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View Poll Results: What were your FIVE most pleasing positive surprises this year?
LJ proves that he’s real and can carry a big, big load. 8 30.77%
Michael Bennett can be an awesome change of pace back when healthy. 7 26.92%
Kris Wilson emerges as a starter who can block and catch 8 30.77%
Damon Huard – super backup 17 65.38%
Trent Green’s amazing recovery from a severe coma. 2 7.69%
Eddie Kennison is a legitimate #1 receiver 3 11.54%
Samie Parker’s emergence as a trash talker 0 0%
Tony Gonzalez reaffirms that he’s the best ever. 8 30.77%
Jordan Black plugs the gap at left tackle. 5 19.23%
The interior OL provides another 48 starts 1 3.85%
Welbourn comes back just in time and didn’t shrink too much. 0 0%
Tynes proves he can kick in this league. 1 3.85%
Colquitt goes from worst to almost-first. 5 19.23%
Page proves that an armless man can play safety pretty well at times 6 23.08%
Bernard Pollard – the new Albert Lewis 12 46.15%
Sammy Knight can still bring lumber 0 0%
Ty Law plugged the hole at CB 1 3.85%
Derrick Johnson emerged as a playmaker. 4 15.38%
Kendrell Bell started contributing at the end of the year. 3 11.54%
Allen proved that he’s no fluke at DE 4 15.38%
Hali took the team by storm as a rookie 11 42.31%
Reed's performance at DT 2 7.69%
Edwards' performance at DT 1 3.85%
Sims ate 48 doughnuts in one sitting 3 11.54%
Herm showed that he can improve the defense drastically 2 7.69%
Solari showed that he can run an offense 0 0%
Gunther's blitzes weren't quite as obvious by the end of the year. 0 0%
The team showed that it can win without Hicks and Bartee in the starting lineup. 1 3.85%
Chiefs make the playoffs. 16 61.54%
Nothing surprises me. I'm omniscient. 0 0%
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Old 12-31-2006, 09:32 PM  
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Best positive surprises on the Chiefs in the regular season.

What were the five biggest positive surprises on the team this year?

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Old 12-31-2006, 09:34 PM   #2
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Other than falling into the playoffs at the last second during the most improbable scenario ever to face any team in the history of the current NFL playoff system??

Can't think of any.
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Old 12-31-2006, 09:34 PM   #3
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Hali, Pollard, Page, Huard, Kris Wilson.

Probably not in that order.
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Old 12-31-2006, 09:39 PM   #4
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I thought that losing to the Browns was the season changer but it ended up beating the Chargers is what got us in. Thank you TYnes
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Old 12-31-2006, 09:43 PM   #5
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Some of the biggest stories for me were:

1. Hali became an immediate contributor and pace-setter on defense.

2. The emergence of Derrick Johnson as the player we expected and hoped for.

3. Huard - who woulda thunk?

4. Bernard Pollard's special teams play.

5. While he's still not consistent (witness John Henderson burying Trent today), Jordan Black is more or less filling the breech at left tackle.

Kris Wilson and Dustin Colquitt get an honorable mention. Also, Tony G's runs after the catch deserve mention here. I've long thought of him as a guy who can make catches, but then gets tackled immediately. He made some great runs after the catch this year, which were an impressive and eyebrow-raising surprise.
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Old 12-31-2006, 09:53 PM   #6
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Some of the biggest stories for me were:

1. Hali became an immediate contributor and pace-setter on defense.

2. The emergence of Derrick Johnson as the player we expected and hoped for.

3. Huard - who woulda thunk?

4. Bernard Pollard's special teams play.

5. While he's still not consistent (witness John Henderson burying Trent today), Jordan Black is more or less filling the breech at left tackle.

Kris Wilson and Dustin Colquitt get an honorable mention.
I like your list with the exception of Derrick Johnson. Maybe it's just me, or maybe he's riding a wave of hype, but he's been extremely underwhelming at times this year. He missed another couple of arm tackles today. Hopefully, it's lingering effects of his injury or something...
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Really? I was very impressed with DJ's play this year. In my opinion, he showed a speed and range that he didn't have last year at all.
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Everyone should be voting for Reed and Edwards at DT. Those two and Huard and the playoffs are no brainers, IMO.
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