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A QB with the 1st pick of the draft 167 48.69%
Trades back and selects a QB in the 1st round 39 11.37%
A QB in the 2nd round of the draft 17 4.96%
A QB in the mid to late rounds of the draft 2 0.58%
A free agent, or trade from another team at QB 10 2.92%
Michael Vick 7 2.04%
Kevin Kolb 2 0.58%
He's Andy ****ing Reid. He knows more than I do. Whoever he takes, I'm good. 94 27.41%
Gaz loves defense, but I want him to select our QB 5 1.46%
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Old 01-05-2013, 05:02 AM  
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The QB Reid chooses to lead the Chiefs

Let's try this again. I will only be happy if Reid chooses...

Poll forthcoming.
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Old 01-05-2013, 04:49 PM   #271
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Another question I haven't heard an answer to, lets say Reid drafts a QB, who in the draft is most suited to a WC style offense?
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Old 01-05-2013, 04:50 PM   #272
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From what I have heard if Chip Kelly lands in Philly then Vick stays because he can run the zone read option and Foles would be on the market because he can't.

You do the math from there.

Not too exciting since its the same pattern we seem to always follow.
. Sorry, but that would be strike one. ****, might be a two-strike penalty.
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Old 01-05-2013, 04:50 PM   #273
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Another question I haven't heard an answer to, lets say Reid drafts a QB, who in the draft is most suited to a WC style offense?
Matt Barkley, Aaron Murray, Landry Jones.
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Old 01-05-2013, 04:51 PM   #274
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I'm sure you know what sucks? It's that the Chiefs just had to get the number one overall pick in a year in which an Andrew Luck or RGIII or even Cam Newton and Matt Ryan aren't available.

That is insanely frustrating to me.



I hope you're right. I just hope that QB wouldn't be equivalent to a 3rd rounder (i.e. Foles) or a 4th rounder (Cousins) in previous years.
There has been a good NFL QB in every draft every year for 15 years with few exceptions. We just have to find that QB.
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. Sorry, but that would be strike one. ****, might be a two-strike penalty.
No shit. It would be new coach, new FO same old shit. If they throw in an old LB as well I may eat a bottle of pills.

I am guessing the new guys will want to do their own thing and get their own guy.
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Another question I haven't heard an answer to, lets say Reid drafts a QB, who in the draft is most suited to a WC style offense?
Neither McNabb or Vick were 'suited' to the WC offense with their shitty short range accuracy. Reid worked around that.

He'll adapt the offense to whoever he brings in. That is what I would expect from his background.
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Matt Barkley, Aaron Murray, Landry Jones.
Thanks.
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Andy Reid probably knows more than me about football, and he was really big as a 13 year-old. However, I probably know more about the Chiefs, and I was a very bright 13 year-old. It's time for the Chiefs franchise to draft a quarterback with a high 1st-round draft choice.
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Another question I haven't heard an answer to, lets say Reid drafts a QB, who in the draft is most suited to a WC style offense?
any of them really...the question, imo, is are you maximizing the players talent in that scheme...a big armed QB is probably wasted, even though he could do it

smith, wilson, barkley could easily run a wc offense...the perception is that barkley is most suited (which is also a nice way of saying he has the weakest arm)
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Andy Reid probably knows more than me about football, and he was really big as a 13 year-old. However, I probably know more about the Chiefs, and I was a very bright 13 year-old. It's time for the Chiefs franchise to draft a quarterback with a high 1st-round draft choice.
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Andy Reid probably knows more than me about football, and he was really big as a 13 year-old. However, I probably know more about the Chiefs, and I was a very bright 13 year-old. It's time for the Chiefs franchise to draft a quarterback with a high 1st-round draft choice.
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I liked Barkley quite a bit heading into the 2012 season but he definitely reverted. Is he the guy from 2011 or the guy from 2012?

Wilson's team fell apart due to Petrino. There are some minor character questions. As I've said repeatedly, every time I've seen Smith, he was far less than impressive.

Outside of this particular football forum, I can find no general consensus on any of the above players in regards to who is best suited for the NFL, let alone the #1 overall pick.

I hope that The Combines provide more insight and guys to begin to separate but there's no guarantee.
Well in all the mock drafts there has been a general consensus on who will go one. Geno Smith.
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Because he's the best coach we've hired since Hank Stram?

Who would you have preferred? Ken whisenhunt? Lovie Smith? chip Kelly? Bill Cowher?
Reid was definitely the best we could have done this year. Anyone that thinks not is crazy. Cowher and Gruden are not coaching. Lovie and Ken have had not had the success Andy has. Clark did very good to get this done. Instantly we are relevent again.
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I'm sure you know what sucks? It's that the Chiefs just had to get the number one overall pick in a year in which an Andrew Luck or RGIII or even Cam Newton and Matt Ryan aren't available.
Geno Smith, from the perspective of talent, is a better prospect than Matt Ryan, and from the perspective of intelligence and character is a better prospect than Newton.

There have been only 2 or 3 QBs in the last 6 or 7 drafts, outside of Luck, that has a package of talent and intangibles that I like better than Smith.
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Going out on that limb?
I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt for now.
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