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Old 03-17-2017, 11:11 AM  
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Are We Looking at the Chiefs QB Situation Incorrectly

First of all, let me say that I hate being the guy bringing this up, BUT I fear that we're all looking at our QBOTF issue incorrectly. Sadly, the question isn't about which QB we should draft, but rather (and I hate me for suggesting this), what veteran QB will be available in the next 2-3 years to replace Alex?

I'm basing this solely on our stinking franchise DNA. If true to form, the odds of DRAFTING a QB that has a decent chance to evolve into being The Guy are virtually zero. So, we're left to figure out what veteran guy will be available as a replacement for Smith.

Yeah, I know this sucks, but the facts of the matter are that the Chiefs simply do not expend high draft picks on QBs......at least not for the past 34 stinking years.

Ergo, the question isn't about drafting Mahomes, Watson, Webb, Trubisky, etc., the question is whether we go after a vet QB like Cousins, Kaepernick, etc. (I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.)

Man, when you look at it from this angle, the prospects of finding a vet QB who could take us to the Promised Land appear staggeringly horrible.

One only hopes that somehow, someway, we are able to shed our heritage and try a "new" approach in addressing our QB position...can you say "Expend a high draft choice for an untried, unproven but oh so exciting QB prospect."

Hope springs eternal......
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Old 03-17-2017, 06:54 PM   #61
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Never said anything about perfect

I said we should have traded Foles at the beginning of this year to give us more draft ammo. We could make trades this year for draft picks next year to give us extra ammo. Trade a quality player to a shitty team for their 1st round draft pick with the hopes that it is a really high pick.

The organization needs to decide that it wants a stud QB and then aggressively create a plan to get a QB.

Next year is supposed to be a quality QB year, so go get a high pick early. Don't wait until a week before the draft a suddenly cry about how you can't get one. Don't wait until the price of that 1st round pick is so ****ing high you can't afford it without gutting
Planning ahead? It's called ****ing yourself in the ass if certain players don't declare or get injured.

Face it, your doing the same song and dance that mosteoporosis fans do about a favorite QB prospect that's still in college
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Old 03-17-2017, 06:56 PM   #62
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Old 03-17-2017, 06:58 PM   #63
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Old 03-17-2017, 07:16 PM   #64
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Old 03-17-2017, 08:46 PM   #65
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Old 03-17-2017, 09:05 PM   #66
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Old 03-17-2017, 09:31 PM   #67
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Planning ahead? It's called ****ing yourself in the ass if certain players don't declare or get injured.

Face it, your doing the same song and dance that mosteoporosis fans do about a favorite QB prospect that's still in college
you're the one too afraid to take a risk "if a player doesn't declare or get injured"

either you want an elite QB or you don't

Good draft teams absolutely scout and prepare more than one draft ahead

If the next draft is weak at one pos but the following is strong, you prepare by signing a stop gap FA so that you can wait and draft in the strong draft.

trading right before the draft is expensive as hell, taking a risk the year before can pay off big
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Old 03-17-2017, 09:32 PM   #68
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Mahomes, year one, would match or exceed Smith's 2016 production.

(not fiction!)
If he doesn't will you kill yourself?



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Old 03-17-2017, 09:49 PM   #69
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Old 03-17-2017, 09:58 PM   #70
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Lol, the constant mantra of the people who want the Chiefs to draft a QB no matter what.

draft Geno
draft Mark Sanchez
draft Jonny foosball

Doesn't matter whether the QB sucks or not, I just want to draft one!!


This year is considered a weak QB class, Watson and Trubisky being the only 1st round guys, weak ones at that.

Next year is supposed to have a chance at being special.

Ironically, having a really weak QB class this year might end up giving the Chiefs a better chance at grabbing one early. Whether that guy is worth getting is another matter.
"This year is weak"

WTF about the last 30?!?! It's bullshit like this that pisses everyone off. How many good QB's in he league were considered anything more than "developmental QB's?" That weren't hyped up? How many were looked as developmental "maybe" players?

There's a shit load of these guys that are good QB's and we've passed on them over and over again. Carr, Wilson, Dak. 3 in the last 5 years.

This "developmental QB sucks blah blah next year" bullshit needs to end.
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You want to include the name of the 90% of quarterbacks that ended up being busts in that time frame?
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Old 03-17-2017, 10:22 PM   #72
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you're the one too afraid to take a risk "if a player doesn't declare or get injured"

either you want an elite QB or you don't

Good draft teams absolutely scout and prepare more than one draft ahead

If the next draft is weak at one pos but the following is strong, you prepare by signing a stop gap FA so that you can wait and draft in the strong draft.

trading right before the draft is expensive as hell, taking a risk the year before can pay off big
Is that what the Chiefs did is tank so they could draft Fisher #1 and the Colts tank a season to get Andrew ****ing Luck?


We really did tank the wrong year in order to grab a QBotf and Colts did it right even if their GM was and idiot **** Andrew Luck career. We could have had something special for a long time with Andrew Luck.
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Old 03-17-2017, 10:24 PM   #73
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you're the one too afraid to take a risk "if a player doesn't declare or get injured"

either you want an elite QB or you don't

Good draft teams absolutely scout and prepare more than one draft ahead

If the next draft is weak at one pos but the following is strong, you prepare by signing a stop gap FA so that you can wait and draft in the strong draft.

trading right before the draft is expensive as hell, taking a risk the year before can pay off big
Scared? It's logical, you don't go all in for a QB crop that is unkown comatiy.
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Old 03-17-2017, 11:01 PM   #74
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I'm genuinely curious if people actually read every single one of these posts in the 8 billion Alex Smith threads.

Every conversation goes like this.

Group A :Alex Smith sucks! I hope he blows his ACL!

Group B : No way! Alex Smith will lead us to the Superbowl next season!

bevischief: then the midgets...

Rinse and repeat for all eternity.
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Old 03-18-2017, 01:30 AM   #75
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Lol, the constant mantra of the people who want the Chiefs to draft a QB no matter what.

draft Geno
draft Mark Sanchez
draft Jonny foosball

Doesn't matter whether the QB sucks or not, I just want to draft one!!


This year is considered a weak QB class, Watson and Trubisky being the only 1st round guys, weak ones at that.

Next year is supposed to have a chance at being special.

Ironically, having a really weak QB class this year might end up giving the Chiefs a better chance at grabbing one early. Whether that guy is worth getting is another matter.
You're an idiot. Kill yourself.
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