Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
Originally posted by Joecool:
This coming from someone who has yet to admit the weakest part of the Chiefs is it's passing offense. Let me guess, the offense is doing it on purpose so the defense gets the credit.
I know that the passing game is racking up 62.5% of the offensive output. I know that even on run output, Alex Smith is accounting for 24.7% of the rushing yds.
Bottom line is the same as it ever was... Alex is a very capable QB, but he can't walk on water. He can't take a team that is top 10 in drops... top 10 in offensive penalties... bottom 10 in OL... bottom 10 in RB success rate... and make that team an offense juggernaut in yr 1. Truth is, few if any could. What he can do is win games until everyone around him better learns and improves in their game. And if they can all play decent football around him? Then you get the 2012 Alex that was leading the league in efficiency.
You do know the passing yards are supposed to be more than rushing yards, right? Bottom line is the passing, in the small circle of KC offense appears to be a big fish in a little pond, but if you compare it to the league, it is a tadpole in the ocean. But you keep finding ways to convince yourself that the KC passing game is anything but near the worse in the league in just about every category. But that's the OL and WR's fault. Winning, is all about Alex Smith.
But, this Offensive Line and/or Bowe is 9-0. Would take them over any other OL/WR in the league.
[ Edited by Joecool on Nov 6, 2013 at 2:47 PM ]