From "7 Ways to be a Troll":
1: Use mass quantities. The most extreme trolling often uses repetition. Intense trolling will repeatedly hit on something that will get a “…really…” response out of people. Usually, the more repetitious a trolling is, the more annoying it will be. Be sure to evaluate how much repetition is enough and how much is too much. Sometimes one hit is all it takes to appropriately troll.
2:Be anonymous. Create an identity aside from your real life identity when trolling, especially when trolling strangers.
3: Browse the forums or message board and see if there are any patterns of behavior. Trolling often utilizes repetition to be effective. See patterns of behavior and remember them because they may come in handy when planning your troll.
Fact of the matter, No one does know if Geno will be a star until he proves it. So far everyone is betting that his chances are lower than that of My Man Horton. Which by the way Horton is poo that didn't stick. Geno is the poo that covers that poo up.
To my fellow Chiefs fans, Especially MMH, TC, and Matthews:
Diversity is a great thing!
I've not posted a whole lot, but believe me I'm an avid fan and daily reader of all the new post, comments. The three I mentioned above all have some things in common, such as tons of true hard core chiefs, and individual player facts, Absolute diehard Chiefs fans, and last but not least a real passion for your own opinions. All of these are great traits to have. You guys make this site, for lazy, and/or too busy, people like myself, We rely on a lot of the chiefs related news from you. That is what makes this site so special, its people like you. Diversity is good for this site, Diversity is what made this country the best country this world has ever seen. Diversity is also what divides, and can destruct if we cant except it.
I have enjoyed this site, and will continue to enjoy it.
We have soooo many things to be excited about this coming season. I personally would rather have Geno Smith, or several other qbs, with the second round pick, and pay him 2 million a year and keep next years second round, then have Alex Smith, loose next years second round, and pay him 9 million. But all thats hind sight. Back when we made the trade no one would have predicted that, Geno would have still been here, and that Albert would have signed the FA tender. This change day to day.
Time and only time will tell us what kind of players that were drafted.
Chiefs will rise to the top again.
May the Chiefs be called "Daddy" by the rest of the AFC West!
I probably have gone back and forth with MY man more then anyone on this site. I enjoy it mostly. It's good for the offseason to have someone like that around in some ways at least it gives us something to talk about. My man has been call a troll way to many times IMO. I have in the past defended him in this and I will again. My Man Hali isn't a troll IMO. He has his opinions and he has a right to them. Like it or not there's a logic behind his opinions mostly. He was right about last season before it happened. Give the devil his due. The Geno thing I don't think it was so much his message as much as how he went about it. If he had done what you did saying he prefered Geno to Alex there wouldn't be the fallout that there is. The reason he got the fallout he did is that he didn't let it rest. Even after the draft he has gone on and on about it. He can be frustrating in that at times yes but that in no way means he's just trolling. He will be back and he will disagree more with all of us. But that's the point of this forum to talk some CHIEFS FOOTBALL. We all have the right to disagree with each other. We also have the right to our opinions. And we have the right to chose how to express them as long as they are within the rules of this forum. You can chose to answer my man or you could chose to ignore him. That's up to you.
All I want is to draft a qb and develop him. We have to realize that the teams that have won super bowls DRAFT QUARTERBACKS AND DEVELOP THEM. Now, we just traded 2 high draft picks for Alex Smith, another team's back up quarterback. This is a WIN NOW move.
Past super bowl winners:
Ravens-QB in first round
Giants- QB through the draft
Packers- QB first round
Saints- FA Drew Brees. If you can find me a FA that is a Drew Brees then I will be on board with you
Pitt- QB first round
Giants- First round
Colts- First round
Steelers- First round
This is not some weird coincidence. Teams need to take the risk either in the first or second round and try to draft and develop a quarterback. For the past 20 years or so we have acquired quarterbacks from other teams and it has not worked. We didn't trade Albert, we have no second round pick this year and no second or third round pick for next year which limits our ability to build through the draft, this is why I think the Alex Smith move is a mistake.