N/S Steve Spagnuolo favorite for Chiefs DC job (1 Viewer)

los226

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To be fair, he had almost no talent on the d-line when he was with us. Cameron Jordan was still finding his way and Martez Wilson was opposite at DE.

Vilma was hurt and Jenkins was the only real piece in the secondary. He blamed lack of talent and he was absolutely right.

KC has some nice pieces up front and off the edge. His scheme relies heavily on pass rush.
 

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His only directive is to get the ball back in the hands of their potent offense as quick and as often as possible. No quicker way than hurrying up and letting the other team score.

Makes sense.

In 2011 we had the most potent lethal offense the league had ever seen up until Manning went to the Broncos . Yet he failed big time a lot of other things where at play maybe he wasn’t put in a position to succeed here but yeah that statement just doesn’t
 

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To be fair, he had almost no talent on the d-line when he was with us. Cameron Jordan was still finding his way and Martez Wilson was opposite at DE.

Vilma was hurt and Jenkins was the only real piece in the secondary. He blamed lack of talent and he was absolutely right.

KC has some nice pieces up front and off the edge. His scheme relies heavily on pass rush.
I feel ya, but it was also his job to develop the talent he had and/or to find a workable scheme to maximize players strengths.
 

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