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Old 04-09-2017, 08:57 AM  
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Okay, so WHAT exactly is so goddamn great about the 2018 QB class?

I see a loooooot of question marks here. A bunch of guys who would be 3rd or 4th rounders in THIS draft class if they declared this year. A bunch of these dudes are so young they might not even declare for the draft. And finally, we got a bunch of spread QBs who.... [gasp!]... need time to acclimate to an NFL pro style offense and develop the footwork and timing of taking snaps under center.

I see Sam Darnold. That's great. There's your #1 overall. IF HE ****ING DECLARES, THAT IS. I see Josh Rosen, who looked good in 2015 but could wind up as another Christian Hackenburg who never puts it all together. And I see a bunch of dried cum with question marks, JUST LIKE THIS QB DRAFT CLASS.

Here's how Walter Football has them ranked:

1. Sam Darnold, USC
2. Josh Rosen, UCLA
3. Luke Falk, Washington State
4. Josh Allen, Wyoming
5. Jarrett Stidham, Auburn
6. Nick Fitzgerald, Mississippi State
7. Chase Litton, Marshall
8. Riley Ferguson, Memphis

COULD this be an awesome and deep draft class for QBs? Yes, absoutely. No question about it. But guess what. There's an equal chance that this QB class flames out and looks just as bad as the 2013 class, particularly if Sam Darnold doesn't declare.

People who bitch about the 2017 class don't ****ing get it. They think if there's no true top end QB, that means they all suck. What do the Chiefs ****ing care about the quality of the top guys in a given QB draft class? We're not going to be in a position to draft them!

Again, let me say this slowly, so the retards and assholes can hear me:

In ANY GIVEN DRAFT CLASS, the top QB prospects with the best resumes and attributes are irrelevant to the QB draft needs of the Chiefs. The Chiefs have zero shot at picking any of them. The worst teams with the biggest QB needs will draft all of these players before Dorsey can even begin to pick up the goddamn phone to call and move up.

Tell me what we gain from NOT drafting a QB in 2017 so we can draft Josh Allen, Jarrett Stidham, or Chase ****ing Litton in 2018, a FULL YEAR LONGER where Alex Smith is the only ****ing thing we have at QB.
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Old 01-12-2018, 10:07 PM   #301
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Patrick Mahomes is basically Kordell Stewert with a stronger arm... Mahomes has happy feet.. dude cant stand tall in the pocket and deliver a pass... every "wow play" he does is because he scrambles out of formation and the entire play breaks down... it becomes sandlot football... he'll roll out and just toss it up in hopes his WR will come down with it...

This article pretty much gives it to ya in yer face

http://insidethepylon.com/pylon-u/te...ck-mahomes-ii/
If you had said Cutler, it would have atleast made sense.

Kordell?
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Old 01-13-2018, 01:25 AM   #302
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Patrick Mahomes is basically Kordell Stewert with a stronger arm... Mahomes has happy feet.. dude cant stand tall in the pocket and deliver a pass... every "wow play" he does is because he scrambles out of formation and the entire play breaks down... it becomes sandlot football... he'll roll out and just toss it up in hopes his WR will come down with it...

This article pretty much gives it to ya in yer face

http://insidethepylon.com/pylon-u/te...ck-mahomes-ii/


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Old 01-13-2018, 09:19 AM   #305
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This is a deep QB class and probably the deepest FA QB group in years.

Solid QB's almost never hit the FA market. This year they will and there are at least 3 QB's teams might be willing to trade (Smith and Manning being top names.)

This might be the wildest year in trades the NFL has ever had...
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Old 01-13-2018, 09:26 AM   #306
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If you had said Cutler, it would have atleast made sense.

Kordell?
he's ****ing racist.
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At this point I just want a bumper sticker that says "I'm the world's biggest racist - don't talk to me."
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I don't think you have room to talk. You compared him to Manziel, a noodle arm QB who was bailed out repeatedly by monster 6'5" receiver Mike Evans. Pat's best receiver at Tech was a 5'6" midget.

The only thing Pat has in common with Manziel is the backyard football and quick 20 yard shuttle time (faster than Russell Wilson)...but guess who else played backyard football with arm talent similar to Mahomes: Big Ben and Brett Favre. He reminds me a lot more of those two guys than Manziel.

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I don't think you have room to talk. You compared him to Manziel, a noodle arm QB who was bailed out repeatedly by monster 6-5 receiver Mike Evans. Pat's best receiver at Tech was a 5-6 midget.

The only thing Pat has in common with Manziel is the backyard football and quick 20 yard shuttle time (faster than Russell Wilson)...but guess who else played backyard football with arm talent similar to Mahomes: Big Ben and Brett Favre. He reminds me a lot more of those two guys than Manziel.
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We are one brotherhood trusting our faith in the Mahomessiah. Some of us were true fans. Some of us were drafturbators. Some of us were Geno fans. Some of us liked the Alex Smith trade. Some of us hated Alex Smith. Some of us were just ordinary Chiefs fans who didn't trust anybody. And some of us are Texas Tech fans.

We all found Mahomes in our own way. And the only thing that matters now is that he is here in Kansas City, and we are all fans of Patrick Mahomes.

Except, of course, the few remaining miserable ****s. PAChiefsguy. Tiger. Baby Lee. Should they choose to join us, they will be received with tenderness and mercy. Should they continue to stray from Patrick and his flock before his coming and raping of the rest of the NFL, they will be shunned and banished to Cleveland, where Alex Smith, the great satan himself, will continue to torture them in playoff misery for the rest of his career.
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