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Old 04-17-2017, 02:02 PM  
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Chiefs focused on Mahomes, McCaffrey, and Cunningham in RD1

SEE POST #11 FIRST

... the word in the Chiefs building is that they would like to trade up for QB Patrick Mahomes or RB Christian McCaffrey in the first round. If this falls through, he said they like ILB Zach Cunningham a lot as well.

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Old 04-17-2017, 04:25 PM   #76
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I'm in the minority on McCaffrey. I think he's perfect for Andy's offense. That said, I would only want to move up for a QB.
I think he's perfect for the offense too. Quick RB with pass catching ability is perfect.
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Old 04-17-2017, 04:31 PM   #77
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Dalvin Cook had 79 catches for 935 yards.

Faster than McCaffrey, better stats.
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Old 04-17-2017, 04:33 PM   #78
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There seems to be too much smoke out there about the chiefs liking mahomes for it to be true. Dorsey and company seem to play it pretty close to 5he vest on who they'll be taking.
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Old 04-17-2017, 04:33 PM   #79
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Stats can be deceiving

If you watched McNabb back in the day, you would have seen him playing sandlot football.

**** the play, **** the progressions ... McNabb just held the ball and ran around until he could chuck it deep. Most plays were nothing more than McNabb in one big scramble drill.

IMO That was part of the reason why Reid traded McNabb in the end. Reid hated that McNabb just told him to **** off and did what he wanted to.

As soon as McNabb was forced into a real offense he turned to complete shit.
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Old 04-17-2017, 04:34 PM   #80
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Dalvin Cook had 79 catches for 935 yards.

Faster than McCaffrey, better stats.
Injuries and fumbles are a big concern with Cook
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Old 04-17-2017, 04:36 PM   #81
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I think he's perfect for the offense too. Quick RB with pass catching ability is perfect.
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Old 04-17-2017, 04:36 PM   #82
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Who are those viable QB's we passes on?
Bridgewater and Carr right off the top of my head
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Old 04-17-2017, 04:37 PM   #83
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McCaffery would be a great fit, but Cook would be better.

Mahomes has been 100% my pick all year, before he became a first round QB.
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Old 04-17-2017, 04:39 PM   #84
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McCaffrey is nothing like McCluster at all, zero comparison there.


He's the son of a Bronco so **** him, but he's nothing like McCluster, Dat or any of the other gadgety scrubs we've signed.
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Old 04-17-2017, 04:40 PM   #85
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Stats can be deceiving

If you watched McNabb back in the day, you would have seen him playing sandlot football.

**** the play, **** the progressions ... McNabb just held the ball and ran around until he could chuck it deep. Most plays were nothing more than McNabb in one big scramble drill.

IMO That was part of the reason why Reid traded McNabb in the end. Reid hated that McNabb just told him to **** off and did what he wanted to.

As soon as McNabb was forced into a real offense he turned to complete shit.
McNabb 'turned to complete shit' because he was in Washington where everything turned to complete shit and he was ancient.

McNabb's sandlot football went to 4 AFC championship games while Alex Smith can't beat a team that scores zero touchdowns at home. I'll take McNabb over Smith every time and at this point, frustrations aside, I believe Reid would as well.

There's no way he's not !@#$ing tired of this. For all you say about him being older and not wanting to deal with the headache, the guy KNOWS his place in the NFL pantheon of all-time coaches depends on a Super Bowl. If he wins a championship, he becomes a top 10 guy in the eyes of many. He probably goes to the HOF.

He'll have the W%, raw victories and championship he needs to be in the conversation with all but maybe 2-3 guys in NFL history. He NEEDS this championship to have a legacy that matters. He knows it.

He's not going to ride or die with this chickenshit forever. If Mahomes gets to 16, he's a Chief.
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Stats can be deceiving
No. This is a straight drop with no ad libbing, and a called 9 route. In fact, it's TWO 9 routes from the outside receivers.



It's a ****ing lie that Reid doesn't have a deep component in his offense.
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No. This is a straight drop with no ad libbing, and a called 9 route. In fact, it's TWO 9 routes from the outside receivers.



It's a ****ing lie that Reid doesn't have a deep component in his offense.
Reid is not Bill Walsh. Give him outside threats and he uses them.

He's not going down with the SS Alex. I don't believe it for a minute.
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McNabb 'turned to complete shit' because he was in Washington where everything turned to complete shit and he was ancient.

McNabb's sandlot football went to 4 AFC championship games while Alex Smith can't beat a team that scores zero touchdowns at home. I'll take McNabb over Smith every time and at this point, frustrations aside, I believe Reid would as well.

There's no way he's not !@#$ing tired of this. For all you say about him being older and not wanting to deal with the headache, the guy KNOWS his place in the NFL pantheon of all-time coaches depends on a Super Bowl. If he wins a championship, he becomes a top 10 guy in the eyes of many. He probably goes to the HOF.

He'll have the W%, raw victories and championship he needs to be in the conversation with all but maybe 2-3 guys in NFL history. He NEEDS this championship to have a legacy that matters. He knows it.

He's not going to ride or die with this chickenshit forever. If Mahomes gets to 16, he's a Chief.
We certainly will see.

If we pass on a QB this year then you will have your answer.
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We certainly will see.

If we pass on a QB this year then you will have your answer.
Depends on the draft board - Watson is just Chocolate Smith, IMO. And Kizer appears to not justify the risk, though I could see us jumping at 27.

But if Mahomes or Trubisky are sitting there within feasible trade-up range and we don't pull the trigger, you'll be right.
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