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Old 11-17-2004, 08:13 AM  
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Vermeil: No changes in defense

From today's KC Star newspaper under the heading "Status Quo for Defense" Vermeil is quoted as saying there will be no changes in the starters for the defense because "the Chiefs don't have anyone better to replace the starters with."

That's it...I'm officially off the Vermeil bandwagon. If our reserves on D aren't even worth inserting into the lineup in place of this pile of festering dog crap then we suck even worse on defense than I thought. You can dump the whole damn bunch in the Missouri River and start over as far as I'm concerned. It can't get worse.

By the way DICK, what's wrong with at least giving your reserves some playing time to see if maybe, just maybe, they might perform better that the lifeless corpses you're starting now ?

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Old 11-18-2004, 10:40 AM   #76
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A couple of free agents would have helped as well, but Lamar Hunt said no.
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Old 11-18-2004, 01:01 PM   #77
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Thinking about it just a little who could come off the bench and start who hasn't already been playing? Who are our CBs who haven't played that could start and be an improvement? I believe I've seen all of our CBs on the field this year. The only position we could change starters is S and from what I've seen the last two to three weeks that might be a possiblity. Besides that though who are these new starters gonna be and where did they come from?

For starters I'd change both safety's. If he's not injured I'd sit Sims and start Siavii. J. Allen would be a starter. I might put Caver in at one LB spot. I think Battle is a bust as well but I might give him some more time to confirm or repudiate my thought. Those are the ones off the top of my head.

Drafting LJ was a huge mistake but drafting Sims who was a DV guy is at least as big and the LJ pick shouldn't be enough to completely derail the plans of the whizkids (there you go Steve or Brock).

What's thrown off the plan is the complete waste that is the rest of DV's drafts.
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Old 11-18-2004, 01:08 PM   #78
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Drafting LJ was a huge mistake but drafting Sims who was a DV guy is at least as big and the LJ pick shouldn't be enough to completely derail the plans of the whizkids (there you go Steve or Brock).
Sims was obviously a MUCH larger mistake than Johnson, even if in fact Johnson is a bust and never starts a single game. You can't afford to screw up a top 10 draft pick. And when you look at the list of players taken after Ryan Sims, it is indefensible. Screwing around in the bottom third of the first round is pretty much expected around here, since Peterson has done that as long as he has been here.
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Old 11-18-2004, 05:33 PM   #79
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How much improvement would our D have enjoyed this year if we had drafted a killer MLB or shutdown CB instead of LJ?
Yes, thats my point. Derrick Thomas was only one draft pick. I would say he was an impact player that made a difference. Same with Niel Smith.

This is what I was thinking they were gonna do:

1. Draft John Henderson - glad they didn't, he is too good and would have been too much of an upgrade. Aslo, giving up a third round to pass him up was brilliant. We wouldn't have wanted to use the third on a linebacker at the time.
2. Draft Terry Pierce - another good decision to let this human wrecking ball go to someone else. They didn't like his character - knew he wanted to get paid.
3. Take the best Corner they could last year

LJ has turned out to be a great pick. We get tons of game changing plays from him every weak. He can stand on the sidelines with folded arms better then anyone I have ever seen in the NFL. No brainer there. AND...as Blaylock has proven: any decent tailback with speed can pile up the yardage with this line so you need to draft a third tailback.
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Old 11-19-2004, 09:27 AM   #80
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Y'never know how draft pix will pan out, but that's a great point: Derrick Thomas was one such pick who dominated games and created several-game-changing situations with sacks and forced fumbles.
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