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Old 02-27-2013, 09:59 AM  
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Alex Smith Traded to Chiefs

Well, it looks like the deal is done.



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Old 03-07-2013, 10:54 PM   #4216
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I just have a hard time believing that Reid and Dorsey agreed to form Voltron in Kansas City and that their first move is to pass on all college quarterbacks in he first two rounds and to trade two extremely valuable picks for a game manager...especially when Andy Reid said he wants a quarterback that can win games for him, not just a game manager.

It just doesn't add up.

These guys have to have a better plan in place than Alex Smith to fix the quarterback position in KC and give us hope on a championship sometime in the next ten years.
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Old 03-07-2013, 10:55 PM   #4217
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In their twisted point of view, anything before Jim Harbaugh does not count.

Basically, they believe this is only his second year in the league, and for a second year kid, he was doing great. Eveything before that does not count because the 49ers organization screwed him somehow until Harbaugh came.

Also, they will cite that he has improved every year. Yea, well when you throw for 50%, 1 TD and 11int in your rookie season, there is nowhere to go but up.

His second season in 16 games he thre for 2,800 yards (LOL) 16 td 16 int season and they called it a hit....
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Old 03-07-2013, 10:56 PM   #4218
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ALEX SMITH STILL ****ING SUCKS.
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And the sad part is is that he's best QB the Chiefs have had since 2001.
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Old 03-07-2013, 10:56 PM   #4219
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I'm hoping that he is at least mentally stronger than Cassel. I'm tired of watching our QB turn into Armadillo Man at the first sign of pressure.

That is 2 different things. Alex is mentally very tough. He can take adversity and trial. He can take the media hits he might get and won't to off the handle publicly or ruin the locker room. He could weather losing the first 3 or 4 games and not cave, just double down on film study and prep and workouts and come out swinging. He is no shrinking violet.

If you are talking about pocket presence against the pass rush, that is completely different. He often leaves a clean pocket under perceived pressure that isn't yet there. I don't know if that is from taking a beating his first few years or from taking a beating from early coaches about his play, or if he was that way in college. I have no clue.

Alex has great mental fortitude but that doesn't translate to pocket presence. Maybe Andy Reid will find the magic button, but I can't see it happening after 8 years.
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Old 03-07-2013, 10:57 PM   #4220
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I just have a hard time believing that Reid and Dorsey agreed to form Voltron in Kansas City and that their first move is to pass on all college quarterbacks in he first two rounds and to trade two extremely valuable picks for a game manager...especially when Andy Reid said he wants a quarterback that can win games for him, not just a game manager.

It just doesn't add up.

These guys have to have a better plan in place than Alex Smith to fix the quarterback position in KC and give us hope on a championship sometime in the next ten years.
If they draft Geno, I'm callin g him the black lion.
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Old 03-07-2013, 10:57 PM   #4221
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This might be the worst point ever...

Both future HOF QBs (Warner might fall just short)
The point is that all hope is not lost.

Do you think that Giants or Cards fans were bummed out those years?
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Old 03-07-2013, 10:57 PM   #4222
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lol

did you guys know our 3rd down percentage was ranked 25 and below for the last 7 years.

It was ranked 15th for one year though. When Shaun Hill started.

That is news to me. More

I still can't get over Shaun Hill winning as many shootouts in 18 games with the 49ers as Alex did in 80. I mean, Alex played 32 games before he went noodle armed after wrecking his shoulder. That was back when he had zip.

Put it together.

You have Luck and RG with as many shootout victories in their 16-game rookie years as Alex does in 32 with the good arm.

You have Shaun Hill with as many shootout victories as Alex, playing in half the games.

You do the math. I'll do it. 2+2=4 baby.

Post shoulder surgery noodle arm, is he really going to be winning any shootouts? I mean, he is a far better QB now that Harbaugh bet into him footwork, looking off receivers, and keeping his lead knee bent.

Maybe Fat Andy will help Alex channel his inner Favre. Right. Fat Chance. Har ha ha ha ha ha.

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Old 03-07-2013, 10:59 PM   #4223
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That is 2 different things. Alex is mentally very tough. He can take adversity and trial. He can take the media hits he might get and won't to off the handle publicly or ruin the locker room. He could weather losing the first 3 or 4 games and not cave, just double down on film study and prep and workouts and come out swinging. He is no shrinking violet.

If you are talking about pocket presence against the pass rush, that is completely different. He often leaves a clean pocket under perceived pressure that isn't yet there. I don't know if that is from taking a beating his first few years or from taking a beating from early coaches about his play, or if he was that way in college. I have no clue.

Alex has great mental fortitude but that doesn't translate to pocket presence. Maybe Andy Reid will find the magic button, but I can't see it happening after 8 years.
Its from being a bad QB.

There is a reason why some are good and some are not. It mostly has to do with playing the game when things break down. This is Smith's greatest flaw.
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Old 03-07-2013, 10:59 PM   #4224
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This. And if they are full-retard set on maintaining our longstanding tradition of suck at the QB position, just trade the **** OUT and get that second back with as much compensation as possible. **** me.
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If they are gonna roll with Alex Smith as the two year starter (which is somewhat obvious) then they are declaring themselves in win now mode.

If that's the case, trade back to 9 and get Revis and use the pick on a pass rusher.

Lets try to hold teams to 14 or less.

Get a WR in the third and sign a safety in free agency and fire up the BBQ.
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Old 03-07-2013, 10:59 PM   #4225
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The point is that all hope is not lost.

Do you think that Giants or Cards fans were bummed out those years?
No, bc they trusted there QBs to win games when need be.
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http://www.teamrankings.com/nfl/stat...ate=2007-02-05

In 2008 with hill we were 22nd in 3rd down conversions.

With Smith....32, 29, 29. 28. 30, etc


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Old 03-07-2013, 11:01 PM   #4227
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That is 2 different things. Alex is mentally very tough. He can take adversity and trial. He can take the media hits he might get and won't to off the handle publicly or ruin the locker room. He could weather losing the first 3 or 4 games and not cave, just double down on film study and prep and workouts and come out swinging. He is no shrinking violet.

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Alex has great mental fortitude but that doesn't translate to pocket presence. Maybe Andy Reid will find the magic button, but I can't see it happening after 8 years.
The part in bold is what I was referring to. You aren't giving me hope.
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Old 03-07-2013, 11:01 PM   #4228
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I just have a hard time believing that Reid and Dorsey agreed to form Voltron in Kansas City and that their first move is to pass on all college quarterbacks in he first two rounds and to trade two extremely valuable picks for a game manager...especially when Andy Reid said he wants a quarterback that can win games for him, not just a game manager.

It just doesn't add up.

These guys have to have a better plan in place than Alex Smith to fix the quarterback position in KC and give us hope on a championship sometime in the next ten years.
It doesn't add up, and it's baffling as all ****. No "developmental" third round flyer is worth two shits in this draft. The "developmental" prospects are up top or very close to it. Something ain't right in River City...
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If they draft Geno, I'm callin g him the black lion.
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And the sad part is is that he's best QB the Chiefs have had since 2001.
Now Alex Smith is better than Trent Green?

Have you lost your ****ing mind?
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