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    With the news of the Chiefs resigning Huard and asking Green to take a pay cut, it sounds like we will have a changing of the guard. I'm guessing that I'm in the minority here, but I am OK with the change. I'd love to be able to keep Green. But I'd rather have Huard start the season. If he stinks it up, then we can go back to Green. What do you guys think?????? Here is the full story:
    http://www.chiefscrowd.com/index.php...d=173&Itemid=2







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    If I were going to sum up the last 7 years of Chiefs football, I think mediocrity would be a good word to describe it. Maybe even longer than that.

    If this isn't a sign and trade deal, I think Green is gone. We are now paying almost $11 million/yr to QB's. Seems excessive when you don't even know who the #1 QB is.
    Exactly right, that is way to much, we need to fix some things, but it seems that the right things doesn't seem to get fixed, sigh!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenny1937 View Post
    Exactly right, that is way to much, we need to fix some things, but it seems that the right things doesn't seem to get fixed, sigh!!

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    Like maybe who the Gm is.


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    It just seems that this team isn't one year away from a superbowl. So why not put the kid in and let him learn and also see what you got
    What kid?? Hurd is 33. he hasn't been able to hold starting jobs with other teams that gave him chances. i think you keep Green and get a reciever that can strech the field, there are some good free agents. but then Herm would have to let him throw it...... remember Green's stats are in the top 5 in the league up until last season. was it Green or the coach? or the line?

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    Quote Originally Posted by khosier View Post
    What kid?? Hurd is 33. he hasn't been able to hold starting jobs with other teams that gave him chances. i think you keep Green and get a reciever that can strech the field, there are some good free agents. but then Herm would have to let him throw it...... remember Green's stats are in the top 5 in the league up until last season. was it Green or the coach? or the line?
    Good points. Who are the big name WR's FA's that you mention?


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    Quote Originally Posted by admin View Post
    Good points. Who are the big name WR's FA's that you mention?
    the top 2 are Donte Stallworth from the Eagles and Kevin Curtis from the Rams... they both can fly... but i don't see Herm wanting to strech the field.

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    Neither one are the WR's I would hope for. But certainly an improvement over the scrubs we have now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by khosier View Post
    What kid?? Hurd is 33. he hasn't been able to hold starting jobs with other teams that gave him chances. i think you keep Green and get a reciever that can strech the field, there are some good free agents. but then Herm would have to let him throw it...... remember Green's stats are in the top 5 in the league up until last season. was it Green or the coach? or the line?

    I could be wrong, but I think the "kid" he is referring to is Croyle.


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    I still believe that there are too many holes in this team, currently, to be addressed in only one season; not the least among them is the "O" line.


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    Neither one are the WR's I would hope for. But certainly an improvement over the scrubs we have now.

    I just heard that former Chief Joe Horn was cut by the Saints.


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    Horn is getting old and banged up.Stallworth only had a couple of fair years. sign maybe Curtis and draft a young one. untill the line is fixed the qb will have to run for his life. boringball,i mean hermieball wont strech the feild much. as far as green,his good days are gone. but under dickie, he was second to none. different offense,different times.
    i can remember what a chief super bowl team looks like! ......

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