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Old 01-01-2013, 01:36 AM  
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CoMoChief has the solution to the QB problem in Kansas City

Hire Andy Reid as a HC. Kick Scott Pioli out the door. Take Cassel, Quinn and Stanzi with him. God what a HORRIBLE QB squad that is. Reid's west coast system will allow these young QB's to succeed early.

Trade for Seahawks' QB Matt Flynn. Assuming we were to someway get a comp 3rd rd pick for losing Brandon Carr, we can give SEA our early 3rd and keep the comp pick.

Rd 1 - Manti Teo ILB - Notre Dame with the #1 overall pick. Why? Because there's no Andrew Luck or RG3 in this draft. Teo was the best player in this draft and very well could be the best LB on this team in a couple seasons. Hali-Teo-Johnson-Houston: Best LB core in the NFL. This guy has a tremendous knack for the game and is a true ballhawker.

Rd2 - Tyler Wilson QB - Arkansas. Some say he won't last til the 2nd rd. I think there's a good possible chance that he will.

Rd3 - Landry Jones QB - Oklahoma. Yup QB and the QB back to back rounds. Get rid of the ****ing losers from the previous regime and have a legit #1 QB competition coming into camp next season. Flynn, Wilson, Jones are ALL better than anything we put out on the field this season and it's not even close.

Rd4 - Tyrann Mathieu CB - LSU. Was once the best defensive player in college football. This could be a sleeper HR pick at a major position of need on defense kinda like the Houston pick was. He's 5x the player Arenas is and Arenas doesn't need to be playing on the outside anyways. God the Brandon Carr/Stanford Routt personnel decision really blew up in Pioli's face.

Find a way to sign Ed Reed. One problem with this team is that there's no true veteran leadership. Yes we have veterans on this team and many Probowlers or players that are borderline...but most of the team really doesn't know how to win. Most of these players careers in the NFL have been on the losing end. Ed Reed knows what it takes to win games.

All of a sudden you have a jean creamin' top 10 defense and some way or another, will find our franchise QB with the arms we have in the stable.

Even though I can be an ass on this board, some don't like me....but in all honesty I love posting here, all of you I'm sure are great people, and the best hopes for all of you going into 2013. God bless.
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:19 PM   #166
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Teo is a great leader, with so so measurables.
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:19 PM   #167
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Gino Torreta won the Heisman. We should get him.
don't know what this means.
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:20 PM   #168
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Meaning that just because he was considered for the Heisman, doesn't really mean anything in terms of NFL success.
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:24 PM   #169
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don't know what this means.
The Heisman is the college equivalent of the Pro Bowl.

Brad Banks from Iowa was a Heisman runner-up for Christ's sake. He never played a down in the NFL.
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:25 PM   #170
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Teo is a great leader, with so so measurables.
Exactly, he's not Aaron Curry and Aaron Curry was a BUST.

Why would anybody want ANY ILB with the #1 pick? It's just completely insane.
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:27 PM   #171
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a LB almost winning the Heisman trophy is drama? Teo is the best player in this years draft.
Must be an incredibly shitty draft.
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:27 PM   #172
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Exactly, he's not Aaron Curry and Aaron Curry was a BUST.

Why would anybody want ANY ILB with the #1 pick? It's just completely insane.
You mean we shouldn't draft a non skill player and an ILB to boot with the very first pick in the draft?
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:28 PM   #173
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The Heisman is the college equivalent of the Pro Bowl.

Brad Banks from Iowa was a Heisman runner-up for Christ's sake. He never played a down in the NFL.
Remember Oklahoma Sooner QB Jason White that won the Heisman award? Didn't even get drafted, but I think a lot of that was he had bad knees iirc?
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:29 PM   #174
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a LB almost winning the Heisman trophy is drama? Teo is the best player in this years draft.
You'e getting caught up in pre-draft hype. It happens every year. Stop listening to talking heads.

