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Old 02-04-2013, 03:16 PM  
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Titus Young

Just got released. Chiefs are first in line on the waiver wire. They need to jump on this kid.
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:20 PM   #76
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i dont know how i feel about this one

on one hand he is cheap, but immature, and is clearly a better talent than McCluster and Baldwin combined, and would essentially beat one, if not both out on the depth chart if the kid was mature.

on the other hand he is not mature and is a big huge diva turd piece of trash and well

im sure we can just draft a WR or sign someone of similar.
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:25 PM   #77
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Sign him release Baldwin.
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:31 PM   #78
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you bring this selfish piece of sh*t into your locker room. Like the BSU kids because they usually are good character. Not this one. Not this one.
who cares, what we did the last four years by bringing in all good guys didn't work either. What's your point? Does have a nicer team result in more wins?
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:32 PM   #79
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i dont know how i feel about this one

on one hand he is cheap, but immature, and is clearly a better talent than McCluster and Baldwin combined, and would essentially beat one, if not both out on the depth chart if the kid was mature.

on the other hand he is not mature and is a big huge diva turd piece of trash and well

im sure we can just draft a WR or sign someone of similar.
The only way I would even consider it is if they're letting Bowe walk. And I sure hope they're not letting Bowe walk.

This guy isn't mature enough to be a #2 receiver, and if Bowe's here that's the best he's going to be.
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:34 PM   #80
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I would take a flyer on him. You guys are over dramatic. He is an asshole, but have you seen Detroits coach? Jim Schwartz seems like the biggest douche bag ever. Now that doesnt excuse it, but i have a feeling that the two butting heads exaggerated the situation
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:35 PM   #81
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This ****er should be exiled from the game, so no I don't think he's "worth bringing in for a look" or the 100 other cliches. If he wants that attitude play in the damn Arena league.
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:36 PM   #82
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I'll take him if he's cheap. Despite being an asshole, he'd still be better than what we have now.
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Old 02-04-2013, 06:02 PM   #83
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I wouldn't touch him. Talent can overpower trouble in the equation to an extent, but there's a certain balance you need there and he's leaning way too far over on the trouble side of the line.
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Old 02-04-2013, 06:04 PM   #84
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From what I understand, the Lions sat him down on multiple occassions and told him exactly what he needs to do and how he needs to act to get back on the field. As soon as they give him a shot to act that way, he did the exact opposite. Dude is a headcase.
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Old 02-04-2013, 06:07 PM   #85
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From what I understand, the Lions sat him down on multiple occassions and told him exactly what he needs to do and how he needs to act to get back on the field. As soon as they give him a shot to act that way, he did the exact opposite. Dude is a headcase.
Yep, the league won't miss him one bit either. Too much talent available for clowns like this to stick around.
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Old 02-04-2013, 06:24 PM   #86
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No. Coming from a Lions fans, the kid is a jackass.
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Old 02-04-2013, 06:36 PM   #87
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Sure why not. Like you said, if he acts up, **** him he's outta here.
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Old 02-04-2013, 06:59 PM   #88
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Everyone saying "sure, why not?" and "bring him in, what harm is it? Just can him if he doesn't fall in line."

Okay, let's think about this:

1. I'm an undersized jackass that INTENTIONALLY ****ed up to hurt my own team because - gasp! - I'm not getting as many targets as CALVIN ****ING JOHNSON THE ****ING MEGATRON.

2. I am coming in to work alongside a first round pick who so far has not reached even the floor of his potential due to a bad attitude and unwillingness to work.

3. This other wide receiver has 2x the physical tools I have. If he were to reach his ceiling, he would be infinitely better than I am.

4. KC has a new head coach, new OC, new QB coach, new WR coach. These are the men tasked with taking the statistically shittiest offense in the league (that's science) and turning it into a juggernaut. They have limited time in which to salvage the GOOD players on this offense, let alone coaching up the potentially good ones and weeding out the hopeless ones. They cannot afford to waste any of training camp trying to figure out why a dumbshit is a dumbshit and not an all-pro. They have to actually field a real team, not go all Good Will Hunting trying to psychoanalyze genius out of troubled youth.

5. Mike Wallace. Greg Jennings. These are real wide receivers. Second round picks from Boise State who suck donkey balls and do everything short of setting fire to the field during play do not warrant the limited time, money, or attention at this franchise's disposal for, you know, trying to field a team that can win more than two games.

In summation, what can go wrong?

- Locker room discord.
- Whatever hope is left for Jon Baldwin is out the window when he and Titus Young have a pout-off where they take turns screaming at the QB, the coaches, each other, and then just running in circles like Larry and Curly after eating hot peppers instead of running their routes.
- We do not sign a legitimate WR, because we are gambling on this turd.
- The coaches are distracted by this asshole instead of coaching players who are willing to work for playing time.


No, thank you.

or

**** no, thank you.

or best of all:

No. **** you.
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Old 02-04-2013, 07:48 PM   #89
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Everyone saying "sure, why not?" and "bring him in, what harm is it? Just can him if he doesn't fall in line."

Okay, let's think about this:

1. I'm an undersized jackass that INTENTIONALLY ****ed up to hurt my own team because - gasp! - I'm not getting as many targets as CALVIN ****ING JOHNSON THE ****ING MEGATRON.

2. I am coming in to work alongside a first round pick who so far has not reached even the floor of his potential due to a bad attitude and unwillingness to work.

3. This other wide receiver has 2x the physical tools I have. If he were to reach his ceiling, he would be infinitely better than I am.

4. KC has a new head coach, new OC, new QB coach, new WR coach. These are the men tasked with taking the statistically shittiest offense in the league (that's science) and turning it into a juggernaut. They have limited time in which to salvage the GOOD players on this offense, let alone coaching up the potentially good ones and weeding out the hopeless ones. They cannot afford to waste any of training camp trying to figure out why a dumbshit is a dumbshit and not an all-pro. They have to actually field a real team, not go all Good Will Hunting trying to psychoanalyze genius out of troubled youth.

5. Mike Wallace. Greg Jennings. These are real wide receivers. Second round picks from Boise State who suck donkey balls and do everything short of setting fire to the field during play do not warrant the limited time, money, or attention at this franchise's disposal for, you know, trying to field a team that can win more than two games.

In summation, what can go wrong?

- Locker room discord.
- Whatever hope is left for Jon Baldwin is out the window when he and Titus Young have a pout-off where they take turns screaming at the QB, the coaches, each other, and then just running in circles like Larry and Curly after eating hot peppers instead of running their routes.
- We do not sign a legitimate WR, because we are gambling on this turd.
- The coaches are distracted by this asshole instead of coaching players who are willing to work for playing time.


No, thank you.

or

**** no, thank you.

or best of all:

No. **** you.
Are Jennings and Wallace worth 20 times as much as Titus Young b/c that is what you are going to have to pay them.
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Old 02-04-2013, 07:56 PM   #90
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Maybe but then you have to use a draft pick on him. With as many holes as this team has, I would prefer to bring in as much talent as possible.
Chiefs with Gus Cassel as QB. Many holes on this team.

Chiefs with a real QB (Geno Smith perhaps). Many holes on this team disappear. Both sides of the ball.
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