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Old 03-22-2013, 10:30 PM  
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Palmer: McCluster excited about the happenings in KC

McCluster excited about the happenings in KC
By TOD PALMER
The Kansas City Star
Chiefs wide receiver Dexter McCluster was among the revelers as Mississippi upset Wisconsin during NCAA Tournament regional action Friday at the Sprint Center.

McCluster, a former Rebels running back and 2010 second-round pick, even commissioned special gear for the occasion after learning that his alma mater was coming to Kansas City.

I went and had four shirts made up that say Ole Miss Rebels in red and blue, McCluster said. I was so excited to see everybody some friends and some people I really looked up to at Ole Miss. Im having a good time here today. Its great. It feels like Im back home. Hotty Toddy Ill bleed red and blue until the day I die.

McCluster originally is from Tampa, Fla., but he spent four years in Oxford, Miss., and now lives in Kansas City year-round.

Hes almost as eager for the Chiefs who brought in a new general manager, John Dorsey, and coach, Andy Reid, during the offseason to get going again, too.

Im happy about the fresh start, McCluster said. The guys that were here before, I love them with all my heart because they gave me the chance to go out there and showcase my talents. But Im excited for the new year and the changes to come.

McCluster is energized by the fresh start and the sense that the Chiefs fan base feels the same way.

The whole town can feel that were about to do some big things, but we still have to put in the work, McCluster said. But if we all stick together, we can make something special happen. I was very excited about the Alex Smith trade. Hes a guy whos established. Hes been in the league been there, done that so hopefully he can come here and do the same thing.

And, yes, McCluster is well aware that Reid has big plans for him in the Chiefs new offense.

Im a humble guy, but hes expecting a lot of things of me, McCluster said. I know I have to go in there and put the work in and, hopefully, make it come true. I sat down with (Reid) briefly, and he just told me that when he first saw me he thought I was a guy who can be a playmaker. He really believed in me on and off the field. I want to show him that he was correct about that.
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:00 AM   #46
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No. Did you watch games last year?
Yes and neither of those numbers you posted are right.
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:01 AM   #47
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He was absolutely responsible for 7 turnovers.

The ball touched his hands 3 times on perfectly thrown balls that he turned into INTs.

Twice more he incorrectly ran a route, resulting in an INT.

He also lost two fumbles.

All of this occurred in 64 touches.
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:04 AM   #48
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The picture is the best part of the article (at the Sprint Center today):

If you saw McCluster on the street you'd never believe he's a professional football player.
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He was absolutely responsible for 7 turnovers.

The ball touched his hands 3 times on perfectly thrown balls that he turned into INTs.

Twice more he incorrectly ran a route, resulting in an INT.

He also lost two fumbles.

All of this occurred in 64 touches.

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Old 03-23-2013, 11:15 AM   #50
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Why are you laughing you son of a bitch. All of that happened.

He's a train wreck.
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:17 AM   #51
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:18 AM   #52
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IIRC the reason Pioli drafted him where he did was due to Phat Andy being so high on him and the idea he'd take him.

I'm sure Phatty still has a soft spot for him...
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:24 AM   #53
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Why are you laughing you son of a bitch. All of that happened.

He's a train wreck.
The whole offense was a train wreck last year, and yeah McCluster made some mistakes. Apparently Andy Reid still likes him though? That's what I've heard anyway. I think/hope he can get better and I could see him playing a role in a good offense. I do remember his bad plays that led to turnovers, but I remember he made some good plays in there as well. I understand if people don't like him and think he was drafted too high (he was), but the hate for him here has kind of snowballed to a level that I feel is a little too high.
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:26 AM   #54
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He was absolutely responsible for 7 turnovers.

The ball touched his hands 3 times on perfectly thrown balls that he turned into INTs.

Twice more he incorrectly ran a route, resulting in an INT.

He also lost two fumbles.

All of this occurred in 64 touches.
Wait. What makes you think he miss ran a route?
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:27 AM   #55
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Because the announcers talked about it, and if you know anything about football, it was ****ing obvious.
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The whole offense was a train wreck last year, and yeah McCluster made some mistakes. Apparently Andy Reid still likes him though? That's what I've heard anyway. I think/hope he can get better and I could see him playing a role in a good offense. I do remember his bad plays that led to turnovers, but I remember he made some good plays in there as well. I understand if people don't like him and think he was drafted too high (he was), but the hate for him here has kind of snowballed to a level that I feel is a little too high.
No, incorrect. He doesn't do anything well.

He's good for a bunch of ****ing checkdowns that go nowhere. What kind of role is that?
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Why are you laughing you son of a bitch. All of that happened.

He's a train wreck.
i think he's laughing at your rather rapid descent into a raging insanity.
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Because the announcers talked about it, and if you know anything about football, it was ****ing obvious.
Yeah the announcers are always right. If I were you I would wit using those two turnovers to try and prop up your argument.

It makes you look silly
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Yeah the announcers are always right.
They were absolutely right.

**** off.
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