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Alex Smith Traded To The Chiefs (How This Could Effect The Panthers Draft)

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Chiefs fans are upset.....

http://www.arrowhead...-49ers#comments

Gonna spend the rest of thier lives wondering if this was the year orton comes alive! May never find out now :(

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lots of rumors flying around that the 9ers might target Harvin or Revis. With all of those picks it certainly seems possible. Furthermore, a lot of their picks didn't even play last year. they can essentially skip out on this year's draft (by trading for established players or by trading for future picks) and not even take a hit in terms of performance.

Mother fuging poo. Alex Smith a 2nd and a 3rd, are you serious?

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Wouldn't be surprised if SF uses what it's got now to work a deal for Revis. That's just unfair!

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What makes you think Chiefs still wont draft Geno Smith? Geno is very raw and not ready to start.

Heard that one before

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lots of rumors flying around that the 9ers might target Harvin or Revis. With all of those picks it certainly seems possible. Furthermore, a lot of their picks didn't even play last year. they can essentially skip out on this year's draft (by trading for established players or by trading for future picks) and not even take a hit in terms of performance.

Mother fuging poo. Alex Smith a 2nd and a 3rd, are you serious?

I Dno about Revis but can def see a Harvin trade. SF read option will only be more problematic for opponents with Harvin in the mix. Vikings will def bite on a 2nd rd offer.

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What are the Chiefs seeing, that they should give up a second rounder for a dink and dunk passer?

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What are the Chiefs seeing, that they should give up a second rounder for a dink and dunk passer?

one rookie QB with a bum shoulder and the other that doesnt look like he is ready to be a starter. Did you see the interview Geno did with Mooch? That would scare a lot of NFL execs away. Geno isnt going to be a great NFL QB. Bad pocket awareness and you get pressure on him and he cracks.

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What are the Chiefs seeing, that they should give up a second rounder for a dink and dunk passer?

Maybe they're not confident in Geno Smith? Don't know why he looked pretty good at the combine, he's raw but his potential is higher than Alex Smith's (although I haven't watched that much game tape on him)

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He will be 29 when the season starts this year.

Tom Brady just signed a 3 year extension and he is 37. Your point???

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The Chiefs could have been smarter about this. I can understand their desperation for a QB, but to give up a high draft pick for a guy like Alex Smith? That would be like trading away a late first round pick for a guy like Marc Bulger.

They could have drafted a QB in the third, and got the same kind of skills Alex Smith offers. Terrible move.

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The Chiefs could have been smarter about this. I can understand their desperation for a QB, but to give up a high draft pick for a guy like Alex Smith? That would be like trading away a late first round pick for a guy like Marc Bulger.

They could have drafted a QB in the third, and got the same kind of skills Alex Smith offers. Terrible move.

I agree they should have picked up Matt Moore in FA and taken a 2nd or 3rd round qb.

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Tom Brady just signed a 3 year extension and he is 37. Your point???

Wow.

Tom Brady v. Alex Smith.

What is YOUR point?

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