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How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

Originally posted by hofer36:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Great game by Mr. 299.


hey joe did the niners struggles tonite in the passing game cause you to reconsider your thoughts last year about whether the seahawks dbs stifled the passing ame or whether it was smith--I didn't see many tight windows to throw thru tonite..not trying to be an ass here just wondering if your opinion changed at all

You mean how we beat Seattle at home on Franks back? To bad he was only averaging little to none tonight. Alex would touch SEAs DBs. At least Kap has enough balls to.

Personally, I already said a few days ago we should go 5-wide and spread them out because their two corners are too good and we need to get something with Patten on their 3rd or 4th corner. This would have made them change their game plan which would have opened it up for Gore later.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by hofer36:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Great game by Mr. 299.


hey joe did the niners struggles tonite in the passing game cause you to reconsider your thoughts last year about whether the seahawks dbs stifled the passing ame or whether it was smith--I didn't see many tight windows to throw thru tonite..not trying to be an ass here just wondering if your opinion changed at all

You mean how we beat Seattle at home on Franks back? To bad he was only averaging little to none tonight. Alex would touch SEAs DBs. At least Kap has enough balls to.

Personally, I already said a few days ago we should go 5-wide and spread them out because their two corners are too good and we need to get something with Patten on their 3rd or 4th corner. This would have made them change their game plan which would have opened it up for Gore later.

Alex had the balls to win, Kap had the balls to play into their hands. There's a difference there buddy. So if Alex threw those picks I doubt you would be saying it was ballsy of him. Just face the facts that you were wrong and get over your hatred towards Alex.
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Originally posted by Joecool:
You mean how we beat Seattle at home on Franks back? To bad he was only averaging little to none tonight. Alex would touch SEAs DBs. At least Kap has enough balls to.

Personally, I already said a few days ago we should go 5-wide and spread them out because their two corners are too good and we need to get something with Patten on their 3rd or 4th corner. This would have made them change their game plan which would have opened it up for Gore later.
their pass rush is too good to do that

Their defense is just too good at home. we should've done what has always worked in the past against them, which is power running. Put Gore behind Miller and let Gore do what he does. Gore is ineffective running out of the pistol.
Alex still needs to stop leading with his back when he slides....
Smith didn't make mistakes and did what it took. His o line struggled a lot in the 2nd and 3rd. Threw his accuracy off a bit cuz he was rushing his passes. But, wow, does KC look SO much different
Originally posted by verb1der:
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Originally posted by verb1der:
Just admit it guys, Alex's play is really boring. You can't tell me these Chiefs games so far have been entertaining.

Not surprised KC fans are complaining.

If by boring you mean not many 300+ passing games, sure. Personally, I found this game more exciting than say the Manning bowl.

Yea I guess I just love high output offense.

Is this what you're talking about?

13/28, 127 YDS, 3 INT 1 FUMBLE Third Down Efficiency 3/12 - 25%

I guess you were expecting a different result when you were posting in here earlier?
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6 more wins for that second round pick
[ Edited by teeohh on Sep 15, 2013 at 11:52 PM ]
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by hofer36:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Great game by Mr. 299.


hey joe did the niners struggles tonite in the passing game cause you to reconsider your thoughts last year about whether the seahawks dbs stifled the passing ame or whether it was smith--I didn't see many tight windows to throw thru tonite..not trying to be an ass here just wondering if your opinion changed at all

You mean how we beat Seattle at home on Franks back? To bad he was only averaging little to none tonight. Alex would touch SEAs DBs. At least Kap has enough balls to.

Personally, I already said a few days ago we should go 5-wide and spread them out because their two corners are too good and we need to get something with Patten on their 3rd or 4th corner. This would have made them change their game plan which would have opened it up for Gore later.


no that isn't what im talking about--last year you said that it wasn't a problem of the receivers struggling to get separation vs the physical seahawks dbs, it was smith not making the throws into the tight windows...I think tonite showed it is a problem with niners wrs getting separation, and even kaepernicks arm couldn't thread the tight coverage
Originally posted by sacniner:
Smith didn't make mistakes and did what it took. His o line struggled a lot in the 2nd and 3rd. Threw his accuracy off a bit cuz he was rushing his passes. But, wow, does KC look SO much different


kc has equaled their win total of last season
Originally posted by forty9er16:
Originally posted by verb1der:
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Originally posted by verb1der:
Just admit it guys, Alex's play is really boring. You can't tell me these Chiefs games so far have been entertaining.

Not surprised KC fans are complaining.

If by boring you mean not many 300+ passing games, sure. Personally, I found this game more exciting than say the Manning bowl.

Yea I guess I just love high output offense.

Is this what you're talking about?

13/28, 127 YDS, 3 INT 1 FUMBLE Third Down Efficiency 3/12 - 25%

I guess you were expecting a different result when you were posting in here earlier?

I knew someone was bound to post something like this. Every QB has a bad game...I can post some stats of some of Alex's bad games, but I will take the higher road here!
Originally posted by verb1der:
Originally posted by forty9er16:
Originally posted by verb1der:
Originally posted by Jakemall:
Originally posted by verb1der:
Just admit it guys, Alex's play is really boring. You can't tell me these Chiefs games so far have been entertaining.

Not surprised KC fans are complaining.

If by boring you mean not many 300+ passing games, sure. Personally, I found this game more exciting than say the Manning bowl.

Yea I guess I just love high output offense.

Is this what you're talking about?

13/28, 127 YDS, 3 INT 1 FUMBLE Third Down Efficiency 3/12 - 25%

I guess you were expecting a different result when you were posting in here earlier?

I knew someone was bound to post something like this. Every QB has a bad game...I can post some stats of some of Alex's bad games, but I will take the higher road here!

Like you took the higher road when you posted in this thread about a boring win?

How was that boring loss?
I wasn't bored for that game at all. Always want to see a handful of deep passes from both teams in every game, but I understand that the KC OL was not in a position to protect Alex for deep routes. Games like this remind me of the 49ers in 2011... those games were exciting, hard-fought, and intense. But if you want 500 pass yards from each team? well... have fun with that. v


Originally posted by forty9er16:
Originally posted by JiksJuicy:
Don't want to talk Niners right now so....

Welts creased Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith's forehead. The bridge of his nose was bruised. His left elbow was flaming red.

If anyone personified what it took to slug out a 17-16 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, it was Smith.

Smith led the Chiefs in rushing with a career-best 57 yards against a Dallas defense that was crowding the line of scrimmage with the intent of stopping running back Jamaal Charles.

Smith was under constant pressure from Cowboys pass rushers DeMarcus Ware, Anthony Spencer and Jason Hatcher but still completed 21 of 36 passes for 223 yards, two touchdowns, and perhaps most important, no interceptions.

"In the trenches, when it's time to buckle up, he's all in," said wide receiver Dwayne Bowe, who caught Smith's second touchdown pass. "You should see the look in his eyes when he's demanding … and controlling the offense. I never had a quarterback like that.

"He's tough, he's not going to back down …"

Read more:



http://www.kansascity.com/2013/09/15/4484019/smith-inspires-chiefs-with-running.html#storylink=cpy

Damn he had more total offense by himself than the whole 9ers offense today.

Where are all the detractors now?

Didn't you hear? The chiefs won despite smith again. The defense was 100% responsible for the win.
6 more wins to go
Lol...guess some "Niners" fans are still butthurt that Harbs gave Alex the shaft.
[ Edited by hospcenter on Sep 16, 2013 at 8:47 AM ]