11:59 AM EST, Thu January 19, 2017
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The Chiefs pursuing Tony Romo would be a distraction to a draft pick

The Chiefs pursuing Tony Romo would be a distraction to a draft pick

I don’t expect the Chiefs to get Tony Romo. I don’t think I even want them to get him mostly because I couldn’t trust him to be healthy. As I tell the 11-month old Heir To The Arrowhead Pride Empire when he bumps his head, the best ability is availability. Would the Chiefs have beaten the Steelers with Romo? Maybe. More likely it would’ve been Foles playing because Romo got hurt in Week 8. The Chiefs have invested in backup quarterbacks but Alex Smith, while not perfect, has been available for the most part the past four years. As the Chiefs have learned the past two postseasons,...
Arrowhead Pride Jan 12, 2017
Mailbag: Chiefs biggest strength, worst playoff matchup

Mailbag: Chiefs biggest strength, worst playoff matchup

The Chiefs are division champs, and I’m doing part two of a humongous mailbag (here is part one) to celebrate and to pass the time until the game starts. Let’s just roll right into it, shall we? @RealMNchiefsfan which is more likely: resigning Foles or Drafting a QB in early rounds (1-3)?— Joe Moore (@joemoore) January 6, 2017 I think drafting a QB is way more likely than re-signing Foles. Look at his contract. Next season he’d be a $10.75 million cap hit. You don’t pay that to a backup, and he’s really got no incentive to sign some kind of extension that pays him way less...
Arrowhead Pride Dec 28, 2016
One QB gets the ball out faster than Alex Smith and it’s Nick Foles

One QB gets the ball out faster than Alex Smith and it’s Nick Foles

Nice film piece on the Kansas City Chiefs over at NFL.com that his littered with neat stats. I found this one on Alex Smith interesting: He gets the ball out faster than anyone in the NFL ... except Nick Foles. Want to beat Kansas City? Stack the box and play press coverage, and dare the Chiefs to go deep. But you better bring your pass rush and deploy it often, because there's only one quarterback faster at getting the ball out than Smith (2.37 seconds per snap), and it's his backup, Nick Foles (2.36 seconds). It's by design -- of the league's fastest to throw, the top two are the Kansas...
Niners Nation Dec 19, 2016
John Clayton projects Tyrod Taylor, Nick Foles to 49ers in 2017

John Clayton projects Tyrod Taylor, Nick Foles to 49ers in 2017

Sure, why not. The San Francisco 49ers are going to be making some additions to the quarterback position this offseason, and they will be far from the only team. John Clayton decided to take a look at teams with question marks and project out a 2017 quarterback for each of them. And for the San Francisco 49ers, he came up with an out of the box idea: Sign Tyrod Taylor and Nick Foles. He projected five teams with new QBs. They include the Bills (Mike Glennon), Bears (Tony Romo), Browns (Jimmy Garoppolo), and Jets (Jay Cutler). Clayton offered up the following analysis in discussing the 49ers...

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