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Observation when watching other defenses

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With Sunday Ticket I have the pleasure of watching a lot of NFL games every Sunday. I have especially watched teams the Chiefs play. Something has really jumped out at me. Especially last night and against the Eagles. If you watched the Eagles Redskins game and the Broncos Raiders game or the Cowboys Giants game, you saw 2 defense that laid the wood a lot. Even the Cowboys Rams game and the Eagles Chargers game had a lot of big hits from the Eagles and Cowboys defenses. What I am getting at here is the Cowboys and Eagles games where they played the Chiefs I don't remember the Chiefs players ever getting lite up like the Rams, Redskins, Chargers, and Giants. This is a testament to Alex Smith. This guy is a very smart QB and we may yell and scream at his conservative nature, but he doesnt put his receivers, running backs, or tight ends in a position to get "hit sticked". Gruden made the comment last night about Pryor, he said he cant make some of these throws because its getting his teammates layed out. In the long course of a season this is bigger than you think. Cassel also did this and thats why you saw a lot of our players getting hurt. Be happy that we have a smart QB that helps protects his teammates. Watching the Broncos game last night, I was like man these guys always have highlight real hits. At first I was worried, but then I remember I had the same feeling watching the Cowboys and Eagles, but honestly dont remember any of our players getting hit very hard.

CWil
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