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Old 05-10-2014, 04:08 PM   #4526
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Wrong. Both will see the field a lot.

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For people concerned about Ford's immediate fit - he'll play a ton on passing downs. #Chiefs spent ENTIRE Indy game in nickel.

And they will do the same vs every other passing team.
Chiefs run mostly 3-4, no?

Unless Houston or Hali slip inside, where is Ford gonna play?
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Old 05-10-2014, 05:01 PM   #4527
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kc and their dumb front office didn't draft one WR...
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Old 05-10-2014, 05:17 PM   #4528
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Chiefs run mostly 3-4, no?

Unless Houston or Hali slip inside, where is Ford gonna play?
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Hunt also said itís been communicated to him that Ford, Houston and Hali can all play at once. Said DC Bob Sutton can get excited about that

Lots of different ways which makes this defense a lot better IMO.
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Old 05-10-2014, 05:24 PM   #4529
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kc and their dumb front office didn't draft one WR...
Given how deep this draft class was at WR, that was a little surprising to me.

They have Bowe, Avery, Jenkins, Hemingway and Thomas?
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Old 05-10-2014, 05:27 PM   #4530
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They are really high on Jenkins so idk wtf that will lead to. I do like Travis Kelce though. He was our 3rd round pick last year.
Dude was fast and can play receiver in a pinch. He should help us a lot this year.
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Old 05-10-2014, 05:40 PM   #4531
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Looking at the draft, which WR could KC have drafted at De'Anthony Thomas' spot on? We also needed a returner too.

Mike Campanaro and maybe Jeff Janis are the only viable options I see for the rest of the draft and I'd take Thomas over those guys honestly.

All the best WR talent was gone by KC's 3rd round pick.
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Old 05-10-2014, 06:01 PM   #4532
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Abbredinis who went in the 5th?
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Old 05-10-2014, 06:30 PM   #4533
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Abbredinis who went in the 5th?
Ya, NO.

Not over Murray.
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Old 05-11-2014, 07:52 AM   #4534
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Ya, NO.

Not over Murray.
Yup, Chiefs addressed their biggest need which was QB.

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Old 05-11-2014, 08:15 AM   #4535
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Ya, NO.

Not over Murray.
A QB who might be a future starter or probably a backup, or a receiver which is KC's biggest need?
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Old 05-11-2014, 10:22 AM   #4536
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A QB who might be a future starter or probably a backup, or a receiver which is KC's biggest need?
Love how the Chefs waited until the 6th round before bothering to select anyone to block for these QBs.
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Given how deep this draft class was at WR, that was a little surprising to me.

They have Bowe, Avery, Jenkins, Hemingway and Thomas?
Just heard on 810 AM that they plan on using the Black Mamba like DeSean Jackson. Makes sense to me..

Jackson- 5'10" 175lbs

Black Mamba-5'9" 174lbs
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Just heard on 810 AM that they plan on using the Black Mamba like DeSean Jackson. Makes sense to me..

Jackson- 5'10" 175lbs

Black Mamba-5'9" 174lbs
There's only one black mamba. But I'm not gonna rain on your parade cause KC had a pretty sweet draft IMO
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Just heard on 810 AM that they plan on using the Black Mamba like DeSean Jackson. Makes sense to me..

Jackson- 5'10" 175lbs

Black Mamba-5'9" 174lbs

Black Mamba = Kobe Bryant, not DeAnthony Thomas

LT = Lawrence Taylor, not LaDainian Tomlinson

Superman = Shaq, not Dwight Howard

HTH.
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There's only one black mamba. But I'm not gonna rain on your parade cause KC had a pretty sweet draft IMO
I do have to say. I like the mindset that Reid has. It's why I wanted us to bring him in in the first place.

Loading up on pass rushers is what has won teams like the Giants, Steelers, Ravens and Seahawks super bowls in recent years. It's absolutely critical to success nowadays.

