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    Default OK now I'm officially worried about Fisher!


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    I have been a fan and have supported him all along. Last week he didn't look good and I chalked it up to lack of camp practice. Tonight he looks like a highschool 2nd stringer trying to play in the NFL!!! ... It's painful to watch!

    Somebody tell me why I should not be worried.

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    I have said all offseason I think they have set Fisher up to fail with how they have manged him since drafting him

    But if there is 1 reason not to hit the panic button long term it is that he did improve at LT like he did over the year at RT. But I really still hate how they have manged him
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    Wait until the season is over until you pass judgement. It's only his 2nd start as a pro at LT.

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    Oh I'm not passing judgement. I'm just getting worried. I love to see him succeed. But The lack of progress (yes from week 1 to week 2 of preseason) is a bit alarming.

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    Having said that, if memory serves me right, John Alt didn't look very good early either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenchief View Post
    Having said that, if memory serves me right, John Alt didn't look very good early either.
    Quite correct about Alt. As for Fisher, we'll just have to see how he progresses as the season goes on. I don't think he'll be as bad as Albert was in his 2nd season in 2009, but like yourself, I want to see better than what we've seen thus far this preseason.

    Speaking of O-Lineman, I have liked what I've seen from the Chiefs last draft pick in 2014, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and I predict he'll be displacing Jeff Allen at LG in the not-too-distant future.

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    It wasn't a good night for anyone on the O-line, but in their defense...The Panthers had a very tough D last year.

    While I don't think that Fisher is being set up to fail, do think that having to go into surgery without a proper offseason didn't help his cause at all.

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    Franken: You're so correct about John Alt. I called him the "Mountain Man" back in the day. Back then I thought we had the best O-line ever in Chiefs history. I like everyone's thoughts about Fisher. Let's give him some more time & see he how he progresses.
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    I think that everyone should have "cause for concern" about Fisher....and rightly so. For that matter, I think there is "cause for concern" about this entire season. Say what you will about the players we lost in Free Agency but no matter how you slice it we lost 4 starters in Free Agency and none of them were guys that just barely made the team. They were all important parts of last year's team. I don't think any of them were worth the money they got by moving but all of them were better than average players. Same applies to Flowers. That makes 5 starters we lost. 10% of a 53 man roster.

    So yeah there is plenty of "cause for concern". Gotta say though....we have a much more capable coach than we've had in a long time. I can't think of too many other coaches I'd want to try to pull this team into a winning formula.

    No doubt this is a rebuilding team. No matter how this season turns out, remember that Dorsey and Reid are going to have a lot of draft picks to play with next year (11 I think) and that will give them a lot of flexibility. They can use them to trade up in the draft or to try to trade for experienced players.I don't think we'll do as well this year as last, but I suspect 2015-2020 are going to be very good years.

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    he was flagged for 2 holding calls. one a drive killer. yeah im worried
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