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    How the does a fat ass 60 year old man like Reid manage to stay ahead of the curve? He is the offensive Belichick.
    he was always ahead of the curve... McNabb had his accuracy issues for sure, but Reid loved the mobility. Westbrook would be the quintessential "modern" back. then he found LeSean McCoy

    even when he got to KC his first order of business was to trade for Alex Smith. a QB who could extend plays. sure, jamaal charles fell into his lap, but he also found Kareem Hunt.

    even going back to philly one of his big criticisms was that in big games he'd abandon the run too quick and throw too much, something he still has a tendency to do. he's always been the same. ST has always underrated the out of him.

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    he was always ahead of the curve... McNabb had his accuracy issues for sure, but Reid loved the mobility. Westbrook would be the quintessential "modern" back. then he found LeSean McCoy

    even when he got to KC his first order of business was to trade for Alex Smith. a QB who could extend plays. sure, jamaal charles fell into his lap, but he also found Kareem Hunt.

    even going back to philly one of his big criticisms was that in big games he'd abandon the run too quick and throw too much, something he still has a tendency to do. he's always been the same. ST has always underrated the out of him.
    He’s the best coach in the NFL not named Bill Belichick, imo. I thought hiring Spags was a bad decision but I was clearly wrong and imo he’s the best offensive mind out there.

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    He’s the best coach in the NFL not named Bill Belichick, imo. I thought hiring Spags was a bad decision but I was clearly wrong and imo he’s the best offensive mind out there.
    i dont think spags is some poison pill DC... and they definitely had to make a change to somebody that wouldnt be historically awful like bob sutton had been. i think the mistake was dumping a first to upgrade from dee ford to frank clark while also paying clark.

    but the honey badger has been a huge difference maker for them, tbh

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    i dont think spags is some poison pill DC... and they definitely had to make a change to somebody that wouldnt be historically awful like bob sutton had been. i think the mistake was dumping a first to upgrade from dee ford to frank clark while also paying clark.

    but the honey badger has been a huge difference maker for them, tbh
    Ford was a situational pass rusher who was historically terrible against the run to his side last year... there's a reason the 49ers only play him on passing downs. Clark has proved that he can stop the run + get 10+ sacks a year as a pass rusher.

    I think the Chiefs wanted to completely overhaul the defense and remove the stink of being so awful last year. Dumping Justin Houston for nothing was also a questionable move but Spags felt he didn't quite fit his scheme and he was very expensive. At some point it was about changing the culture and that meant some sacrificial lambs.

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    How the does a fat ass 60 year old man like Reid manage to stay ahead of the curve? He is the offensive Belichick.
    He has a knack for hiring the best assistants.

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    He has a knack for hiring the best assistants.
    He had Doug Pederson (and Frank Reich), some of the best

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    lol this dirty, old ass mother er basically begging the 49ers defense to take cheap shots on Mahomes. I wonder how much money does he have on San Francisco.

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    lol this dirty, old ass mother er basically begging the 49ers defense to take cheap shots on Mahomes. I wonder how much money does he have on San Francisco.
    He was probably shaken as many of us were about the gutless play by ans defense at the end of the 1st Half

    What he said should go without saying. The defense is openly discussing it in their meetings. Whitlock made interesting point that Mahomes is helping the sport grow which results in more money in the pockets of players. On the flip side narratives and even players are very important but more important to the NFL is physicality on the field

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    that guy jumped offsides quite a lot in his Seattle days. Not as much as Bennett, but, he did. big mouth imo.

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    Chiefs Bowl. Who are they even playing?


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    Chiefs Bowl. Who are they even playing?

    a college zone running offense that can't pass

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    a college zone running offense that can't pass
    Why pass when you can run? Easier and more demoralizing

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    Whoa HOF Chris Doleman passed from cancer. Doleman was one of the finest speed rushers of the 90s. Played on our 1996-98 teams. Those were great defenses anchored by the defensive line.


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    Why pass when you can run? Easier and more demoralizing
    When the Ravens where running all over the NFL you weren't saying this, tbh.

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    Whoa HOF Chris Doleman passed from cancer. Doleman was one of the finest speed rushers of the 90s. Played on our 1996-98 teams. Those were great defenses anchored by the defensive line.
    The deadliest of all cancers, in' glioblastoma (glial cell brain cancer). Same cancer that killed McCain and Ted Kennedy. that . It's time for merica to wake up and overthrow the religious healthcare progress stoppers and start making replacement tissue for this in the stem cell factory.

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    Michael Vick, get in here son!

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    I will be rooting for the Dallas Texans, so that means the Niners will most likely win.

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    Booger McFarland is insufferable, why the is ESPN featuring him this week.

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    Booger McFarland is insufferable, why the is ESPN featuring him this week.
    I'm doing FS1 although Whitlock favors Chiefs

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    I'm doing FS1 although Whitlock favors Chiefs
    Yeah as bad as Booger is I’ll take him over Whitlock.

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