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  • Game 2 Thoughts

    -The WR core really stepped up, Webb, Bowe, and Parker have all impressed me
    -Damon Huard blows; every time he gets pressure he curls into a little ball and takes the sack, and he rarely looks down field, he just dumps the ball off
    -Brodie Croyle needs to start, he gives us a better chance to win, and it seems like the team has just given up on Damon
    -The defense continues to make strides and will be a lot better when Jared Allen comes back
    -The O-Line isn't that bad, but we still need a tackle or two
    -Rayner showed a nice leg
    -Solari needs to open up the playbook
    -I was pleasantly surprised by the performance, although I wasn't expecting much



    sig by BoneKrusher

    Originally posted by BuckNaked
    Ok I'd almost rather spank my meat with sandpaper at this point.

  • #2
    Da Bears gave Brodie Croyle the middle of the field to keep the clock running I'm not buying he is ready. I don't blame Huard for either loss all 3 int's have been off tipped balls the play calling is what needs to change not the QB. We have to mix it up throwing on 3 and 1 and running on 3 and 13 is a freaking joke.
    Last edited by Splat; 09-17-2007, 04:48 PM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Splat420 View Post
      Da Bears gave Brodie Croyle the middle of the field to keep the clocking running I'm not buying he is ready.
      umm, the one good play Brodie made was a great pass when Webb beat Tillman one-on-one. The other plays were just dumb passes. But there is no question that he gives us a better chance to win than Damon



      sig by BoneKrusher

      Originally posted by BuckNaked
      Ok I'd almost rather spank my meat with sandpaper at this point.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Splat420 View Post
        Da Bears gave Brodie Croyle the middle of the field to keep the clock running I'm not buying he is ready. I don't blame Huard for either loss all 3 int's have been off tipped balls the play calling is what needs to change not the QB. We have to mix it up throwing on 3 and 1 and running on 3 and 13 is a freaking joke.
        Damon has been horrible, and even though the INT's were off tipped balls that doesn't mean that he isn't making bad decisions. Also, his throws have also been off target. Lastly, the team just seems like they have lost their confindence in them. Besides, Brodie can't perform any worse than we have been performing. I initially thought that Solari was to blame, but after I thought about it, it's very difficult to judge what plays he is calling when Damon constanly dumps the ball off.



        sig by BoneKrusher

        Originally posted by BuckNaked
        Ok I'd almost rather spank my meat with sandpaper at this point.

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        • #5
          Croyle looked like a undrafted rookie in pre season and after four passes you think he gives us a better shot to win?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Splat420 View Post
            Croyle looked like a undrafted rookie in pre season and after four passes you think he gives us a better shot to win?
            Yes, and he looked a lot better than Huard in the preseason.



            sig by BoneKrusher

            Originally posted by BuckNaked
            Ok I'd almost rather spank my meat with sandpaper at this point.

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            • #7
              In that one drive vs Chicago Brodie moved us down the field better then Huard has done so far.Face it we're not going anywhere so start Croyle and let him take his lumps and see if he can become something

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              • #8
                I thought Herm was making a mistake starting Huard in front of Brodie. The defense is good enough to carry the team, but the offense is absolutely horrendous and the greatest culprit has been Huard's ineptitude. Let's face it, before last year, he had been given opportunities to start and had failed each time. Yes, 11-1 TDs-Ints is a great ratio, but it was inconsistent with his history.

                It's time for Brodie to come in and see what he has. Herm admits he is the future, but from what I've seen that isn't even set in stone. Brodie needs to prove he can play, he needs to show flashes of what he can do, or he needs to be allowed to fail so the Chiefs can move on. There is a very good chance the Chiefs will be in a position to draft a Brohm or a Woodson in April, they need to find out if it will be necessary. Start Brodie!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by adschofield View Post
                  Yes, and he looked a lot better than Huard in the preseason.
                  Did you watch pre season?

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