Dominater wrote:RedBulls23 wrote:AKfanatic wrote:^
As a Chiefs fan, I don’t like your alternate reality at all.
After an old Montana, an Elvis Grbac, Steve Deberg, Steve Bono, Matt Cassell... it’s nice to have a stud QB on a franchise that still reminisces of Len Dawson.
Don’t get me wrong, Rich Gannon, Trent Green, and Alex Smith had some fun seasons... but the Chiefs have been desperate for a QB for as long as I’ve been a fan. It’s nice to finally have one.
Haha, bears haven't even come close to having a QB as good as these guys. Not since Sid Luckman.
Haha. Yea thats the sad thing about us peasant Bear fans. We would kill for an Alex Smith right now. And with KC version Trent green, Bears would be going to the Superbowl. Those chiefs teams with green under center were elite offenses. Problem is kind like right now, their defense sucks. I remember watching thstz chiefs/colts playoff game that featured zero punts!
Much of the Chiefs playoff failures had less to do with their D and more to do with coaching playing “safe” and getting away from what brought them success. From Schottenheimer, Vermeil, all the way to Reid a couple years ago. The Chiefs would turn to almost a pure run offense, wasting some good talent, and a prevent D which inevitably led to losses. Really was hard to watch.
Any way, as for the Bears.... I don’t view Mitch as a top line QB. But if he can manage a game smartly and the coaches play to his strengths...as well as use their playmakers, of which the Bears have some damn good ones, I still believe the Bears could come out the NFC. That D is just stacked. They need to put the D in position to win. Run an offense that’s built more to use some clock to give the D a breather and go big only when the opposition gets caught slipping.