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How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

  • dj43
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Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Lol.

With the Chefs in the playoffs, and since there is no way the Chefs will make the SB, those rooting for losses are hoping for a max of 10 slots difference in draft position. Realistically, it's closer to half that.

You are likely pretty close, however, if Justin Houston can come back fully healthy and that defense starts pressuring passers like it did for the first 8 games, this team could surprise. Eric Fisher is beginning to play like a top pick instead of an after thought and when Brandon Albert comes back the OL will be pretty good. The ST play has been strong all year with Demps and McCluster doing the returns. Lots to like there.
Originally posted by dj43:
He absolutely should.

Manning is having a crazy year but I would argue he is doing it with the best set of receivers in football. After all, Tim Tebow took Denver into the second round of the playoffs with Decker and D. Thomas catching and running with the ball. Manning added Welker. With that cast he SHOULD be putting up numbers. …and he is Peyton.

Brady is a more important player to his team than Manning, IMO. He is throwing to a bunch of scrubs. He should get more props that Peyton.

Which brings us to Smith. Only Brady, IMO, has been as important to their team. An earlier post referred to Alex as an artist. I like that. The setup and throws for those screen passes yesterday was artistry. It was on a par with Brees whose NO team is the best in the league. Smith works his artistry not only in the passing game but in setting up the run game as well. So while that falls under the category of "management" to some, that is the job of the QB and no QB in the league has had a greater impact on their team than has Alex.

Good post and I agree. Thing I've noticed with Alex over the last year/year and a half is his foot work. It's almost flawless.
I saw Smith's stat with 5 TDs yesterday and I was like ..."hmmmm...wait a minute..."

Then watched the highlights, they were all screen passes, lol.

Happy for Smith. Glad he has players than can YAC it up for him!
Singletary was so dumb, I would love someone to interview him about Alex now.
Originally posted by verb1der:
I saw Smith's stat with 5 TDs yesterday and I was like ..."hmmmm...wait a minute..."

Then watched the highlights, they were all screen passes, lol.

Happy for Smith. Glad he has players than can YAC it up for him!

O RLY?


Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:

AND this.

Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Smith doesn't put the ball where receivers can get yac = hate.

Smith's receivers get yac = hate.

Classic.



Wowwwww a 30 yard pass.............................vs Raiders. lol

Took him 8 years for this highlight.
  • fly15
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Originally posted by JiksJuicy:
Originally posted by dj43:
He absolutely should.

Manning is having a crazy year but I would argue he is doing it with the best set of receivers in football. After all, Tim Tebow took Denver into the second round of the playoffs with Decker and D. Thomas catching and running with the ball. Manning added Welker. With that cast he SHOULD be putting up numbers. …and he is Peyton.

Brady is a more important player to his team than Manning, IMO. He is throwing to a bunch of scrubs. He syyyy Tuuuu
hould get more props that Peyton.

Which brings us to Smith. Only Brady, IMO, has been as important to their team. An earlier post referred to Alex as an artist. I like that. The setup and throws for those screen passes yesterday was artistry. It was on a par with Brees whose NO team is the best in the league. Smith works his artistry not only in the passing game but in setting up the run game as well. So while that falls under the category of "management" to some, that is the job of the QB and no QB in the league has had a greater impact on their team than has Alex.

Good post and I agree. Thing I've noticed with Alex over the last year/year and a half is his foot work. It's almost flawless.

Not to mention his mechanics
Originally posted by verb1der:


Wowwwww a 30 yard pass.............................vs Raiders. lol

Took him 8 years for this highlight.

Keep going... keep digging....keep trying.

"Worst 5 TD performance ever."
"Worst 11-3 team ever."
"Worst The Catch III ever."
etc
etc
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by verb1der:
I saw Smith's stat with 5 TDs yesterday and I was like ..."hmmmm...wait a minute..."

Then watched the highlights, they were all screen passes, lol.

Happy for Smith. Glad he has players than can YAC it up for him!

O RLY?


Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:

AND this.

Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Smith doesn't put the ball where receivers can get yac = hate.

Smith's receivers get yac = hate.

Classic.


Dude. That's a 1 man receiver screen. See Hemingway blocking 2 guys... that's a screen
  • dj43
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Originally posted by verb1der:


Wowwwww a 30 yard pass.............................vs Raiders. lol

Took him 8 years for this highlight.

Anyone who compares the train wreck Smith played on in the first 6 years to what he has accomplished since Jimmy Raye got canned and concludes that somehow they are the same is just not paying attention…but then we have been through all that a couple of times.
  • dj43
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Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by verb1der:
I saw Smith's stat with 5 TDs yesterday and I was like ..."hmmmm...wait a minute..."

Then watched the highlights, they were all screen passes, lol.

Happy for Smith. Glad he has players than can YAC it up for him!

O RLY?


Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:

AND this.

Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Smith doesn't put the ball where receivers can get yac = hate.

Smith's receivers get yac = hate.

Classic.


Dude. That's a 1 man receiver screen. See Hemingway blocking 2 guys... that's a screen

"Besides it was against the Faders."
  • dj43
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Originally posted by verb1der:
I saw Smith's stat with 5 TDs yesterday and I was like ..."hmmmm...wait a minute..."

Then watched the highlights, they were all screen passes, lol.

Happy for Smith. Glad he has players than can YAC it up for him!

That's what happens when you only watch highlights.
Originally posted by verb1der:


Wowwwww a 30 yard pass.............................vs Raiders. lol

Took him 8 years for this highlight.

From that angle it looks like a tight window, but from another angle, you can see Charles had like four steps on that slow ass LB.

60yd bomb that Kap threw against Bucs, now that was amazing
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by verb1der:


Wowwwww a 30 yard pass.............................vs Raiders. lol

Took him 8 years for this highlight.

Keep going... keep digging....keep trying.

"Worst 5 TD performance ever."
"Worst 11-3 team ever."
"Worst The Catch III ever."
etc
etc

The bolded are true. 5 TDs and the best highlight is a 30 yard pass against the Raiders, lol

Also they ARE the worst 11-3 team ever. this thread was dead after their 3 game slide vs the Broncos and Chargers. Now all of a sudden they stomp the worst team in the NFL and then the bandwagon is back!

Andy Reid is historically a pretender, and this Chiefs team is no different. They are not tough enough, and their small ball play will not cut it in the playoffs.

#truth
Originally posted by verb1der:
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by verb1der:


Wowwwww a 30 yard pass.............................vs Raiders. lol

Took him 8 years for this highlight.

Keep going... keep digging....keep trying.

"Worst 5 TD performance ever."
"Worst 11-3 team ever."
"Worst The Catch III ever."
etc
etc

The bolded are true. 5 TDs and the best highlight is a 30 yard pass against the Raiders, lol

Also they ARE the worst 11-3 team ever. this thread was dead after their 3 game slide vs the Broncos and Chargers. Now all of a sudden they stomp the worst team in the NFL and then the bandwagon is back!

Andy Reid is historically a pretender, and this Chiefs team is no different. They are not tough enough, and their small ball play will not cut it in the playoffs.

#truth

You never know, maybe that defense can get 5 TO in the a playoff game.
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