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View Poll Results: Pick ONE long snapper to make the all-decade team
James Winchester - 80 games played 57 80.28%
Thomas Gafford - 80 games played 13 18.31%
Write-In Vote Below. (Hint: there are no other options besides Winchester and Gafford.) 1 1.41%
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Old 02-13-2020, 11:15 AM  
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Chiefs All-Decade Team - Long Snappers

With the end of the decade, it's time for us to select our all-decade team for the 2010s. Credit to Direckshun for the idea; I'm just implementing it.

Here are the rules:

1. I'll put up lists of position groups one at a time.

2. Each list will contain guys who had at least one notable stat line in their career. I'll generally put them in descending order of some key stat.

3. The stats will contain ONLY their body of work between 2010 and 2019 for the Chiefs. No pre-2010 stats and no stats for other teams.

4. The number of roster spots will be the same as the number of roster spots on the 2019 Super Bowl roster for the Chiefs.

5. You can use whatever criteria you want to select the team. It can be total stats for the decade, it can be dominance in a shorter period, it can be playmakers who didn't screw up badly, whatever. It's your call. Feel free to use any criteria not listed in your decision. For example, if you know that Terrance Copper was an amazing blocker, you can build that into your decision.

6. In a subsequent poll we will determine which players are the starters on the all-decade team. In the first round, you're just going to fill the 53-man roster.

Our next position group is long snappers. ONE long snapper will make the all-decade team. So pick ONE long snapper.

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Old 02-13-2020, 11:19 AM   #2
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I'm randomly picking the order positions to post, by the way.

This is a tough one. I feel like Gafford may have been slightly better on snap quality, but Winchester is a bit better on punt coverage. I feel like I see Winchester down near the ball a lot on punts.
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Old 02-13-2020, 11:25 AM   #4
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One has a ring. I don’t remember bad snaps from either.
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Old 02-13-2020, 11:34 AM   #5
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Old 02-13-2020, 11:35 AM   #6
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I actually remember some fumble recoveries and at least one forced fumble by Winchester.
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Old 02-13-2020, 11:41 AM   #7
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Kendall Gammon did you forget? Also Bobby Bell long snapped for punter Jerrol Wilson and I think if I remember even field goals.
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Kendall Gammon did you forget? Also Bobby Bell long snapped for punter Jerrol Wilson and I think if I remember even field goals.
Reading comprehension must not be your strong suit.
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He must have read that as ALL THE DECADES team
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I voted Gafford simply because of the issues we saw with Winchester this year (Titans regular season game!).
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I actually remember some fumble recoveries and at least one forced fumble by Winchester.
That's what tilted my vote to Winchester. He's always around the ball on punt returns, it seems. And while I think his snaps have a wider radius of error than Gafford's, a good holder like Colquitt can keep it from being a problem.
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I voted Gafford simply because of the issues we saw with Winchester this year (Titans regular season game!).
Same here. Seems like there were a few bad snaps by him this year, including the Houston playoff game.
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I'm voting Winchester for one reason only.

His bad snap in the Titans game allowed us to snag Suggs on waivers and set the AFC playoff seeding so that we would eventually get HFA and the AFCCG at Arrowhead.

The **** up that wasn't.
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Frankly, i don't remember anything about G so i'm going W.
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