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T-post Tom
04-26-2008, 02:55 AM
I'm not saying it's going to happen, but it could based on current speculation by the so called "experts." Based on this juicy mock draft, the Chiefs would get any DEs after the first round. Enjoy...

1. Dolphins – Jake Long (OT)
2. Rams – Chris Long (DE)
3. Falcons – Matt Ryan (QB)
4. Oakland – G. Dorsey (DT)
5. Saints – S. Ellis (DT) [traded #10 pick, an undetermined pick in 2009 & Jamaal Brown to Chiefs]
6. Jets – V. Gholston (DE)
7. Pats – K. Rivers (OLB)
8. Ravens – Ryan Clady (OT)
9. Bengals – D. Harvey (DE)
10. Cowboys – D. McFaddin (RB) [traded #22, #28, & undetermined 2009 picks to Chiefs]
11. Bills – D. Rodgers-Cromartie (CB)
12. Broncos – C. Williams (OT)
13. Panthers – J. Otah (OT)
14. Bears – R. Mendenhall (RB)
15. Lions – M. Jenkins (CB)
16. Cards – J. Stewart (RB)
17. Chiefs -- B. Albert (OG/OT) [traded J. Allen to Vikes]
18. Texans -- L.McElvin (CB)
19. Eagles – F.Jones (RB)
20. Bucs – D.Jackson (WR)
21. Skins – D.Thomas (WR)
22. Chiefs – L.Sweed (WR) [traded #10 pick to Cowboys]
23. Steelers – G.Cherilus (OT)
24. Titans – D.Keller (TE)
25. Seahawks – K.Balmer (DT)
26. Jags – P.Merling (DE)
27. Chargers – D.Morgan (SS)
28. Chiefs – A.Talib (CB) [traded #10 pick to Cowboys]
29. 49ers – C.Campbell (DE)
30. Packers – B.Flowers (CB)
31. Giants – K.Phillips (FS)

DaneMcCloud
04-26-2008, 02:57 AM
Great. :rolleyes:

Let's trade out of a top 5 pick to get a couple of late round picks. F*cking wonderful. %(/

Mecca
04-26-2008, 02:59 AM
You're draft sucks ass, you didn't even pick good players.

This would be TERRIBLE

HMc
04-26-2008, 03:00 AM
Now the Saints are throwing in a 2nd? There's something wrong with Brown.

KCChiefsMan
04-26-2008, 03:01 AM
I would be much much much happier taking Ellis and Albert than those 3. Albert probably won't make it to 17 either.

btlook1
04-26-2008, 03:04 AM
You're draft sucks ass, you didn't even pick good players.

This would be TERRIBLE

I think I agree with Mecca...the idea is to get better this year and compete next year or the year after! Not trade away!

HMc
04-26-2008, 03:04 AM
Gholston and Brohm are making my kool-aid, but hey what do i know

T-post Tom
04-26-2008, 03:07 AM
You're draft sucks ass, you didn't even pick good players.

This would be TERRIBLE

Are you f*cking stupid or just sleep deprived? That's 3 projected first round picks (by nearly all the experts) and a former first round pick that made the Pro Bowl. And all at positions of need. Not to mention a few picks for next year. That from 2 picks to start with.

Mecca
04-26-2008, 03:09 AM
Are you f*cking stupid or just sleep deprived? That's 3 projected first round picks (by nearly all the experts) and a former first round pick that made the Pro Bowl. And all at positions of need. Not to mention a few picks for next year. That from 2 picks to start with.

Yea well look at this buddy.....Limas Sweed is one that I really really don't like. I don't like Talib either..

It's just not good you picked players that don't work. You take take questionable players like that. It's a deep corner year and Talib is a bad 1st rounder and I just personally hate Sweed and this is a horrid WR draft.

HemiEd
04-26-2008, 03:09 AM
:spock:

T-post Tom
04-26-2008, 03:36 AM
Yea well look at this buddy.....Limas Sweed is one that I really really don't like. I don't like Talib either..

It's just not good you picked players that don't work. You take take questionable players like that. It's a deep corner year and Talib is a bad 1st rounder and I just personally hate Sweed and this is a horrid WR draft.


Don't work? Isn't Herm running a cover 2? Doesn't he want big corners? Sweed fits the Chiefs mold for big receivers and has all the tools with huge upside, if provided some good coaching. Also, taking him would be predicated on a clean bill of health. Look here buddy:

Sweed:

