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Old 02-03-2012, 10:32 PM  
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Chiefs hire Daboll

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Old 02-05-2012, 11:39 AM   #766
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we are being hung by a new rope. The new Rope is Daboll....the old one was Muir.
If DaBoll is another signal that Pioli is married to Cassel, does that make the Chiefs offense "DaBoll and Chain offense"?
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Old 02-05-2012, 11:44 AM   #767
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How does Daboll have say on who he would like on defensive side of the ball?
The question is what Bill Parcells has to say about Solilai. I'm sure Pioli will be asking him a lot of questions.
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Old 02-05-2012, 12:38 PM   #768
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I'm gonna wait and see how he does before I pass judgement
This is a wise move.
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Old 02-05-2012, 12:41 PM   #769
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Really? Think about how many Chiefs fans have positive things to say about Cassel.
Where are these fans? Certainly not on CP.
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Old 02-05-2012, 12:43 PM   #770
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**** this shit, wtf is wrong with management
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:15 PM   #771
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I'm no great football expert but he didn't have much to work with in Cleveland and Miami. Honestly a trained monkey would have a top ten offense with Tom Brady or Peyton Manning.
And what makes you think he has that much more to work with in KC?

And throw out the idea that Fat Scott will do anything this offseason to significantly upgrade the offense.
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:21 PM   #772
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**** this shit, wtf is wrong with management
Clark views the Chiefs as an investment from his mansion in Dallas. He has the same passion for the Chiefs as one would have for a stock portfolio.

Fat Scott views his job with the Chiefs as nothing more than a meal ticket (and that is quite a meal ticket given how much he eats). He's on record saying that he doesn't like to do anything too risky in the draft because he wants to be in KC long term to raise his family.

Fat Scott's main priority is to play it safe and hold onto his paychecks for as long as possible in KC.

The goal of doing everything possible to a win a Super Bowl is so far removed from these clowns it is laughable.
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:25 PM   #773
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Clark views the Chiefs as an investment from his mansion in Dallas. He has the same passion for the Chiefs as one would have for a stock portfolio.

Fat Scott views his job with the Chiefs as nothing more than a meal ticket (and that is quite a meal ticket given how much he eats). He's on record saying that he doesn't like to do anything too risky in the draft because he wants to be in KC long term to raise his family.

Fat Scott's main priority is to play it safe and hold onto his paychecks for as long as possible in KC.

The goal of doing everything possible to a win a Super Bowl is so far removed from these clowns it is laughable.
Are Pioli's kids fat? I'll bet they are. Figures, fat Pioli and his fat family.
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:34 PM   #774
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And what makes you think he has that much more to work with in KC?

And throw out the idea that Fat Scott will do anything this offseason to significantly upgrade the offense.
I don't see how you can post so much stupid shit and think it's right without being insane.

Just last offseason:
Breaston
McClain
Baldwin
Hudson
Gaither

The offseason before that
Asamoah
McCluster
Moeaki

Yeah, I'm sure Pioli won't continue to add pieces to the offense.
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:35 PM   #775
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And what makes you think he has that much more to work with in KC?

And throw out the idea that Fat Scott will do anything this offseason to significantly upgrade the offense.
Bowe
Breaston
Charles
Berry
Lewis
Baldwin
Johnson
Hali
Carr
Flowers
Arenas
McClain
Houston
Succop
Colquitt
Belcher
McCluster.....

Hmmm and some new rookies coming in... I say that is alot more talent then Miami and Cleveland had...
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:35 PM   #776
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I don't see how you can post so much stupid shit and think it's right without being insane.

Just last offseason:
Breaston
McClain
Baldwin
Hudson
Gaither

The offseason before that
Asamoah
McCluster
Moeaki

Yeah, I'm sure Pioli won't continue to add pieces to the offense.
He can continue to add all the pieces he wants on offense but they will ultimately fail if he doesn't acquire a QB.
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:39 PM   #777
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I don't see how you can post so much stupid shit and think it's right without being insane.

Just last offseason:
Breaston
McClain
Baldwin
Hudson
Gaither

The offseason before that
Asamoah
McCluster
Moeaki

Yeah, I'm sure Pioli won't continue to add pieces to the offense.
Breaston was the best addition. Baldwin is completely unproven. What was his total number of receptions? 17? You'd think he had Bowe's rookie year the way he's referred to around here. Hudson showed flashes, but not nearly enough for a second-round pick. Gaither? Complete waste. McClain, in a lot of ways, demonstrated why he was available in the first place.

Asamoah is a stud.

McCluster and Moeaki are more evidence for Pioli's stupidity than they are of his football acumen.
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:56 PM   #778
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Breaston was the best addition. Baldwin is completely unproven. What was his total number of receptions? 17? You'd think he had Bowe's rookie year the way he's referred to around here. Hudson showed flashes, but not nearly enough for a second-round pick. Gaither? Complete waste. McClain, in a lot of ways, demonstrated why he was available in the first place.

Asamoah is a stud.

McCluster and Moeaki are more evidence for Pioli's stupidity than they are of his football acumen.
His claim was "forget about Pioli doing anything to upgrade the offense"

It was a dumbshit claim by a dumbshit poster.

As to the DMC and Moeaki picks...

Could we have done better at those picks?

Sure

Does that mean that after 2 years they were bad picks?

Haha no

Let's try to keep the expectations realistic for our draft picks.

I know you and lots of others hate the Dexter pick and many of the reasons given for such are reasonable...but after seeing a small sample of what he did with a guy like Orton at QB and having 850 yards of offense last year with crap at qb the other 13 games should show you what his actual potential really is.
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:57 PM   #779
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DMC was a colossally bad pick, let's not kid ourselves.

Dude can't even return kicks or play WR anymore.

If Moeaki keeps breaking things, he's also a colossally bad pick.
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Old 02-05-2012, 02:01 PM   #780
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DMC was a colossally bad pick, let's not kid ourselves.

Dude can't even return kicks or play WR anymore.

If Moeaki keeps breaking things, he's also a colossally bad pick.
Moeaki's done exactly what he did in college - miss half of his team's games.

Injuries aside, it's a ****ing travashamockery that we traded up to take him with guys like Graham and Hernandez on the board.

Queue the Iowa fan whining.
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