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Old 04-22-2018, 12:48 AM   #10996
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Funny thing is you look at the stats for that game, you would not know he was playing injured. 500+ yards, over 72% completions. We scored 28 points in the first half and only 10 points in the 2nd half, which goes to show what I said about how he played each half. He was the usual incredible Pat in the first half. Wanna say he was over 80% completions in the first half. Comes out second half and our worst fears were confirmed. No zip on the ball. Dead arm.

I will say this though. Pat did not play many games in 2015 and 2016 healthy. In 2015 he suffered a bad knee injury against TCU early in the season (Game 4) and was a different guy the rest of the year. In 2016 he suffered a bad throwing shoulder injury in Game 4 against Kansas (week before K-State game) and was a different guy the rest of the year.

This is my biggest concern for him. He has insane talent, but he plays the game very hard and takes a lot of big hits. He has to protect himself if he wants to succeed in the NFL. If you don't stay healthy then all that talent goes to waste.


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Old 04-22-2018, 01:07 AM   #10997
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Not sure what that guy is smoking. When healthy, Mahomes has every bit the arm strength of Aaron Rodgers. The question is not physical talent. The question is the mental side of the game, including the ability to protect himself. If he stays healthy and learns to make good decisions with the football, the sky is the limit.
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Old 04-22-2018, 05:01 AM   #10998
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Not sure what that guy is smoking. When healthy, Mahomes has every bit the arm strength of Aaron Rodgers. The question is not physical talent. The question is the mental side of the game, including the ability to protect himself. If he stays healthy and learns to make good decisions with the football, the sky is the limit.

Dan Marino compared Mahomes to himself only "with wheels" now Dan Marino was a statue but had a long productive career and protected himself.

I think we are going see a marvelous quarterback and will make people say how did he do that?

I think him rolling out to the left and chucking it deep across field to a streaking Tyreek Hill downfield is going be a thing that the NFL wont have much of an answer for.
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Old 04-22-2018, 01:02 PM   #10999
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That pass to Demetrius Harris in Denver was so incredible. He threaded the needle on a pass that went 33 yards in the air over the top of a DB just high enough for Harris to get it and out of the DB’s reach.

That’s insane downfield accuracy.
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And for reference, that game was one of the 5 coldest games in Broncos history and Pat had no problem throwing bombs.
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Speaking of 810, what’s the deal with TJ carpenter? He left for Denver and has become the biggest one who sucks the penis on the planet. He’s saying Andy doesn’t trust Mahomes and that he’s too young.
TJ Carpenter so clearly modeled his entire style on Colin Cowherd. It was BIZARRE to listen to. Like watching Philip Phillips do his best Dave Matthews impression.

That, mixed with him drinking the Keitzman cooled of bloated jackassery, made him one of the most insufferable ****s to sit in front of a microphone and talk about sports.
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Old 04-22-2018, 02:13 PM   #11002
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TJ Carpenter so clearly modeled his entire style on Colin Cowherd. It was BIZARRE to listen to. Like watching Philip Phillips do his best Dave Matthews impression.

That, mixed with him drinking the Keitzman cooled of bloated jackassery, made him one of the most insufferable ****s to sit in front of a microphone and talk about sports.
So why was he fired? I still haven’t been able to figure it out
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Old 04-22-2018, 04:20 PM   #11003
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So why was he fired? I still haven’t been able to figure it out
I hear his ego and doucheness was a growing problem along with his twitter shit and apparently doing something stupid at an 810 event at the bar that hosted them (heard he got drunk and acted a fool).

Cody Tapp is also light years better than him. 810 made a good move to go with Tapp over that insufferable jackass.
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Dan Marino compared Mahomes to himself only "with wheels" now Dan Marino was a statue but had a long productive career and protected himself.

I think we are going see a marvelous quarterback and will make people say how did he do that?

I think him rolling out to the left and chucking it deep across field to a streaking Tyreek Hill downfield is going be a thing that the NFL wont have much of an answer for.
Mahomes has HOF arm talent. Watching the games to see if he reaches his potential?

This will be an awesome ride.
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Old 04-22-2018, 07:19 PM   #11005
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Kansas City Chiefs All-time Passing Leaders
The following are the alltime Kansas City Chiefs Passing leaders, sorted by passing yards. Included are player passing stats for the Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) from 1970-2018, the Kansas City Chiefs (AFL) from 1963-1969 and the Dallas Texans (AFL) from 1960-1962. Len Dawson is the alltime Kansas City Chiefs leader in passing yards with 28,507.

