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ct
12-29-2005, 03:13 PM
the current selection order, with 1 week to go:

# Team W-L Opponents' W-L % Final opponent


1 Houston 2-13 .533 at San Francisco

2 New Orleans 3-12 .517 at Tampa Bay

3 New York Jets 3-12 .533 Buffalo

4 Green Bay 3-12 .542 Seattle

5 San Francisco 3-12 546 Houston

6 Tennessee 4-11 508 at Jacksonville

7 Oakland 4-11 .538 NY Giants

8 St. Louis 5-10 .488 at Dallas

9 Buffalo 5-10 .500 at NY Jets

10 Arizona 5-10 .504 at Indianapolis

11 Detroit 5-10 .504 at Pittsburgh

12 Cleveland 5-10 .513 Baltimore

13 Baltimore 6-9 .517 at Cleveland

14 Philadelphia 6-9 .529 Washington

15 Miami 8-7 .458 at New England

16 Minnesota 8-7 .483 Chicago

17 Atlanta 8-7 .492 Carolina

18 Kansas City 9-6 .513 Cincinnati

19 Dallas 9-6 .521 St. Louis

20 Denver (from Washington) 9-6 .546 at Philadelphia

21 San Diego 9-6 .554 Denver

22 Tampa Bay 10-5 .446 New Orleans

23 Carolina 10-5 .454 at Atlanta

24 New York Giants 10-5 .496 at Oakland

25 Pittsburgh 10-5 .500 Detroit

26 New England 10-5 .500 Miami

27 Chicago 11-4 .446 at Minnesota

28 Jacksonville 11-4 .463 Tennessee

29 Cincinnati 11-4 .471 at Kansas City

30 Denver 12-3 .504 at San Diego

31 Seattle 13-2 .421 at Green Bay

32 Indianapolis 13-2 .463 Arizona

Ari Chi3fs
12-29-2005, 03:16 PM
wow. seattle has had a powderpuff schedule... factor out the Indy record, and its even more powderpuffish

DTLB58
12-29-2005, 04:00 PM
We draft right before Dallas as of now. Wouldn't be suprised to see Carl make another deal with Jones.

Dj56
12-29-2005, 06:03 PM
So who you guys thinking Chiefs will draft or if not a certain player what Pos? They got a few places they could go but no place is totaly certain to me. i mean that secondary has good players just for whatever reason haven't played well, LB's are probably the strongest point of this defense and the Defensive line isn't to shabby maybe a DT But no way waste a 1st on a DE. then OL could use some fixings but most likely everyone will be intact for atleast one more year. QB could be a good idea also but hopefully they pick up a big bodied WR atleast in my mind

Hoover
12-29-2005, 06:15 PM
Since we will be draftinf in the middle of round one, I think we should go with an OT. There is a lot of Depth in the draft at that position, and its a position of need. Heck if Shields hangs it up we could move Welbourn to G, and put the rookie in on the Right side.