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Coogs
11-16-2009, 09:25 AM
For those of you who were wanting to know! ;)

http://www.gbnreport.com/

(12:01 AM): Top pick on line in Monday nighter… The final weekly draft first round selection order for the opening round of the 2010 draft won’t be decided until after tonight’s Monday night game between Cleveland and Baltimore. If the Browns lose to the Ravens, Cleveland and St. Louis would be tied for the #1 overall as both teams would have the identical strength of schedule based on their opponents’ combined W-L records. In a scenario in which Cleveland loses to Baltimore, Detroit would be third in the proverbial ‘if the draft were held today’ selection order, followed by Tampa Bay, Kansas City and Oakland in the 4th, 5th and 6th spots respectively. A Cleveland win over the Ravens, though, and the Browns would drop all the way down to the 6th pick with everyone else moving up one. As usual, we’ll have the updated selection order for the 2010 draft after the tonight’s Browns-Ravens dual in Cleveland.

Dicky McElephant
11-16-2009, 09:57 AM
Fucking #5 again?

Hydrae
11-16-2009, 10:05 AM
****ing #5 again?

Better than the 20th we picked every year in the 90's I suppose.

Mile High Mania
11-16-2009, 10:08 AM
The good thing about CHI at 4-5 with a number of teams in that spot, depending on tiebreakers... DEN would have a pick ranging anywhere from 10-16.

philfree
11-16-2009, 11:23 AM
We need to win one or two more games and get out of the top five. I'd much rather pick 6th then top five. If we can't get out of the top five then I'd prefer to pick 1st.

PhilFree:arrow:

The Bad Guy
11-16-2009, 11:33 AM
We need to be picking between 5-10.

I don't think the Chiefs would ever take Berry either or 2. Now Okung can go high and the Chiefs can just sit back and let Berry or Mays fall to them.

Gravedigger
11-16-2009, 11:43 AM
Better than the 20th we picked every year in the 90's I suppose.

You mean back in the day when we won games?

Mr. Laz
11-16-2009, 12:22 PM
We need to be picking between 5-10.

I don't think the Chiefs would ever take Berry either or 2. Now Okung can go high and the Chiefs can just sit back and let Berry or Mays fall to them.
1 more victory and we will easily be down to 5-10

Hydrae
11-16-2009, 12:28 PM
You mean back in the day when we won games?

In the regular season only.

notorious
11-16-2009, 12:49 PM
1 more victory and we will easily be down to 5-10

Not slamming you, but where, in your opinion, do you think that next win is?

Dicky McElephant
11-16-2009, 12:50 PM
Not slamming you, but where, in your opinion, do you think that next win is?

Cleveland

Dicky McElephant
11-16-2009, 12:51 PM
We actually have a good shot at beating the Browns and the Bills.

DrRyan
11-16-2009, 12:52 PM
Not slamming you, but where, in your opinion, do you think that next win is?

Cleveland, with a possibility of getting a win against Buffalo or Denver. Buffalo and Denver are unlikely wins but certainly possible.

notorious
11-16-2009, 12:53 PM
Cleveland

We may have a lot of tough teams on our schedule, but we were also blessed with Washington, Oakland x2, Beefalo, and Cleveland.

My God we suck.

RedThat
11-16-2009, 01:12 PM
Im never really concerned about this kind of stuff on where the Chiefs pick.

I just care about picking the right guy. It really doesn't matter where we pick as long as they take the right guy that'll make them a better football team.

Drafting high, is nothing but a crapshoot. Its overrated imo. I also hope the Chiefs can draft well overall this year because thats where this franchise has struggled over the years. Thats why they're so set back due to them bombing drafts. Give me a good overall draft. Im more concerned about that then picking in the top 5 or 10.

SenselessChiefsFan
11-16-2009, 02:23 PM
I have said the Chiefs will pick closer to 10th.... with as bad as many teams are this year.... I think that is still likely.

