Nope. I'm just a normal IT guy. A computer geek. A nerd minus the pocket protector. A lover of anything BioWare, Elder Scrolls, Madden and BF3 (although Curt Schilling's ex-company 38 Studios put out an awesome game in Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning).
But more importantly, I'm a Chiefs fan.
With the recent signings that Dorsey has pulled off and the #1 pick projection being more elusive and at the same time being aimed at a CB that isn't even half of what Deion Sanders was (and Deion was drafted at #5), I think the argument for Geno can still be played. And it should be, with good reason. (Cont.)
Geno Smith and the "Aaron Rodgers Treatment"
"The Sooners received 32 of 41 first-place votes and totaled 396 points. West Virginia was chosen second with 339 points and garnered seven first-place tallies. Texas was picked third, followed by defending Big 12 champion Oklahoma State in fourth. TCU and Kansas State each received a first-place vote and finished fifth and sixth, respectively. Baylor, Iowa State, Texas Tech and Kansas rounded out the poll."