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Old 09-18-2012, 09:07 AM  
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Geno Smith fans roll call

NEW THREAD HEADER (11/17/12):

The list is gone. We will all be Geno Smith fans when he gets drafted by the Chiefs. For historical documentation's sake, I'll keep the list in a separate post on this thread: http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showp...postcount=3314

WHY GENO SMITH?
If you're wondering if Geno Smith is right for you, check out this brilliant post by Saccopoo:

http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showp...postcount=5388

Next, we have a few GIFs you may be interested in from the Oklahoma game. Insane potential. These are the elite throws that very few QBs can make. What more can I say? Geno Smith can be a franchise QB in the NFL, and the Chiefs need to take a shot on him.

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HOW DO WE GET HIM HERE?

Glad you asked. I posted this checklist earlier. It probably belongs in the thread header, and will be updated as the Chiefs close out their season and start a new chapter in their franchise story.

Preparing for Geno Smith's Arrival In KC Checklist

1. [X] Lose games and acquire the #1 overall pick
2. [X] Get Pioli and the Patriot Way cronies the **** out
3. [X] Hire new GM/coach

OPTIONAL (but highly recommended):
4. [ ] Re-sign/tag Bowe, who really wants to play in KC with Geno
5. [ ] Re-sign/tag Albert

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Old 10-12-2012, 09:13 AM   #1261
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:20 AM   #1262
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Geno Smith's passing prowess has not only caught the attention of opposing coaches and pro scouts, but now a Texas Tech human development professor is weighing in on the subject.

Alan Reifman, who wrote "Hot Hand: The Statistics Behind Sports Greatest Streaks," writes in his analysis that Smith has not thrown an interception since the fourth quarter of last year's win over South Florida, a streak that has gone 257 straight attempts. The NCAA record is 379 set by North Carolina State quarterback Russell Wilson between 2008-09.

Reifman writes that if Smith averages 40 passes per game, then he could break Wilson's record when the Mountaineers host Texas Christian on Nov. 3. Smith has thrown 15 interceptions in 1,151 attempts during his career. Reifman figures that given that about 1 percent of Smith's career passes have been picked off, there is about a 30 percent chance of Smith breaking the record by throwing another 122 passes without an interception.

"Some observers may question the value of attempts without an interception," Reifman concluded. "Under this metric, a quarterback receives credit for throwing the ball away when no receiver is open. I and others have tried to pinpoint the NCAA record for consecutive completions without an interception without getting a final resolution."

Smith, he says, is not far behind the leaders, according to his research. Those would be Wilson (220) and Andre Woodson, (223), who was a quarterback at Kentucky between 2004-07. Smith has 206 straight completions.

"I'm aware of it, but I don't think about it," Smith said. "I don't go out there and try not to throw interceptions."

Smith credits having receivers "who don't tip the ball in the air" and run strong routes as the reason for his success. But he said Texas Tech, the Mountaineers' opponent on Saturday, will make continuing that string tougher.

"They do a great job of making it tough on the quarterback," Smith said. "They do a great job of reading a quarterback's eyes and reacting to the ball."

West Virginia University coach Dana Holgorsen said the first step in ensuring the continuation of a streak is to not discuss it.

"I know it's his stat, but if you think he's the only one who can control that, you're nuts," Holgorsen said. "The protection (from the offensive line) has to be good. You have to be able to run the ball to take the heat off the quarterback. When the ball is up in the air, it's up to the receiver to attack it and make sure it's ours and not theirs."

Holgorsen said Smith will throw a pass that lands in the opponent's hands at some point during the season.

He just hopes it comes at a time that won't prevent a Mountaineer win.

"Geno's got a lot more on his plate than to worry about some silly little streak that doesn't mean anything," Holgorsen said. "The most important thing to Geno is winning the game."
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A preseason 2012 analysis on Geno Smith. (I understand that it's old hat, but it shows that he isn't some flash in the pan just because of this season.)