We had a nice pass rush last year until injuries occured. Love that they aren't satisfied and added guys like Ford and Walker to make it even better.
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I do have to say. I like the mindset that Reid has. It's why I wanted us to bring him in in the first place.

Loading up on pass rushers is what has won teams like the Giants, Steelers, Ravens and Seahawks super bowls in recent years. It's absolutely critical to success nowadays.

We had a nice pass rush last year until injuries occured. Love that they aren't satisfied and added guys like Ford and Walker to make it even better.
Your pass rush was overrated.

Playing backup 1st time QBs really helped it out. When you got to better teams the pass rush disappeared, not because of injuries but because of better competition.
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And how in the **** did De'Anthony Thomas fall to the 4th round? Is this guy really different than Tavon Austin?

Dude scored 46 TD's in 3 years, ran a 4.3 at his pro day, has just as much playmaking ability and explosiveness as anybody in this draft and is the best ST's player in the draft averaging 17 yards per return.

I was shocked that he lasted that long after hearing about that.
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And how in the **** did De'Anthony Thomas fall to the 4th round? Is this guy really different than Tavon Austin?

Dude scored 46 TD's in 3 years, ran a 4.3 at his pro day, has just as much playmaking ability and explosiveness as anybody in this draft and is the best ST's player in the draft averaging 17 yards per return.

I was shocked that he lasted that long after hearing about that.
I followed DeAnthony Thomas's career pretty closely at Oregon. He was great in college, but in the NFL where everyone is fast Thomas = Trindon Holliday 2.0. He will be a disappointment just like LaMichael James. Sorry, but he was way overdrafted in the 4th round. As effective as Oregon's offense is in the Pac-12, for some reason all of the Duck players who really make an impact in the NFL seem to be on the defensive side of the ball (see: Jairus Byrd, Haloti Ngata, etc.). Oh, and don't forget about T.J. Ward.
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I followed DeAnthony Thomas's career pretty closely at Oregon. He was great in college, but in the NFL where everyone is fast Thomas = Trindon Holliday 2.0. He will be a disappointment just like LaMichael James. Sorry, but he was way overdrafted in the 4th round. As effective as Oregon's offense is in the Pac-12, for some reason all of the Duck players who really make an impact in the NFL seem to be on the defensive side of the ball (see: Jairus Byrd, Haloti Ngata, etc.). Oh, and don't forget about T.J. Ward.
LeGarrette Blount, Kyle Long, Geoff Schwartz, Max Unger and Jonathan Stewart all say hi.
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LeGarrette Blount, Kyle Long, Geoff Schwartz, Max Unger and Jonathan Stewart all say hi.
Are you talking about the same LaGarrette Blount who ran for 6 yards against the Broncos, and the same Jonathan Stewart who has murdered thousands of fantasy teams all across America?
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All of those guys are completely different than Thomas. Completely.

Heck, Thomas wasn't even the premier offensive player at Oregon.

I just don't see him being that big of an impact in the NFL.
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All of those guys are completely different than Thomas. Completely.

Heck, Thomas wasn't even the premier offensive player at Oregon.

I just don't see him being that big of an impact in the NFL.
That's fine to think that, but he's in the perfect place to succeed with Andy Reid and Dave Toub. He can't succeed here then he won't succeed anywhere.
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I followed DeAnthony Thomas's career pretty closely at Oregon. He was great in college, but in the NFL where everyone is fast Thomas = Trindon Holliday 2.0. He will be a disappointment just like LaMichael James. Sorry, but he was way overdrafted in the 4th round. As effective as Oregon's offense is in the Pac-12, for some reason all of the Duck players who really make an impact in the NFL seem to be on the defensive side of the ball (see: Jairus Byrd, Haloti Ngata, etc.). Oh, and don't forget about T.J. Ward.
Because De'Anthony Thomas is the same as LaMichael James.

Thomas is easily a better playmaker. Keep reaching though.
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