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Old 09-27-2004   #13
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Originally Posted by chuckm
I agree 100% .... if Capers had used the same strategy last year against New England then Brown would've had a shot at a 52- 55 yard field goal for the win...
Great point. Coaches can learn from their mistakes, too.

Carr did make some wild throws. He flushed out of the pocket early a couple of times. He wasted 1 timeout (the same number as Vermeil). But, he failed to mention that David burned the Chief secondary with some big plays downfield and a huge 3rd & 17 conversion. But, that wouldn't have made his point that the Chiefs are terrible in the clutch and their Super Bowl aspirations have been flushed.

Whitlock also doesn't bring up that if the Texans called the Chiefs after this season about a trade for David Carr, there's not a player KC wouldn't give up to get him. After week 2, the Texans were a candidate for worst team in the league. After week 3, KC is. Which team is on the rise & which team is on the skids? Enjoy the rebuilding years, Jason.
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