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How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

Originally posted by 9erempire:

I'm going to hope we picked the right QB or kept Smith and let Kap develop. So far he is not showing a lot of composure just because a stadium is loud.

It is really for the best if we do NOT lead discussion here towards a Kaep vs Alex angle.
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Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Originally posted by 9erempire:

I'm going to hope we picked the right QB or kept Smith and let Kap develop. So far he is not showing a lot of composure just because a stadium is loud.

It is really for the best if we do NOT lead discussion here towards a Kaep vs Alex angle.

lol cuz there is no comparison between the two. 32 of 32 gms would take Kap over Alex any day of the week.

as i said two pages ago:

Originally posted by Amir:
lol its a 16 game season. his stats and wins will average out to what he has always been, average. lucky for us, that means 8 wins.
Originally posted by Amir:
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Originally posted by 9erempire:

I'm going to hope we picked the right QB or kept Smith and let Kap develop. So far he is not showing a lot of composure just because a stadium is loud.

It is really for the best if we do NOT lead discussion here towards a Kaep vs Alex angle.

lol cuz there is no comparison between the two. 32 of 32 gms would take Kap over Alex any day of the week.

as i said two pages ago:

Originally posted by Amir:
lol its a 16 game season. his stats and wins will average out to what he has always been, average. lucky for us, that means 8 wins.

Ugh...
Originally posted by Amir:
lol cuz there is no comparison between the two. 32 of 32 gms would take Kap over Alex any day of the week.

as i said two pages ago:

Originally posted by Amir:
lol its a 16 game season. his stats and wins will average out to what he has always been, average. lucky for us, that means 8 wins.

Look a page back and you'll see a comparison...so obviously folks can and do compare. Mac's comment suggested a comparison would just start the old nonsense of back and forth bashing...which it evidently has with your post.

I like comparison for the sake of understanding though. Smith has had two fairly equal games statistically, whereas Kaepernick has had a crazy high and a crazy low game statistically. This demonstrates the value of experience, although the teams they played are not on par nor are the teams they play for. I'm guessing that anyone who would prefer Smith to Kaepernick sees a strong team that can win by eliminating mistakes. But I doubt anyone is confused about the sheer physical talent level difference between the two.

Back to KC...go Alex!
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lol one has played the jags (worst team in league) and cowboys (most overrated team in league), the other has played GB and Sea (two playoff teams and probably the 2nd best team in league).

as i said, the season will progress and things start to become as they usually do.
I'm probably not as sold on the Chiefs winning this game. I think we're still trying to get an idea of where Philly stacks up against the rest of the league but going on the road on Thursday is always a tough challenge.
Originally posted by Amir:
lol one has played the jags (worst team in league) and cowboys (most overrated team in league), the other has played GB and Sea (two playoff teams and probably the 2nd best team in league).

as i said, the season will progress and things start to become as they usually do.

Thus the reference to "teams they played are not on par." But thank you for restating one of my points.
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
I'm probably not as sold on the Chiefs winning this game. I think we're still trying to get an idea of where Philly stacks up against the rest of the league but going on the road on Thursday is always a tough challenge.

I agree with this actually. Honestly, it's still too early to gauge a lot of the teams. Even after week 6, you're still weeding out pretenders. You have a better idea then, but really it's about week 8 before you get a pretty solid idea of what you're looking at.
Originally posted by Amir:
lol one has played the jags (worst team in league) and cowboys (most overrated team in league), the other has played GB and Sea (two playoff teams and probably the 2nd best team in league).

as i said, the season will progress and things start to become as they usually do.

You seem to be trying to make arguments towards... nobody.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
I agree with this actually. Honestly, it's still too early to gauge a lot of the teams.

absolutely.. and I for one am not crowning the Chiefs. I see that they need a lot of work, but appear to have the personnel talent to do well. I still hold to my 9 win prediction, and some of that has to do with their strength of schedule.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
I'm probably not as sold on the Chiefs winning this game. I think we're still trying to get an idea of where Philly stacks up against the rest of the league but going on the road on Thursday is always a tough challenge.

I agree with this actually. Honestly, it's still too early to gauge a lot of the teams. Even after week 6, you're still weeding out pretenders. You have a better idea then, but really it's about week 8 before you get a pretty solid idea of what you're looking at.

Agree with both of you...but it's fun to speculate! It will be really interesting to watch KC's D go up against Kelly's mad offense. Their athleticism may give them an advantage other teams do not have. In an up tempo game, being in shape and having superior physical skills is a huge advantage...as is not needing to sub or platoon in various situations.
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Originally posted by 9erempire:


I'm going to hope we picked the right QB or kept Smith and let Kap develop. So far he is not showing a lot of composure just because a stadium is loud.

Let's not go down this road. Harbaugh gambled on a higher future with Kaepernick. Let's leave that for the future. This is about Smith and KC.
I love that picture. I think Alex gets another 2+ TD's tonight.
This KC vs. Eagles game makes for good analysis. How do you counter the speed of the Eagles offense. With speed at just about all their skill positions. Reasonably, people would say to counter with a methodical offense, which the Chiefs have, to keep the Eagles offense on the sideline. And play sound defense and limit the big plays. But how do you specifically counter the speed for the defense.... They will be chasing these guys all night. And then fatigue will kick in.

I think if the Eagles can protect Vick with their offensive line through out the year, they may have something that other NFL team would want to copy. Speed. Speed. and more speed. And if they ever can get together a decent defense -- watch out for the Eagles.
[ Edited by qnnhan7 on Sep 19, 2013 at 9:47 AM ]
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Originally posted by Method:
I love that picture. I think Alex gets another 2+ TD's tonight.

Why do you love that picture? Don't you want our QB to be successful? His success = Niners success. Or are you so tied to Alex, that you'd rather him succeed than our current QB?