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PostPosted: Tue Jan 01, 2013 7:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I wouldn't exactly say Zach Brown was anything better than average this year. He is still too much of a finesse player, and doesn't play downhill anywhere near enough (the same issues people had with him in College). Two pick 6's against one of the worst Offense's in NFL history doesn't change anything.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2013 10:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

germ-x wrote:
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Hope some of you saw the performance of Zach Brown yesterday.

Dont mean to toot my horn but this guy is everything I said he would be. Plays fast with tremendous athleticism. Dont want to call you out (because I remember who they were). Just remember, speed kills in this league now.


It was me, i don't have a problem calling me out on it either. If i miss, i'll admit it.

Brown did have very good rookie season.

Well I respect you coming out and admitting it, doesnt happen much on forums.

lomaxgr wrote:
I wouldn't exactly say Zach Brown was anything better than average this year. He is still too much of a finesse player, and doesn't play downhill anywhere near enough (the same issues people had with him in College). Two pick 6's against one of the worst Offense's in NFL history doesn't change anything.

Not true. Even taking out last week, which IMO was a highlight of his entire season, he has really played very well. I agree that he absolutely needs to put some weight on but what can not be said is that he was a "finesse player". He was strong in the run game almost every time I saw him. Played with great vision which people before the draft questioned.

If TEN can get a DL, that defense will be very good and extremely fast.
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How the AFCW would instantly transform to the better, more competitive if Reid and Lovie (now pursued by the Chargers) both were to land in our division.
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How the AFCW would instantly transform to the better, more competitive if Reid and Lovie (now pursued by the Chargers) both were to land in our division.


You are correct with Reid the Chiefs will improve to 4-12.
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How the AFCW would instantly transform to the better, more competitive if Reid and Lovie (now pursued by the Chargers) both were to land in our division.


You are correct with Reid the Chiefs will improve to 4-12.

But.. but... they have FIVE pro-bowlers! 16-0. easy.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 1:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

jsthomp2007 wrote:
BroncoinGermany wrote:
How the AFCW would instantly transform to the better, more competitive if Reid and Lovie (now pursued by the Chargers) both were to land in our division.


You are correct with Reid the Chiefs will improve to 4-12.


I am far from scared of Reid.
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jsthomp2007 wrote:
BroncoinGermany wrote:
How the AFCW would instantly transform to the better, more competitive if Reid and Lovie (now pursued by the Chargers) both were to land in our division.


You are correct with Reid the Chiefs will improve to 4-12.

But.. but... they have FIVE pro-bowlers! 16-0. easy.


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The Ried hire is a good one. However, I do think it will be a long and tough road to rebuild the roster in Reids image. If he hires a 3-4 DC, it may be a bit easier. Their biggest hurdle, as everyone knows, is QB. Where/How to get one, and is he the right guy? Two of the most difficult questions to answer for all franchises that don't currently have one.
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champ+jay+al=SB wrote:
jsthomp2007 wrote:
BroncoinGermany wrote:
How the AFCW would instantly transform to the better, more competitive if Reid and Lovie (now pursued by the Chargers) both were to land in our division.


You are correct with Reid the Chiefs will improve to 4-12.


I am far from scared of Reid.


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copeland wrote:
The Ried hire is a good one. However, I do think it will be a long and tough road to rebuild the roster in Reids image. If he hires a 3-4 DC, it may be a bit easier. Their biggest hurdle, as everyone knows, is QB. Where/How to get one, and is he the right guy? Two of the most difficult questions to answer for all franchises that don't currently have one.

Reid is not a good hire if hes got full control. History proves it. He got full control of personnel in 2004 and ever since then PHI has had bad draft after bad FA signing.
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lomaxgr wrote:
I wouldn't exactly say Zach Brown was anything better than average this year. He is still too much of a finesse player, and doesn't play downhill anywhere near enough (the same issues people had with him in College). Two pick 6's against one of the worst Offense's in NFL history doesn't change anything.


Disagree. He didn't shy away from contact like people thought he would. He played much better than I think most people thought.
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JerseysFinest27 wrote:
copeland wrote:
The Ried hire is a good one. However, I do think it will be a long and tough road to rebuild the roster in Reids image. If he hires a 3-4 DC, it may be a bit easier. Their biggest hurdle, as everyone knows, is QB. Where/How to get one, and is he the right guy? Two of the most difficult questions to answer for all franchises that don't currently have one.

Reid is not a good hire if hes got full control. History proves it. He got full control of personnel in 2004 and ever since then PHI has had bad draft after bad FA signing.


Let's hope he hasn't learned from his mistakes.
I hope your "history proves it" argument is correct, cause we got em twice a year to find out.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 3:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I watched the Titans game in Jacksonville and the Patriots game and I saw the finesse player I saw in College. I will have to take your word for it.
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copeland wrote:
JerseysFinest27 wrote:
copeland wrote:
The Ried hire is a good one. However, I do think it will be a long and tough road to rebuild the roster in Reids image. If he hires a 3-4 DC, it may be a bit easier. Their biggest hurdle, as everyone knows, is QB. Where/How to get one, and is he the right guy? Two of the most difficult questions to answer for all franchises that don't currently have one.

Reid is not a good hire if hes got full control. History proves it. He got full control of personnel in 2004 and ever since then PHI has had bad draft after bad FA signing.


Let's hope he hasn't learned from his mistakes.
I hope your "history proves it" argument is correct, cause we got em twice a year to find out.


the chiefs next season will not win more than 6 games. and andy reid will never win more than 9 games as their head coach. quote that.
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So the Colts really needed to punch some of those drives into the end zone.
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