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Old 02-01-2013, 10:28 PM  
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KC Star: Clark looks forward to next season

Clark excited about an aggressive special teams that can win games and more:


http://www.kansascity.com/2013/02/01...s-forward.html

Chiefs chairman Hunt looks forward to next season


By RANDY COVITZ
The Kansas City Star

Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt is understandably pleased with the hirings of new head coach Andy Reid and general manager John Dorsey. After all, Hunt selected them.

But Hunt is equally excited with another new addition to the Chiefs coaching staff — special-teams coordinator Dave Toub.

“I think we really have a chance to take a step forward in special teams,” Hunt said Friday upon arriving in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII. “I grew up with the Chiefs during a period of time in the 1980s when Frank Gansz was the special-teams coach … widely regarded as one of the best in the league at that time and maybe one of the best ever.

“You can think back to some of those seasons in the ’80s, when we won a lot of games with special teams. Well, that’s the mentality that the team is going to have with the new leadership. It’s something Andy believes in. Instead of trying not to make mistakes, we’re going to go out on special teams and try to win football games.”

The Chiefs have not returned a kickoff for a touchdown since the 2009 season or a punt for a touchdown since the 2010 season opener.

Toub was a very well-regarded special-teams coach during his nine seasons with the Chicago Bears. Chicago’s Devin Hester became the NFL’s all-time leader in kick-return touchdowns with 18, including a record 12 punt returns.

After returning from the Senior Bowl last week, Reid, Dorsey and the new assistants have been poring over tapes of the Chiefs’ 2-14 season.

“Andy has been very consistent,” Hunt said. “He thinks we have a lot of talent on the football team. He clearly understands there are things that have to be fixed. We have to be better offensively. That’s going to start with the quarterback position. He has to have better play from the quarterback. That’s one of his main focuses right now and will be through the spring.”

When he was hired, Reid said he wanted to fully evaluate quarterbacks on the roster — Matt Cassel and Ricky Stanzi — before deciding on his next plan of action.

“He’s not made a decision on those guys,” Hunt said of Cassel, who lost his starting job to Brady Quinn last year, and Stanzi, who has yet to play in a game in two years. “He’ll have a chance later this spring to see them in person. He’s had a chance to look at them on tape. I know he’s spent a lot of time focused on the young quarterbacks who will come out in the draft as well as thinking about other possibilities as to how we can improve ourselves at that position.”

The Chiefs could take a quarterback with the first overall pick in the draft if they believe the right player is there.

“It’s exciting to have the No. 1 pick,” Hunt said. “We don’t ever want to have it again because of the season you have to have to get there. It creates a lot of possibilities for us. There’s probably not that franchise quarterback who will be sitting there like there was last year, but still, with that No. 1 pick, you have a lot of options in terms of trades or just taking a player who can really help you upgrade.”

Hunt, who lives in Dallas, said he pays more attention to the Chiefs than many people think.

“The last four or five years after my father passed away, I do spend a lot of my time, in that case speaking with the general manager … thinking through the strategy of who do we need to re-sign, how can we get better at this position?” he said.

Now, with both Reid and Dorsey reporting directly to him, Hunt plans to keep an even stronger pulse on the organization.

“With the change in our reporting structure,” Hunt said, “it will probably be more so because I’m having those conversations with both John and Andy. I want our fans to understand I care. There was a feeling in (Kansas City) that I didn’t care. Nothing could be further from the truth.”
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Old 02-02-2013, 09:58 AM   #76
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Are we possibly overanalyzing what Clark said and all he means is that they don't think anyone in this class is as good as RG3 or Luck, but that we might take a qb that..." or just taking a player who can really help you upgrade.”
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Old 02-02-2013, 09:59 AM   #77
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Are we possibly overanalyzing what Clark said and all he means is that they don't think anyone in this class is as good as RG3 or Luck, but that we might take a qb that..." or just taking a player who can really help you upgrade.”
People don't over analyze on CP.
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Old 02-02-2013, 10:00 AM   #78
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I looked at this a couple years ago and the odds of finding a franchise QB are about equal if you

a) draft a QB in the first round

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b) use all you picks in rounds 2 through 7 on QBs.

Rain Man did an analysis a few weeks ago about how often the first QB taken in the draft turns out to be the best QB in the draft. More often than not, it does. That means General managers possess some level of skill in judging which QB is the best. Since we have the first pick, we are in the unique position of having our choice of QBs. If we wait, or trade down, the chances are we will miss out on the best QB in this year's crop.

I mean exactly what is the brain trust's plan to get a franchise QB if they don't take one first overall this year? Will that plan give the Chiefs better odds of getting a franchise QB than simply doing the obvious thing of taking one with the first overall pick?
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Old 02-02-2013, 10:04 AM   #79
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It's one thing to sign an Alex Smith in free agency.

I don't like that move but that move alone won't have me jumping ship.

You use the most important 1st round draft pick (arguably) in the history of the franchise on a LT or ****ing D lineman and you might as well paint billboards that ****ing day that say "NEXT YEAR."
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Old 02-02-2013, 10:05 AM   #80
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Are we possibly overanalyzing what Clark said and all he means is that they don't think anyone in this class is as good as RG3 or Luck, but that we might take a qb that..." or just taking a player who can really help you upgrade.”
Is that even debatable?
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Old 02-02-2013, 10:09 AM   #81
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Is that even debatable?
I think he'd love to hear Phat Andy say he's in love with a QB at no 1.

