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    By Mike Florio
    With all the concern regarding the ability of Andy Reid’s former quarterback in Philly putting himself in harm’s way, red flags should be hoisted regarding a sudden reckless streak from Reid’s current quarterback in Kansas City. Smith, who lost his starting job in San Francisco after a concussion opened the door for Colin Kaepernick, repeatedly… Read more…

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    Agreed! I am glad to see him take a risk by not sliding or going out of bounds if it is 3rd down and he is close to getting the 1st but I want him to show the judgement not to take the risk when it is not going to make a difference. He is far too important to risk hurting himself for a yard or two that won't make a big difference. I do like the fact that he is giving 110% though!

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    The O-line needs to protect Alex Smith a little better

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankenchief View Post
    the o-line needs to protect alex smith a little better

    ​this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenchief View Post
    The O-line needs to protect Alex Smith a little better
    Seconded !! If this O-Line could step it up and do a better job and be even half as good as during the Dick Vermeil days, this Offense could be very good.

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    While I agree with all of the comments! What I see from Alex, I will if need, I am willing to make a play. Every member of that offense knows how important the QB is! They have been put on notice of it, if you do not, I will try. That will result in more than we will think! He is becoming a leader. He is enduring his offense to do more, because he is willing. It does scare me the risk he is taking, but it may pay off in the reaction by the team! This QB is fighting to win! I like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tornadospotter View Post
    This QB is fighting to win! I like that.
    Yeah just what IS THAT about? Is this a new concept? Somebody explain that to me. While you're all at it, what is that thing when our QB kneels down at the end of the game?!!!... STRANGE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdempsey69 View Post
    Seconded !! If this O-Line could step it up and do a better job and be even half as good as during the Dick Vermeil days, this Offense could be very good.
    On paper I really thought we had enough talent across the line to be at least "half as good as during the Dick Vermeil days." Color me let down so far. :(

    I don't know who's to blame here. Are our O-linemen overrated? Is the new system to blame? Is it Chung? It's somewhat perplexing. Whatever it is I hope it gets fixed SOON or this will prove to be a colored balloon season that can burst on us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenchief View Post
    I don't know who's to blame here. Are our O-linemen overrated? Is the new system to blame? Is it Chung? It's somewhat perplexing. Whatever it is I hope it gets fixed SOON or this will prove to be a colored balloon season that can burst on us.
    Having said the above, I have to blame part of last night's O-line problems to not having any real TEs on the field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenchief View Post
    Yeah just what IS THAT about? Is this a new concept? Somebody explain that to me. While you're all at it, what is that thing when our QB kneels down at the end of the game?!!!... STRANGE!

    Def: Aspects of the game enjoyed by the Chiefs franchise and it's fan base in the Dick Vermeil era.
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