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Peters Suspended

One game. Per Andy.

Summary from Andy (paraphrase) : Best for organization. Talked to Peters. Difficult to do as I like Peters.

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Old 12-07-2017, 09:33 AM   #436
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What I'm saying is that was a horrible look to me...we keep hearing about Peters "quitting on the team" well right there was Kelce doing the same, throwing a temper tantrum because he didn't get the ball and quitting on the play.

Whether he was right or wrong (and he was right to be pissed IMO) you still can't do that...and that was egregious to me.
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Old 12-07-2017, 09:36 AM   #437
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What I'm saying is that was a horrible look to me...we keep hearing about Peters "quitting on the team" well right there was Kelce doing the same, throwing a temper tantrum because he didn't get the ball and quitting on the play.

Whether he was right or wrong (and he was right to be pissed IMO) you still can't do that...and that was egregious to me.
Dude, if we're going to include bad effort as 'quitting' then you're only going into a deeper hole.

Besides the multiple times Peters has quit and left the field during games (about 4 or 5 total over his career) he gives up on plays all the time. Even when they're running plays to his side.

You're only making the comparison less favorable for Peters.
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Old 12-07-2017, 09:38 AM   #438
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Old 12-07-2017, 09:40 AM   #439
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Such a cool guy...what a hardass you are...
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Old 12-07-2017, 09:42 AM   #440
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Dude, if we're going to include bad effort as 'quitting' then you're only going into a deeper hole.

Besides the multiple times Peters has quit and left the field during games (about 4 or 5 total over his career) he gives up on plays all the time. Even when they're running plays to his side.

You're only making the comparison less favorable for Peters.
You know he already has more tackles this year than he did last year, more forced fumbles...and half the INTs.

I mean I get what you're saying but this notion that Peters is so God awful and just having a terrible year is fallacy.
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Old 12-07-2017, 10:07 AM   #441
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Bottomline is white people love when a brotha that makes a little $$$$ gets punished. Kelce is KC’s version of Gronk so he walks on water in the eyes of these fans. I would wager that 90% of the members of this board would drop to their knees if Kelce walked through their front door. But MP??? He’s from Oakland home of Tupac and the BlackPanther party so screw him. You want to know why MP’s stats have dropped???? Teams don’t even throw to his side it’s the Dion effect. Who would you pick on MP or Steven Nelson??? Trade MP??? Teams would line up. It is easier to replace an All-pro TE than CB on Chief
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Old 12-07-2017, 10:14 AM   #443
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There has been a really big lack of discipline. leadership and accountability this year.

It shouldn't have gotten to the point where the team has to suspend its own player for an entire game.

Reid should have been all over Peters' shit from the start.
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Old 12-07-2017, 10:15 AM   #444
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Sorry dude. At least on this subject my post is 100% accurate. Its a terrible comparison simply made to try to lessen the criticism on a guy who does not deserve the break.

Peters issues go back to college. He was kicked of his college team, do you think that incident and his current behavior are just coincidences or is it maybe he is a huge dumbass who does not have the ability to correct his behavior or control his emotions?

In my opinion the anthem kneeling (I know you didn't bring this up) has nothing to do with his other behaviors except that he refuses to discuss why he is doing it (he is bringing light to a topic he refuses to discuss?) which falls right in line with his other immature behaviors.

He is a dumbass.
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Old 12-07-2017, 10:18 AM   #445
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There has been a really big lack of discipline. leadership and accountability this year.

It shouldn't have gotten to the point where the team has to suspend its own player for an entire game.

Reid should have been all over Peters' shit from the start.
I agree 100% and that's why the entire suspension now just comes off as disingenuous to me...kinda been my whole point all along.
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Old 12-07-2017, 10:23 AM   #446
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Bottomline is white people love when a brotha that makes a little $$$$ gets punished. Kelce is KC’s version of Gronk so he walks on water in the eyes of these fans. I would wager that 90% of the members of this board would drop to their knees if Kelce walked through their front door. But MP??? He’s from Oakland home of Tupac and the BlackPanther party so screw him. You want to know why MP’s stats have dropped???? Teams don’t even throw to his side it’s the Dion effect. Who would you pick on MP or Steven Nelson??? Trade MP??? Teams would line up. It is easier to replace an All-pro TE than CB on Chief
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Old 12-07-2017, 10:24 AM   #447
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As Chiefs coach Andy Reid on Wednesday announced a one-game suspension of volatile dilemma Marcus Peters, a decision that was absolutely appropriate and signals deeper implications for Peters, he declined to specify just what the punishment was for.
But it’s testimony to the necessity of the suspension — and growing uncertainty about Peters’ fit and future here — that it’s unclear exactly what aspect of Peters’ latest shenanigans during a game finally crossed the line in the 38-31 loss on Sunday to the New York Jets.
Was it the mere act of heaving a penalty flag into the stands?


Might it have been for abandoning the team by leaving the field … even if it was on the misguided belief he had been ejected and with an escort from Chiefs’ security?

