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Old 12-27-2012, 11:03 AM  
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Today 12/27 Mel Kiper says.......

Mel says Mike Glennon will be the first QB taken in the 2013 draft and he could be picked in the top 10. He says alot of things could and will change as the draft approaches but as of right now he thinks the Chiefs should trade out of the top spot if they can and if they can't they should take Luke Joeckel with the first pick. He also say the Jaguars should trade down also but if they can't they should take a DE with their first pick.
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:47 PM   #226
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And if he does struggle? So what? How is that any worse than the potential for struggle of any other draft pick at any other position in the NFL? It's an absolutely nonsensical idea that it's a greater risk taking a quarterback. And you want to say Geno Smith isn't Luck? That's fine. You know what? There isn't a Calvin Johnson or Orlando Pace or Ndamukong Suh in this draft either. Because if you want to set the bar with a generational talent at QB, then we gotta set the bar the same for anybody else. And in that light, every pick we could feasibly make this year is going to be a risk. There are no "sure things" in this draft. So there's absolutely no justification for not taking a quarterback. Other than sheer cowardice, or the kind of narrow-minded draft philosophy that's kept this franchise from drafting one for 30 years.

And, to me, it's a bigger risk, and a bigger mistake, to not take one. The idea should be to take the best player who has the potential to make the greatest impact. And to me, that's an absolute no-brainer. No position in all of sports is more important than the quarterback, and no player at that position has impressed me more than Geno Smith (who I've had an eye on for 3 years...). And we may (if we don't **** it up...) have an opportunity we've never had before, and may never have again, with the #1 pick. That's the stars aligning, and to even allow the thought of drafting anything other than a quarterback with that pick just boggles the mind. Have people not seen enough Grbacs and Huards and Cassels and Quinns and Thigpens and Palkos and jesus ****ing christ why is this even a question?
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:49 PM   #227
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:50 PM   #228
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Trade for Smith. We've never gone the castoff 49er QB route before.
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:51 PM   #229
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As much shit as I get from people like Chiefnj2 about Geno possessing the pocket presence/awareness of Andrew Luck, I'm not wholly wrong about that. With something like that, there's just a difference of opinion.

However much somebody might be overoptimistic about Geno compared to RGIII or Luck, there's just as much underselling of Geno Smith's abilities by people like Chiefnj2, all because they're obsessed with this oversimplified vision of what a real QB should be (the Luck/RGIII archetype).

If there are cringe-worthy statements being made now in the face of Geno's possible struggles at the pro level, there should be just as many cringe-worthy statements that are overly cautious of Geno Smith's real success that he could have in the pros.

And when Geno is winning playoff games with the Chiefs, I will be teabagging those posters in the ****ing face with my giant, hairy ballsack.
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:52 PM   #230
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:53 PM   #231
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Trade for Smith. We've never gone the castoff 49er QB route before.
You jest but that's exactly what we should do. This team is a QB away from being competitive. Let Alex play for a year while our draft QB learns the system. Jamaal is being wasted.
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:55 PM   #232
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You jest but that's exactly what we should do. This team is a QB away from being competitive. Let Alex play for a year while our draft QB learns the system. Jamaal is being wasted.
No chance of making the playoffs with a n00b QB. /Seahawks, Redskins, Colts

Smith cannot win a SB, so bringing him to KC would be worse than pointless.
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:55 PM   #233
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The Save Our Chiefs Facebook Page needs nuked. The Geno picture was pretty awesome and the idiots on their are well idiots. Some idiot said Geno couldn't play in the snow. Yet he went to school in ****ing West Virginia.
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:58 PM   #234
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You jest but that's exactly what we should do. This team is a QB away from being competitive. Let Alex play for a year while our draft QB learns the system. Jamaal is being wasted.
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:58 PM   #235
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The Save Our Chiefs Facebook Page needs nuked. The Geno picture was pretty awesome and the idiots on their are well idiots. Some idiot said Geno couldn't play in the snow. Yet he went to school in ****ing West Virginia.
Couldn't play in the snow?

I can't remember the last time the Chiefs played a snow game, home or road.
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:59 PM   #236
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You jest but that's exactly what we should do. This team is a QB away from being competitive. Let Alex play for a year while our draft QB learns the system. Jamaal is being wasted.
In an ideal world, you do what the Packers did with Rodgers, and get him BEFORE your old franchise veteran leaves/retires.

That's about the only situation these days where it's far better to let your young 1st rounder sit for at least a year. QBs coming out of college are the most talented they've ever been in the league, and they're playing in a time when the conditions have never been more favorable for the position.

Geno needs to get drafted and he should start right away.
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Couldn't play in the snow?

I can't remember the last time the Chiefs played a snow game, home or road.
Denver game in 97?
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Probably.
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Old 12-27-2012, 09:03 PM   #239
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You jest but that's exactly what we should do. This team is a QB away from being competitive. Let Alex play for a year while our draft QB learns the system. Jamaal is being wasted.
You dumb c*nt.
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