Players active with the Kansas City Chiefs during the 2017 NFL season are listed in bold.

Player Seasons Att Cmp Pct Yds YPA TD Int Lg Rate
Len Dawson 1962-75 3,696 2,115 57.2 28,507 7.7 237 178 92t 83.2
Trent Green 2001-06 2,777 1,720 61.9 21,459 7.7 118 85 99t 87.3
Alex Smith 2013-18 2,436 1,587 65.1 17,608 7.2 102 33 80t 94.8
Bill Kenney 1979-88 2,430 1,330 54.7 17,277 7.1 105 86 84t 77.0
Steve DeBerg 1988-91 1,616 934 57.8 11,873 7.3 67 50 90t 81.8
Mike Livingston 1968-79 1,751 912 52.1 11,295 6.5 56 83 93t 63.3
Elvis Grbac 1997-00 1,548 897 57.9 10,643 6.9 66 47 86t 80.6
Matt Cassel 2009-12 1,489 854 57.4 9,549 6.4 59 44 75t 77.5
Steve Bono 1994-96 1,075 594 55.3 6,489 6.0 37 27 69 74.3
Joe Montana 1993-94 791 480 60.7 5,427 6.9 29 16 57t 85.0
Steve Fuller 1979-82 817 465 56.9 5,333 6.5 22 32 77 69.4
Cotton Davidson 1960-62 709 330 46.5 4,919 6.9 32 39 74t 61.9
Damon Huard 2005-08 657 404 61.5 4,612 7.0 24 18 78 83.3
Todd Blackledge 1983-87 742 364 49.1 4,510 6.1 26 32 70t 62.0
Dave Krieg 1992-93 602 335 55.6 4,353 7.2 22 15 77t 80.4
Rich Gannon 1995-98 630 365 57.9 3,997 6.3 23 11 80t 81.7
Tyler Thigpen 2007-09 426 232 54.5 2,649 6.2 18 13 75 74.7
Tony Adams 1975-78 319 163 51.1 2,126 6.7 9 22 63 53.1
Brodie Croyle 2006-10 319 181 56.7 1,669 5.2 8 9 50 67.8
Pete Beathard 1964-67,73 254 110 43.3 1,649 6.5 8 13 77 54.4
Brady Quinn 2012 197 112 56.9 1,141 5.8 2 8 57 60.1
Eddie Wilson 1962-64 140 70 50.0 994 7.1 4 3 55 73.9
Tyler Palko 2010-11 140 84 60.0 831 5.9 2 7 38t 60.7
Kyle Orton 2011 97 59 60.8 779 8.0 1 2 49 81.1
Jacky Lee 1967-69 84 43 51.2 597 7.1 5 4 61t 74.4
Nick Foles 2016 55 36 65.5 410 7.5 3 0 49 105.9
Chase Daniel 2013-15 68 43 63.2 409 6.0 1 1 48 78.6
Ron Jaworski 1989 61 36 59.0 385 6.3 2 5 32 54.3
Randy Duncan 1961 67 25 37.3 361 5.4 1 3 47 41.9
Hunter Enis 1960 54 30 55.6 357 6.6 1 2 39 66.7
Frank Seurer 1986-87 55 26 47.3 340 6.2 0 4 33 36.9
Mark Vlasic 1991-92 44 28 63.6 316 7.2 2 0 30 100.2
Steve Pelluer 1989-91 52 28 53.8 315 6.1 1 1 24 70.6
Matt Stevens 1987 57 32 56.1 315 5.5 1 1 23 70.4
Patrick Mahomes 2017-18 35 22 62.9 284 8.1 0 1 51 76.4
Todd Collins 1998-05 27 18 66.7 229 8.5 1 0 42 105.3
Warren Moon 1999-00 37 16 43.2 228 6.2 1 1 41 61.5
Dean Carlson 1972-74 15 7 46.7 116 7.7 0 1 34 45.4
Ed Podolak 1969-77 6 4 66.7 82 13.7 0 1 24 70.1
Tom Clements 1980 12 7 58.3 77 6.4 0 0 18 77.4
Quinn Gray 2008 8 7 87.5 76 9.5 1 0 26 145.8
Alex Espinoza 1987 14 9 64.3 69 4.9 0 2 16 36.6
Sandy Osiecki 1984 17 7 41.2 64 3.8 0 1 19 27.6
Mark Bradley 2008-09 2 2 100.0 63 31.5 1 0 37t 158.3
Danan Hughes 1993-98 2 2 100.0 55 27.5 0 0 30 118.8
Warren McVea 1969-71,73 4 1 25.0 50 12.5 1 0 50t 118.8
Carlos Carson 1980-89 1 1 100.0 48 48.0 1 0 48t 158.3
Mike Nott 1976 10 4 40.0 46 4.6 0 0 23 54.6
Walter White 1975-79 2 1 50.0 44 22.0 0 1 44 56.3
Tony Gonzalez 1997-08 1 1 100.0 40 40.0 0 0 40 118.8
KEY: Gms = Games Played, Att = Pass Attempts, Cmp = Pass Completions, Pct = Pass Completion Percentage, Yds = Passing Yards, YPA = Yards Per Pass Attempt, TD = Touchdown Passes, TD% = Touchdown Pass Percentage, Int = Intercepted Passes, Int% = Pass Interception Percentage, Lg = Longest Pass Completion, Sack = Passing Sacks, Loss = Sack Yards Lost, Rate = Passer Rating
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Old 04-22-2018, 08:48 PM   #11006
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I hear his ego and doucheness was a growing problem along with his twitter shit and apparently doing something stupid at an 810 event at the bar that hosted them (heard he got drunk and acted a fool).