Chiefs should win against the Browns. And, have a good chance against Denver and the Bills.

sfchief
11-16-2009, 03:23 PM
heres how I see it
Cle 2-14
Oak 2-14
Det 3-13
Sea 3-13
Stl 3-13
KC 4-12
TB 4-12
Buff 4-12
WAs 4-12

That puts us somewhere between #6-#9
prime Berry or Tradedown territory

Dicky McElephant
11-16-2009, 03:30 PM
1. Cleveland
2. Detroit
3. Oakland
4. Tampa Bay
5. St. Louis
6. Kansas City

cdcox
11-16-2009, 03:59 PM
Graph 1 is the best estimate of where we will draft as of right now. It makes no assumptions about which games we might win or lose from here on out. Graph 2 is the distribution of where we would draft if we beat Cleveland, but lost all the rest of our games (3-13). Graph 3 is the distribution of where we would draft if we beat both Cleveland and Buffalo, but lost all of our remaining games (4-12). Very unlikely we'll be drafting later than 9th.

cdcox
11-16-2009, 04:07 PM
So if we win only one more game, we are still probably drafting in the top 5. If we win 2 more games, we'll probably draft in the 4 to 8 range. If we lose the rest of our games we'll most likely be in the top 2 picks. To get out of the top 10, we need 3 more victories.

Hydrae
11-16-2009, 04:20 PM
Im never really concerned about this kind of stuff on where the Chiefs pick.

I just care about picking the right guy. It really doesn't matter where we pick as long as they take the right guy that'll make them a better football team.

Drafting high, is nothing but a crapshoot. Its overrated imo. I also hope the Chiefs can draft well overall this year because thats where this franchise has struggled over the years. Thats why they're so set back due to them bombing drafts. Give me a good overall draft. Im more concerned about that then picking in the top 5 or 10.

The one nice thing about drafting early is not necessarily the first round. It is where it puts you in all subsequent rounds also.

DA_T_84
11-16-2009, 05:23 PM
The one nice thing about drafting early is not necessarily the first round. It is where it puts you in all subsequent rounds also.

Exactly. If we go 4-12, and pick first in the first round among those at 4-12, we slide to the back of the line for round 2.

I want an early round 2 pick, as its basically a late first. There are usually 5-7 guys who are projected first rounders that slip, and I want the guy/s that best fit us out of them. Obviously.

Again, I can't seem to get of Jordan Shipley's nuts. Anyone object to taking him with our first second round pick if he's there?

-1. Safety (Teric Bays or Eaylor Merry)
-2a. Shipley? (WR)
-2b. OLine
-3a. NT
-3b. (do we have 2 thirds? I know it's either two thirds or two fourths. if so): Oline
4-7 Oline, a power runningback, Linebacker.

eh?

Coogs
11-16-2009, 05:25 PM
Im never really concerned about this kind of stuff on where the Chiefs pick.

Which is why you clicked on the link right? :thumb:

the Talking Can
11-16-2009, 05:25 PM
right now our gonzo pick is sitting at #56


hopefully that will bump up a bit and we get 3 picks in the first 50

milkman
11-16-2009, 05:26 PM
Again, I can't seem to get of Jordan Shipley's nuts. Anyone object to taking him with our first second round pick if he's there?

Raises hand.

Coogs
11-16-2009, 05:29 PM
Raises hand.

Seconds that!

DA_T_84
11-16-2009, 05:34 PM
Fair and Fair - but please explain why!

Why i like him with that pick:
1. Solid hands.
2. Fast as ****.
3. Great route runner.
4. Potential kick returner.
5. Solid slot WR, and eventual number 2 behind DBowe.

So, is it that you think its too early for him to go? If so, when - if - we select him, where would you prefer it be? Or is it solely based on the fact that he's from UT and they don't transfer well to the NFL? What if he performs well in the combine also? Who would you prefer instead at WR- in the range that he is projected? That is to say, Dez will be gone long before we would consider Ship.

Just curious. And thanks.

Coogs
11-16-2009, 05:38 PM
Fair and Fair - but please explain why!

Why i like him with that pick:
1. Solid hands.
2. Fast as ****.
3. Great route runner.
4. Potential kick returner.
5. Solid slot WR, and eventual number 2 behind DBowe.

So, is it that you think its too early for him to go? If so, when - if - we select him, where would you prefer it be? Or is it solely based on the fact that he's from UT and they don't transfer well to the NFL? What if he performs well in the combine also? Who would you prefer instead at WR- in the range that he is projected? That is to say, Dez will be gone long before we would consider Ship.

Just curious. And thanks.


I can not speak for Milkman, but for me, this draft should be all about defense early as it is a strong defensive draft. Then O-line like a big dog later. Add the receiver next year when there could be some very good WR's available.

Dicky McElephant
11-16-2009, 05:40 PM
I can not speak for Milkman, but for me, this draft should be all about defense early as it is a strong defensive draft. Then O-line like a big dog later. Add the receiver next year when there could be some very good WR's available.

I'm not against taking Mardy Gilyard or Golden Tate (if he comes out) in rounds 2-3.

