can try and build a team around. He took criticism from 2011 (improve touch, play within the offense, add bulk, etc…) and has improved greatly in all areas.

If I’m picking first in the 2013 NFL Draft and need a quarterback – I run up to the podium and turn in the card with the name Geno Smith on it.

Scouting Notes

West Virginia vs Baylor
-Goes through two reads, hits his third option underneath.
-Looks very comfortable with trash at his feet – strong enough to shrug off some would be tacklers.
-Can tuck and run with the ball – has some elusiveness and speed but it is his last option.

Full scouting notes for Geno Smith vs Baylor.

West Virginia vs Texas
- Hangs in the pocket as long as possible, delivers 3rd down throw with man in his face
- Sells the draw and delivers a strike to Bailey for TD on 3 step slant
- Immediate front side pressure from Okafor, able to escape and pick up positive yards before being stopped short of 1st down marker


http://www.nepatriotsdraft.com/2012/...ng-report.html
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:12 AM   #4942
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Old 12-10-2012, 04:14 AM   #4943
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Scouting Report:

Athleticism:
+Excellent size and frame for an NFL quarterback – legit 6’3″.
+Has enough bulk to hold up to some hits at the next level.
+Added 15 pounds of muscle this off-season.
+Strong enough to shrug off would be tacklers.
+Decent speed, but certainly not a running quarterback.
+Balanced, stays under control on the move.
-Tentative to pull it down and run.

Arm Talent:
+Phenomenal touch down the field, very accurate on deep balls.
+Can drive the ball across the field without a dip – elite arm strength.
+Leads receivers well, allows for yardage after the catch.
+Quick, over the top release.
+Able to throw from multiple arm positions.
-Occasionally rockets a pass at close range through his receivers hands.
-Seemed to struggle throwing in the wind.

Pocket Presence:
+Doesn’t watch the rush, eyes stay downfield when adjusting in the pocket.
+Feet stay active in the pocket, but doesn’t waste movement.
+Stays in the pocket as long as possible, looks to pass first always.
+Has some elusiveness, doesn’t look to run but will take an easy first down when given.
+Able to climb the pocket and avoid edge rushers.
+Maintains proper depth in the pocket, doesn’t hang his OL out to dry.

Command of offense:
+Can make all the reads, high/low, left/right.
+Experienced with run/pass reads and route adjustments based on defense.
+Manipulates safeties with subtle fakes and eye discipline.
+Understands when to take chances and when to make the safe throw.
-Occasionally locks onto his first read when in a pressure situation.
-Doesn’t spend much time under center, mainly in pistol/shotgun.

Overview:
Geno Smith has been my number one quarterback prospect since the beginning of this season and despite a couple of rocky games against Texas Tech and Kansas State, he is still my guy at the end of the season.

Smith has the size, accuracy and arm strength that is requisite in the NFL, while his pocket presence and athleticism put him in position to be a franchise quarterback at the next level. Dynamic receivers Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey have certainly helped Smith develop, but he has also made them look good with his touch and accuracy.

He isn’t as NFL-ready as Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III were coming out last year, he certainly is a prospect that you can try and build a team around. He took criticism from 2011 (improve touch, play within the offense, add bulk, etc…) and has improved greatly in all areas.

If I’m picking first in the 2013 NFL Draft and need a quarterback – I run up to the podium and turn in the card with the name Geno Smith on it.

Scouting Notes

West Virginia vs Baylor
-Goes through two reads, hits his third option underneath.
-Looks very comfortable with trash at his feet – strong enough to shrug off some would be tacklers.
-Can tuck and run with the ball – has some elusiveness and speed but it is his last option.

Full scouting notes for Geno Smith vs Baylor.

West Virginia vs Texas
- Hangs in the pocket as long as possible, delivers 3rd down throw with man in his face
- Sells the draw and delivers a strike to Bailey for TD on 3 step slant
- Immediate front side pressure from Okafor, able to escape and pick up positive yards before being stopped short of 1st down marker


http://www.nepatriotsdraft.com/2012/...ng-report.html
Geno sitting in the pocket waiting for the right play won't work very well in the NFL when he has pass rushers like Von Miller and Elvis Dumerville going after him. He's very good at almost everything, but sitting in the pocket too long, constantly staring at and going to his first read and not looking off defenders and reading complex defenses is something he'll have to work on.

