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Old 05-30-2013, 11:26 PM    (permalink
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I guess Dontari Poe had a pick six in practice and danced in the end zone. I would have liked to have seen that. :)

I wonder who threw the interception. Probably Smith.
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http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...thought-hed-be

Suck it all you Chief haters! I mean just because he didn't praise him in any of these quotes for his actual ability to play the position doesn't have any barring for what a respectful guy he is and how worth it it was to trade for him.
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Well 49ers hired Eric Mangini for Offensive Consultant
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Suck it all you Chief haters! I mean just because he didn't praise him in any of these quotes for his actual ability to play the position doesn't have any barring for what a respectful guy he is and how worth it it was to trade for him.
I know it's just the offseason but I am glad to hear positive reports about Smith. There was far too much criticism related to the trade for him, and he's going to be a positive addition at QB for the Chiefs.
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I know it's just the offseason but I am glad to hear positive reports about Smith. There was far too much criticism related to the trade for him, and he's going to be a positive addition at QB for the Chiefs.
He might be slightly better than Matt Cassel, but they gave up the 33rd pick in the draft for him. The trade was terrible.
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He might be slightly better than Matt Cassel, but they gave up the 33rd pick in the draft for him. The trade was terrible.
Smith is easily better than Matt Cassel. If you watch Cassel's play last year there's no way to defend him.
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Smith is easily better than Matt Cassel. If you watch Cassel's play last year there's no way to defend him.
Even if he is better than Cassel, is he ever going to actually do anything for the Chiefs? He's a below average quarterback. The Chiefs are never going to win a Super Bowl with Alex Smith as their QB. They gave up the 33rd pick so they could be mediocre for the next 2-4 years. Well done Chiefs?
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Even if he is better than Cassel, is he ever going to actually do anything for the Chiefs? He's a below average quarterback. The Chiefs are never going to win a Super Bowl with Alex Smith as their QB. They gave up the 33rd pick so they could be mediocre for the next 2-4 years. Well done Chiefs?
Ok, the argument is changing now. If Alex Smith needs to win a Super Bowl to validate being traded for the 33rd pick then your standards are extremely high. Buffalo better win two or three then if they spent the 16th pick on EJ Manuel.

Alex Smith, who happens to be leading a pretty talented Chiefs team, gives Kansas City the chance to win now instead of gambling the chance on a younger, inexperienced signal caller. They are in a position to compete for a playoff spot in a conference that is weak at the moment and they're also in a division where it's realistic for them to win four games against those teams alone thanks to Oakland and San Diego being so miserable.

If Kansas City makes the playoffs the next couple seasons is the trade worth it? Yes because if you make it in and you happen to be playing hot at the time, then anything is possible.
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Ok, the argument is changing now. If Alex Smith needs to win a Super Bowl to validate being traded for the 33rd pick then your standards are extremely high. Buffalo better win two or three then if they spent the 16th pick on EJ Manuel.

Alex Smith, who happens to be leading a pretty talented Chiefs team, gives Kansas City the chance to win now instead of gambling the chance on a younger, inexperienced signal caller. They are in a position to compete for a playoff spot in a conference that is weak at the moment and they're also in a division where it's realistic for them to win four games against those teams alone thanks to Oakland and San Diego being so miserable.

If Kansas City makes the playoffs the next couple seasons is the trade worth it? Yes because if you make it in and you happen to be playing hot at the time, then anything is possible.
Well Alex Smith isn't very good. He's a below average QB. He isn't going to take the Chiefs to the playoffs for the next couple of seasons. The success of the trade isn't defined by the Chiefs winning the Super Bowl, the point is that he doesn't give them a realistic chance of winning the Super Bowl. Could EJ Manuel possibly become a franchise QB? Yes. Alex Smith has no hope. He sucks. The Chiefs sacrificing their future to have Alex Smith for a few years is laughable.
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Well Alex Smith isn't very good. He's a below average QB. He isn't going to take the Chiefs to the playoffs for the next couple of seasons. The success of the trade isn't defined by the Chiefs winning the Super Bowl, the point is that he doesn't give them a realistic chance of winning the Super Bowl. Could EJ Manuel possibly become a franchise QB? Yes. Alex Smith has no hope. He sucks. The Chiefs sacrificing their future to have Alex Smith for a few years is laughable.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and you clearly believe he can't do anything. I might suggest going back and watching his week one performance against the Packers at Lambeau where he played pretty darn good. Now I am sure it has zero to do with his abilities and more with the talent around him and the Packers defense being less than stellar.
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Well Alex Smith isn't very good. He's a below average QB. He isn't going to take the Chiefs to the playoffs for the next couple of seasons. The success of the trade isn't defined by the Chiefs winning the Super Bowl, the point is that he doesn't give them a realistic chance of winning the Super Bowl. Could EJ Manuel possibly become a franchise QB? Yes. Alex Smith has no hope. He sucks. The Chiefs sacrificing their future to have Alex Smith for a few years is laughable.
2011 - 16 games, 61% completions, 3144 yards, 17 TD, 5 int
2012 - 10 games, 70% completions, 1737 yards, 13 TD, 5 int