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Here's my preseason scouting report on the rapidly ascending draft prospect and potential Heisman Trophy winner, Geno Smith. Written and completed on July 25, the report that follows is based off of 2011 film and has yet to be adjusted for 2012 in-season play.

PLAYER COMPARISON
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers PROJ. DRAFT POSITION
First Round– Top 15
INJURY HISTORY
Broken foot suffered in 2010 offseason


CAREER ACOLADES
Parade HS AA, 2010 2nd Team All-Big East
2011 1st Team All-Big East, 2012 Orange Bowl MVP
2012 Preseason First Team All-Big 12
KEY STATS
Led Big East in passer efficiency rating in '10 & '11
2009: 65.3 comp. %, 309 yards, 1 TD-1 INT
2010: 64.8 comp. %, 2,763 yards, 24 TD-7 INT
2011: 65.8 comp. %, 4,385 yards, 31 TD-7 INT





Background/Character

An ESPN Top 150 prospect and Parade High School All-American, Geno Smith was a highly touted recruit coming out of high school. Rated as one of the top quarterbacks in the state of Florida, Smith participated in the Elite 11 quarterback camp prior to his senior season to both improve and showcase his skill level.

And while phenomenally talented, Smith's attention to detail and work ethic have helped him reach his full potential. Smith has run two entirely different offenses in each of his two years as a starter and remained ultra productive in each of those two seasons—starting 26 consecutive games from 2010 to 2011, Smith has compiled over 7,000 yards passing and 56 total touchdowns while throwing just 14 interceptions.

Dedicated to developing both the mental and physical sides of playing quarterback, he certainly has the makeup of a franchise quarterback. Over the past summer, Smith spent a week at the Manning Passing Academy, receiving advice and tips from pros.

The following week, he revisited the Elite 11 camp as a counselor, coaching young recruits from across the nation. I anticipate this prospect to shine brightly during NFL pre-draft interviews.



Athleticism

Long bodied with good core strength and the frame to add weight, Smith looks the part of a young NFL quarterback. At 6'3" and 214 pounds, Geno Smith could very well work his way into a solid 225- to 230-pound build in an NFL workout program.

Smith's foot-speed, coordination and athleticism can be seen through both his pocket mobility and running ability. Though not overpowering or overly explosive as a runner, the fluidity and smoothness of Smith's athletic ability can be seen with his pocket movements, ability to elude rushers and running ability to pick up first downs with his legs.

Likely to time in the mid 4.7's in the 40-yard dash, Smith has good speed to put NFL defenses in a run-pass bind.

The body control, balance and agility exhibited in the pocket are all plus attributes for Smith, as he has the ability to make things happen in tight spaces. In terms of coordination, this prospect also has shown the ability to adjust his arm slot in reaction to throwing lanes, as well as the ability to complete off-balance throws with defenders nearby.

This ability to operate in traffic as a quarterback is so important in the NFL, as defenses have ratcheted up blitz pressure more and more each year—Smith's unique athleticism fits right in with the NFL.



Passing Ability

Possessing an outstanding arm, Geno Smith is capable of making all the NFL throws with authority and zip, as the ball jumps off his hand with plus velocity.

An excellent anticipator, Smith gives his receiver the best opportunity to complete the catch, throwing away from defenders and preserving his receiver's momentum; specifically on drag routes, he dials down his velocity to give his receiver a catchable ball. Hitting his receivers right on the numbers, this quarterback earns high marks on accuracy for his elite ball control to all levels of the field.

He is most effective and accurate on curl throws outside the numbers, delivering the ball on time and on target; does an excellent job of placing these throws on his receivers outside shoulder, to allow a quick, upfield turn for yards after the catch.

Another throw that Smith excels at is the deep out to either the outside or the slot receiver.

Throwing from the far hash to far sideline, Smith has the rare ability to attack the all levels of the defense. Working to perfect his deep ball throws, Smith has spent training time this offseason with QB guru George Whitfield to maximize his arm talent and consistently beat defenses vertically.


Passing Technique

Tightly wound, compact and over the top with his throwing motion, Geno Smith gets the ball out fast and from an elevated arm slot to keep the ball from being batted down at the line of scrimmage.

