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RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - asskickingboots - 09-17-2018

(09-17-2018, 11:03 AM)Chi-town_Chief Wrote:  Happy birthday to mahomes.

https://mobile.twitter.com/Chiefs/status/1041699064331419649

This is awesome! I was just about to post this Tweet. Whoever is running the Chiefs Official Twitter is killing it! They are elite. Like the Patrick Mahomes of social media. Being able to tweet about the actual Patrick Mahomes probably helps

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They also have a post on the official Chiefs twitter comparing Mahomes to Goku, the Internet nerd equivalent of Jesus. Expectations are high.

Happy Birthday, Showtime!


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - ChiefsChick23 - 09-17-2018

http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/24706442/the-nfl-return-fun-entertaining-football-2018-season-week-2

Quote: If you're a defensive coordinator looking to stop Mahomes and this Chiefs offense, my advice would be to lobby the NFL to make some sort of schedule change to push your matchup to 2023 or so. At the very least, try to get a November or December time slot so you'll at least get to see everything they're doing on tape. We still haven't really seen the Chiefs get their running game going for big chunks of yardage with Hunt or Mahomes. When that shows up, you may just want to resign and wait for your team to hire Bieniemy to take over as coach.

Heh!


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - tyecopeland - 09-17-2018

Overreaction Monday article on espn.

Patrick Mahomes will break Peyton Manning's record of 55 touchdown passes in a season


Mahomes is off to a nuclear start, with 10 touchdown passes in two games putting him on pace for an 80-touchdown season. Twenty-six percent of his completions and 18 percent of his attempts have resulted in touchdowns. And the Chargers and Steelers, the teams he has beaten, profiled as two of the tougher games on Kansas City's schedule.

Graziano's verdict: NOT AN OVERREACTION. Simple math, folks. The kid has to average only 3.2 touchdowns a game the rest of the way. Sure, Monday is just his 23rd birthday, he has started only three games and he's bound to throw at least one interception at some point this year. But is it crazy to think that a player with Mahomes' talent, his creative head coach and his array of dazzling passing-game options could keep putting up big numbers? The way the Chiefs' defense looks, this won't be his last shootout.


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - asskickingboots - 09-18-2018

Steelers were not prepared for Patrick Mahomes

https://chiefswire.usatoday.com/2018/09/18/steelers-were-not-prepared-for-patrick-mahomes/

Most important part is a quote from Bud Dupree:

Quote:“I don’t think we gave him enough credit. I think he was better than we thought. I feel like his intelligence was better than we thought. We thought since he was a young quarterback we could trick him, but he kind of spread us out. He didn’t snap the ball fast so he was really trying to read us, seeing where the weakness were before he snapped the ball. Many young quarterbacks can’t really check like that. He showed us otherwise.”



RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - The_Jonas - 09-18-2018

(09-18-2018, 12:37 PM)asskickingboots Wrote:  Steelers were not prepared for Patrick Mahomes

https://chiefswire.usatoday.com/2018/09/18/steelers-were-not-prepared-for-patrick-mahomes/

Most important part is a quote from Bud Dupree:

Quote:“I don’t think we gave him enough credit. I think he was better than we thought. I feel like his intelligence was better than we thought. We thought since he was a young quarterback we could trick him, but he kind of spread us out. He didn’t snap the ball fast so he was really trying to read us, seeing where the weakness were before he snapped the ball. Many young quarterbacks can’t really check like that. He showed us otherwise.”

Reid said after the game that the Steelers threw a ton of looks and disguised coverages at him, and that he was all over it.

The most underappreciated aspect of Mahomes is that he's really smart.


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - NOLA - 09-18-2018

(09-18-2018, 06:11 PM)The_Jonas Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 12:37 PM)asskickingboots Wrote:  Steelers were not prepared for Patrick Mahomes

https://chiefswire.usatoday.com/2018/09/18/steelers-were-not-prepared-for-patrick-mahomes/

Most important part is a quote from Bud Dupree:

Quote:“I don’t think we gave him enough credit. I think he was better than we thought. I feel like his intelligence was better than we thought. We thought since he was a young quarterback we could trick him, but he kind of spread us out. He didn’t snap the ball fast so he was really trying to read us, seeing where the weakness were before he snapped the ball. Many young quarterbacks can’t really check like that. He showed us otherwise.”

