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How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Basically the same defense that showed the league how to beat Green Bay when they seemed unbeatable.

is it the same 20th ranked defense in yards and 25th in points?

Not unreasonable for a turnaround next year. Look at our defense from 2010 to 2011. Addition of 3 new guys in Aldon Smith, Rogers, and Whitner. The rest were already on the roster. Curbing the 17 turnovers by the quarterback position alone would help out that defense.

Edit: I was wrong, so wrong --

'Matt Cassel only played in nine games and still had 19 of the team's turnovers. Along with Brady Quinn, the quarterback position accounted for 27 of the team's 37 turnovers.'
[ Edited by qnnhan7 on May 27, 2013 at 2:44 PM ]
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Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Basically the same defense that showed the league how to beat Green Bay when they seemed unbeatable.

is it the same 20th ranked defense in yards and 25th in points?

Not unreasonable for a turnaround next year. Look at our defense from 2010 to 2011. Addition of 3 new guys in Aldon Smith, Rogers, and Whitner. The rest were already on the roster. Curbing the 17 turnovers by the quarterback position alone would help out that defense.

Ya you can't expect their defense to have good numbers when their qb was a turnover machine and their offense couldn't get a first down
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Basically the same defense that showed the league how to beat Green Bay when they seemed unbeatable.

is it the same 20th ranked defense in yards and 25th in points?

Remember how our defense was ranked before Harbaugh came in? You keep guys on the field long enough and they start to look bad.
Originally posted by 16to87:
Originally posted by PrisonOfGlass:
Dink. Dunk.



4 wins.


Dink, Dunk.....SACK no second round pick.

I hear a lot of talk, but no one with enough huevos to back it up with cash.
I say 7...though that'll just piss me off.
The Chiefs are not a good team. I don't understand how some here are saying they can win 10 games or win the division. Andy Reid is a good coach but he hasn't displayed that good coaching ability for quite some time now. It's not going to be a walk in the park. MANY things will have to go right in order for the Chiefs to have a winning season.
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Basically the same defense that showed the league how to beat Green Bay when they seemed unbeatable.

is it the same 20th ranked defense in yards and 25th in points?

Remember how our defense was ranked before Harbaugh came in? You keep guys on the field long enough and they start to look bad.

Right, but the one game they beat the Packers, that's really who they are?
7-9
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Basically the same defense that showed the league how to beat Green Bay when they seemed unbeatable.

is it the same 20th ranked defense in yards and 25th in points?

Remember how our defense was ranked before Harbaugh came in? You keep guys on the field long enough and they start to look bad.

Right, but the one game they beat the Packers, that's really who they are?

2012

"They held the eventual-champion Ravens to nine points, coming up an offensive pass interference penalty short of a potential win (Ravens won 9-6). The Chiefs were up 10-0 in Pittsburgh and lost in overtime.

They held Denver to a season-low 17 points and were in that game until the final minute. They lost to the Colts despite rushing for 352 yards, which never happened in NFL history before that game."

LINK
[ Edited by qnnhan7 on May 27, 2013 at 6:07 PM ]
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
2012

"They held the eventual-champion Ravens to nine points, coming up an offensive pass interference penalty short of a potential win (Ravens won 9-6). The Chiefs were up 10-0 in Pittsburgh and lost in overtime.

They held Denver to a season-low 17 points and were in that game until the final minute. They lost to the Colts despite rushing for 352 yards, which never happened in NFL history before that game."

LINK

yet they finished 2-14, 0-12 in the AFC and 25th in Points Allowed
Originally posted by NickSh49:
7-9

sounds about right
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
2012

"They held the eventual-champion Ravens to nine points, coming up an offensive pass interference penalty short of a potential win (Ravens won 9-6). The Chiefs were up 10-0 in Pittsburgh and lost in overtime.

They held Denver to a season-low 17 points and were in that game until the final minute. They lost to the Colts despite rushing for 352 yards, which never happened in NFL history before that game."

LINK

yet they finished 2-14, 0-12 in the AFC and 25th in Points Allowed

'Matt Cassel only played in nine games and still had 19 of the team's turnovers. Along with Brady Quinn, the quarterback position accounted for 27 of the team's 37 turnovers.'
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Originally posted by InHarbsWeTrust:
The Chiefs are not a good team. I don't understand how some here are saying they can win 10 games or win the division. Andy Reid is a good coach but he hasn't displayed that good coaching ability for quite some time now. It's not going to be a walk in the park. MANY things will have to go right in order for the Chiefs to have a winning season.

They had a poor record but that does not mean they are without talent. They had 6 Pro Bowlers, and that does not include their RG voted as the top Under 25 guard. With Brandon Albert back and happy at LT and Eric Fisher at RT, their OL problems are behind them. Signing Sean Smith will bolter a secondary that was just one CB from being very good. Hali and Houston bring great pressure from the outside. That team will do well.

Their biggest issue, as others have noted, was turnovers from the QB position.
http://www.kansascity.com/2013/05/30/4264687/chiefs-like-what-theyve-seen-so.html

Chiefs like what they've seen so far from QB Alex Smith

"He's been everything that we thought he was,'' Nagy said of Smith. "He's a true professional. He's in his (playbook) every day. He's always asking questions, trying to get better. He's being a leader for the other (quarterbacks) as well.'' "He's comfortable with what we're doing,'' Pederson said. "He's understanding the terminology, and he's orchestrating that at the line of scrimmage. We're really pleased with where he's at right now.'' "I'm with him every single day,'' Nagy said. "Just talking X's and O's and past experiences he's had, he brings some good things to our attention as a staff. He has a lot of valuable experience. He's been through a lot. Having those experiences and coming in here to a team with a new staff, it's been an awesome experience. Throughout this process, we're taking in what he has, he's taking in what we have, and we're putting it all together and trying to make this work. "When he's out here on the practice field, he's a leader. The guys look to him. The quarterback position is so important to be that leader, whether it's vocally or by your play. He does both of that. Having him be able to do that and have some of these younger guys look up to him, that's what we need, and that's what we expected he'd have and he does have that.''
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