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About Jakuvious


  • NFL Team
    Kansas City Chiefs
  • MLB Team
    Kansas City Royals

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  • Location
    Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Job
    Middle Management....for now
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  1. Roster Moves

    Eh, should leave us in the same place as we were in against Pittsburgh as long as Wilson returns. Had Hill, Robinson, DAT, Chesson, and Kemp last week. Hill, Robinson, DAT, Chesson, and Wilson this week. Really no need for a #6 unless there's great ST value or to prepare for injuries. I could honestly argue we don't even need 5 for our scheme. Can't even remember the last time we had a 5 wide set that didn't include at least 1 TE or RB split out wide. Chesson, Robinson, and DAT are just all useful enough on special teams.
  2. I don't think you can make a move like this, at this point in time. I'm far from a fan of TT or McCarthy (I think Thompson not venturing into free agency makes his drafts look better in arguments by virtue of number of starters, and McCarthy's inability to scheme well on offense is masked by Rodgers being amazing), but to make a change at this point in Rodgers's career is really risky. There's been a few cases of incredibly successful rookie head coaches (Seifert, Gruden, Kubiak in round 2) but odds are you see a step back in year one with a rookie coach (or a rookie GM, assuming they bring changes of their own.) So you probably have a 35 year old Rodgers by the time things settle and you can see the potential reward and that. And I think you're better off rolling with the status quo in that case.
  3. Beyond the fact that the AFC South has had a stint of poor play (which in itself is not unusual, you'd find similar stints throughout history for other divisions), 2 in 15 years actually isn't that off. 4 divisions in each conference means the average division should have 3.75 superbowl appearances. 2 isn't THAT far off of that. It's not even the only division at that same total. For reference, here's a breakdown by division: AFC West: 3 AFC South: 2 AFC North: 4 AFC East: 6 NFC West: 5 NFC South: 5 NFC North: 2 NFC East: 3 The NFC North has been the same amount of times and it's been almost as long (a one year difference.) The AFC South actually hasn't been THAT bad over that 15 year stretch. They have over the last 6 or so, but it's really not anything outside the norm for a lesser NFL division. Some division is always going to be worst. (It's kind of mind blowing that the Packers only have one superbowl appearance in that time frame.)
  4. Roster Moves

    C.J. Spiller resigned again.
  5. Chiefs vs Steelers GDT

    In more good news, Tyreek HIll was deemed to NOT have received a concussion on that late play. So despite the short week, he'll presumably play on Thursday. So we lost a game against the team in the league we play by far the worst in, with no major injuries, and no regression in the standings. I will take that.
  6. Chiefs vs Steelers GDT

    Denver and Oakland losing means we lost basically no ground from this loss. Kind of awesome news, honestly. I think this was a game most of us had a feeling could be our worst this year. Looks to be about as undamaging to the team as possible.
  7. Week 6 GDT

    The history of the Chiefs is that of poor and/or journeymen QBs riding elite defense's to mediocrity and all the accolades that come with it. Steve Bono, Elvis GrBac, Bill Kenney, Matt Cassel, and Alex Smith, all pro-bowlers. Practically a Mount Rushmore of QB excellency. Could probably throw 93 Montana in there too, but his name just added some legitimacy to the list, even though his play that year probably fits.
  8. Week 6 GDT

    He's a decent singer, I guess, but as far as I'm concerned, the 49ers can have him if they want him. Unless you mean Steve Bono, in which case I'm not sure he's ever really counted for much of anything.
  9. Week 6 GDT

    Just remember, whatever QB you draft, you have to lend him to us in about 10 years. We'll split the difference this time between Montana and Smith. We won't count DeBerg. or GrBac.
  10. The Austin Seferian-Jenkins Fumble/Touchback

    Yeah, it absolutely should've been a TD. Just about everyone who saw it is in agreement on that.
  11. Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City Chiefs GDT

    Good game, Steeler fans. Weird game, but good game. Not entirely done figuring out what I think about it. Definitely impressed by the Steeler D though. More legit than I expected.
  12. Week 6 GDT

    I'd rather talk about the 49ers. I'm a masochist like that.
  13. Chiefs vs Steelers GDT

    Just for the record. We are still the #1 ranked team in the league. Tied with Philly for best record, but....we did beat them.
  14. Week 6 GDT

    Less than our run defense, our offensive line, or our run offense. Pass coverage was okay except for the Gaines/Sorensen blunder. Pass rush was bad though. But sure. Ignore the miraculous plays Smith pulled to get us close and just focus on the two misses under pressure down field to a WR Smith has no game time throwing to.