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View Poll Results: If no QB then who?
LT Luke Joekel 40 31.01%
DE Star Lotulelei 30 23.26%
LB Jarvis Jones 19 14.73%
Other (who, why?) 40 31.01%
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Old 02-08-2013, 01:23 PM  
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The "IF no QB with the 1st pick" poll

Scenario (hypothetical):

It has become obvious that the Chiefs will pass on a QB with the top pick and will address the QB need (a) later in round 1, (b) in round 2, or (c) by signing a veteran. No trade down is planned either.

There seems to be the following three names on top of the draft. Among these three which one would you want the Chiefs to use their 1st pick on:

1- LT Luke Joekel (meaning Albert will walk)

2- DE Star Lotulelei (meaning T-Jax will be cut)

3- Jarvis Jones (meaning we are thinking transition to 43 soon)

4- Other (name and explain)

KEEP IN MIND

This is not a Geno Smith, Tyler Wilson discussion. Keep that argument in the hundreds of other threads about it. This is about IF WE DON'T PICK A QB AT THE TOP! Just curious to know which of the picks mentioned makes more sense compared to the others IYO. If you are a staunch Geno fan, for example, this does not paint you as a traitor to the cause.
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:50 PM   #451
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you can't consider him a success or failure until after the 3rd year. However, you can definitely disagree with his decisions. Fortunately there are no decisions to dislike, yet.
If Reid passes on a QB in the first round, I won't view it as a failure, nor will I view negatively, whatsoever.

I hope he likes a guy in the first but if he doesn't, big deal. The guy has found ways to win with lessor valued draft picks and I'm certain he will identify and draft a QB in the next two years.
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Old 02-10-2013, 05:09 PM   #452
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I'm not worried about Tyler Wilson's hands at all. They have never been a problem for him and I don't see them being a problem unless he played in Seattle where it rains half the time.

Mark this down. 1 or 2 QB's will start to launch up the draft board by the end of this month. It's gonna be either Wilson, Barkley, Glennon or Nassib.

Barkley is the favorite to rise IMO. I think he will easily have the best interviews.
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Old 02-10-2013, 05:12 PM   #453
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And yet he was still a great college QB, just like I said.
And just like I said, you have no clue what the hell you are talking about.
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Old 02-10-2013, 05:14 PM   #454
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If Reid passes on a QB in the first round, I won't view it as a failure, nor will I view negatively, whatsoever.

I hope he likes a guy in the first but if he doesn't, big deal. The guy has found ways to win with lessor valued draft picks and I'm certain he will identify and draft a QB in the next two years.
Reid has found a way to win with a #2 overall QB.
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Old 02-10-2013, 05:15 PM   #455
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And one thing is for damn sure. Last season was the first time I ever rooted for my team to lose. I did not ****ing do root for this team to lose just to we can sign Alex Smith and draft a ****ing LT first overall.
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Old 02-10-2013, 05:16 PM   #456
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And one thing is for damn sure. Last season was the first time I ever rooted for my team to lose. I did not ****ing do root for this team to lose just to we can sign Alex Smith and draft a ****ing LT first overall.
On this I wholeheartedly agree with you.
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Old 02-10-2013, 05:19 PM   #457
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If Reid passes on a QB in the first round, I won't view it as a failure, nor will I view negatively, whatsoever.

I hope he likes a guy in the first but if he doesn't, big deal. The guy has found ways to win with lessor valued draft picks and I'm certain he will identify and draft a QB in the next two years.
If you trust KFFL it could be they are thinking Nick Foles to develop and (IMO) possibly Alex Smith to bridge.

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I would love it if the Eagles just cut Foles because he didn't fit Chip Kelly's offense and nobody would give up picks for him.

We'd be able to get Foles and draft a QB.

Probably won't happen though.
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If you trust KFFL it could be they are thinking Nick Foles to develop and (IMO) possibly Alex Smith to bridge.

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Old 02-10-2013, 05:22 PM   #460
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Reid has found a way to win with a #2 overall QB.
Yep.

All other avenues he tried were ultra fail.

He's not about to risk his new job on some slapdick QB.
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Old 02-10-2013, 05:31 PM   #461
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No, it's not.

The Combines haven't even taken place yet in the minds of many CPers, Smith is a Super Bowl QB that's unquestionably the number overall choice.

Yet, outside of this forum, he's viewed by many as a second rounder, a guy with questionable leadeship skills and for certain, he's no where near the consensus number one pick.

Now, that's not to say that he won't become those things, but similar things were said about Jimmy Clausen a few years back, yet he fell to the second round and has sucked ass in the NFL.
Let's be real for a second. Jimmy Clausen was a spoon fed weiner with an overall lack of skills for the position at the next level. Arm strength was middling at best, zero mobility, a lack of pocket presence, etc. There was no way that this guy was going to be a good pro and the only reason that people got worked up around here about it was the Weis was the OC and people thought he would be an easier transition because he knew the system.

There is no way that Clausen is even close to Geno in terms of being an NFL prospect. NOT EVEN REMOTELY CLOSE.

Geno is legit, and most drafniks have had him going to the Chiefs at #1. Other than Kiper and McShay. So, I guess it comes down to who you find plausible in terms of player draft analysis - the two draftnik helmetheads at ESPN or just about everybody else on the planet.
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That's not logic, that's an assumption that past performance over a limited data set can be extrapolated into the future along a straight line.
Assumption? It's a fact based on history.


Do you think Alex smith is the guy to buck that trend?
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Yep.

All other avenues he tried were ultra fail.

He's not about to risk his new job on some slapdick QB.
Exactly. Which I'm sure is why he will choose Alex.
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Old 02-10-2013, 08:27 PM   #464
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Exactly. Which I'm sure is why he will choose Alex.
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