Coogs
11-16-2009, 05:42 PM
I'm not against taking Mardy Gilyard or Golden Tate (if he comes out) in rounds 2-3.

If Bowe, Chambers, and Long continue to progress as the season goes forth, WR may not be a big need anymore. Same with Charles at RB. Defense and O-line should be high priority IMHO.

the Talking Can
11-16-2009, 05:45 PM
i hope we get a lb with our 2nd

kindle
norwood
spikes
mclain


imagine ILB with our first 2nd and Norwood with our second 2nd, berry or mays in the first....

OnTheWarpath58
11-16-2009, 05:45 PM
If Bowe, Chambers, <del>and Long</del> continue to progress as the season goes forth, WR may not be a big need anymore. Same with Charles at RB. Defense and O-line should be high priority IMHO.

There's your answer.

Lance Long shouldn't keep this franchise from drafting a WR if he's the BPA.

Dicky McElephant
11-16-2009, 05:45 PM
If Bowe, Chambers, and Long continue to progress as the season goes forth, WR may not be a big need anymore. Same with Charles at RB. Defense and O-line should be high priority IMHO.

Gilyard is a dual-threat because he can be a #2 opposite Bowe....and he can also return kicks/punts. Same thing goes for Tate.

Chambers isn't getting any younger and he really isn't going to be a factor for this team for the future. We need to come out of the first three rounds with playmakers and immediate starters.....especially at the OLB position and safety position.

Dicky McElephant
11-16-2009, 05:46 PM
i hope we get a lb with our 2nd

kindle
norwood
spikes
mclain


imagine ILB with our first 2nd and Norwood with our second 2nd, berry or mays in the first....

It'd be nice but I don't see Mclain or Spikes making it out of the 1st round.

Coogs
11-16-2009, 05:49 PM
Gilyard is a dual-threat because he can be a #2 opposite Bowe....and he can also return kicks/punts. Same thing goes for Tate.

Chambers isn't getting any younger and he really isn't going to be a factor for this team for the future. We need to come out of the first three rounds with playmakers and immediate starters.....especially at the OLB position and safety position.

IIRC, there should be 3 or 4 real stud WR able to come out in 2011.

the Talking Can
11-16-2009, 05:50 PM
It'd be nice but I don't see Mclain or Spikes making it out of the 1st round.

could be, i was basing it on GBN's current top 100 ranking...I think spikes will slip with some injury concerns....

chiefzilla1501
11-16-2009, 05:50 PM
It'd be nice but I don't see Mclain or Spikes making it out of the 1st round.

Not only that, but I would much, much rather take the top Guard or Center off the board than take a second-tier ILB prospect. Regardless of how far one of them falls.

Dicky McElephant
11-16-2009, 05:51 PM
Not only that, but I would much, much rather take the top Guard or Center off the board than take a second-tier ILB prospect. Regardless of how far one of them falls.

Second-tier? What the fuck are you smoking?

the Talking Can
11-16-2009, 05:53 PM
Not only that, but I would much, much rather take the top Guard or Center off the board than take a second-tier ILB prospect. Regardless of how far one of them falls.

i'd take McClain over any interior lineman at that point, he is a stud

chiefzilla1501
11-16-2009, 05:54 PM
Gilyard is a dual-threat because he can be a #2 opposite Bowe....and he can also return kicks/punts. Same thing goes for Tate.

Chambers isn't getting any younger and he really isn't going to be a factor for this team for the future. We need to come out of the first three rounds with playmakers and immediate starters.....especially at the OLB position and safety position.

I usually agree that you take BPA around rounds 2 and 3. But I'll agree with Coogs on this one. Unless you have a lights out prospect that is hands down better than anyone on the board, I don't think you can justify taking a receiver here. The Chiefs can skate by with their current receiver corps and I frankly think the position is pretty overrated unless you have a complete freak playing there.

From a positional value standpoint, in the 2nd round, we're now comparing WRs who weren't considered good enough for the first round to Guards/Centers/RBs who are closer to the top of their class.