Smooth and sudden from separation to delivery, these polished mechanics need no tweaking at the next level. Although there is a whipping windup to his delivery, it should not require correcting, as he is able to quickly rip the ball down field with no release issues.

Smith’s excellence out of the gun, in terms of reaching proper depth with his footwork, maintaining balance through his drop backs and suddenness within the pocket to buy time, will translate immediately to the next level.

By consistently getting good depth on his drop backs, Smith makes the most of his upfront protection.

His unique athleticism and movement skills within the pocket afford intermediate to deep route development, as he is able to avoid the rush and buy time inside or outside the pocket. Able to climb the pocket to avoid speed rushers, Smith more importantly, does an excellent job of keeping focus downfield and resetting his feet to throw.

Showcases plus footwork on designed rollouts, reaching ideal depth, attacking the line of scrimmage, and staying light on his feet.


Passing Instincts

Calm, cool, collected when forced to move off his spot and reset his feet, Smith's footwork and mechanics don’t break down under pressure, as his feet and shoulders continuously relocate and reset while scanning for open targets.

Smith’s ability to progress through multiple options without panicking enable routes to develop separation downfield and showcases his poise and patience in the pocket. He will confidently step up into throwing lanes, displaying awareness of the rush and pocket presence.

Reading and reacting to coverage post snap very well, Smith locates spots and holes in the defense, through which he releases the football with trust and anticipation to throw his receivers open.

Most impressive was Smith's use of eye-level and pump fakes to move the deep safety and manipulate downfield coverage. Against the nation's top-rated LSU Tigers, Smith's handling of complex pre-snap alignments and correct diagnosis at the line of scrimmage jumped off the tape and spoke volumes to his football IQ and deciphering ability.

With a year of experience in Dana Holgorsen's vaunted spread attack, expect continued progression with Smith's pass instincts.



Summary


If ball control is the measuring stick for accuracy, then Geno Smith by all means is a quarterback deserving of the highest accuracy marks. His receivers are rarely forced to break their stride on drags, digs, deep crossing patterns, posts or go routes, as Smith has both the arm talent to drive the ball downfield and the anticipation to lead his receivers with the throw.

Having the experience of throwing a multitude of NFL routes through just two years as a starter, as well as showing extreme efficiency in accurately throwing said routes, bodes well for this prospective NFL Draft prospect.

The biggest improvement in Geno Smith’s game, evident early and throughout the 2011 season, was his pocket presence. When forced to move off his spot and reset his feet in a collapsing pocket, Smith consistently kept his eye level downfield while avoiding the rush.

His patience and poise in a clean pocket, as well as his smooth elusiveness to slide and buy time adjust to a collapsing one, afforded his receivers the time necessary to continually create separation down the field, resulting in a more explosive pass offense.

Equally impressive is how polished and savvy Geno Smith has become as a quarterback. Facing a defense loaded with NFL talent in LSU, Smith proceeded to carve up the soon-to-be SEC West champions by utilizing deceptive eye level and pump fakes in order to manipulate the secondary.

The maturation process could be seen as the season went further and further along, as Smith improved each week in both his timing and command of the offense. In the previous four NFL Drafts, the Big 12 has produced a total of seven first-round draft choices.

As the draft season unfolds, I have a strong feeling Geno Smith will ascend rapidly up draft boards, as he possesses all the physical tools such as size, arm strength and athleticism, along with the polished footwork, high football IQ and mental makeup to succeed in the NFL.

Since his best games came against opponents such as LSU and Clemson, there’s no need to worry about a dip in production. I expect to see continued improvement with Geno Smith, as his work ethic is second to none.

Taking an outlook on the 2012 season, quarterback Geno Smith and head coach Dana Holgorsen could carve up defenses, much in the same way Baylor's quarterback Robert Griffin III and head coach Art Briles did in 2011.

