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RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - NOLA - 03-15-2018

(03-14-2018, 10:28 PM)asskickingboots Wrote:  
(03-13-2018, 11:15 AM)DallasChief Wrote:  https://twitter.com/TerezPaylor/status/973546761783513088 

Terez may be right, but Watkins supposedly referred to Andy as the "GOAT", so Andy is his dude.

https://www.arrowheadpride.com/2018/3/14/17119172/sammy-watkins-expecting-his-best-years-under-andy-reid

A bit over the top, Sammy, but I like your enthusiasm! Regardless, I don't think it'll be long before you hear free agents say that they want to be teammates with Mahomes.

As a deeply frustrated Sammy Watkins dynasty owner, I am very excited about the possibilities this season (I also have Mahomes).


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - DallasChief - 03-15-2018

Breaking News!

https://twitter.com/TerezPaylor/status/974305986331672576 


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - NOLA - 03-15-2018

(03-15-2018, 10:32 AM)DallasChief Wrote:  Breaking News!

https://twitter.com/TerezPaylor/status/974305986331672576 

SUPER BOWL!


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - asskickingboots - 03-23-2018

https://www.arrowheadpride.com/2018/3/23/17155226/next-gen-stats-kc-chiefs-tyreek-hill-and-sammy-watkins-will-be-ridiculous

An interesting little piece mostly about how crazy good the potential of Hill and Watkins together on the outside will be. They point out that Alex didn't really use the flanker opposite of Hill very much, mostly targeting Hill, Kelce, and then the slot receiver. Also, Reid took college concepts from Alex's Utah days to help him.

By that logic, we should expect to see some Air Raid elements in our offense this season, including more 4 wide looks. This is likely why Veach was still looking at receiving options including Benjamin Watson (who can line up in a slot) and Kendall Wright.


Obviously I'm excited about Mahomes, but seeing Mahomes comfortable early in his career in a way that Alex never was... it's a nice thought. I particularly like the idea of putting multiple TEs in the slot, forcing LBs and Safeties into coverage and out of the box. This could help Mahomes a lot, but it also would help Kareem.


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - NOLA - 03-23-2018

Okay, I have Mahomes, Watkins, and Kelce all on my dynasty roster... how potentially excited should I be here?  10?  11?


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - asskickingboots - 03-23-2018

(03-23-2018, 08:42 AM)NOLA Wrote:  Okay, I have Mahomes, Watkins, and Kelce all on my dynasty roster... how potentially excited should I be here?  10?  11?

I'd say "HG counting down to Thor" excited.


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - NOLA - 03-23-2018

(03-23-2018, 09:26 AM)asskickingboots Wrote:  
(03-23-2018, 08:42 AM)NOLA Wrote:  Okay, I have Mahomes, Watkins, and Kelce all on my dynasty roster... how potentially excited should I be here?  10?  11?

I'd say "HG counting down to Thor" excited.

I'm gonna need more clean undies, then.


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - The_Jonas - 03-24-2018

(03-23-2018, 07:38 AM)asskickingboots Wrote:  https://www.arrowheadpride.com/2018/3/23/17155226/next-gen-stats-kc-chiefs-tyreek-hill-and-sammy-watkins-will-be-ridiculous

An interesting little piece mostly about how crazy good the potential of Hill and Watkins together on the outside will be. They point out that Alex didn't really use the flanker opposite of Hill very much, mostly targeting Hill, Kelce, and then the slot receiver. Also, Reid took college concepts from Alex's Utah days to help him.

By that logic, we should expect to see some Air Raid elements in our offense this season, including more 4 wide looks. This is likely why Veach was still looking at receiving options including Benjamin Watson (who can line up in a slot) and Kendall Wright.


Obviously I'm excited about Mahomes, but seeing Mahomes comfortable early in his career in a way that Alex never was... it's a nice thought. I particularly like the idea of putting multiple TEs in the slot, forcing LBs and Safeties into coverage and out of the box. This could help Mahomes a lot, but it also would help Kareem.

Huh?  There's only one flanker on the field, and it's Tyreek Hill.  He's the one who lines up 1 yarr off the LOS.  

Isn't the guy playing opposite of hill the split end?


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - DallasChief - 03-27-2018

http://www.sportingnews.com/amp/nfl/news/patrick-mahomes-kareem-hunt-kansas-city-chiefs-offense-2018/177hpl5l3qgcp19ti3ny7tkr24


RE: OFFICIAL PATRICK MAHOMES Thread - asskickingboots - 03-30-2018

(03-24-2018, 12:25 PM)The_Jonas Wrote:  
(03-23-2018, 07:38 AM)asskickingboots Wrote:  https://www.arrowheadpride.com/2018/3/23/17155226/next-gen-stats-kc-chiefs-tyreek-hill-and-sammy-watkins-will-be-ridiculous

An interesting little piece mostly about how crazy good the potential of Hill and Watkins together on the outside will be. They point out that Alex didn't really use the flanker opposite of Hill very much, mostly targeting Hill, Kelce, and then the slot receiver. Also, Reid took college concepts from Alex's Utah days to help him.

By that logic, we should expect to see some Air Raid elements in our offense this season, including more 4 wide looks. This is likely why Veach was still looking at receiving options including Benjamin Watson (who can line up in a slot) and Kendall Wright.


Obviously I'm excited about Mahomes, but seeing Mahomes comfortable early in his career in a way that Alex never was... it's a nice thought. I particularly like the idea of putting multiple TEs in the slot, forcing LBs and Safeties into coverage and out of the box. This could help Mahomes a lot, but it also would help Kareem.

Huh?  There's only one flanker on the field, and it's Tyreek Hill.  He's the one who lines up 1 yarr off the LOS.  

Isn't the guy playing opposite of hill the split end?

TBH, even though I knew Flanker specifically referred to one of the WR spots, I thought it was also an interchangeable more general term for either outside receiver. I guess I'm wrong, so yeah, I meant Split End.