What part of those numbers sucks?
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Ahhhhh...I figured it out...SuperPacker feels the need to go around jerking off over the fact that Smith was the #1 pick the year his team took Aaron Rodgers...the more Alex Smith sucks, the better this move is for the Packers. Let me let you in on a big secret...everyone knows that Rodgers is the best QB in the league. You don't need to put Smith down to make yourself feel better.
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Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and you clearly believe he can't do anything. I might suggest going back and watching his week one performance against the Packers at Lambeau where he played pretty darn good. Now I am sure it has zero to do with his abilities and more with the talent around him and the Packers defense being less than stellar.
Well yeah, i'm sure that had something to do with it. I don't know why it wouldn't.

He's had a great running game and great offensive line and a good set of receivers. He also had a great coach guiding him. And he was still average and ultimately got replaced midway through the season.

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What part of those numbers sucks?
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Ahhhhh...I figured it out...SuperPacker feels the need to go around jerking off over the fact that Smith was the #1 pick the year his team took Aaron Rodgers...the more Alex Smith sucks, the better this move is for the Packers. Let me let you in on a big secret...everyone knows that Rodgers is the best QB in the league. You don't need to put Smith down to make yourself feel better.
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Well yeah, i'm sure that had something to do with it. I don't know why it wouldn't.

He's had a great running game and great offensive line and a good set of receivers. He also had a great coach guiding him. And he was still average and ultimately got replaced midway through the season.
This is completely false, unless your definition of average has a high standard. Plenty of starting quarterbacks in the league wish they could play Alex Smith-average.
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Not to mention, look who he got replaced by. CK is going to be one of the best QB's in this league. That doesn't make Alex Smith suck.
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It's no different than what I heard as an Alex Smith supporter while he was in San Francisco...

He'll NEVER be a better than .500 quarterback...

oh, well, uhhhh.... He'll NEVER be a Division-winning QB...

oh, well, uhhhh.... He'll NEVER win a playoff game...

oh well, uhhhh.... He'll NEVER outduel an elite QB when his team needs him...

oh well, uhhhh....


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He will never hold onto his job once a QB with actual high end talent is found and prepared?
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Alex Smith had moderate success in a very very friendly situation. There are any number of decent QBs who would have been decent in SF. Harbaugh did a nice job of protecting Alex's weaknesses and never putting to much on him. Alex Smith it good, but nothing more than that. Trading the #33 pick for just a good QB was a poor move in the long run.
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Well 49ers hired Eric Mangini for Offensive Consultant
I think that's a good hire. Some people like to pretend that he was a bad coach because he wasn't successful during his tenure, but he was a year away from the Jets being a contender (arguably less if he wasn't forced to take on Favre...) and the Browns were actually going in the right direction when he was fired.

Both teams were borderline trash that he had to clean up when he got there.
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I think that's a good hire. Some people like to pretend that he was a bad coach because he wasn't successful during his tenure, but he was a year away from the Jets being a contender (arguably less if he wasn't forced to take on Favre...) and the Browns were actually going in the right direction when he was fired.

Both teams were borderline trash that he had to clean up when he got there.
Agree but this is about X's and O's which he's a machine at. His job will be to constantly work with the offense and let them know different ways a defense can attack them.

I love the hire.
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He's had a great running game and great offensive line and a good set of receivers. He also had a great coach guiding him. And he was still average and ultimately got replaced midway through the season.
Which part of this does he not have in KC?
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Even if he is better than Cassel, is he ever going to actually do anything for the Chiefs? He's a below average quarterback. The Chiefs are never going to win a Super Bowl with Alex Smith as their QB. They gave up the 33rd pick so they could be mediocre for the next 2-4 years. Well done Chiefs?
Wait, Smith is below average? Who is average again?
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He will never hold onto his job once a QB with actual high end talent is found and prepared?
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2011 - 16 games, 61% completions, 3144 yards, 17 TD, 5 int
2012 - 10 games, 70% completions, 1737 yards, 13 TD, 5 int

What part of those numbers sucks?
Those numbers remind me of the numbers that Aikman put up on a great and balanced offense with good OL and running game.
Also remind me a little bit of the numbers the Super Bowl winning Tom Brady put up in his first couple of years anyway.

Is it that easy to put up numbers that good just because you have a good OL?

How have Ponder's numbers been there with Peterson, or whoever in Tennessee with CJ2K, Jacksonville with Slugger Drew?
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