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How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

Originally posted by Wodwo:
Po. Ta. To.

Hmmm... throw some onions, bacon, cheese, and chives on that Po.Ta.To.


I'm still going to say 8 wins because that's the optimum number and lately, Alex Smith has been coming through for the Niners. It's possible. I see a lot of 7-9's. At this point, what's the difference.
Originally posted by dj43:
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.

This, not too mention, people overlook how weak that division could be this year.
Within the division I think they can split with the Broncos, sweep the Chargers and Raiders which puts them at 5-1... if they can beat the jags, titans, browns, and bills that would put them at 9 wins bare minimum.
Alan Shope @AlanKCTV5
Watching practice, Alex Smith just seems to have something other Chiefs QB's haven't had in a while...focus??? Attention to detail?

Andy Reid and John Dorsey bet the house on Alex Smith this offseason, so this is the sort of feedback you like to hear in OTAs. It's early and lots of guys get praised this time of year who will fail to impress later on. But Smith is doing all the right things early for the Chiefs.

http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2013/5/29/4376950/kansas-city-chiefs-otas-bowe-sits-flowers-and-albert-out-sick%20

Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Alan Shope @AlanKCTV5
Watching practice, Alex Smith just seems to have something other Chiefs QB's haven't had in a while...focus??? Attention to detail?

Andy Reid and John Dorsey bet the house on Alex Smith this offseason, so this is the sort of feedback you like to hear in OTAs. It's early and lots of guys get praised this time of year who will fail to impress later on. But Smith is doing all the right things early for the Chiefs.

http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2013/5/29/4376950/kansas-city-chiefs-otas-bowe-sits-flowers-and-albert-out-sick%20


Having a smart veteran qb is like having a race car driver making laps in practice, then comes back into the pit and tells them what needs to be adjusted to get the extra fraction of a second more out of the car.
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Alan Shope @AlanKCTV5
Watching practice, Alex Smith just seems to have something other Chiefs QB's haven't had in a while...focus??? Attention to detail?

Andy Reid and John Dorsey bet the house on Alex Smith this offseason, so this is the sort of feedback you like to hear in OTAs. It's early and lots of guys get praised this time of year who will fail to impress later on. But Smith is doing all the right things early for the Chiefs.

http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2013/5/29/4376950/kansas-city-chiefs-otas-bowe-sits-flowers-and-albert-out-sick%20


Having a smart veteran qb is like having a race car driver making laps in practice, then comes back into the pit and tells them what needs to be adjusted to get the extra fraction of a second more out of the car.

Then crashes in the race after
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Alan Shope @AlanKCTV5
Watching practice, Alex Smith just seems to have something other Chiefs QB's haven't had in a while...focus??? Attention to detail?

Andy Reid and John Dorsey bet the house on Alex Smith this offseason, so this is the sort of feedback you like to hear in OTAs. It's early and lots of guys get praised this time of year who will fail to impress later on. But Smith is doing all the right things early for the Chiefs.

http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2013/5/29/4376950/kansas-city-chiefs-otas-bowe-sits-flowers-and-albert-out-sick%20


Having a smart veteran qb is like having a race car driver making laps in practice, then comes back into the pit and tells them what needs to be adjusted to get the extra fraction of a second more out of the car.

Then crashes in the race after

Nope. Comes in 2nd cause he can't thread the needle to make the pass
If brother Alex can hoist the worst team in the league to a 500 or better record it will be a huge accomplishment . With their running game in place I think tha smith can operate his ball control TOP game style wich will make their D much better and put some wins on the board. They have a good D but their Qb was leaving them on the field too much last year. Yes the chiefs are now my second favorite team
Reid's smart enough to know what he has to work with here. He just has to be careful he doesn't push too hard to turn Smith into something he's not.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/06/06/andy-reid-wants-alex-smith-to-let-it-rip-in-practice/
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:

^ this!
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Reid's smart enough to know what he has to work with here. He just has to be careful he doesn't push too hard to turn Smith into something he's not.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/06/06/andy-reid-wants-alex-smith-to-let-it-rip-in-practice/

Not surprising
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:

^ this!

lol, touche
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Reid's smart enough to know what he has to work with here. He just has to be careful he doesn't push too hard to turn Smith into something he's not.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/06/06/andy-reid-wants-alex-smith-to-let-it-rip-in-practice/

I give it until week 8, when Reid gets tired of Smith's conservativeness.
Originally posted by verb1der:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Reid's smart enough to know what he has to work with here. He just has to be careful he doesn't push too hard to turn Smith into something he's not.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/06/06/andy-reid-wants-alex-smith-to-let-it-rip-in-practice/

I give it until week 8, when Reid gets tired of Smith's conservativeness.

our boy Marvin

marvin49 says: Jun 6, 2013 1:32 PM As a 49er fan all i can say is "good luck with that". Thats been Alex Smiths MO since college. Urban Meyer once described him as "non-functional" until he completely understands an offense. He has to KNOW 100% that its the right decision before he'll make it. If its grey, he won't do it. Harbaughs system made decisions clearer and thats one of the reasons Smith succeeded. Asking Smith to make more chances tho…yeah….good luck with that.