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CTM
12-05-2010, 02:28 PM
Wow, I have to say I was really impressed with what I saw out of him today. He looks like a future shut down corner in the mold of Revis, Bailey, and Asomaugh.

Was Orton that bad in delivering the ball or is he always this good?

From what it looks like you guys have done a great job assembling a fine young secondary. Something I wish we could do....

DenverChiefsFan
12-05-2010, 03:02 PM
The D was the only mildly redeeming quality about this game...

I'm just glad KC managed (somehow) to have more points on the board when the clock ran out.

The offense was a laughingstock in the second half...

...and WHY...for the love of all that is good, does Haley continue to give up certain points in favor of running a play on 4th and somethings?

It was 4th and goal...inside the 10...and KC was in the lead with half the game left to play...chip shot FG...a total no brainer.

...instead, we end up watching Cassel run for his life and take a sack.

Briscoe1967
12-05-2010, 07:21 PM
Carr had a very impressive performance today.

DenverChiefsFan
12-05-2010, 09:02 PM
Carr had a very impressive performance today....overshadowed only by Champ Bailey's total ownership of Dwayne Bowe.

GridironChamp
12-06-2010, 01:00 PM
...overshadowed only by Champ Bailey's total ownership of Dwayne Bowe.

I disagree, more people noticed Carr's play because he was making plays on the
ball whereas the Chiefs just avoided Champ.


Now, onto Carr.. He is never this good. This was the first game I have ever been
happy that he was the starter (normally I'm just content with him). But you had
to go his way to avoid Flowers who has been under elite CB rules this year.

LordTrychon
12-06-2010, 01:03 PM
I disagree, more people noticed Carr's play because he was making plays on the
ball whereas the Chiefs just avoided Champ.


Now, onto Carr.. He is never this good. This was the first game I have ever been
happy that he was the starter (normally I'm just content with him). But you had
to go his way to avoid Flowers who has been under elite CB rules this year.

Still... Bowe had been on fire coming into the game, and many thought that would continue despite Champ. Champ would have none of it.

I was also impressed with Carr. Not happy with it.... but impressed.

Kept thinking... we'll get him... :laugh:

Nope.

GridironChamp
12-06-2010, 01:12 PM
Still... Bowe had been on fire coming into the game, and many thought that would continue despite Champ. Champ would have none of it.

I was also impressed with Carr. Not happy with it.... but impressed.

Kept thinking... we'll get him... :laugh:

Nope.

Oh, yeah Champ played better than Carr, I just think more people watching the
game would have noticed Carr.

Yeah, I figured you guys would to but if anyone recorded the game I'd go back
and watch.. I'm willing to bet quite a lot on constantly having safety on his
side because Flowers was one on one all over the place (without Berry) over
the top. It looked, at least to me, Carr was playing unusually close and physical
to Lloyd.

LordTrychon
12-06-2010, 01:24 PM
Oh, yeah Champ played better than Carr, I just think more people watching the
game would have noticed Carr.

Yeah, I figured you guys would to but if anyone recorded the game I'd go back
and watch.. I'm willing to bet quite a lot on constantly having safety on his
side because Flowers was one on one all over the place (without Berry) over
the top. It looked, at least to me, Carr was playing unusually close and physical
to Lloyd.

Yeah, that would make sense... he was all over Lloyd, which would seem like a gamble given how he's played this year, unless he had help. Good thought.

Still. When the ball went that way, he was in good position, help or no.

The Chiefs Dude
12-06-2010, 03:33 PM
I loved the play of both Carr and Flowers. These guys have become great CBs. Ever since they were starters their rookie years, I've seen that they have potential. I just hope they can stay healthy for the rest of the season.