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Old 07-05-2013, 11:21 PM  
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Jaworski rates Chiefs QB at No. 20 among NFL starters

Jaworski rates Chiefs QB at No. 20 among NFL starters

The Kansas City Star
Former NFL quarterback-turned-broadcaster Ron Jaworski ranks new Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith No. 20 among the NFL's 32 starting quarterbacks.

That's according to Jaworski's ratings on ESPN's MediaZone site, transcribed from his three-minute daily segments dubbed "Jaws' QB Countdown" on SportsCenter and NFL Live.

Smith, of course, was acquired in a trade from San Francisco this offseason, and has yet to throw a pass in Kansas City (aside from OTAs, that is).

Here are some excerpts from Jaworski's evaluation of Smith:

“A year ago, Smith was coming off his best season in the NFL, having led the 49ers to the NFC Championship. This year, he’s the starting quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs. It was a great move by (Chiefs coach) Andy Reid to acquire Smith.

“The defining element of Smith’s play is efficiency. He executes the offense the way it’s designed, and he makes very few mistakes. Last season – for the second year in a row – he was exceptional on first down. In 2012 he led the NFL in first-down passing, with a quarterback rating of 119. Much of it came off play-action, or in the case of the 49ers, hard run-action out of base personnel. There was no better play-action quarterback last season than Smith. He had a quarterback rating of over 132.

“Smith has been outstanding out of multiple tight end personnel over the last couple of seasons. No quarterback has thrown the ball more with three tight ends on the field. You don’t see that very often in today’s NFL.

“This play was beautifully designed with all three tight ends to the same side. First, look at the impact of the run-action on the two linebackers and the safety. This was hard run-action. Then you see that Delanie Walker’s vertical route occupied the corner. That left Vernon Davis matched on a safety, a safety that initially reacted to run. He had no chance on Davis’ wheel route.

“One area Smith improved in 2012 was in the pre-snap phase of the game. He was much better at the line of scrimmage checking and audibling.

“It will be interesting to see what Andy Reid does in Kansas City. Don’t be surprised if he turns Smith loose a little bit and features an up-tempo offense with an emphasis on quick throws. Remember, Alex Smith played for Urban Meyer at Utah.”

Other QB's that Jaworski has analyzed so far:

No. 32 Matt Flynn

No. 31 Jake Locker

No. 30 Kevin Kolb

No. 29 Chad Henne

No. 28 Mark Sanchez

No. 27 Christian Ponder

No. 26 Brandon Weeden

No. 25 Michael Vick

No. 24 Ryan Tannehill

No. 23 Carson Palmer

No. 22 Sam Bradford

No. 21 Josh Freeman
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Old 07-09-2013, 06:21 PM   #376
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Smith is definitely in the group of Schaub, etc.

He's today's Trent Dilfer.


He's in the group with Schaub regarding being injury prone. Otherwise, not even close.

In the 3 seasons Schaub has played all 16 games, he's thrown for at LEAST 4,008 yards and as much as 4,770.

In the 2 seasons Smith has played all 16 games his highest yardage total was 3,144.

One guy can stretch the field, and one guy can't.
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Old 07-09-2013, 06:26 PM   #377
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He's in the group with Schaub regarding being injury prone. Otherwise, not even close.

In the 3 seasons Schaub has played all 16 games, he's thrown for at LEAST 4,008 yards and as much as 4,770.

In the 2 seasons Smith has played all 16 games his highest yardage total was 3,144.

One guy can stretch the field, and one guy can't.

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Old 07-09-2013, 06:27 PM   #378
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He's in the group with Schaub regarding being injury prone. Otherwise, not even close.

In the 3 seasons Schaub has played all 16 games, he's thrown for at LEAST 4,008 yards and as much as 4,770.

In the 2 seasons Smith has played all 16 games his highest yardage total was 3,144.

One guy can stretch the field, and one guy can't.


Dude I see Schaub every home game because I shoot it.

Schaub ****ing sucks the fans here hate him.

He's a checkdown master and Kubiak gives him NO leeway to call audibles, etc.

He throws jump balls and check downs.

When was the last time you saw a highlight with Schaub throwing bombs.

Never.
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Old 07-09-2013, 06:27 PM   #379
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Old 07-09-2013, 06:28 PM   #380
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Alex Smith is in the group that has guys like Kyle Orton in it.

Nothing else.

Oh, Kyle Orton actually has 3 winning seasons to his credit instead of 1...and has 11 career 300-yard games instead of 3...

Carry on!
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Old 07-09-2013, 06:30 PM   #381
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When was the last time you saw a highlight with Schaub throwing bombs.
Do you not watch the NFL or something?



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Old 07-09-2013, 06:30 PM   #382
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Alex Smith is in the group that has guys like Kyle Orton in it.

Nothing else.

Oh, Kyle Orton actually has 3 winning seasons to his credit instead of 1...and has 11 career 300-yard games instead of 3...

Carry on!
What does it mean if I miss Kyle? Do you think Dallas would accept our 2nd next year for him?
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Old 07-09-2013, 06:32 PM   #383
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Yeah, you rack up 4,700 yards throwing check downs.

Holy Christ.
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Do you not watch the NFL or something?



The first gif just seems deep due to the last 5 years.I understand though.
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Yeah, you rack up 4,700 yards throwing check downs.
Duh, that's why Alrx and Cassel have 4700+ yard seasons.
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The first gif just seems deep due to the last 5 years.I understand though.
It's a pass over 20 yards - something Alex does a fraction over once per game.
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What does it mean if I miss Kyle? Do you think Dallas would accept our 2nd next year for him?
I wish Kyle Orton was still here, and was our stopgap until a "media and fanbase acceptable" first-round QB came available to us in the first round.
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The first gif just seems deep due to the last 5 years.I understand though.
That's the kind of throw Alex Smith NEVER makes.
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That's the kind of throw Alex Smith NEVER makes.
There are so many gifs I want to post but cant right now.
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Old 07-09-2013, 07:02 PM   #390
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Andre Johnson along with the play action off that awesome running game is more responsible for the Houston Texans deep passing game than Schaub.
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