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    Quote Originally Posted by bwilliams View Post
    Um, when we started Page/Pollard as rookies in 2007 we finished 4-12. When we started Carr/Flowers as rookies in 2008, we finished 2-14.

    From what I've read, he is good. As a FS, not a SS. He's a coverage guy, not a hard-hitting one. He'll get killed if we start him there.

    My hope is that a decent SS becomes available after cuts, and we pick him up. The other options aren't good.
    Carr and Flowers were also the only bright spots on that team. The rest of the team sucked.

    Page also had a very good year. Not so much Pollard.

    I am not saying that he will be great, but you are already counting him out before seeing him play.

    I still think he will make a bigger impact than any other rookie, excluding Berry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seek View Post
    Carr and Flowers were also the only bright spots on that team. The rest of the team sucked.

    Page also had a very good year. Not so much Pollard.

    I am not saying that he will be great, but you are already counting him out before seeing him play.

    I still think he will make a bigger impact than any other rookie, excluding Berry.
    Page, Pollard, Carr, and Flowers had good-to-great rookie years, but they still played like rookies. Berry is one of the most pro-ready prospects to come out in a long time, and even he'll have a learning curve. A 5th rounder like Lewis will have a much, much bigger one than that.

    How was I counting him out, saying that he's a FS not a SS? Page is a FS, not a SS, by the way. We don't have a legit SS on the roster right now. Anyway, on what are you even basing that the coaches are looking to play him at SS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwilliams View Post
    Page, Pollard, Carr, and Flowers had good-to-great rookie years, but they still played like rookies. Berry is one of the most pro-ready prospects to come out in a long time, and even he'll have a learning curve. A 5th rounder like Lewis will have a much, much bigger one than that.

    How was I counting him out, saying that he's a FS not a SS? Page is a FS, not a SS, by the way. We don't have a legit SS on the roster right now. Anyway, on what are you even basing that the coaches are looking to play him at SS?
    Just the fact that both Berry and Lewis were the starting safeties in OTA when camp ended.

    How do you know that Lewis is not the FS and they have Berry is the SS. Does not make much sense to me, but neither did the tweet about Page hoping we drafted Berry, seeing how they both play the same postion.

    Usually, when someone says the Chiefs will be in a world of %^&% if Lewis is starting, usually means you have counted him out already.

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    the only knock on lewis was that he is slow. I think both him and berry are versatile safeties who can play either position as they are being groomed from the start. I would prefer to see Berry play at FS, as I think that is his natural position. but he can play SS too, otherwise we wouldn't have drafted him at no.5 overall. its too early to say where which one end up, but I would like to see both of them start because I think we all know what we have with Page, McGraw, etc. Which is not much. give the young dudes a chance
    J5, Cassel, Tamba, Brandon Flowers, all going pro bowl in 2010, Chiefs go 9-7, make Wild Card playoffs...

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