And winning the Heisman means nothing. I'm honestly shocked you brought it up.
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:29 PM   #175
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Remember Oklahoma Sooner QB Jason White that won the Heisman award? Didn't even get drafted, but I think a lot of that was he had bad knees iirc?
Oh man, you just sparked my memory.

Manti could be the next BRIAN BOSWORTH!
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don't know what this means.
It means that Heisman winners don't do dick in the NFL, and rarely have anything to do with Skill.

When a player wins the Heisman, i usually HOPE we don't draft them, because more often than not, they flame out in the NFL.

Heisman means dick.
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Oh man, you just sparked my memory.

Manti could be the next BRIAN BOSWORTH!
Oh man that was awesome when Bo Jackson ran over him into the dirt for a TD. The Bozz was never the same again. I hated the raiders but loved Bo Jackson.
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Heh.

Better list then I thought. Although none of them are MLB's.

1980 Rogers, GeorgeGeorge Rogers* South Carolina Running back 1,128 35.81%
1981 Allen, MarcusMarcus Allen^ USC Running back 1,797 57.05%
1982 Walker, HerschelHerschel Walker Georgia Running back 1,926 61.14%
1983 Rozier, MikeMike Rozier Nebraska Running back 1,801 57.17%
1984 Flutie, DougDoug Flutie Boston College Quarterback 2,240 71.11%
1985 Jackson, BoBo Jackson* Auburn Running back 1,509 47.90%
1986 Testaverde, VinnyVinny Testaverde* Miami Quarterback 2,213 70.25%
1987 Brown, TimTim Brown Notre Dame Wide receiver 1,442 45.78%
1988 Sanders, BarryBarry Sanders^ Oklahoma State Running back 1,878 68.27%
1989 Ware, AndreAndre Ware Houston Quarterback 1,073 38.96%
1990 Detmer, TyTy Detmer BYU Quarterback 1,482 53.87%
1991 Howard, DesmondDesmond Howard Michigan Wide receiver 2,077 75.50%
1992 Torretta, GinoGino Torretta Miami Quarterback 1,400 50.84%
1993 Ward, CharlieCharlie Ward Florida State Quarterback 1,743 83.79%
1994 Salaam, RashaanRashaan Salaam Colorado Running back 1,743 63.15%
1995 George, EddieEddie George Ohio State Running back 1,460 52.84%
1996 Wuerffel, DannyDanny Wuerffel Florida Quarterback 1,363 49.38%
1997 Woodson, CharlesCharles Woodson Michigan Cornerback/Punt returner 1,815 65.69%
1998 Williams, RickyRicky Williams Texas Running back 2,355 85.23%
1999 Dayne, RonRon Dayne Wisconsin Running back 2,042 73.83%
2000 Weinke, ChrisChris Weinke Florida State Quarterback 1,628 58.86%
2001 Crouch, EricEric Crouch Nebraska Quarterback 770 27.75%
2002 Palmer, CarsonCarson Palmer* USC Quarterback 1,328 48.01%
2003 White, JasonJason White Oklahoma Quarterback 1,481 53.54%
2004 Leinart, MattMatt Leinart USC Quarterback 1,325 47.85%
2005 Bush, ReggieReggie Bush
(vacated)[n 1] USC Running back 2,541 91.77%
2006 Smith, TroyTroy Smith Ohio State Quarterback 2,540 91.63%
2007 Tebow, TimTim Tebow Florida Quarterback 1,957 70.52%
2008 Bradford, SamSam Bradford* Oklahoma Quarterback 1,726 62.13%
2009 Ingram, Jr., MarkMark Ingram, Jr. Alabama Running back 1,304 46.99%
2010 Newton, CamCam Newton* Auburn Quarterback 2,263 81.55%
2011 Griffin III, RobertRobert Griffin III Baylor Quarterback 1,687 60.66%
2012 Manziel, JohnnyJohnny Manziel Texas A&M Quarterback 2,029 72.88%
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