Positives: Has a tall, well-built and rare-sized frame, with proportioned muscles, good chest and upper body development, nice arm length, large hands and developed legs and calves … Has the straight-line speed and acceleration needed to be effective in the vertical passing game … Not a precise route runner, but his long stride helps him compensate and eat up the defender's cushion … Possesses good quickness and change-of-direction agility, along with excellent leaping ability, but he must improve his timing competing for jump balls … Fluid in his stride, showing the body control and the ability to adjust to the ball in flight … Has the arm extension and flexibility to elevate and make the acrobatic catches … Has good field awareness and is alert to coverages and locating the soft areas underneath … Displays good toughness and leadership, working hard in practices and studying tapes to gain advantage over his opponents … Has that extra gear needed to gain advantage coming off the snap (when he doesn't try to get into battles with the press defender) … Smooth into his routes and will get physical with the defender in route progression (feels every thrown ball is his) … Strong runner who might not run crisp routes, but has the natural burst and quickness to separate … Uses his long stride well to quickly close a defender's cushion, and while he still needs refinement here, when he drops his weight while making cuts he generates much better foot quickness … Needs to figure out how to beat the jam with other moves, but can overpower a smaller defender … Does a nice job of settling in the short area and has the awareness with good body control to work himself free from a crowd … Talented receiver on the boundary, as he is good at finding throwing lanes for his quarterback when attacking the zone … Does gather some in his routes, but flashes good ability to adjust to the coverage, doing a nice job of uncovering … Natural adjuster to off-line throws and can make a great catch while keeping his feet along the sidelines … Displays good ball skills and hands when hauling in the ball with defenders draped on him (will lose concentration at times, but it is not from a lack of courage) … Not the type who will double or body catch, as he is very effective at using his reach to extend for the ball and does a good job of looking the pass in over his outside shoulder … The thing you see on film is his ability to execute the comeback and stay square going for the ball … Has good reaction quickness to look the ball in and will not hesitate to assert himself in order to run unimpeded down the sidelines … Can pluck the ball outside of his frame and make the tough catches … Has the speed and acceleration to stretch the field vertically and the balls skills necessary to haul in the deep pass … Must do a better job of timing his leaps, but he has the flexibility to adjust for the high, low and behind tosses … Likes to overpower defenders after the catch, but does have nifty moves to elude (just doesn't use them often) … Strong runner, especially when he catches the ball in front of the defender.

Negatives: Has excellent size and good strength, but he is not a face-up blocker and tends to shy away from contact when asked to lead block on sweeps and outside runs … Has had several problems with his left wrist that forced him to undergo mid-season surgery in 2007 and further medical evaluation is advised … Has a very fluid running stride, but is raw in his route running technique and needs to refine his plant-and-drive agility coming out of breaks (takes soft angle cuts, at times) … Also needs to show better stop-and-go action, as he will take a few false steps when trying to redirect back to the quarterback … Breaks off his routes too early when trying to get separation, and while he has a good reach he spends too much time trying to overpower press coverage defenders rather than trying to slip past and avoid … Also likes to combat with the defenders down field in attempts to get them out of their backpedal early, but it also ends up slowing down his route progression … Has had a history of concentration problems which prevents him from getting proper position to make the catch … Must do a better job of looking the ball in and securing it before trying to run with it (leads to dropped balls) … Has good leaping ability, but shows poor timing and arm extension trying to battle for jump balls (left 20 of 39 passes thrown to him behind in 2007) … More of a straight-line runner who can get under the pass nicely running straight-line routes, but lacks the loose hips to get a clean break and is more apt to break arm tackles rather than elude the defender in the open … For some reason, he failed to drop his weight and keep his feet working through pattern progression in 2007.

Compares To: ANDRE JOHNSON-Houston … While Sweed is taller than Johnson and Johnson has better separation ability, both are long striders with a good burst off the line vs. a clean release. He is quick to gobble up the cushion and get behind the defender, but he is not the most polished route runner you will find. With his size and ability to shield the ball from defenders, he does a fine job of getting to the ball in a crowd. However, he must show better concentration skills, as he has left quite a few thrown balls on the ground. When out in front of the defense, he can take the ball to the house, evident by his 20 touchdown catches. If he gets a clean bill of health leading up to the draft, he will be able to secure first-day draft status.

Talib:

Scouting Report
The Good: Talib was a fixture in the Jayhawks’ secondary since his true freshman season, earning Big 12 honors each year. Talib shows playmaking ability in coverage and plays a gambling style that has produced big plays for each side. He is an agile athlete with long arms and good footwork. He moves well, and has shown the ability to play in either man or zone coverage. He is a well-built athlete who has bulked up over the past year and checked in at just under 6-foot-1 and 202 pounds after playing in the 185-pound range during his career.

The Bad: He is not a physical defender, and he can be hesitant to come up and support the run. He is only an average tackler who struggles getting off blockers and rarely delivers a big hit. He has the quickness to play man coverage against NFL-caliber talent, though he needs further development in his reads and responsibilities within a scheme.

Outlook: He looks like a top-40 prospect after his strong final season. He is still raw in some areas of coverage, and he may need a little time to refine his game before being a full-time starter. However, he has the package to make that adjustment within a short time. He could disappoint in a situation where he has to start as a rookie and play on an island in man coverage. He is a fine prospect who probably falls to the early second round.

Ultra Peanut
04-26-2008, 03:36 AM
fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff

Mecca
04-26-2008, 03:43 AM
If that draft was nearly as good as you think all these people wouldn't be reacting this way..