Cody Tapp is also light years better than him. 810 made a good move to go with Tapp over that insufferable jackass.
Interesting. He seemed like a twat on radio and is an even bigger dickhead on Twitter.
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Kansas City Chiefs All-time Passing Leaders
The following are the alltime Kansas City Chiefs Passing leaders, sorted by passing yards. Included are player passing stats for the Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) from 1970-2018, the Kansas City Chiefs (AFL) from 1963-1969 and the Dallas Texans (AFL) from 1960-1962. Len Dawson is the alltime Kansas City Chiefs leader in passing yards with 28,507.

Players active with the Kansas City Chiefs during the 2017 NFL season are listed in bold.

Player Seasons Att Cmp Pct Yds YPA TD Int Lg Rate
Len Dawson 1962-75 3,696 2,115 57.2 28,507 7.7 237 178 92t 83.2
Trent Green 2001-06 2,777 1,720 61.9 21,459 7.7 118 85 99t 87.3
Alex Smith 2013-18 2,436 1,587 65.1 17,608 7.2 102 33 80t 94.8
Bill Kenney 1979-88 2,430 1,330 54.7 17,277 7.1 105 86 84t 77.0
Steve DeBerg 1988-91 1,616 934 57.8 11,873 7.3 67 50 90t 81.8
Mike Livingston 1968-79 1,751 912 52.1 11,295 6.5 56 83 93t 63.3
Elvis Grbac 1997-00 1,548 897 57.9 10,643 6.9 66 47 86t 80.6
Matt Cassel 2009-12 1,489 854 57.4 9,549 6.4 59 44 75t 77.5
Steve Bono 1994-96 1,075 594 55.3 6,489 6.0 37 27 69 74.3
Joe Montana 1993-94 791 480 60.7 5,427 6.9 29 16 57t 85.0
Steve Fuller 1979-82 817 465 56.9 5,333 6.5 22 32 77 69.4
Cotton Davidson 1960-62 709 330 46.5 4,919 6.9 32 39 74t 61.9
Damon Huard 2005-08 657 404 61.5 4,612 7.0 24 18 78 83.3
Todd Blackledge 1983-87 742 364 49.1 4,510 6.1 26 32 70t 62.0
Dave Krieg 1992-93 602 335 55.6 4,353 7.2 22 15 77t 80.4
Rich Gannon 1995-98 630 365 57.9 3,997 6.3 23 11 80t 81.7
Tyler Thigpen 2007-09 426 232 54.5 2,649 6.2 18 13 75 74.7
Tony Adams 1975-78 319 163 51.1 2,126 6.7 9 22 63 53.1
Brodie Croyle 2006-10 319 181 56.7 1,669 5.2 8 9 50 67.8
Pete Beathard 1964-67,73 254 110 43.3 1,649 6.5 8 13 77 54.4
Brady Quinn 2012 197 112 56.9 1,141 5.8 2 8 57 60.1
Eddie Wilson 1962-64 140 70 50.0 994 7.1 4 3 55 73.9
Tyler Palko 2010-11 140 84 60.0 831 5.9 2 7 38t 60.7
Kyle Orton 2011 97 59 60.8 779 8.0 1 2 49 81.1
Jacky Lee 1967-69 84 43 51.2 597 7.1 5 4 61t 74.4
Nick Foles 2016 55 36 65.5 410 7.5 3 0 49 105.9
Chase Daniel 2013-15 68 43 63.2 409 6.0 1 1 48 78.6
Ron Jaworski 1989 61 36 59.0 385 6.3 2 5 32 54.3
Randy Duncan 1961 67 25 37.3 361 5.4 1 3 47 41.9
Hunter Enis 1960 54 30 55.6 357 6.6 1 2 39 66.7
Frank Seurer 1986-87 55 26 47.3 340 6.2 0 4 33 36.9
Mark Vlasic 1991-92 44 28 63.6 316 7.2 2 0 30 100.2
Steve Pelluer 1989-91 52 28 53.8 315 6.1 1 1 24 70.6
Matt Stevens 1987 57 32 56.1 315 5.5 1 1 23 70.4
Patrick Mahomes 2017-18 35 22 62.9 284 8.1 0 1 51 76.4
Todd Collins 1998-05 27 18 66.7 229 8.5 1 0 42 105.3
Warren Moon 1999-00 37 16 43.2 228 6.2 1 1 41 61.5
