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Old 11-27-2012, 07:08 AM  
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...itll be interesting to hear his view on the draft. One of those who think there isn't a QB worth #1 overall in this draft.

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Old 05-21-2014, 05:44 AM   #286
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Anyone who thinks it was Smith who 'shit away' the playoff game against the Colts is seriously brain damaged.

He scored more points than any Chiefs QB ever has in the playoffs.

Injuries and a lack of depth on D shit that game away, end of story.
You're spot on with your "brain damage" take. I prefer to call them IDIOTS. They blame Alex for the terms of the trade the same way they blamed Dex for where he was drafted...
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Old 05-21-2014, 08:55 AM   #287
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Anyone who thinks it was Smith who 'shit away' the playoff game against the Colts is seriously brain damaged.

He scored more points than any Chiefs QB ever has in the playoffs.

Injuries and a lack of depth on D shit that game away, end of story.
I don't blame Smith the way I blame Cassel for the playoff losses, but let's not act like Smith played perfectly. He was partly at fault for that loss. Again, if he could manage a sustained drive of longer than 3 lousy minutes in the 3rd and 4th quarters, the Colts run out of time and we win the game. One or two first downs would have done it.

If you want to point to a Chiefs QB who's 100% not at fault for his playoff loss, then you want Trent Green in 2003. Alex Smith could have done a few things to seal the victory that he failed at.

Yes, injuries and defense. That's 80% of the reason why we lost, but it's pretty ****ing digusting how our offense just completely shut the **** down in the 2nd half. We did EVERYTHING the Colts needed us to do (bad time management and all) in order to give them a shot at getting back into the game. And that's through all those 3-and-outs. It's an offensive failure coupled with RB injuries and a Knile Davis fumble, but SOMEBODY is at the helm of that offensive shutdown. Guess who that is?

Do you also not blame Alex Smith at all for the Giants loss when he was in San Francisco? There were a SHIT TON of things he could have done differently to win that game. Like convert a 3rd down. That would have helped. Same story here. I'm not even ****ing asking for more points. I'm asking for a single goddamn first down at ANY point in about a 25-minute period of regulation.

Can't muster that up? Then sorry, but you're partly to blame for the loss.
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Old 05-21-2014, 08:57 AM   #288
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Did not put team on back.

Did not put points on board when needed.

The end.
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Old 05-21-2014, 09:07 AM   #289
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That said, at this point Alexbitchers aren't even worth talking too anymore, They might as well not exist.
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Old 05-21-2014, 09:25 AM   #291
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Did not put team on back.

Did not put points on board when needed.

The end.
He absolutly put the team on his back in the playoffs.
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He absolutly put the team on his back in the playoffs.
He is what I thought he was.

That said, I'll chalk up "guys dropping like flies" for the loss and move on.
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Old 05-21-2014, 09:32 AM   #293
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Look, I'm not saying Alex didn't have a great game in the playoffs. I'm saying he's not some pure innocent virgin that didn't have a hand at all in a 28-point collapse in less than two ****ing quarters of football. When you lose a lead like that, it's not just the defense, though they deserve the majority of the blame. The offense doesn't have to do very ****ing much in order for the opposing team to run out of time in their comeback. All they need are one or two first downs. Basically, in four possessions, try to retain possession for longer than 10 minutes of regulation. That's not rocket ****ing science, nor is it expecting much out of your offense.

The QB needs to be able to muster up those choice couple of first downs. End of story.

Christ. For once could this ****ing forum try to understand an argument with a morsel of nuance?
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When you factor in those injuries to the fact we had Dunta Robinson and Kendrick Lewis out there, it's hard to overcome that situation...and Alex almost did if Bowe would have made an effort to keep his feet in bounds (which he admittedly didn't for fear of injury)
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The killer was the missed pass to Gray. That was a TD. However, I really can't blame Alex for that. He probably never threw a single pass to Gray all season, in games or practice.
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The killer was the missed pass to Gray. That was a TD. However, I really can't blame Alex for that. He probably never threw a single pass to Gray all season, in games or practice.
Absolutely.

And I'm not expecting TDs or even extra field goals. Just first downs.

Two first downs.
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