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View Poll Results: So, what are our chances of winning the division?
Less than 1 percent 42 19.44%
1-10 percent 65 30.09%
10-40 percent 69 31.94%
40-60 percent 21 9.72%
60-90 percent 5 2.31%
90+ BRONCOS ARE FRAUDS 14 6.48%
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Old 09-06-2013, 12:09 AM  
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So, what are our chances of winning the division?

Did you see that juggernaut out there?

That Denver team is way better than last year's version. Manning is better. Their receivers are better. Without three of their most important defenders from last season, the Donkey defense turned Joe Flacco into a shit-eating rape monkey.

That team is a serious Super Bowl contender.

What are we?
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Old 09-06-2013, 09:33 AM   #121
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So your entire argument hinges on the idea that Palmer > Alex Smith.

no, that's actually just the easiest way to break your statement regarding Alex Smith's "indisputability."

I don't even know what your arbitrary criteria are for making that claim, but I'm assuming a veteran qb who has played at a high level? Possibly was a high draft pick? Palmer fits all of those, and has thrown for more yards and tds in his career.

**** palmer.
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Old 09-06-2013, 09:33 AM   #122
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? We invested in a respectable civic, while our neighbors fine tuned their mercedes.
We were in the Manning sweepstakes, were we not.

Then why are we giving the Broncos credit for getting him, and we're shit on for settling for whatever else we can get? Both teams tried to do the same thing, did we not?
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Old 09-06-2013, 09:36 AM   #123
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The point is: Alex Smith was a waste of our time. He's not getting past Manning.

We should have invested in a QB who had a chance to be good post-Manning.
Could Smith stabilize our QB position, allowing our offense to develop until we can find a QB in the first round we actually like?

Could that be an option?
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Old 09-06-2013, 09:36 AM   #124
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no, that's actually just the easiest way to break your statement regarding Alex Smith's "indisputability."
Welp, safe to say you missed.
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Old 09-06-2013, 09:37 AM   #125
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Donks have the division (and subsequent yearly one-and-done playoff choke) on lock until Peyton retires. Then the Chiefs have a short window to win it in between Peyton's retirement and the rise of the Clowney/Jameis Winston dynasty in San Diego.
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Could Smith stabilize our QB position, allowing our offense to develop until we can find a QB in the first round we actually like?

Could that be an option?
That's exactly the case IF Alex doesn't work out.
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That's exactly the case IF Alex doesn't work out.
What does Alex Smith "working out" look like?

The day he was brought in, Dorsey called him a stabilizer.
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We were in the Manning sweepstakes, were we not.

Then why are we giving the Broncos credit for getting him, and we're shit on for settling for whatever else we can get? Both teams tried to do the same thing, did we not?
But...but...but...he's still gonna visit KC....
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Could Smith stabilize our QB position, allowing our offense to develop until we can find a QB in the first round we actually like?

Could that be an option?
When is that gonna happen? We've been saying that exact same thing for decades. We just need to develop all the other positions on the team to perfection and then we can find the perfect qb later! That's a completely ass-backwards approach to the most important position in professional sports.

Besides, we only like quarterbacks if they're mediocre castoffs from San Fran.
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I have a better chance of hooking up & making porn with Jill Kelly then the Chiefs have of winning this division
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Could Smith stabilize our QB position, allowing our offense to develop until we can find a QB in the first round we actually like?

Could that be an option?
See Cassel, Matt.
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What does Alex Smith "working out" look like?

The day he was brought in, Dorsey called him a stabilizer.

Working means getting the Chiefs where they want to go. You need take the word "stabilizer" in full context. At the time, the Chiefs Offense was a joke. First you "stabilize" things. If Alex holds the offense back, he'll be replaced.
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It's REALLY hard to put something at a less than 1 percent chance, especially in sports when anything can happen.

At this point in the season, even the Raiders have a greater than 1 percent chance of winning the division.

So I said we have a 1-10 percent chance of winning the division.
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Peyton looked great, but you know what didnt? Their run game is much much weaker than the Chiefs.


Come on. Who cares? This is 2013, not 1991.
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