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Old 01-17-2013, 09:07 PM  
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:04 PM   #4621
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That's just the anti-Longhorn sign. Texas A&M people did it all the time at games.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:07 PM   #4622
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And Daniel Jeremiah said he sees KC as a perfect fit for him. He said the Chiefs have tons of weapons and there line isnt bad. He even has Geno mocked to us still.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:08 PM   #4623
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And Daniel Jeremiah said he sees KC as a perfect fit for him. He said the Chiefs have tons of weapons and there line isnt bad. He even has Geno mocked to us still.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:10 PM   #4624
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The Cardinals made it PUBLIC yesterday to NFLN Kimberly whats her name that Barkley won't be getting past them.
Pretty risky of them to draft another usc qb high. But with Arians there, he will probably do fine.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:11 PM   #4625
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And Daniel Jeremiah said he sees KC as a perfect fit for him. He said the Chiefs have tons of weapons and there line isnt bad. He even has Geno mocked to us still.
Daniel Jeremiah as also a scout for Philly, under Andy Reid.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:11 PM   #4626
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Pretty risky of them to draft another usc qb high. But with Arians there, he will probably do fine.
I don't know. Arians like to throw it long, a lot. Luck got sacked like 40 times last year.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:13 PM   #4627
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I don't know. Arians like to throw it long, a lot. Luck got sacked like 40 times last year.
Hes pretty good at developing quarterbacks though. But I really dont like Barkley so we will see.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:14 PM   #4628
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Pretty silly article, but whatever. It's Geno.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...for-geno-smith


Pick Six: Reasons to root for Geno Smith

By Adam Rank NFL.com

Published: Feb. 25, 2013 at 05:35 p.m. Updated: Feb. 25, 2013 at 07:08 p.m.

Geno Smith was widely considered the top quarterback prospect in the 2013 NFL Draft prior to the NFL Scouting Combine. And Smith only strengthened his position with a solid performance.

So one lucky franchise is going to get its quarterback of the future. And if you are a fan of one of those quarterback-starved teams and skeptical on if you should want Smith to go to your team, allow me to offer up six reasons why you should want to root for him.

6. No nickname
Steve Mariucci's first question to Smith was "do you have a nickname?" And Smith said yes, "it's Geno. That's it."

And you know what, it's nice to have a player entering the draft without a prepackaged nickname and marketing campaign. He's just a guy who wants to play football.

5. Follows Kobe Bryant on Twitter
You can tell a lot about a person just based on the people they follow on Twitter. So when a quick review of Smith's list revealed Kobe Bryant, a small part of me rejoiced. Of course, he also follows LeBron James, so I had to move this down the list a little bit.


4. Accuracy
One of the most amazing things about Smith's senior season at West Virginia was his lack of interceptions. Smith opened the season with 24 touchdowns and no interceptions in the first six games. And even then, he threw just six over the course of the 2012 season. Arizona Cardinals quarterbacks tossed 21 picks last year.


3. The Arts
Smith was labeled as gifted as a young child and "was taught an advanced curriculum emphasizing creativity and the arts," according to this article in the New York Times.

Smith wrote poetry, painted, acted and even participated in chess tournaments. The latter is a handy skill to have when trying to match wits with defensive coordinators.


2. Wears No. 12
Maybe this is a touch superficial, but there's something aesthetically pleasing about a quarterback in the No. 12. To current guys like Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers, to historically great QBs like Randall Cunningham, Roger Staubach, Terry Bradshaw, Kenny Stabler and Joe Namath, the No. 12 is the quarterback number to wear.


1. His competitive nature
We got a glimpse of it when he joined us on NFL.com Live Super Bowl XLVII and got another inside look here. Smith won't back down from being a No. 1 quarterback. He's ready to embrace a spot as the leader of a team. And given the dire needs of some teams, this is something to be celebrated.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:16 PM   #4629
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A sarcastic reply to your lame-ass "red flag" is overreacting?

That's not overreacting. You don't want to see overreacting.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:17 PM   #4630
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I'm gonna get my ass torn up for this, especially in this thread, but here goes.

I like Geno, alot. Hope the Chiefs take him. But Barkley is a damn fine QB prospect. I don't think he's ceiling is as high as Geno's, but it's not a long ways down. He absolutely got nitpicked to death this year.
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He doesn't have the weak arm every one says, depending on the shoulder of course. But to make all these claims that he's not this or that, seems to show we (yeah, myself included at times) have put on some blinders.

Another guy against popular opinion, is EJ Manuel. Intriguing prospect. Will take a while to groom obviously, but in terms of talent he has alot.

Flame away.
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Writing about what athletes a QB follows on twitter and WHAT NUMBER HE WEARS is hilarious.

That reads like...something I used to write.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:18 PM   #4632
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Get the impression that #Chiefs coaches weren't that impressed with QB Geno Smith. Kid has talent. Maybe just too cocky for KC's palet?


There we go, set it in stone.
What. A. ****ing. Idiot. ****ing Cocky???

How could you possibly come away with the impression that Geno is cocky? Barkley maybe.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:20 PM   #4633
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I'm gonna get my ass torn up for this, especially in this thread, but here goes.

I like Geno, alot. Hope the Chiefs take him. But Barkley is a damn fine QB prospect. I don't think he's ceiling is as high as Geno's, but it's not a long ways down. He absolutely got nitpicked to death this year.
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He doesn't have the weak arm every one says, depending on the shoulder of course. But to make all these claims that he's not this or that, seems to show we (yeah, myself included at times) have put on some blinders.

Another guy against popular opinion, is EJ Manuel. Intriguing prospect. Will take a while to groom obviously, but in terms of talent he has alot.

Flame away.
Barkley wasnt good this year and did nothing but interview at the combine. Im sorry, i still just dont buy that he wasnt able to do anything at the combine.
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Old 02-25-2013, 05:20 PM   #4634
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Yeah they do, but you know that else they do? Win. They are consistent winners who go to the bench and rally the troops. I never saw that from Geno.

And what about Geno taunting Longhorn recruits on the sidelines? Does that not count now?

I think he's shown that he can be rattled and figured out by good coaches too, which is a red flag IMO.
Figured out? You mean sell out against the pass, abandon run defense, and profit? It certainly isn't Geno's fault the WVU Oline and run game blew dogs for quarters.
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Writing about what athletes a QB follows on twitter and WHAT NUMBER HE WEARS is hilarious.

That reads like...something I used to write.
He only follows Kobe on Twitter to get free tips on raping people
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