Halftime Adjustments......the biggest difference in this game. KC was hanging with Atl. But the Falcons were to make the right adjustments at halftime. That falls on the HC.
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I understand your have a very strong hatred towards all things on this team including Pioli, Cassel, the 4th stringers, the water boy, players that left... Fact of the matter, Cassel was killing the Falcons the first half and that is the only reason this game was close for as long as it was.
You are blindly pointing all of the blame at one person, when I will tell you that if Cassel had an offensive line that will gave him time, and a OC that knew what he was doing such as Weis. He would be fine, but if you want to just look at the final results of the team and blame one guy. That is fine, and it is your choice, but dont get upset when people get sick and tired of your constant BLIND beating a dead horse BS opinion over and over again. We don't come here to have you complain in every thread about the same stupid stuff when it has little merit as most people see beyond ONE guy.
The mere fact that you trash Cassel so much and have a name supporting a guy exactly like Cassle screams I am a troll just posting BS on this forum. Yet, most trolls don't waste as much time as you do and eventually get bored and move on until they have another reason to pop up again.
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3rd string depth are players just drafted waiting to develop into possible starters but contribute on special teams. You get them from the draft or UFA rookies. There is also the 2nd, 3rd and 4th chance players just waiting for things to click. You hope one of them sticks.
Reality is out there. Look for it.
Last edited by Seek; 09-12-2012 at 01:48 PM.
The offensive line was complete crap. It has been completely remade and is still developing with youth and now has some Young depth. Cassel actually had time to throw the ball without pressure immediately this week until the second half when we even struggled running.
We actually had to cut many receivers that I would have liked to keep simply because there was not room. Before, we switched them out after every other game as a trial run.
We have three possibly four decent running backs. Last year, we had one and he got hurt...
So why you see 1-9 as it being Cassel. I see it as a team game becuase that is what the NFL is. It is not golf.
The point I am making about depth at corner. The Chiefs drafted it and they got hurt. You don't just find 3rd string help in FA like Dunta without paying for them and moving them to a starting role.
More than one source in the local media is reporting this every time someone like you complains that the Chiefs didn't want to retain Carr.
Here's the thing with Carr Bowe and the whole Franchise tag. We were never going to give Carr what he wanted. He wanted to be paid like a number 1 when he was our 2. Flowers had proven better then Carr. We tagged Bowe Because we had the better chance to lock him up. It would be stupid to pay 2 cbs number 1 money. ANd whatever money we gave to Carr Flowers would have then wanted more. Then if we do that we wouldn't have the money in the cap to lock up some of our other players are are coming up on needing to be resigned and we would here the whining about not keeping our guys. We did the smart thing. Carr had not proven he was a number 1 cb and still hasn't maybe he will but we didn't pay a guy number 1 money before he proved he was a 1. I don't think that is a bad move at all
This really isn't even amusing anymore.
21-27 is not an improvement over 10-38 now?
And this endless repetition of the same exact anti-Chiefs sentiments....
How many times can you type in the exact same point of "beat bad teams, not good teams..."?
You used to be an amusement around here. Like "come and witness the horrors a crowd member who refuses reality!" But it doesn't change. You briefly soften up on the reversal of logic. But here you are back the same old BS again.......
As far as I am concerned, you have just run your course here.
Last edited by chief31; 09-15-2012 at 11:51 AM.