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Old 12-12-2011, 03:49 PM  
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Time to douse Hamas with his idiotic past statements and watch him rot and burn

Hamas jacking off at the thought of Brodie Croyle as the Chiefs QBOTF:

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Just give up on the QB after 6 ****ing starts. Seriously, noone has the patience to wait and let a QB go through growing pains. Yeah, the year has sucked. So ****in' what. We've had a year like this coming for a long time.

Manning threw 28 picks and danced around like pirouetting bitch his first year. Croyle won't be Manning, but this talk of we need to draft a QB in the first and/or bring in a free agent is absolute insanity.

Give him a full year of starting, and if he sucks, then we can go after a QB. It's not like quarterback is the missing link on this team, we have holes at about 15 of 22 positions.

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Peyton Manning wasn't made of glass.....

Croyle has been starting less than half a season and that's 2 games already....I don't think Croyle could ever play 16 games. If you can show me an injury prone QB that won something I'd like to see it.

Just give him time. They are handling him with the softest of kid gloves right now
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He missed one game. If we are giving up on the kid this soon we will never have a shot in hell of being a successful franchise. It was a bruised kidney, and Herm wasn't going to expose him to that pass rush whilst banged up.

This intemperance is what allows a goon like Carl to still be employed.
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Croyle will make mistakes, but Huard isn't exactly giving us Montana-like precision either. We have two options in the passing game, which is perfect for a young QB. If he can't find D-Bowe or Tony, he can check down, and his arm and legs allow us to do things we can't with Huard.

If we can let Brodie be a game-managing QB this year (which is essentially what Huard is), then we might be able to be competitive for several years
Hamas apparently also has eternal boners for other shitty QB's as well...

Chase Daniel:

http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=173717

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Emphasis on "poor man's". I doubt he'll ever be a Pro-Bowl player, but he does seem to have a similar skill set. He's a short QB who is pretty mobile and has a very accurate arm. He has acceptable arm strength, and seems to be a student of the game.

Discuss.
And most recently, Hamas credited Palko with "trying to be a QB".

Link: http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showp...&postcount=181

I guess this is like crediting Hamas girlfriend with "trying to be thin"? Or "trying to be attractive"? Or "trying to be a female"?

Let's recap... pimping Brodie Croyle, Chase Daniel and Tyler Palko?



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Old 12-14-2011, 12:20 PM   #541
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Old 12-14-2011, 12:22 PM   #542
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Old 12-14-2011, 12:26 PM   #543
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Old 12-14-2011, 12:26 PM   #544
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Help me understand why it's ok for you to pancake between various ideas, using editorial history.
I'll ask you the same thing.

Just as you are giving shit to people in your "I Demand an Apology" thread who wanted Cassel/McDaniels/Pioli back in 2008, why don't you deserve the same level of shit in return for all the dumb predictions/statements you made (Brodie Croyle, Chase Daniel, Vernon Gholston, etc.)?

What is the difference?
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Old 12-14-2011, 12:28 PM   #545
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I'll ask you the same thing.

Just as you are giving shit to people in your "I Demand an Apology" thread who wanted Cassel/McDaniels/Pioli back in 2008, why don't you deserve the same level of shit in return for all the dumb predictions you made?

What is the difference?
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Old 12-14-2011, 12:29 PM   #546
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Yes, that Roy Williams:

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If Detroit has the #1 overall pick, I'd make that trade in a heart beat. Packaging LJ and some other players/draft picks for the #1 overall pick and say Roy Williams and a 3rd rounder would be huge for the Chiefs. They could finally get their QBOTF in Brady Quinn and have him sit behind Trent for a season or two, and they'd get a big time playmaker at WR in Roy Williams.

Also Detroit of all those teams would be the perfect place to trade LJ if the Chiefs are going to trade him because you'd get him out of the AFC
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Meanwhile David Carr and Brady Quinn both were impressive this weekend. Just an FYI
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I'd love to see Carr in a Chiefs uniform. I have always thought he is a smart, accurate QB who has played behind a horrible offensive line in Houston with a lack of a consistent running game.
Looks like the glove is on the other hand now.
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Old 12-14-2011, 12:33 PM   #547
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Old 12-14-2011, 12:34 PM   #548
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I'll ask you the same thing.

Just as you are giving shit to people in your "I Demand an Apology" thread who wanted Cassel/McDaniels/Pioli back in 2008, why don't you deserve the same level of shit in return for all the dumb predictions/statements you made (Brodie Croyle, Chase Daniel, Vernon Gholston, etc.)?

What is the difference?
A primer:

1) You're reflecting, but I'll indulge anyway
2) I made a very bold prediction about Chase Daniel, saying he would be a very poor man's Jeff Garcia. Clearly that equates with drafting Brady Quinn #1 overall or trading a #1 overall pick for a 30+ year old McNabb in 2007
3) I admitted in that very thread that I apologized for Gholston etc. It's in the OP. If you knew how to write, you'd have heard that.
4) Many posters, Laz, et. al, said that some of us should be posting apology threads shortly after the MNF win in Week 1 of 2010. That thread was a parity of those posts.
5) I rent up to my mistakes and acknowledge them, and make fun of myself for them. You act like a circle lawyer.
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Old 12-14-2011, 12:39 PM   #549
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...the only true gotcha in this thread is that when people hoping something good from players doesn't pan out, is that it's perceived as some sign of dumbassery.

...if it was all that easily predicktable, this sight wouldn't even excyst.
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I already responded to that.

I made it clear earlier in this thread that I advocated for McDaniels/Pioli/Cassel to KC back in 2008.

Going back in time, under the same circumstances with McDaniels coordinating one of the best offenses in NFL history, with Cassel producing a Pro Bowl-caliber season, with Pioli's multiple NFL Executive of the Year awards on his resume I would do the same thing.

Back in 2008, there was good reason to want all three in KC... especially given the Herm/Carl/Thigpen/Croyle fiasco.

On the other hand, pimping the likes of Brodie Croyle, Chase Daniel, etc. was dumb from the start. There was never any basis to think any of these guys were NFL caliber QB's.

Hamas thought otherwise.
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