I also think he's smart enough to be open to a retarded trade allowing us move down and still get our guy.

I don't think it will happen.

I don't think he believes it will happen.

But I think he's still playing the "meh" game at 1 in hopes someone will chug some purple drank on draft day...
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Old 02-02-2013, 10:19 AM   #82
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I think he'd love to hear Phat Andy say he's in love with a QB at no 1.

I also think he's smart enough to be open to a retarded trade allowing us move down and still get our guy.

I don't think it will happen.

I don't think he believes it will happen.

But I think he's still playing the "meh" game at 1 in hopes someone will chug some purple drank on draft day...
I agree. I think it would make Clark's year if he heard that from Andy. In the end I don't think the Chiefs know what they are doing yet. They still have to meet all the players ect. Everyone used to think Clark didn't give a **** and now what he says on the radio is taken as official front office belief.
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Old 02-02-2013, 10:37 AM   #83
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I looked at this a couple years ago and the odds of finding a franchise QB are about equal if you

a) draft a QB in the first round

or

b) use all you picks in rounds 2 through 7 on QBs.

Rain Man did an analysis a few weeks ago about how often the first QB taken in the draft turns out to be the best QB in the draft. More often than not, it does. That means General managers possess some level of skill in judging which QB is the best. Since we have the first pick, we are in the unique position of having our choice of QBs. If we wait, or trade down, the chances are we will miss out on the best QB in this year's crop.

I mean exactly what is the brain trust's plan to get a franchise QB if they don't take one first overall this year? Will that plan give the Chiefs better odds of getting a franchise QB than simply doing the obvious thing of taking one with the first overall pick?
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OK, you care about the Chiefs. I get that. You're a pretty well-informed fan and you have strong feelings about what they should do in the draft. I get that too.

But your post reeks of arrogance and self-delusion. You aren't part of a group of "men" who can tell Clark Hunt to back the ****. You don't have any work to do.

I want the Chiefs to draft Geno Smith. But I think Clark Hunt has done a hell of a job the last month of purging the cancer from the organization and hiring great people. Give him a little ****ing credit and don't act like a total douche if the Chiefs decide to pass on Geno Smith. I swear, I haven't seen a goup of posters so ****ing obsessed with a college quarterback since Mecca and the other drafturbaters swore up and down that the Chiefs were total ****ing morons for not drafting Mark Sanchez.

I forget, how is Sanchez working out again?

Geno Smith obviously has much better credentials and a much better skillset than Sanchez did. But he's not a sure thing. Lots of guys look like absolute studs running the spread offense in college, yet turn out to be busts.

Now go ahead and say you were simply speaking rhetorically and you don't personally believe that you as an individual are part of that group of men you referred to. That's obvious. I just get a little tired of the negativity around here sometimes. 100% negativity towards Scott "Team Killer" Polio is fine. He earned it. But Clark Hunt is busting his ass trying to do the right things, and he deserves better.
Go **** yourself.

It's not just Geno, you ****ing moron. I don't know how many times I have to state it on this ****ing place. Geno is MY preference. But I'm not going to lambast Reid and Dorsey if they take Wilson at #1. I'm also not going to be angry with Barkley. I'm trusting the braintrust of Reid + Dorsey to make the right call on the QB in this draft. We have the #1 overall pick, so I look forward to their pick of any QB in the draft.

It's been posted a billion times on this place the shitty draft value that is represented by taking a non QB in the top 10 of this draft. This is a putrid draft to do so, especially if you're the Chiefs who already have a LT and TWO good pass rushers. If the supposed "brilliant" NFL minds we hired at One Arrowhead pass on a QB and take Lotulelei or one of the DEs, I'll be ****ing pissed. If they draft a ****ing offensive lineman, I'll be LIVID. There is zero excuse for that kind of bone-headed bullshit. And I don't care WHO THE HELL is the #1 QB in that draft. It could be Landry ****ing Jones and nothing but OTs worth the #1 overall pick. That is inexcusable for any franchise.

And look, I'm pretty positive on the Reid hiring. A lot more than most people on here. He was my #1 coach that I wanted because he's such a QB guy. I'm VERY happy with the Dorsey hiring. But I don't know if these guys will work out. I was a guy who drank the Pioli kool-aid pretty hardcore in 2009, and my reward was Matt Cassel and Tyson ****ing Jackson. I'm not ****ing falling for that shit again. I can smell draft idiocy a mile away now. And if I get the faintest WHIFF of Cassel/Jackson idiocy, there's going to be hell to pay

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The Geno supporters have constantly been labeled as "Geno or bust" when it really isn't that way.
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I'll defer to Dorsey and Reid. For some reason I trust them. And I use to despise Clark Hunt. Not anymore. Let's see how this all plays out.
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We "deferred" to Polio too when he went with Cassel.
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I hear what you're saying PGM but I think this time Clark and company know they can and must hit a home run so to speak.
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We "deferred" to Polio too when he went with Cassel.
Who is Reid's Cassel? You know, the QB he'll stick with no matter how poorly be plays.
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