Weapons, weapons, weapons

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  1. Hoodhero

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    K1 been posting a lot of Wirfs stuff on Twitter lately. Not sure if its message to front office or his good friends with Wirfs but don't remember him doing that for Lamb

    Update: Got to be shot @ front office. His posting Wirfs PFF grades & video of him shutting down Cam Jordan. I don't see anything online about them been close friends
     
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    Its a clear message to keim
    he wants a a better offensive line
     
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    Good because Kylers strength is the long ball, you need a oline that can maintain its pass pro the Pugh/Cole failed at that dramatically at critical points throughout the season
     
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    Protection, protection , protection

    If Kyler gets nicked up at all he’s toast as a runner. Tankathon has us taking Darrisaw.
     
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    I can't shake the thought that the WR problem lies with our coaching not bringing them along. Training, especially in the route running department, is sorely lacking, imo. They just don't seem to get much separation a lot of times, especially when jammed at OL. If you can't do that you put your QB is a world of hurt. You hope they can learn a lot more by just watching and training with Hopkins.

    But as I always say, "What do I know?"
     
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    That’s almost identical to my double down plan
     
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    If you have Davonte Adams running nothing but 10 yard curls or 8 yard outs from the same side of the field all the time he isn't getting 1400 yards.
     
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    I gotta admit that as frustrating as Andy Isabella is I think the Chiefs would do a better job getting the ball in his hands.

    Loved watching the constant motion with Hill and Hardman. Obviously he's not as good as those guys, but I like how they use their speed.
     
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    Actually Hardman is no special player at all. He has speed to burn just like Isabella, but neither a good route runner nor good hands. Superior returner, that's it. The Chiefs get the ball in his hands on sweeps and screens, or simple underneath crossers that he turns into 1st downs. Other than that, he just stretches the field and the QB that Mahomes is, he hits a few here and there.

    Bottom line, Isabella isn't much different to Hardman. It's just the usage.
     
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    Fair. We talk about the guys we could have drafted, but man imagine the Chiefs with Metcalf or McLaurin (probably a better fit).
     
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    football karma Happy in the pretense of knowledge

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    the weird thing: in 2019 they used Damiere Byrd in the "designated deep threat" role. At a minimum, not sure why Isabella cant fill that spot
     
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    Agreed. I wish he would just go and tell them that though. Retweeting comes across as super passive-aggressive.
     
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    Sounds like we shouldn't be shocked if we take Creed Humphrey in round 1.
     
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    Or Quinn Meinerz?
     
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    Possibly a day 2 guy at this point. Being able to play G and C is pretty valuable.
     
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