Reid said after the game that the Steelers threw a ton of looks and disguised coverages at him, and that he was all over it.

The most underappreciated aspect of Mahomes is that he's really smart.

I was out of town this weekend (actually watched this game at Dad's outside of Denver), but make no mistake, I am all over the Patrick Mahomes porn this season.  Highlights, articles, podcasts... just hook them directly into my frontal lobes man.  This is awesome.  Bill Simmons brought up Tyler Thigpen (Thippen! Remember that fucking guy?!? Holy shit!) the other day in illustrating how awesome this must be for Chiefs fans.  It really is.


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - The_Jonas - 09-18-2018

(09-18-2018, 06:14 PM)NOLA Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 06:11 PM)The_Jonas Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 12:37 PM)asskickingboots Wrote:  Steelers were not prepared for Patrick Mahomes

https://chiefswire.usatoday.com/2018/09/18/steelers-were-not-prepared-for-patrick-mahomes/

Most important part is a quote from Bud Dupree:

Quote:“I don’t think we gave him enough credit. I think he was better than we thought. I feel like his intelligence was better than we thought. We thought since he was a young quarterback we could trick him, but he kind of spread us out. He didn’t snap the ball fast so he was really trying to read us, seeing where the weakness were before he snapped the ball. Many young quarterbacks can’t really check like that. He showed us otherwise.”

Reid said after the game that the Steelers threw a ton of looks and disguised coverages at him, and that he was all over it.

The most underappreciated aspect of Mahomes is that he's really smart.

I was out of town this weekend (actually watched this game at Dad's outside of Denver), but make no mistake, I am all over the Patrick Mahomes porn this season.  Highlights, articles, podcasts... just hook them directly into my frontal lobes man.  This is awesome.  Bill Simmons brought up Tyler Thigpen (Thippen!  Remember that fucking guy?!? Holy shit!) the other day in illustrating how awesome this must be for Chiefs fans.  It really is.

Yeah, but it forces you to recognize a sad fact:

THIS was on the bench when KC was blowing a lead to the Titans.  THIS.  The coaching staff knew what they had.  From Veach to Kafka to Andy Reid, all they did was giggle like school girls when someone would bring him up.

The guy has Brett Favre's arm but not the burden of Brett Favre's brain or ego.


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - NOLA - 09-18-2018

(09-18-2018, 06:21 PM)The_Jonas Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 06:14 PM)NOLA Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 06:11 PM)The_Jonas Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 12:37 PM)asskickingboots Wrote:  Steelers were not prepared for Patrick Mahomes

https://chiefswire.usatoday.com/2018/09/18/steelers-were-not-prepared-for-patrick-mahomes/

Most important part is a quote from Bud Dupree:

Quote:“I don’t think we gave him enough credit. I think he was better than we thought. I feel like his intelligence was better than we thought. We thought since he was a young quarterback we could trick him, but he kind of spread us out. He didn’t snap the ball fast so he was really trying to read us, seeing where the weakness were before he snapped the ball. Many young quarterbacks can’t really check like that. He showed us otherwise.”

Reid said after the game that the Steelers threw a ton of looks and disguised coverages at him, and that he was all over it.

The most underappreciated aspect of Mahomes is that he's really smart.

I was out of town this weekend (actually watched this game at Dad's outside of Denver), but make no mistake, I am all over the Patrick Mahomes porn this season.  Highlights, articles, podcasts... just hook them directly into my frontal lobes man.  This is awesome.  Bill Simmons brought up Tyler Thigpen (Thippen!  Remember that fucking guy?!? Holy shit!) the other day in illustrating how awesome this must be for Chiefs fans.  It really is.

Yeah, but it forces you to recognize a sad fact:

THIS was on the bench when KC was blowing a lead to the Titans.  THIS.  The coaching staff knew what they had.  From Veach to Kafka to Andy Reid, all they did was giggle like school girls when someone would bring him up.

The guy has Brett Favre's arm but not the burden of Brett Favre's brain or ego.

His brain and his poise remind me of Brees, actually.  Brees and Favre are a lot more similar than people realize (same ability to throw into tight windows, great accuracy, can throw a dart, and like to take big chances), but Brees just isn't (publicly, at least) an asshole like that.  Like Brees, Mahomes looks so chill just running through a litany of offensive weapons and options while making his read and hanging in the pocket, or moving just slightly within it.