Fortunately those are very coachable. Well, assuming we get a QB coach that's worth a shit.
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1. Geno Smith
2. Tyler Wilson
3. Zac Dysert
4. Ryan Nassib
5. AJ McCarron
6. Aaron Murray
7. Matt Barkley
8. Logan Thomas
9. Mike Glennon
10. EJ Manuel
11. Landry Jones
12. Tyler Bray
EJ Manuel should be off the board. Dude is terrible.
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Geno sitting in the pocket waiting for the right play won't work very well in the NFL when he has pass rushers like Von Miller and Elvis Dumerville going after him. He's very good at almost everything, but sitting in the pocket too long, constantly staring at and going to his first read and not looking off defenders and reading complex defenses is something he'll have to work on.

Fortunately those are very coachable. Well, assuming we get a QB coach that's worth a shit.
You claim you've seen Geno Smith play.

Have you seen him extend plays WITHIN the pocket? Have you seen him evade tacklers? Have you seen him escape pressure?

Of course you haven't. You're too busy licking the smegma off Glennon's tiny dick.
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You claim you've seen Geno Smith play.

Have you seen him extend plays WITHIN the pocket? Have you seen him evade tacklers? Have you seen him escape pressure?

Of course you haven't. You're too busy licking the smegma off Glennon's tiny dick.
You are too busy putting Geno's dick in your mouth that you can't see any problems with him.

Sure evading tacklers in college is impressive, but it's college. Next year he's in the NFL where you can't move in the pocket forever.

Think I'm lying? Go watch Cam Newton's games against us and Denver for proof. He got his ass kicked by doing that.

This is WTF happens when you try extending plays in the pocket in the NFL.


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You are too busy putting Geno's dick in your mouth that you can't see any problems with him.

Sure evading tacklers in college is impressive, but it's college. Next year he's in the NFL where you can't move in the pocket forever.

Think I'm lying? Go watch Cam Newton's games against us and Denver for proof. He got his ass kicked by doing that.

This is WTF happens when you try extending plays in the pocket in the NFL.

Did you ever consider that he sits and surveys the field like that because it's a goddamn miracle when his offensive line blocks long enough for him to do so?

He's being responsible with the ball. Not getting hurried. And guess what he does when pressure DOES come. He escapes it.

He's got the most natural pocket presence of any QB I've seen coming out of the draft in a long time. Luck included. He might be the only QB that rivals Luck in that category.

It shows how ****ing stupid you are that you think Geno Smith will fail in the NFL because he doesn't know when the pass rush is going to get him. There are other reasons to criticize Geno Smith, but you took one of his best qualities and made it out to be a shortcoming of his.

WTF do you call Wilson? Barkley? Your boy Glennon? ****, if Geno Smith doesn't know any better, then the rest of those guys are going to Matt Cassel the **** out of their careers.
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You are too busy putting Geno's dick in your mouth that you can't see any problems with him.

Sure evading tacklers in college is impressive, but it's college. Next year he's in the NFL where you can't move in the pocket forever.

Think I'm lying? Go watch Cam Newton's games against us and Denver for proof. He got his ass kicked by doing that.

This is WTF happens when you try extending plays in the pocket in the NFL.

That's not extending plays IN the pocket. That's OUTSIDE the pocket.
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Go watch Cam Newton's games against us and Denver for proof. He got his ass kicked by doing that.

This is WTF happens when you try extending plays in the pocket in the NFL.
Cam Newton LEADS THE NFL in passing snaps of 2.6 seconds or more.

On those snaps he has an 88.2 QB rating.

Definitely getting his ass kicked.

PS - Matt Cassel was 5th and has a QB rating of 56.4 in those situations. Ass? Kicked.
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