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View Poll Results: How much is Alex worth?
A high first rounder plus more picks/a player 8 6.06%
A high first rounder 18 13.64%
A low first rounder 26 19.70%
A 2nd rounder 49 37.12%
A 3rd rounder 22 16.67%
A 4th rounder 6 4.55%
He wouldn't get us anything better than a 5th 1 0.76%
I think Veach will try to pull off a player-for-player trade of some type because I'm a ****ing weirdo 2 1.52%
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Old 10-23-2017, 05:55 PM  
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What will the Chiefs receive if they decide to trade Alex Smith this offseason?

Opinions range all over the place on this issue, and rather than clutter up threads with my staunch disagreement with some folks, I figured a poll on this issue would be the best way to figure out the overall pulse.

If you think he'd net us something that's not listed on here (like 2 2nd round picks or something like that) then do your best to estimate what that approximate value would be.

Poll forthcoming
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Old 10-23-2017, 05:56 PM   #2
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Old 10-23-2017, 05:59 PM   #3
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If he continues to play well enough to warrant high draft picks he won't be going anywhere.
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Old 10-23-2017, 06:01 PM   #4
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A 34-year-old QB owed $17 million with one year of control left. You aren't getting a ton for that. There are only so many Rick Spielman-level morons out there.
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Old 10-23-2017, 06:02 PM   #5
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If he continues to play well enough to warrant high draft picks he won't be going anywhere.
If he warrants high draft picks all the more reason trade him.
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Old 10-23-2017, 06:08 PM   #6
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Who would conceivably trade for Smith?

Buffalo, Miami, NYJ, Jax, Denver, Arizona, SF, Minnesota, Cleveland, Cincinnati

That assumes that Buffalo will cut bait with Tyrod Taylor
Miami would have to give up on Tannehill, which is possible, but unlikely.
The Jets are possible trade partners, but that FO is likely getting shitcanned after this year
Denver: The odds of a trade within the division are pretty low, but Reid did it once before
Jacksonville seems like an ideal candidate, but they're a year away from being a year away.
Cleveland is likely to draft a QB high, as they've already ruined any promise Kizer may have had by rushing him, and they have a boatload of picks.
Cincinnati can get out of Dalton's contract this offseason, so that's a possibility.
Shanahan may have his eyes on Cousins, which opens up Washington as a trade possibility.
Minnesota depends on Bridgewater's recovery.


It probably comes down to Arizona, SF/Wash, and Jacksonville
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Old 10-23-2017, 06:12 PM   #7
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If the Jags sneak into the playoffs this year without Bortles suddenly emerging as a real QB, I bet they'd be willing to pay.
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Old 10-23-2017, 06:12 PM   #8
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If alex can set his new play as a standard until he retires - I would like to see him with Jacksonville. Instant contender with that defense and wr corps
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Old 10-23-2017, 06:19 PM   #9
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Who would conceivably trade for Smith?

Buffalo, Miami, NYJ, Jax, Denver, Arizona, SF, Minnesota, Cleveland, Cincinnati

That assumes that Buffalo will cut bait with Tyrod Taylor
Miami would have to give up on Tannehill, which is possible, but unlikely.
The Jets are possible trade partners, but that FO is likely getting shitcanned after this year
Denver: The odds of a trade within the division are pretty low, but Reid did it once before
Jacksonville seems like an ideal candidate, but they're a year away from being a year away.
Cleveland is likely to draft a QB high, as they've already ruined any promise Kizer may have had by rushing him, and they have a boatload of picks.
Cincinnati can get out of Dalton's contract this offseason, so that's a possibility.
Shanahan may have his eyes on Cousins, which opens up Washington as a trade possibility.
Minnesota depends on Bridgewater's recovery.


It probably comes down to Arizona, SF/Wash, and Jacksonville
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Arians tried to trade for Alex in 2013. Palmer is most likely done.

And why wouldn't the Jags want him? They have all the pieces outside of QB now to be a solid playoff team and Coughlin will be 72 next season.

I think it's completely fair to receive a 2nd round pick for the guy. New team can extend him.
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Old 10-23-2017, 06:35 PM   #10
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If alex plays at this level the whole season would you really want to trade that away for someone that is forsure cheaper but a question mark and based on potential?
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Old 10-23-2017, 06:40 PM   #11
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Who would conceivably trade for Smith?

Buffalo, Miami, NYJ, Jax, Denver, Arizona, SF, Minnesota, Cleveland, Cincinnati

That assumes that Buffalo will cut bait with Tyrod Taylor
Miami would have to give up on Tannehill, which is possible, but unlikely.
The Jets are possible trade partners, but that FO is likely getting shitcanned after this year
Denver: The odds of a trade within the division are pretty low, but Reid did it once before
Jacksonville seems like an ideal candidate, but they're a year away from being a year away.
Cleveland is likely to draft a QB high, as they've already ruined any promise Kizer may have had by rushing him, and they have a boatload of picks.
Cincinnati can get out of Dalton's contract this offseason, so that's a possibility.
Shanahan may have his eyes on Cousins, which opens up Washington as a trade possibility.
Minnesota depends on Bridgewater's recovery.


It probably comes down to Arizona, SF/Wash, and Jacksonville
LA/San Diego Chargers might be in play if Rivers hangs it up. I could see Smith being okay with that scenario too. Decent team, back home.
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Old 10-23-2017, 06:41 PM   #12
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If alex plays at this level the whole season would you really want to trade that away for someone that is forsure cheaper but a question mark and based on potential?
Yes. He's better than Watson. Watson is doing fine.
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Old 10-23-2017, 06:45 PM   #13
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If alex plays at this level the whole season would you really want to trade that away for someone that is forsure cheaper but a question mark and based on potential?


Yes because being a scared of success chiefs fan era is about over.

There’s still plenty of question marks with smith. His playoff record is ass, He folds like a cheap lawn chair in the playoffs.

Unless he changes his past playoff history. Nothing changes
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Yes. He's better than Watson. Watson is doing fine.
Yes but Kizer and Trubisky are trash
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Old 10-23-2017, 06:49 PM   #15
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If alex plays at this level the whole season would you really want to trade that away for someone that is forsure cheaper but a question mark and based on potential?
Yep, and use that pick on some defensive help, LB, Corner, Dl, take your pick!
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