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    The Kansas City Chiefs fell to the Tennessee Titans, 22-21, in Saturday's AFC wild-card playoff game with quarterback Alex Smith under center -- one of the game's most underrated players despite holding the league's top quarterback rating.

    And yet, the Chiefs are open to trading Smith this offseason, sources said, thanks in part to one of the most fervent quarterback markets in recent memory.

    Kansas City won't actively seek out trade partners, but they will listen. There is a real chance Smith, who's set to make $17 million next season, will be dealt for the second time in his career. When asked by reporters Saturday if he wanted to return to Kansas City next season, Smith said, "Yeah, are you kidding me?"


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    Looks like beating down Radio gave them confidence in Mahones.

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    I do not want him. From the sounds of the Talib interview last week, it seems like our defense doesn't really respect him as an opponent either. If he's not respected by guys who study his tape extensively, it's not a good idea to go get him.

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    He just threw for over 4k yards, and damn near 30 TD's with a bad line.

    He's going to have to want to play big boy football and not that game manager bullshit; if that's the case, then let that man come and play football here if Cousins doesn't want to roll through.
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    He's down the list of what I would want, but I would take him over the 3 chuckleheads we have at QB today if given the choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterShake View Post
    He's down the list of what I would want, but I would take him over the 3 chuckleheads we have at QB today if given the choice.
    He's pretty much at the top of my wishlist, once you factor in what Cousins would cost us. Cousins > Smith, but not $10 Million better, at a minimum
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreadnought View Post
    He's pretty much at the top of my wishlist, once you factor in what Cousins would cost us. Cousins > Smith, but not $10 Million better, at a minimum
    Yeah the more I think about it as far as FA I would go Cousins>Smith> then any leftovers from Minnesota's QB stable. Regardless I hope we can find a good QB in the draft to groom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterShake View Post
    Yeah the more I think about it as far as FA I would go Cousins>Smith> then any leftovers from Minnesota's QB stable. Regardless I hope we can find a good QB in the draft to groom.
    Smith would be great for that role. Cousins = long term. Great play or not.

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    Tyrod Taylor is another name worth considering. He's solid, and will likely be affordable.

    There are options, my brothers!
    What's shaking, chiefy baby?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Von Kinger View Post
    Tyrod Taylor is another name worth considering. He's solid, and will likely be affordable.

    There are options, my brothers!
    I would take any of our three existing stiffs over Tyrod Taylor. he is simply dreadful
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreadnought View Post
    I would take any of our three existing stiffs over Tyrod Taylor. he is simply dreadful
    He's pretty effective considering what he has around him, and puts up more than passable numbers.

    TS has no talent and was only in the league out of a fluke. He's barely a backup.

    Brock is the epitome of average, although I could stomach him as a starter.

    Lynch is a very talented player but has never put any of it together. There's a small kernel of hope that I have for him, but it's very, very finite. TT would just be a stopgap.

    Dread, I want Darnold or Rosen, or Cousins. Use your powers. Make this happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Von Kinger View Post
    Tyrod Taylor is another name worth considering. He's solid, and will likely be affordable.

    There are options, my brothers!
    Boo this, man!

    I love you. I donít love Taylor in a Broncos uniform

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    It wouldn't hurt my feelings for Taylor to be a stop gap.

    Not a sexy signing but he is solid. Accurate, doesn't turn it over and can make plays with his feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Von Kinger View Post
    Tyrod Taylor is another name worth considering. He's solid, and will likely be affordable.

    There are options, my brothers!
    You told me he was garbage a few years ago.
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    Teddy Bridgewater?

    Case Keenum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slim View Post
    You told me he was garbage a few years ago.
    He improved. Unlikely, but he did.
    What's shaking, chiefy baby?

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