Perhaps it was the strangely playful way he walked off the field, smiling and slapping five with a Jets player?
Or maybe it was the way he came back out when informed he had not been disqualified — in cleats with no socks and likely not ready to play if the Chiefs perchance had tied it late.
Most likely, it was the blurred components of the moment, which had little to do with the Chiefs’ sixth loss in seven games yet spoke to an intensifying sense of disarray and decline of discipline on defense.
That’s why Reid had to do this, breaking from buttoned-down form to bring up the consequences in order to send a message — and perhaps to try to hit a reset button for his listing team.
And that in turn is why this has short- and long-term ramifications for the team and Peters, who essentially had been emboldened to misbehave because of no apparent disciplinary action before — which surely was part of this decision.
Even if Reid denied that, it’s hard to imagine he’d have suspended Peters if not for the mounting maddening behavior that has included altercations with officials, opposing players, fans and defensive coordinator Bob Sutton — to say nothing of his previous less-confrontational yet still ill-considered maneuvers such as punting the ball into the stands.
(No, the suspension has zero to do with Peters’ protesting during the national anthem, which since a talk with Chiefs’ owner Clark Hunt has been expressed through not being on the field when it was played).
The move has more teeth in it because it’s boiled up to critical mass just as the Chiefs prepare for the most pivotal game of their season to date:
Win against Oakland (6-6) on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium, an opportunity greatly diminished by Peters’ suspension, and the Chiefs (6-6) retain an inside track to the AFC West title along with the Los Angeles Chargers (6-6).
Lose, and they’ll no longer have control of their playoff prospects.
Because it’s a game with such meaning and against Oakland, where Peters grew up, the discipline will sting.
Trouble is, that’s no assurance of how he’ll respond in the final three games of the season — starting when he presumably rejoins the team on Tuesday from wherever he’ll be spending his week in exile.
He needs to be able to understand Reid’s actions as being for his own good, for instance, but he may or may not be capable of that.
Since he’s typically laughed off these oddities, it seems entirely possible the cryptic “Lol” he tweeted on Tuesday was in response to being told he’d be gone a week — though certainly it could have been a reference to something else.
Whether or not that was what he was alluding to, the following three games will be telling for Peters’ future in Kansas City — where he has one year left on his contract with a fifth-year option available.
The complicated task of coaching Peters long has been to harness his abilities while not neutering his spirit.
And if the Chiefs don’t feel this adequately gets his attention, it will be time for them to start considering whether he’s more trouble than he’s worth as a premier coverage cornerback who at times is contact-averse and prone to tantrums.
If he’s unable to appreciate being disciplined, if he feels Reid’s punishment was unjust, it might also reasonably be wondered how much he might want to remain a Chief.
Peters, who rarely is available to the media, was not available to comment on this.
For that matter, he hasn’t yet commented on how he felt about what Hunt called a “great conversation” the week before the Dallas game.
Ever since that talk, which Hunt indicated included reminding players “we prefer for them to stand” during the anthem, Peters has gone from sitting on the sideline during the anthem to staying out of view.
While that demonstrates a willingness to cooperate with suggestion, it’s also possible Peters resents that.
Beyond his reaction to this call to shape up, of course, there are other complicated layers to this.
That includes the way a number of fans have turned on him for his expression of patriotism: protesting racial injustice by taking advantage of free-speech rights that distinguish our country and that our military has fought for.
Those who see that as disrespectful will see this through the same prism and thus see their sentiments validated, likely making for further anti-Peters sentiment.
But here’s the thing: The Chiefs are a better team with Peters than they would be without him, as we’ll likely be reminded of on Sunday.
And while how fans view him isn’t insignificant, the most meaningful place to gauge his fit is in the locker room — where he has many friends and supporters who admire his passion and want to see the best for him. …
And the best for the team.
Which could be one and the same.
But now that’s entirely up to Peters, who has finally been served notice he’s not above the team.
He should embrace this as a turning point, lest it make his future under a player’s coach in Kansas City untenable and his future elsewhere a question mark, too.
Vahe Gregorian is a sports columnist at The Star: 816-234-4868, @vgregorian

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Peters issues go back to college. He was kicked of his college team, do you think that incident and his current behavior are just coincidences or is it maybe he is a huge dumbass who does not have the ability to correct his behavior or control his emotions?
So was Kelce, which is why he slipped to the 3rd round.

But let's just go ahead and excuse his epic dumbassery over the years because, you know, he's not black.
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Sorry dude. At least on this subject my post is 100% accurate. Its a terrible comparison simply made to try to lessen the criticism on a guy who does not deserve the break.

Peters issues go back to college. He was kicked of his college team, do you think that incident and his current behavior are just coincidences or is it maybe he is a huge dumbass who does not have the ability to correct his behavior or control his emotions?

In my opinion the anthem kneeling (I know you didn't bring this up) has nothing to do with his other behaviors except that he refuses to discuss why he is doing it (he is bringing light to a topic he refuses to discuss?) which falls right in line with his other immature behaviors.

He is a dumbass.
Kelce had big problems in college. From the GQ article:

"That never happened. Kelce was coming off a standout senior season at Cincinnati, but he’d also missed his entire sophomore season for failing a drug test. His character was a red flag, as Newsome demonstrated in a lowlight reel played for Kelce.

“The tape showcases Kelce’s affinity for being a bit extra — pointing in opposing players’ faces, talking trash, roughing them up after the whistle has been blown,” GQ’s Clay Skipper writes. “Again and again, the film shows the college star’s penchant for offsetting downfield catches with yellow flags. According to Kelce, Newsome let about five clips play before throwing the remote on the table, turning to face him, and asking ‘Son, are you a f------ a------?’ ”"
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So was Kelce, which is why he slipped to the 3rd round.

But let's just go ahead and excuse his epic dumbassery over the years because, you know, he's not black.
Kelce was suspended in college for smoking pot, something you advocate.

And frankly Kelce is basically a black guy in white skin.

And he hasn't been apically stupid over the years though he has had some issues.

You simply like nothing more than a Midwest fan pile on. I know you think we are all redneck racist so it clouds your opinion on all these topics.
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