OT: TNF

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  1. BigRedRage

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    Who the heck cares if they know... If you have less than a yard to go, a 6'5", 240 lb human being driving behind three 300+ humans should be able to pick up the first down.

    Or, you can continue to endanger your already hurt franchise QBs health...
     
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    The amount of times Kelce has taken a snap under center is probably zero. Also the injury to Mahomes was a different leg. If you are so worried that he gets hurt you don’t play him at all but then again you can say that about every QB in the league.


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    A. Travis Kelce was a HS QB *as was Blake Bell, the other TE*
    B. Even if he wasn't, you are not teaching him brain surgery, it is a center-QB exchange...
    C. Nobody is saying that you need to bubble wrap these guys, but when you go into a game with a pre-existing injury that is affecting your performance, maybe you do not subject that QB to that risk...

    But hey, what do I know... I am sure Matt Moore will lead them to the superbowl.
     
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    Bottom line 1 injury had nothing to do with the other injury. Nuff said, case closed, freakish injury
     
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    I’d center QB exchange was so easy more colleges would do it. It’s not easy and can lead to fumbles. That would be like saying if Tom Brady got hurt on a sneak that they should have had Edelman do it bc he was a college QB and you don’t want Brady injured even though he has done it for over 10 years now.


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    College teams do not use the center exchange for a multitude of reasons...pre-snap reads, disguising patterns (vice the D reading a 3, 5, 7 step drop), RPOs, zone reads, etc... Taking the snap isn't one of them... that is why in victory formation the center snaps the ball to the QB and doesn't shotgun it...

    Edelmen is 5'10", 198 and Tom Brady is 6'4" 225, apples and oranges. ... your average TE is 6'4"-6'6" and 240-260... who do you want powering behind the line to gain a half a yard?

    But hey, this was solely my opinion. PM doesn't get hurt in a pile up if he is not in it... The Chiefs now have to make do with Matt Moore.
     
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    LMAO.When I read that the image that comes to mind is Bill Gramatica calling Thomas Jones to tell him about making the FG.:clapping:
     
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    The MRI has confirmed the #Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes suffered a dislocated kneecap, but not significant additional damage, sources tell me and
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    . He’ll seek additional opinions to be sure. The plan is for him to return this season after a brief absence.
     
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    Google says 6 weeks. I'm assuming that's because of swelling. having had surgery twice for patellar tendons the kneecap(patella) is actually attached to the patellar tendon, which is a ligament not a tendon. So if the patella tendon is NOT torn, then he's lucky and should be able to come back this year. They're saying no significant additional damage so that probably means just swelling no tear.
     
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    6-7 weeks it will probably be, freakish injury.

    He might return against the Patriots or Denver. So he has 3-4 games to go at least 9-7 since I'm sure they beat the Titans, Chargers and Raiders they will have a chance but not sure. so 10-6 to 9-7 should win them still the AFC west.
     

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