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Old 01-17-2013, 10:07 PM  
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:51 PM   #916
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I thought he said on the call that his agent hadn't talked to Dorsey yet. Maybe i need to clean the fuzz out of my ears.
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:52 PM   #917
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This out of principle it is a QB as the intial favorite to be the #1 overall pick for KC
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:53 PM   #918
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I thought he said on the call that his agent hadn't talked to Dorsey yet. Maybe i need to clean the fuzz out of my ears.
He said they had talked but that it was just talks and nothing really serious yet.

There were also a few really nice comments by the new line coach where he praised Albert and said something like "if we are able to continue to work with this group, this will be a formidable unit"

Not an exact quote, but that's the just of it.
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:56 PM   #919
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1. Kansas City Chiefs: Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia

Scott ***** was fired, as the awesome @saveourchiefs movement was pushing for, and he's been replaced by Andy Reid and his staff. The question is whether Reid will take a shot on a quarterback or go the safe route with Luke Joeckel.

Chris Mortensen said Monday that he expects Joeckel to be the first pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, but has a feeling that Reid will select a quarterback - which means he expects him to trade down. I agree with Mort. I'm not sure about the moving down part - Kansas City will sure as hell try - but here's why Geno Smith will be the pick, barring any big acquisition in free agency:

1. New regimes mean new quarterbacks, and if history is any indication, Reid will use this pick on Smith. Reid eschewed all the top free-agent quarterbacks when he took over as the Eagles' head coach, taking a mobile, Big East product with a good deep ball and upside instead. Well, Smith is a mobile, (former) Big East product with a good deep ball and upside. He fits perfectly into Reid's offense.

2. ESPN and other outlets will tell you that Smith nor any other signal-caller is worth taking No. 1 overall, but that could easily change. Remember two years ago when ESPN was mocking Da'Quan Bowers and Nick Fairley to the Panthers? Well, Cam Newton ballooned to the top, as will some other quarterback this year. It could be Smith, Matt Barkley or Mike Glennon. We'll see. Three months is a long time.

3. Think no one believes Smith is worth the No. 1 pick? Think again. Anthony Gargano of 94 WIP in Philadelphia revealed that he spoke to a general manager who told him that he would draft Smith with the first-overall selection. This is just one general manager, but if one GM wants Smith that badly, then there's a chance that several do. Smith has a ton of upside, so a quarterback-friendly coach like Reid might think he could coach him up to a Pro Bowl level.

4. My Chiefs' source, who has a high success rate of delivering Kansas City's first-round picks, told me Smith is currently the favorite to go No. 1 overall, but conceded that it's still too early in the process. He said that the combination of Joeckel and Tyler Wilson is also a strong possibility.

By the way, I'm doing this live because I thought it'd be fun to get instant feedback. I'm going to post my mock anyway, so why not do it this way? Follow @walterfootball for updates.
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:24 PM   #920
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For the Geno sucked against good teams gang,

1. Worst game of the year was against K State
He completed 65% of his passes with 1TD and 2INT

That isn't that bad for a guys worst game on a team with no defense.

For the can't play in foul weather crowd that keeps bringing up the Pinstripe bowl,

1. He completed 68% of his passes for 201 yards with 2TDs vs 0 Ints.

That isn't too bad in about the crappiest weather you can get to play football in.
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:25 PM   #921
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For the Geno sucked against good teams gang,

1. Worst game of the year was against K State
He completed 65% of his passes with 1TD and 2INT

That isn't that bad for a guys worst game on a team with no defense.

For the can't play in foul weather crowd that keeps bringing up the Pinstripe bowl,

1. He completed 68% of his passes for 201 yards with 2TDs vs 0 Ints.

That isn't too bad in about the crappiest weather you can get to play football in.
But they didn't win and he got sacked I tell ya!
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:28 PM   #922
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For the Geno sucked against good teams gang,

1. Worst game of the year was against K State
He completed 65% of his passes with 1TD and 2INT

That isn't that bad for a guys worst game on a team with no defense.

For the can't play in foul weather crowd that keeps bringing up the Pinstripe bowl,

1. He completed 68% of his passes for 201 yards with 2TDs vs 0 Ints.

That isn't too bad in about the crappiest weather you can get to play football in.
For the pinstripe bowl, what about the two safeties and the fact that the average distance of the 8 completed passes to Bailey (9 targets) was 2.1 yards downfield?
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:28 PM   #923
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:30 PM   #924
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For the Geno sucked against good teams gang,

1. Worst game of the year was against K State
He completed 65% of his passes with 1TD and 2INT

That isn't that bad for a guys worst game on a team with no defense.

For the can't play in foul weather crowd that keeps bringing up the Pinstripe bowl,

1. He completed 68% of his passes for 201 yards with 2TDs vs 0 Ints.

That isn't too bad in about the crappiest weather you can get to play football in.
I'm obviously a Geno Fan, but iirc around 80 of his yards in the pinstripe bowl came on a screen to Austin.

I was drunk that day though, so I'm not 100% on that.
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:31 PM   #925
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He said they had talked but that it was just talks and nothing really serious yet.

There were also a few really nice comments by the new line coach where he praised Albert and said something like "if we are able to continue to work with this group, this will be a formidable unit"

Not an exact quote, but that's the just of it.
Doug Pederson made glowing comments about Albert on the radio, as well.

It was either Petro or Keitzman that said something about the importance of the left tackle position and Pederson said "good thing we have great one here".
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:32 PM   #926
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For the pinstripe bowl, what about the two safeties and the fact that the average distance of the 8 completed passes to Bailey (9 targets) was 2.1 yards downfield?
That was the play that was called, and apropriately so for that weather. He executed it well. In the NFL, screen passes are the same and end up averaging similar.
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:40 PM   #927
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Another concern with Albert and his call in to the radio a few days ago...he seemed pissed and mentioned that his agent and Dorsey were in talks.

Was he mad because of the "chatter" of him moving to guard or because his agent gave him feedback that the team was trying to negotiate with him as a guard.

No way to know for sure, but one thing that is for sure...he sounded a little pissed.
He's pissed about all of the talk of moving him to guard.
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:42 PM   #928
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For the pinstripe bowl, what about the two safeties and the fact that the average distance of the 8 completed passes to Bailey (9 targets) was 2.1 yards downfield?
He had a bad game.

Big whoop.

Even the great Andrew Luck had a few bad games in college.
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:43 PM   #929
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That was the play that was called, and apropriately so for that weather. He executed it well. In the NFL, screen passes are the same and end up averaging similar.
Better be careful there tooge. People are going to think that you and SNR are on the SAME SIDE. :P
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He's pissed about all of the talk of moving him to guard.
As he should be. Albert has been a top 10 LT the past 2 years with absolutely horrific QB play. He's going to shine playing behind a competent QB and it should be here.

IF ****ing Barry Richardson can manage to not give up a sack in the last 3 games with Orton, I nom nom nom at our OL playing with a QB that is competent.

Good god, can you imagine what it would be like to have a QB who can actually sell PA bc of our running game and have to ability to complete throws?

Geno + Charles running PA off our stretch play should account for a ton of productive plays IMO. If we draft Geno, I'm charting every single one of them.
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