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How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

I'm glad to read there are a lot more classy fans here happy to see Alex doing well in KC and enjoying the Chiefs games than those sicko extreme Alex haters over on that awful 49ers.com message board run by that dbag Tahoegirl.

I could understand a little of the hate if Alex was a genuine arrogant ahole but he's not he's a good dude and solid QB wish him luck in KC.
Gonzalez to KC makes good sense for the Chiefs Alex is throwing to their 3rd TE.
[ Edited by 49ersMVP on Oct 9, 2013 at 6:54 PM ]
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Originally posted by 49ersMVP:
Gonzalez to KC makes good sense for the Chiefs Alex is throwing to their 3rd TE.

It does, but they are talking about a 3rd/4th round pick. For a one year player? He is worth a 6th or 7th.
Good call fryet!

How many picks in next year's draft have the Chiefs given up?
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
Good call fryet!

How many picks in next year's draft have the Chiefs given up?

only the 2nd that will go to the Niners after they win 8 games.
A lot is being said about the Chiefs cake schedule but a lot are also overlooking confidence and momentum. Gutter teams usually are surprised when they win and go into a lot of games as the underdog. Yes, they win one here and there vs a playoff caliber team, but that consistent confidence of being a winner does not stick with one win. What do they call it: swag.

The one thing this schedule is doing for the Chiefs is that it has built up their swag. The talent was there but the confidence or belief was not. It is now. I do feel strongly about confidence and momentum and think this team is able to beat any team in the league. The biggest difference from Week 1 to now is that they now also believe this.
^ been gone away from this thread for too long, joe... where ya been?


The easier schedule has really helped, as I do think KC would have struggled to win 5 with this current offense. The top 10 offensive penalties... the poor run and pass blocking.. top 10 in drops.. their starting 2 TEs broken and missing in action... the evolution of a new offense.. This team needed some relief. Having won 3 away games and 2 home games... having 3 straight home games coming up... KC should be feeling really good right now. This team could be 9-0 going into their bye week!!! I suspect they drop at least one before then, but 9-0 is possible with Oakland, Houston, Cleveland, and @ Buffalo next on the schedule. Now after the bye, they will likely need that offense to be in a higher gear... some tough looking games down the stretch.
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
^ been gone away from this thread for too long, joe... where ya been?


The easier schedule has really helped, as I do think KC would have struggled to win 5 with this current offense. The top 10 offensive penalties... the poor run and pass blocking.. top 10 in drops.. their starting 2 TEs broken and missing in action... the evolution of a new offense.. This team needed some relief. Having won 3 away games and 2 home games... having 3 straight home games coming up... KC should be feeling really good right now. This team could be 9-0 going into their bye week!!! I suspect they drop at least one before then, but 9-0 is possible with Oakland, Houston, Cleveland, and @ Buffalo next on the schedule. Now after the bye, they will likely need that offense to be in a higher gear... some tough looking games down the stretch.

Momentum and confidence play a big role for a locker room in breaking that next level barrier. chiefs have it now. The only reason I don't want them to win too many games is 12-14: the spots in the draft they may move back. :)
Originally posted by Joecool:
Momentum and confidence play a big role for a locker room in breaking that next level barrier. chiefs have it now. The only reason I don't want them to win too many games is 12-14: the spots in the draft they may move back. :)

you sure that's the only reason?
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Momentum and confidence play a big role for a locker room in breaking that next level barrier. chiefs have it now. The only reason I don't want them to win too many games is 12-14: the spots in the draft they may move back. :)

you sure that's the only reason?

LOL...everyone is becoming a Chiefs fan...yeah! :)
Raiders week, Game Manager, blisters, AJ Jenkins, Poe used like the Fridge, and more blisters...

Linkage
Originally posted by KoolBeans:
Raiders week, Game Manager, blisters, AJ Jenkins, Poe used like the Fridge, and more blisters...

Linkage

i wonder who mrs. alex smith will be rooting for this week: chiefs or raiders?
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Originally posted by hofer36:
if i can read between the lines, i think what you're saying is that posting something that rekindles the kaepernick-smith debate is akin to starting a land war in asia--am I correct?

... yeah, let's go with that.


The Tony Gonzalez trade rumors die down before they really even got started. The Atlanta Falcons TE and former KC Chiefs TE told Jay Glazer of FOX Sports that he does NOT want to be traded.
Here's the message from Glazer:
I've seen a lot of tweets w rumors that Falcons should trade Tony Gonzalez, just got off the phone w him he absolutely does NOT want that. Wants to finish up in ATL

"Fine, Tony... be that way, who needs ya?!? Sean McGrath is awesome ANYWAY!"

http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2013/10/8/4817382/tony-gonzalez-trade-rumors-chiefs-falcons

McGrath is a good story. Reid has him running good routes and the play calling fits him in well.
Originally posted by Afrikan:
imo, the 2013 Chiefs really remind me of the 2011 49ers.... defense and special teams. Offense...well they have a home run threat at RB at any given time..but no where near close at TE...at receiver they have a better bunch imo.

I think they'll beat the Texans...unless Schaub, tries to play like Alex. Texans can stop the run. If Andy is not creative, then Alex is going to need to hit his 3rd down passes against the Texans.

and I personally think they can beat the Broncos as well, NOT SAYING THEY WILL..lol..... some forget but the Chiefs a couple of years ago, stopped the undefeated high powered Packers...and that was with God knows who at QB..Cassell or another Backup.


I just think they can beat most teams, like the 2011 49ers were able to, as long as the opposing team plays undisciplined. 49ers lost to the Ravens that year Thanksgiving night because they played focused. They didn't take sacks, were patient with the run, took care of the ball, and converted key 3rd downs in the second half.

However Alex has shown this year that, although he might be careful with the ball...when the game gets close again...he will attack here and there. Like that 3rd and long vs the Eagles was it? and he threw it beyond the 1st down marker. As well as some mentioned in the Titans game...backed up against their own endzone...old Alex, just make room for the punter.....Chiefs Alex though took a shot deep and connected.

so yeah there is no guarantee that even if you do play smart on offense, that you can beat the Chiefs...but imo, that is your best chance.

Chiefs have better down field threats now than the 2011 49ers. Donnie Avery has been money.
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Originally posted by drakan:
Moeaki 2.0. Never expected him to return this year from injury.

pitiful shame... especially with Fasano nursing his knee all season, and Bowe being lackadaisical now that he has his fat, long-term contract.

Bowe is getting doubled a lot, which is allowing Avery to put up some nice numbers.

Who would have thought that a TE that looks more like Duck Dynasty than a football player would be a key player in the Chiefs offense. Fasano isn't being missed much in that offense. Kudos to Reid and Smith for putting Sean McGrath in position to relieve pressure and move the chains. That is a good example of a coach taking advantage of an athlete's unique talent and matching them to a QB who looks for someone in that area.