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hmills110

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Exactly. Coach has a high standard for speed and when he made those picks, speed didn't come with size.
Commented on CC's Mock Draft Open Thread: Week 4 - "Fine, Here's a WR For You." on Apr 17 2014, 11:43p
That's a first.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 17 2014, 11:14p
I'm talking a more wholistic approach to team build.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 17 2014, 11:12p
The key, grasshopper, is in knowing the difference...
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 17 2014, 11:09p - 1 reply
yup
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 10:22p
I'd just make 'em pure receivers, with WR expectations in blocking dept.
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 10:20p
yup
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 10:19p
That's a big part of why I really like ODB over the others at that point, IF he's still there.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 10:15p
Cooks is catching a lot more of those bubble screens, which are like long hand-offs.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 10:14p
That's what I'm thinking, also.
Commented on A look at wide receiver in the first 86 picks of the 2014 NFL Draft on Apr 17 2014, 10:11p
Dix is basically a 4.6 40 guy. I'm meh on spending a 1st on a safety, no matter how good he looks playing behind an LSU front 7.
Commented on A look at wide receiver in the first 86 picks of the 2014 NFL Draft on Apr 17 2014, 9:59p - 1 reply
We might be closer than you think, and not really in any trouble at all @ FS.
Commented on A look at wide receiver in the first 86 picks of the 2014 NFL Draft on Apr 17 2014, 9:49p
Grammar Nazi!
Commented on A look at wide receiver in the first 86 picks of the 2014 NFL Draft on Apr 17 2014, 9:46p - 1 reply
Same here.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 8:23p
A lotta those guys are gonna be gone by the bottom of the 3rd.
Commented on 2014 NFL mock draft roundup: All over the board for the Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 7:36p - 1 reply
You guys could be right. Guy's learning curve isn't that steep. Still, I liked his bio story, I read over the last couple days.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 7:14p
Well tell dubbs that, then!
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 7:10p
Actually, I brought up the Steve Smith comparison because the guy plays bigger than his actual size.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 7:09p - 1 reply
You guys both follow college players closer than I do.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 7:00p
Cold day. Wet snow falling. I like Beckham's hands better.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 5:16p - 2 replies
I think his football speed is much better than his timed speed. Jerry Rice slipped due to poor 40 time.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 5:09p - 1 reply
You're using a stat that doesn't mean what you seem to think it does.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 5:00p - 2 replies
Big hands and big feet mean
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:52p
See other coms about amount of passing, level of competition made elsewhere.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:52p - 1 reply
Robinson's another, imo.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:51p - 1 reply
I keep hearing that, but the catcher's mitts trump the normal.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:44p - 5 replies
That's where my head's at. Reservations about taking an under-6-footer in the 1st, when I could have two or three big fast WRs
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:43p - 1 reply
Yup.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:39p
Good point. Shop where others don't.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:39p
I'm not even sure Gilbert would rate a 1st in my book, tbh.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:38p - 1 reply
Hageman, Tuitt (depending on their opinion of him) could easily trump an under-6-foot WR in the 1st.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:36p - 2 replies
Trade Flowers in a HEARTBEAT! I mean, the INSTANT we have something comparable.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:34p - 1 reply
Philly had some huge plays against us, but were mostly contained most of the game, imo.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:27p
Yes. And I don't see Dennard as head-and-shoulders above everybody else.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:24p
The lack of size will show up in those 'by inches' plays, maybe not getting his toes in on an out route or not getting his feet down
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:17p - 1 reply
No Subject
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:08p - 1 reply
Piscatelli COULD at least mug a guy at the line.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:07p
I can't tell you how many 'Bowe Sighting!'s were instrumental in producing that 9-0 run.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:07p
Trade-down with WR in the 2nd, such as you listed, would be my preference.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Pick your WR for the Kansas City Chiefs on Apr 17 2014, 4:04p - 1 reply
for Other
Voted on Apr 17 2014, 4:00p
Imagine a 6'7'' giant in 0-tech, slapping the center left or right and splitting the doubleteam.
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 3:59p - 1 reply
What I'M saying is you don't have to bring 5 all day long, but you WANT to be ABLE to, so offenses must account for that threat.
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 3:55p
What, pray tell?
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 3:49p
I'm less sanguine about how good our wideouts really were, last year. Came away from 2013 with the same general impression
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 3:45p
3-4 schemes may evolve, too. 3-4 OLBs may become pure outside rushers, who are very effective in coverage,
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 3:39p - 1 reply
Just like I said. Buchanan would've been an effective football player in any era.