In the second year of the Air Raid attack, Geno Smith will look to build on an already impressive resume.
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:50 AM   #1264
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4 months ago everyone was talking about what a great QB draft class this was going to be. 5 or so games into the college season and there is 1 man at the top and everyone else slipping and sliding.
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4 months ago everyone was talking about what a great QB draft class this was going to be. 5 or so games into the college season and there is 1 man at the top and everyone else slipping and sliding.
Yep. Such is life as a Chiefs fan.

In the year where it looks like there are tons of QBs, all of a sudden they all slide and put doubt in your mind and the only one left is going to demand the #1 overall pick.
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4 months ago everyone was talking about what a great QB draft class this was going to be. 5 or so games into the college season and there is 1 man at the top and everyone else slipping and sliding.
I still think it's a solid QB class, it's just that Geno Smith is that good. He's special and it's to the point where I and most others around here want someone special. The "risk" (as Pioli puts it) isn't great enough to give up the required draft picks to acquire a guy like Smith. The only risk is not making a move to get a player/quarterback of this caliber, especially when there is a lot of young talent on this team at a number of positions.

Would we be satisfied with a Barkley, Wilson, et al? Probably, but we are sick and tired of settling. Go up and get this guy - he's the real deal. Smith is one of those prodigy level, special players and, goddammit, we haven't had that guy ever in the draft and really only tried to draft that guy once in Blackledge. Right now, Smith's potential looks to be Aaron Rogers+ and he's got some better skills than Rogers did at the same stage. (Pocket presence, ball placement, timing)

However, the problem is, it's starting to turn into a Luck type of deal with Smith in that the team who is drafting first overall probably won't give up the pick no matter how many enticing trade offers they receive.

The only hope (and sure thing) at this point is that the Chiefs basically tank out the season and finish with the worst record in football. #1 overall pick, and a near guarantee that Pioli and his cronies are kicked to the curb. Either that or you hope that there are teams who simply need a defensive guy worse. But a team like the Saints would draft him and put him behind Brees (a la Green Bay when they picked Aaron Rogers).

Dan Snyder is crazy enough to give up a metric shit ton of picks to move up for a QBOTF. I'm not sure that many other guys, especially a new GM, would be willing to jeopardize his career on such a move. As it stands with the fans, not making the move for Smith would be the single biggest jeopardy that a GM would face here in Kansas City.
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This is going to be a great year to have a draft pick in the teens-to-20's. Lack of top end talent means great value in middle of 1st RD

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I went back and watched the WVU-Texas game this morning. Texas lost that game with their lack of offense at the end of the 4th

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Regarding Geno Smith. I counted two, maybe three real NFL throws in the game. The run game won the Mountaineers the game, not Smith's arm

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Personally, right now I would still find it hard to take Geno Smith in the Top 50. Lot more work left to do, only in early stages of process
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I went back and watched the WVU-Texas game this morning. Texas lost that game with their lack of offense at the end of the 4th

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Regarding Geno Smith. I counted two, maybe three real NFL throws in the game. The run game won the Mountaineers the game, not Smith's arm

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Personally, right now I would still find it hard to take Geno Smith in the Top 50. Lot more work left to do, only in early stages of process
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This is going to be a great year to have a draft pick in the teens-to-20's. Lack of top end talent means great value in middle of 1st RD

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I went back and watched the WVU-Texas game this morning. Texas lost that game with their lack of offense at the end of the 4th

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Regarding Geno Smith. I counted two, maybe three real NFL throws in the game. The run game won the Mountaineers the game, not Smith's arm

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Personally, right now I would still find it hard to take Geno Smith in the Top 50. Lot more work left to do, only in early stages of process
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This is going to be a great year to have a draft pick in the teens-to-20's. Lack of top end talent means great value in middle of 1st RD

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I went back and watched the WVU-Texas game this morning. Texas lost that game with their lack of offense at the end of the 4th

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Regarding Geno Smith. I counted two, maybe three real NFL throws in the game. The run game won the Mountaineers the game, not Smith's arm

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Personally, right now I would still find it hard to take Geno Smith in the Top 50. Lot more work left to do, only in early stages of process
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