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onejayhawk

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  1. Replacing Bob Sutton

    Watching him drop six and rush three when Carr was completing 80% says a lot. We can pressure the passer, but we have not been trying even when the run is not a reasonable option. J
  2. TNF: Chiefs @ Oakland

    This one hurts. Both teams played well enough to win. Well, except Marcus Peters. 10 days is going to be so welcome. Denver at home. Dallas in Irving, then the break. J
  3. TNF: Chiefs @ Oakland

    Houston's sack totals don't agree with you. Houston is in cover more than you like. We get that. He is not in coverage "all the time." Sutton's offense has been good at controlling the score and turning the ball over. When they give up big plays, as often as not it's a bit of a freak, like the Antonio Brown TD. J
  4. TNF: Chiefs @ Oakland

    Four rushers is standard. Five is a blitz. We have been getting solid pressure and some sacks from a four man rush. J
  5. Roster Moves

    We may wind up using DAT and Spiller. I also expect more two TE sets. J
  6. TNF: Chiefs @ Oakland

    12th in the league in sacks is not great, but it isn't 25th either. The run defense is 25th. J
  7. TNF: Chiefs @ Oakland

    I'm lifting this from my comment in the After Week One thread. Next up we get some more division play, which was expected to be tougher than it has shown so far. On top of that, it's a short week. Let's look at things. Oakland has lost four straight after starting 2-0 They just lost to the Chargers, who the Chiefs beat in week 2 Carr has shown a tendency to throw interceptions under pressure The Chiefs can rush the passer The Raiders' OL has not been the fortress many expected Marshawn Lynch has not been Beast Mode Even in his 49er days, Alex Smith played well against the Raiders Reid seems to have the Raiders number This game is doable, even on a short week. Do it. J
  8. Chiefs vs Steelers GDT

    It's better that they lost on a fluke play. The Steelers could very well be back in January. We'll see who wins then. J
  9. The Season - an outlook after week 1

    We all knew we would not go undefeated. That they lost while holding their opponent under 20 points says some interesting things. Still, we almost made it through the toughest part of the schedule without losing, even with the medical bill. Next up we get some more division play, which was expected to be tougher than it has shown so far. On top of that, it's a short week. Let's look at things. Oakland has lost four straight after starting 2-0 They just lost to the Chargers, who the Chiefs beat in week 2 Carr has shown a tendency to throw interceptions under pressure The Chiefs can rush the passer The Raiders' OL has not been the fortress many expected Marshawn Lynch has not been Beast Mode Reid seems to have the Raiders number This game is doable, even on a short week. Do it. J
  10. Roster Moves

    Not resigned, re-signed. Resigned means you quit. Re-signed means you signed again. J
  11. Chiefs vs Steelers GDT

    I'd be OK with deep passes to Robinson, or to Kelce, or Hunt, or DAT, or... Throwing downfield is the single biggest change from last year. That Alex is throwing deep and still completing 75% of his throws is insane. J
  12. Chiefs vs Steelers GDT

    Not going to happen this week IMO. Our DL is much better. Houston on the edge won't hurt either. I hope Ragland starts to make his presence felt, but that would be a bonus. J
  13. Wide Receivers

    Another article on the loss of Conley. The point that sticks out concerns blocking. http://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/what_does_the_loss_of_chris_conley_mean_for_the_kansas_city_chiefs/s1_7899_24775814 J
  14. Offensive Line

    You play the best player. It is already clear that Erving's upside is substantial. It's and issue of how many bad plays do you tolerate in exchange for the athleticism. If he needs seasoning, sobeit. J
  15. Offensive Line

    I'm hoping Erving beats them both for the job. Everything I have seen and heard points to massive potential and poor coaching. Having an interior OL of Erving/Morse/ LDT could ruin some LBs day. Those two are still quality depth. J
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