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 3:33p - 1 reply
They were also generally thicker-built.
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 3:31p
Jordan's technique wasn't all that great and I'm not sure he can learn it.
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 3:30p
That's why I do NOT think 2-gap 3-4 is out of date, at ALL.
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 3:23p - 1 reply
Lame. Use Chiefs. Buck Buchanan: 6'7'', 270.
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 3:01p - 1 reply
Points are well taken. And yet...
Commented on 2014 NFL Draft: Chiefs work out pair of defensive ends on Apr 17 2014, 2:56p - 1 reply
Exactly. I see him as mostly a pure cover corner.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 17 2014, 12:10a
That's what concerns me. I wanna see some inverted coverages, with my all pro safety getting his hands on people at the line,
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 17 2014, 12:05a
But I'll never win that debate with anyone, because the meme is all about making the world safe for democracy.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 17 2014, 12:03a - 1 reply
You actually READ that claptrap?!
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 17 2014, 12:01a - 1 reply
Sorry I was talkin' shit, havin' fun.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 16 2014, 11:48p - 1 reply
No Subject
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 16 2014, 11:31p
I said the same thing on another thread. Uncanny the way he won so many jump balls.
Commented on 20 NFL Draft prospects for the Kansas City Chiefs to consider in the first round on Apr 16 2014, 11:13p - 1 reply
Short-area quick. Few better. Long arms for a 6'2'' DT. Had to give him a very wide berth.
Commented on 20 NFL Draft prospects for the Kansas City Chiefs to consider in the first round on Apr 16 2014, 11:12p - 1 reply
I always wanna poo-poo the ILB early.
Commented on 20 NFL Draft prospects for the Kansas City Chiefs to consider in the first round on Apr 16 2014, 11:07p - 1 reply
Not Madden thinking, but "The guy costs a ton and wants a long-term deal" thinking.
Commented on 20 NFL Draft prospects for the Kansas City Chiefs to consider in the first round on Apr 16 2014, 10:44p
The rules are so different at the next level, DB can be damn hard to project.
Commented on 20 NFL Draft prospects for the Kansas City Chiefs to consider in the first round on Apr 16 2014, 10:34p
Ha! I think some guys are definitely better at it.
Commented on 20 NFL Draft prospects for the Kansas City Chiefs to consider in the first round on Apr 16 2014, 10:19p
I think it's as much about weight as height. Commings prob'ly represents the start of a trend.
Commented on 20 NFL Draft prospects for the Kansas City Chiefs to consider in the first round on Apr 16 2014, 10:15p - 1 reply
Sorta like Steve Smith or Charles Barkley. Not bigger than the competition, but goes up STRONG.
Commented on 20 NFL Draft prospects for the Kansas City Chiefs to consider in the first round on Apr 16 2014, 9:42p
Agree. Not sure where the criticism of not being strong.
Commented on 20 NFL Draft prospects for the Kansas City Chiefs to consider in the first round on Apr 16 2014, 9:34p - 1 reply
So you're saying I have a chance?
Commented on NFL Draft: Aaron Murray visited with the Kansas City Chiefs night before his pro day on Apr 16 2014, 1:17p
Exum's one I really like. Seen him mocked in the 4th. Nice sleeper pick in the 5th if you can get him.
Commented on CC's Mock Draft Open Thread: Week 4 - "Fine, Here's a WR For You." on Apr 16 2014, 9:24a - 1 reply
WWI was the first European war where unconditional surrender was enforced.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 16 2014, 8:44a - 1 reply
I know the style of play I like and the kinds of players I like playing it.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 16 2014, 8:35a - 1 reply
I'm from MO. I'll look for it on rewind. My issue was jamming at the line.
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 16 2014, 8:26a
I think Flowers was 3rd round AND pro bowler
Commented on NFL Draft 2014: Would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and a 3rd? on Apr 16 2014, 8:21a - 1 reply
Agree on 2 outta 3, there. Boldin's better as a #2 threat. Bowe's always been cast in the #1 flanker role.
Commented on The Notebook: Is Kelvin Benjamin the next big thing? on Apr 16 2014, 12:44a
Yup. And I saw a couple plays where he had the all-important extra gear when the ball was in the air.
Commented on The Notebook: Is Kelvin Benjamin the next big thing? on Apr 16 2014, 12:38a
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