Monday, September 1, 2014

Top 10 reasons why the Chiefs signed Alex Smith to a $68 million deal

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10) He's a starter on an NFL team, so there is usually money involved regardless of quality

9) He had 378 yards and 4 TDs in a playoff game last year, which would seem a lot more impressive if the Colts had a defense, or if they won the game

8) Club has no athletic QB2 to cuckold him

7) It's an NFL contract, so the actual final dollar value might as well be in lire for all of the resemblance to reality that it will have

6) He's done so much to keep the value of every non-Jamal Charles offensive player depressed

5) Andy Reid unable to secure the services of Michael Vick, Kevin Kolb, AJ Feeley, Mike McMahon or any available Detmer

4) NFL teams always do their best with game manager types that have plateaued

3) After the six-year tyranny of error known as Matt Cassel, Brady Quinn, Tyler Palko, Kyle Orton, Brodie Croyle, Tyler Thigpen and Damon Huard, you can see why they'd go a little overboard

2) If they didn't get the extension done in pre-season, it might be a huge distraction in the media hot bed that is Kansas City

1) Not throwing interceptions can be surprisingly lucrative, and more rare than you might imagine

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