I've seen Sweed play a ton of times he's tall and lanky and doesn't have much quickness, he also has a screwed up wrist and has for about a year now...that's just what I want.

Ultra Peanut
04-26-2008, 04:08 AM
He's a first-day pick, dude. That's money.

T-post Tom
04-26-2008, 04:15 AM
"I've seen Sweed play a ton of times he's tall and lanky and doesn't have much quickness..." ~ Mecca

Last year there were a lot of folks drooling over the 40 times of Tedd Ginn (4.38) & Robert Meachem (4.39), & Calving Johnson (4.35). That slow ass Dwayne Bowe ran a sluggish 4.51. What a lard ass, he'll never do anything in the NFL. :rolleyes:

Mecca
04-26-2008, 04:20 AM
I said quickness not straight line speed, do you need some education about the difference in what each one is?

T-post Tom
04-26-2008, 04:27 AM
I said quickness not straight line speed, do you need some education about the difference in what each one is?


U missed the point, jr. You're discounting Sweed's talent & draft position just like Bowe's naysayers did last year. Time will tell.

Mecca
04-26-2008, 04:28 AM
Have you looked at this WR class?

It is AWFUL, when Devin Thomas is the best guy, that ain't good.

T-post Tom
04-26-2008, 04:47 AM
Have you looked at this WR class?

It is AWFUL, when Devin Thomas is the best guy, that ain't good.

I'm not talking about the whole class. I'm talking about one receiver.

Frank Coyle is very respected in the NFL. He has Thomas as the 18th best overall player in the draft and Sweed as #25. Let me know when your credentials match up with Coyle's.

"Frank Coyle is a nationally known pro football scout who publishes Draft Insiders' Digest. In it's 17th season, DraftInsiders.com is a website and publication dedicated to the year round coverage of NFL and NCAA Football."

Chief Chief
04-26-2008, 06:45 AM
Did CP and Herm suddenly develop a severe case of decidophobia? Are they now know as the CP & Herm Trading Company? Will the Chiefs shut out all of the other teams when at the end of the year all of their starting players are named to the All-Rookie Team, B Squad?

I can envision the trade down with the Aints. And if KC was a powerhouse team like NE they could afford to continue trading down. But KC has alot of critical needs and WILL USE Pick #10 to get a major player. They can't afford not to.

'Hamas' Jenkins
04-26-2008, 06:57 AM
Jesus f*cking Christ. This draft is driving me crazy.

Let's trade down from the spot where we can get an elite player and grab an OT with injury concerns, a cornerback who runs in quicksand with a drug problem, and a wide receiver who runs sloppier routes than Stephen Hawking.

And this is your "wet dream" mock??

I can just imagine your "turn ons"...

"Walking through thorn bushes", "Contracting gonorrhea", "Flagellation", "Cauterizing my asshole shut with a soldering iron", "Pouring Drano down my pisshole".

I'm going to give you one chance, Tom. You're entering a world of pain.


Tom, you're entering a world of pain

MARK IT ZERO!!

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old_geezer
04-26-2008, 08:04 AM
[QUOTE='Hamas' Jenkins;4710287]Jesus f*cking Christ. This draft is driving me crazy.

Let's trade down from the spot where we can get an elite player and grab an OT with injury concerns, a cornerback who runs in quicksand with a drug problem, and a wide receiver who runs sloppier routes than Stephen Hawking.

And this is your "wet dream" mock??

I can just imagine your "turn ons"...

"Walking through thorn bushes", "Contracting gonorrhea", "Flagellation", "Cauterizing my asshole shut with a soldering iron", "Pouring Drano down my pisshole".

I'm going to give you one chance, Tom. You're entering a world of pain.


Tom, you're entering a world of pain

MARK IT ZERO!!

Rep!!!!!!!!!!! My feelings exactly. I actually got nauseous looking at that "wet dream". If we draft that poorly I'll start rooting for Minnesota. :cuss:

suds79
04-26-2008, 08:19 AM
Since we're doing wet dream mocks, why not this?

5th - Glen Dorsey falls to us.... Remember when he was widely regarded as the best player in this draft? He might still be.

17th - Chris Williams. Ideal LT size and they say his strong suit is in pass protection. Perfect! Because if there's one thing I want my LT to be best at, it's pass protection. Sacks just kill drives.

royr17
04-26-2008, 08:25 AM
I like your mock draft, But # 1 the Cowboys want trade there 2 firsts for a 10 spot, next Branden Albert wont be there at # 17, but I like trading our # 5 pick to the saints for the # 10 pick and OT Jammal Brown.

Ebolapox
04-26-2008, 08:34 AM
erm. that's a nightmare draft.

Al Bundy
04-26-2008, 08:36 AM
Talib doesn't make it past Tampa.

Sully
04-26-2008, 09:18 AM
By "Wet Dream" do you mean "Cold Sweat?"