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - The_Jonas - 09-18-2018

(09-18-2018, 06:52 PM)NOLA Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 06:21 PM)The_Jonas Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 06:14 PM)NOLA Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 06:11 PM)The_Jonas Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 12:37 PM)asskickingboots Wrote:  Steelers were not prepared for Patrick Mahomes

https://chiefswire.usatoday.com/2018/09/18/steelers-were-not-prepared-for-patrick-mahomes/

Most important part is a quote from Bud Dupree:

Reid said after the game that the Steelers threw a ton of looks and disguised coverages at him, and that he was all over it.

The most underappreciated aspect of Mahomes is that he's really smart.

I was out of town this weekend (actually watched this game at Dad's outside of Denver), but make no mistake, I am all over the Patrick Mahomes porn this season.  Highlights, articles, podcasts... just hook them directly into my frontal lobes man.  This is awesome.  Bill Simmons brought up Tyler Thigpen (Thippen!  Remember that fucking guy?!? Holy shit!) the other day in illustrating how awesome this must be for Chiefs fans.  It really is.

Yeah, but it forces you to recognize a sad fact:

THIS was on the bench when KC was blowing a lead to the Titans.  THIS.  The coaching staff knew what they had.  From Veach to Kafka to Andy Reid, all they did was giggle like school girls when someone would bring him up.

The guy has Brett Favre's arm but not the burden of Brett Favre's brain or ego.

His brain and his poise remind me of Brees, actually.  Brees and Favre are a lot more similar than people realize (same ability to throw into tight windows, great accuracy, can throw a dart, and like to take big chances), but Brees just isn't (publicly, at least) an asshole like that.  Like Brees, Mahomes looks so chill just running through a litany of offensive weapons and options while making his read and hanging in the pocket, or moving just slightly within it.

Mahomes throws with anticipation just like Brees.  Look at the stills on most of Mahomes passes.  When he looks to throw, the guy isn't open at all... yet.  That's Brees.

It's just one of those things high level QB's do that some don't.  Lesser QB's wait for guys to GET open.  Great QB's throw you open.  They know the coverage, they know the defender's leverage, and they know where you're running.  Most guys though don't trust their arm or don't trust the guy they throw to.


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - NOLA - 09-18-2018

(09-18-2018, 09:17 PM)The_Jonas Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 06:52 PM)NOLA Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 06:21 PM)The_Jonas Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 06:14 PM)NOLA Wrote:  
(09-18-2018, 06:11 PM)The_Jonas Wrote:  Reid said after the game that the Steelers threw a ton of looks and disguised coverages at him, and that he was all over it.

The most underappreciated aspect of Mahomes is that he's really smart.

I was out of town this weekend (actually watched this game at Dad's outside of Denver), but make no mistake, I am all over the Patrick Mahomes porn this season.  Highlights, articles, podcasts... just hook them directly into my frontal lobes man.  This is awesome.  Bill Simmons brought up Tyler Thigpen (Thippen!  Remember that fucking guy?!? Holy shit!) the other day in illustrating how awesome this must be for Chiefs fans.  It really is.

Yeah, but it forces you to recognize a sad fact:

THIS was on the bench when KC was blowing a lead to the Titans.  THIS.  The coaching staff knew what they had.  From Veach to Kafka to Andy Reid, all they did was giggle like school girls when someone would bring him up.

The guy has Brett Favre's arm but not the burden of Brett Favre's brain or ego.

His brain and his poise remind me of Brees, actually.  Brees and Favre are a lot more similar than people realize (same ability to throw into tight windows, great accuracy, can throw a dart, and like to take big chances), but Brees just isn't (publicly, at least) an asshole like that.  Like Brees, Mahomes looks so chill just running through a litany of offensive weapons and options while making his read and hanging in the pocket, or moving just slightly within it.

Mahomes throws with anticipation just like Brees.  Look at the stills on most of Mahomes passes.  When he looks to throw, the guy isn't open at all... yet.  That's Brees.

It's just one of those things high level QB's do that some don't.  Lesser QB's wait for guys to GET open.  Great QB's throw you open.  They know the coverage, they know the defender's leverage, and they know where you're running.  Most guys though don't trust their arm or don't trust the guy they throw to.

Yup.  Totally agree.