Dean Carlson 1972-74 15 7 46.7 116 7.7 0 1 34 45.4
Ed Podolak 1969-77 6 4 66.7 82 13.7 0 1 24 70.1
Tom Clements 1980 12 7 58.3 77 6.4 0 0 18 77.4
Quinn Gray 2008 8 7 87.5 76 9.5 1 0 26 145.8
Alex Espinoza 1987 14 9 64.3 69 4.9 0 2 16 36.6
Sandy Osiecki 1984 17 7 41.2 64 3.8 0 1 19 27.6
Mark Bradley 2008-09 2 2 100.0 63 31.5 1 0 37t 158.3
Danan Hughes 1993-98 2 2 100.0 55 27.5 0 0 30 118.8
Warren McVea 1969-71,73 4 1 25.0 50 12.5 1 0 50t 118.8
Carlos Carson 1980-89 1 1 100.0 48 48.0 1 0 48t 158.3
Mike Nott 1976 10 4 40.0 46 4.6 0 0 23 54.6
Walter White 1975-79 2 1 50.0 44 22.0 0 1 44 56.3
Tony Gonzalez 1997-08 1 1 100.0 40 40.0 0 0 40 118.8
KEY: Gms = Games Played, Att = Pass Attempts, Cmp = Pass Completions, Pct = Pass Completion Percentage, Yds = Passing Yards, YPA = Yards Per Pass Attempt, TD = Touchdown Passes, TD% = Touchdown Pass Percentage, Int = Intercepted Passes, Int% = Pass Interception Percentage, Lg = Longest Pass Completion, Sack = Passing Sacks, Loss = Sack Yards Lost, Rate = Passer Rating
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Funny thing is you look at the stats for that game, you would not know he was playing injured. 500+ yards, over 72% completions. We scored 28 points in the first half and only 10 points in the 2nd half, which goes to show what I said about how he played each half. He was the usual incredible Pat in the first half. Wanna say he was over 80% completions in the first half. Comes out second half and our worst fears were confirmed. No zip on the ball. Dead arm.

I will say this though. Pat did not play many games in 2015 and 2016 healthy. In 2015 he suffered a bad knee injury against TCU early in the season (Game 4) and was a different guy the rest of the year. In 2016 he suffered a bad throwing shoulder injury in Game 4 against Kansas (week before K-State game) and was a different guy the rest of the year.

This is my biggest concern for him. He has insane talent, but he plays the game very hard and takes a lot of big hits. He has to protect himself if he wants to succeed in the NFL. If you don't stay healthy then all that talent goes to waste.
My biggest fear. He wasnt exactly iron man in college.
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Mahomes will break every record that the Chiefs have. Look how far he went up the list after 1 game.
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My biggest fear. He wasnt exactly iron man in college.
Yeah, and this is why I'll never fault a QB for sliding or running out of bounds or just going full Manning on a blitzer unblocked.

The Qb is more valuable than an extra first down diving headfirst in the 2nd quarter or whatever.

Obviously situations vary, if it's the fourth quarter and we've gotta have a first down or whatever, do it.

But otherwise, do what Russel Wilson does and protect yourself.
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