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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 7:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Would absolutely love Routt in NE.

Perfect H/W/S for a BB Corner and God knows we need help at CB.

With McCourty moving to S and the trade for Talib, a FA acquisition of Routt could actually turn our Achilles heal into a (on paper) strength.


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Along with the acquisition of Talib and McCourty to safety....if all those stars aligned, it would certainly be an improvement on the secondary we churned out the last couple of weeks
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 7:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TomRalph wrote:
RaidersAreOne wrote:
TomRalph wrote:
Would absolutely love Routt in NE.

Perfect H/W/S for a BB Corner and God knows we need help at CB.

With McCourty moving to S and the trade for Talib, a FA acquisition of Routt could actually turn our Achilles heal into a (on paper) strength.


Shocked


Along with the acquisition of Talib and McCourty to safety....if all those stars aligned, it would certainly be an improvement on the secondary we churned out the last couple of weeks
Enough so to make it a strength?
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The Vikings could probably take a look with Cook out for the year. He is a tall player like Cook.
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I hope the Chiefs get's a complete makeover, this is just terrible.


You and me both.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 8:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

iPwn wrote:
TomRalph wrote:
RaidersAreOne wrote:
TomRalph wrote:
Would absolutely love Routt in NE.

Perfect H/W/S for a BB Corner and God knows we need help at CB.

With McCourty moving to S and the trade for Talib, a FA acquisition of Routt could actually turn our Achilles heal into a (on paper) strength.


Shocked


Along with the acquisition of Talib and McCourty to safety....if all those stars aligned, it would certainly be an improvement on the secondary we churned out the last couple of weeks
Enough so to make it a strength?


Compared to a secondary of McCourty, Arrington, Sterling Moore, Steve Gregory and Tavon Wilson.... yes Laughing Laughing
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TomRalph wrote:
iPwn wrote:
TomRalph wrote:
RaidersAreOne wrote:
TomRalph wrote:
Would absolutely love Routt in NE.

Perfect H/W/S for a BB Corner and God knows we need help at CB.

With McCourty moving to S and the trade for Talib, a FA acquisition of Routt could actually turn our Achilles heal into a (on paper) strength.


Shocked


Along with the acquisition of Talib and McCourty to safety....if all those stars aligned, it would certainly be an improvement on the secondary we churned out the last couple of weeks
Enough so to make it a strength?


Compared to a secondary of McCourty, Arrington, Sterling Moore, Steve Gregory and Tavon Wilson.... yes Laughing Laughing


Isn't that kinda like saying the Chiefs passing game would be a strength if they had Blaine Gabbert?
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 11:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oh Shaun Smith. Your most significant contributions to the NFL were punching Brady Quinn in the locker room and grabbing two guys in the man-region during scrums on the field.
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Routt's 2013 option is only $10? Laughing
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Routt's 2013 option is only $10? :lol:


Not worth it.
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This has Baltimore written all over it. With Webb out for the season, Jimmy Smith has been struggling to take over for him. I think it's best for us to sign him, start him, and let Jimmy go back to the nickle corner.
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iPwn wrote:
TomRalph wrote:
iPwn wrote:
TomRalph wrote:
RaidersAreOne wrote:
TomRalph wrote:
Would absolutely love Routt in NE.

Perfect H/W/S for a BB Corner and God knows we need help at CB.

With McCourty moving to S and the trade for Talib, a FA acquisition of Routt could actually turn our Achilles heal into a (on paper) strength.


Shocked


Along with the acquisition of Talib and McCourty to safety....if all those stars aligned, it would certainly be an improvement on the secondary we churned out the last couple of weeks
Enough so to make it a strength?


Compared to a secondary of McCourty, Arrington, Sterling Moore, Steve Gregory and Tavon Wilson.... yes Laughing Laughing


Isn't that kinda like saying the Chiefs passing game would be a strength if they had Blaine Gabbert?


OK, OK, I misused the word strength, but I assume the Chiefs would be better with Gabbert at QB and that's how I feel about Routt if he came here.
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KiddKillah wrote:
This has Baltimore written all over it. With Webb out for the season, Jimmy Smith has been struggling to take over for him. I think it's best for us to sign him, start him, and let Jimmy go back to the nickle corner.


Heckkkk no. I wouldn't be against signing him necessarily (I don't know what his contract is, though) but he'd be at best #3 CB instead of Corey Graham.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2012 11:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Stanford Routt is horrible. But if anyone thinks he can play anything other than outside they are sadly mistaken. Imagine how bad he is outside, x 10 if you play him in the slot.
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This team dude. Coaching staff is just diluting the talent. Where they are bad they are terrible but if you look at this team on paper they still win more than one game healthy. I'm sorry for Chiefs fans
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91jmay wrote:
Stanford Routt is horrible. But if anyone thinks he can play anything other than outside they are sadly mistaken. Imagine how bad he is outside, x 10 if you play him in the slot.


I disagree. Routt was not bad during his Chiefs tenure and I definitly would have liked to keep him.
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