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Old 05-16-2018, 11:17 AM  
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Mike Clay from ESPN projected our season

Hereís the tweet with the data:

https://mobile.twitter.com/MikeClayN...42589749530625

Iím seeing that heís got us going 8-8. Hereís his projected stats:

Mahomes-4,041 yards, 21 TDís, 15 INTís, 3 rushing TDís
Hunt-1,005 rush yards, 8 rush TDís, 439 rush yards 2 receiving
Kelce-982 yards, 5 TDís
Hill-1,055 yards, 5 TDís
Watkins-973 yards, 5 TDís

Jones-4 sacks
Houston-11 sacks
Ford-8 sacks
Speaks-1 sack
KPass-0 sacks
Fuller-3 INTís
Berry- 2 INTís
Amerson-2 INTís
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Old 05-18-2018, 10:54 AM   #91
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I'm cool with that. Teams are going to be unprepared.
I have a feeling that fans from other teams and the sports media in general are the only ones who will be surprised. I am quite confident that the coaches for the rest of the league have at least some idea what we have at QB and if not, will figure it out really quickly!
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Old 05-18-2018, 11:10 AM   #92
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Thanks and sorry man, I admittedly am so on edge about Mahome's potential and I absolutely agree that I think he could legitimately dominate the league for a decade plus, it was probably the trauma of battered Chiefs syndrome getting the best of me and for whatever reason your post had such an air of certainty (to me I guess) that it made me flip out.

I wish people would refrain from Brady comparisons for at least a decade (I don't even like the prick, but his career is undeniable). People in general do not respect the GOATs and don't seem to comprehend what the greatest of all time truly means, Jordan comparisons piss me off more than anything (again a prick IMO, but undeniable greatness). Anyway, offseason blows and I'm not directing the GOAT stuff at you in particular, just ranting a bit. Cheers
The comparisons I have made have been to Dan Marino. Lots of them (mostly for fun) in the Charger thread.

As far as being certain he is going to be great- everything Mahomes has done impresses me, from his work ethic to natural talent. I guess we will see how it plays out.

Brady is given the GOAT title now because of his SB performances and it is hard to argue with that logic. But- he has had the luxury of playing on stacked teams in a historic weak division. IMO Farve, Brees and Marino are better.
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Old 05-18-2018, 11:13 AM   #93
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I'm cool with that. Teams are going to be unprepared.




Kind of the like the Pats last year. We rained destruction all over their parade.
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Old 05-18-2018, 01:51 PM   #94
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The media just doesn't get it.

When we drafted Mahomes they said KC reached for an unready and raw prospect. He balls out in preseason and at Denver then in some of the 2017 mock redrafts they have Mahomes going in the top 6.

Now, they doubt our offense because they think Mahomes isn't ready.

They will find out soon.
The media is acknowledging that PM has one game under his belt, a game where he didn't even play the entire game. There's no reason to think that KC will win the AFCW, when both the chargers and the raiders have good, veteran QBs, and good defenses.
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I have a feeling that fans from other teams and the sports media in general are the only ones who will be surprised. I am quite confident that the coaches for the rest of the league have at least some idea what we have at QB and if not, will figure it out really quickly!
Elway doesn't, but then again Elway drafted Paxton Lynch and Brock Osweiler high. When it comes to quarterbacking, one should always assume that the truth is the opposite of Elway's opinion.
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