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Jimpac
09-14-2010, 02:57 AM
We still have no QuarterBack! If not for Special Teams AND D FENCE

What the HELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

matthewschiefs
09-14-2010, 02:58 AM
Matt didn't show much tonight, But it's only one game and he didn't do anything to lose the game. But we have to be better on offense as a whole.

Ryfo18
09-14-2010, 03:06 AM
I'll agree. He needs to step it up.

hardcorechiefsfan
09-14-2010, 03:11 AM
Matt didn't show much tonight, But it's only one game and he didn't do anything to lose the game. But we have to be better on offense as a whole.
Well, from what I've read on here - since I couldn't see it on tv - I'm sure that with a winning defense he might just perk up to the job.

brish
09-14-2010, 03:58 AM
Make some examples instead of just saying he sucks...

He missed some reads, so he needs to improve on his vision down the field.
But he threw the ball fairly well and didn't make any major screwups!

If Chambers and Bowe had made a few of the catches they dropped, maybe we could have sustained a drive..

Stop making these halfassed posts, and actualy post something worthwhile...

chiefnut
09-14-2010, 10:32 AM
he may have "made" one play all game, he does need to step it up. the D played well, but the weather and rivers temper tantrum may have helped. no way can we continue to win w/his current level of play.

N TX Dave
09-14-2010, 10:46 AM
Well there were several passes that both Chambers and Bowe dropped again they started where they left off last year. I watch these other games and if the QB hits the WR in the hands they catch almost all of them and I think why can't our WR catch the ball like that? In traffic or not they catch it while our WR drop more than they catch good throw or not. Also the first series set the tone for the game Cassel ended up on his back all 3 plays the Chargers D was getting to him even the announcers said the O line needed to step up or else it will be a log night for the Chiefs. Between the drops and the pressure no QB would have had a good night last night for the Chiefs.

chiefnut
09-14-2010, 11:25 AM
even naanee dropped one in the hands wich would have been 6pts, so the weather may have played in. i won't rail on these guys till they drop them on a dry day....which may be next week.

honda522
09-14-2010, 11:55 AM
I'm happy at Matt. Sort. He didn't turn the ball over or put it on the ground....

Canada
09-14-2010, 08:02 PM
He didnt have a turnover the whole game. There were only 48 offensive plays, the offense went for 197 yards...I dont know if you noticed but it was PISSING down rain. We werent really going with the big air attack. Bad weather game, didnt turn the ball over and we won our first ever game at our new stadium, we are leading the AFC West and we won on Monday Night Football. Can't you wait until Wednesday to say he sucks.

Chiefster
09-14-2010, 09:09 PM
He didnt have a turnover the whole game. There were only 48 offensive plays, the offense went for 197 yards...I dont know if you noticed but it was PISSING down rain. We werent really going with the big air attack. Bad weather game, didnt turn the ball over and we won our first ever game at our new stadium, we are leading the AFC West and we won on Monday Night Football. Can't you wait until Wednesday to say he sucks.

...This!

Hayvern
09-15-2010, 02:02 AM
Well Matt did not display a lot in the terms of offense through the air, but as has been said, he did not do anything to hurt the effort.

I also saw a couple of good things when I watched the game tonight again on DVR. Matt did a great job of stepping into the pocket and trusting the protection he was getting. Like a broken record though, I have to once again say that the offensive line killed us on a number of plays both running and passing.

The offensive line is really what needs to step up. I am far from saying they suck, but besides for a couple of holes, they really lost in the trenches again.

tammietailgator
09-15-2010, 02:40 AM
Matt did a great job of stepping into the pocket and trusting the protection he was getting.

Yes, and this is where that trust begins.... In front of the crowd (not just us :yahoo:) everyone had to be a bit nervous for MNF, nationally televised, home opener.... I think they did outstanding!!! The O line needs to step it up on the road. I was also impressed with the lack of penalties! As well as the penalties and TO that we as fans caused.... this is sounding like real football :yahoo::chiefs: