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Old 03-08-2013, 07:30 AM  
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:09 AM   #31
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I'd rather Geno go somewhere we he has a chance to succeed and is supported by a fanbase that understands and values good QB play.
Haha

That's a little silly, don't ya think?
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:10 AM   #32
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I'd rather Geno go somewhere we he has a chance to succeed and is supported by a fanbase that understands and values good QB play.
Is he your kid or something?
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:11 AM   #33
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Haha

That's a little silly, don't ya think?
Nope.

When it comes to NFL football, the only thing I hate worse than the Kansas City Chiefs is their vast quantities of clueless fan-sheep.
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:11 AM   #34
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How many people do you really need to be there to look at a LT? But I guess if Reid and Dorsey aren't there that might mean something.
Truth. Everything they need to see is on tape.

He struggles with power and gets best inside a lot.

He is solid everywhere else.

Geno is every bit as good a quarterback as Joeckel is a left tackle.

Jmo though.
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:11 AM   #35
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Is he your kid or something?
Nope.

He's a pretty good QB prospect, nothing more.

Or LESS, regardless of what the sheep say.
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:12 AM   #36
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I'd rather Geno go somewhere we he has a chance to succeed and is supported by a fanbase that understands and values good QB play.
The fanbase might start to understand good QB play if they actually got to see it more often. It's like years and years of shit, oh look a few seconds at the end of montana's career, years and years of shit, oh look, a couple years with trent green, years and years of shit. And they never get to see anything but castoffs. I mean christ, people still think "Grbac vs Gannon" is some kind of definitive QB discussion, and not just a noodle-armed game manager versus what joe flacco would be with no guts or brains.
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Nope.

When it comes to NFL football, the only thing I hate worse than the Kansas City Chiefs is their vast quantities of clueless fan-sheep.
They don't know any better.

This fan base is the 300 pound 32 year old that eats a Big Mac meal every day for lunch and doesn't like fresh and healthy food because that's what they were brought up on and don't know any better.
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:14 AM   #38
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TThis fan base is the 300 pound 32 year old that eats a Big Mac meal every day for lunch and doesn't like fresh and healthy food because that's what they were brought up on and don't know any better.
I'm 39 now. Keep up.
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:14 AM   #39
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The fanbase might start to understand good QB play if they actually got to see it more often.
They aren't going to get to see it more often. Alex Smyth IS the Chiefs. And when he's done in 5 years, they'll get another retread.

The Chiefs perform a necessary function in the NFL.
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:16 AM   #40
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They aren't going to get to see it more often. Alex Smyth IS the Chiefs. And when he's done in 5 years, they'll get another retread.

The Chiefs perform a necessary function in the NFL.
Recycling is good for the environment. All this time the Chiefs were just being green. Who knew?
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They aren't going to get to see it more often. Alex Smyth IS the Chiefs. And when he's done in 5 years, they'll get another retread.

The Chiefs perform a necessary function in the NFL.
You make me sound well-adjusted parker.
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:16 AM   #42
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The fanbase might start to understand good QB play if they actually got to see it more often. It's like years and years of shit, oh look a few seconds at the end of montana's career, years and years of shit, oh look, a couple years with trent green, years and years of shit. And they never get to see anything but castoffs. I mean christ, people still think "Grbac vs Gannon" is some kind of definitive QB discussion, and not just a noodle-armed game manager versus what joe flacco would be with no guts or brains.
Pretty much.

All they know as "good times" for the Chiefs is "the line of fame" and a 78 year old Trent Green.

Or Joe Montana.

That's it.

The sad part is that with the top pick and a QB focused coaching staff, we are gonna go down the road again.
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:16 AM   #43
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Not to mention the fact that the Chiefs have a small contingent - nobody is trading up with a team that has made no effort to create the perception that they're actually interested in Joeckel.
I'd disagree with that.

Between going to pro days and how they've played signing their own players they've tried to create the "who knows what KC will do" atmosphere.

I don't think teams will bite, but KC is trying...
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I'd disagree with that.

Between going to pro days and how they've played signing their own players they've tried to create the "who knows what KC will do" atmosphere.

I don't think teams will bite, but KC is trying...
That's actually how i see it, too. I think trading for Smith limited their draft day trade options, because teams know they aren't going QB. Which, I think, in turn means the pick up for grabs is actually the one behind us. Teams just need to jump ahead of Oakland.
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The fanbase might start to understand good QB play if they actually got to see it more often. It's like years and years of shit, oh look a few seconds at the end of montana's career, years and years of shit, oh look, a couple years with trent green, years and years of shit. And they never get to see anything but castoffs. I mean christ, people still think "Grbac vs Gannon" is some kind of definitive QB discussion, and not just a noodle-armed game manager versus what joe flacco would be with no guts or brains.
We were hoodwinked.

In the regular season staunch Chiefs defenses shut down SB winning QB's consistently. It lead us to believe that our plan for success was spot on.

It was not. Proof it was not was those same QB's beating us once the post season started.

Year, after year, after year, top 5 QB's with below average teams knocked us out...
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