OnTheWarpath58
11-16-2009, 05:54 PM
i'd take McClain over any interior lineman at that point, he is a stud

I'd agree with the exception of Kris O'Dowd.

chiefzilla1501
11-16-2009, 05:57 PM
i'd take McClain over any interior lineman at that point, he is a stud

He might be. It's just that in a 3-4, I don't place very much value at all in ILBs. For as below average as Mays and Demorrio Williams are, I feel like you could build around them in the short-term with vast improvements at both Safety positions and Nose Tackle. And given that ILBs in a 3-4 tend to be role positions instead of playmaker positions, I think it's also quite possible to upgrade that position significantly later in the draft.

the Talking Can
11-16-2009, 05:58 PM
I'd agree with the exception of Kris O'Dowd.

i'm honestly not that familiar with OL, i'm just a fanboy for McClain and Norwood...

we could easily, and should imo, get 3 defensive starters with our first 3 picks....

the Talking Can
11-16-2009, 06:00 PM
He might be. It's just that in a 3-4, I don't place very much value at all in ILBs. For as below average as Mays and Demorrio Williams are, I feel like you could build around them in the short-term with vast improvements at both Safety positions and Nose Tackle. And given that ILBs in a 3-4 tend to be role positions instead of playmaker positions, I think it's also quite possible to upgrade that position significantly later in the draft.

i hear you, but i think our lbs and safety's are bigger problem than NT right now...just imo

and i think McClain is a total monster, but i also understand we need a olb pass rusher more....

chiefzilla1501
11-16-2009, 06:03 PM
i hear you, but i think our lbs and safety's are bigger problem than NT right now...just imo

and i think McClain is a total monster, but i also understand we need a olb pass rusher more....

I think the NT is one of the bigger problems on this defense. Our OLBs aren't doing terrible with the rush, but because Edwards isn't getting any push, the QB has a huge pocket to dodge any kind of pressure. Watch how many times QBs escape pressure. And if the NT does his job, the LBs don't have to worry about getting absorbed in blocks.

I think the Safety is definitely an urgency position. But the NT will make the LBs a LOT better. But granted, I don't know much about McClain and in the 2nd round, if a player is easily the BPA, then you don't pass on him.

The Bad Guy
11-16-2009, 06:04 PM
If you think we can build around Mays and DeMorrio, then I don't think you are qualified to even comment on Pee Wee football.

chiefzilla1501
11-16-2009, 06:07 PM
If you think we can build around Mays and DeMorrio, then I don't think you are qualified to even comment on Pee Wee football.

The way I worded that was misleading.

I'm obviously not in support of building around Mays and Demorrio as if they were the centerpiece of the defense.

What I'm saying is that I would build with the OLBs, NTs, and Safeties as Centerpieces first, then worry about the ILBs later. I meant more from a "they aren't good, but we can work around them for now" standpoint.

Dicky McElephant
11-16-2009, 06:10 PM
You can grab Dan Williams in the 4th-5th round to play NT.

Mr. Laz
11-16-2009, 07:06 PM
Not slamming you, but where, in your opinion, do you think that next win is?
first ... i never said we would win another one.

secondly, we have a legitimate chance at winning Denver,Buffalo and Cleveland all at home.


Denver is having a rough time ... Buffalo and Cleveland aren't very good either.

milkman
11-16-2009, 08:39 PM
I can not speak for Milkman, but for me, this draft should be all about defense early as it is a strong defensive draft. Then O-line like a big dog later. Add the receiver next year when there could be some very good WR's available.

I agree that we do need to go strong in this draft on D.

However, I think we have to look at who's available when we pick.

I still want Berry/Mays in the first, Selvie/Hughes with the first of our two seconds, and if Kris O'Dowd is there with the Atlanta pick, I just don't think we should pass on him.

In the third, I'd look at Mardy Gilyard, who I think brings the same things to the table as Shiply, but at that spot is a better value.

But at the same time, if Jason Fox is there, I couldn't justify passing him to take Gilyard, who I like a lot.

In the fourth, Dan Williams.

milkman
11-16-2009, 08:40 PM
You can grab Dan Williams in the 4th-5th round to play NT.

It appears we are on much the same page.

Bunit
11-16-2009, 10:21 PM
Better than the 20th we picked every year in the 90's I suppose.

Hell no. It's just a big contract to a unknown commodity.

ChiefsCountry
11-17-2009, 12:33 AM
First off why the fuck does any of us care what the draft picks are paid. None of us is Clark Hunt so it don't matter. That being said if you are the top of the draft grap the elite talent, you need it to win in the NFL. 2 or 3 years in the top 5 isn't a bad thing if you hit on them.

chiefzilla1501
11-17-2009, 07:02 AM
First off why the **** does any of us care what the draft picks are paid. None of us is Clark Hunt so it don't matter. That being said if you are the top of the draft grap the elite talent, you need it to win in the NFL. 2 or 3 years in the top 5 isn't a bad thing if you hit on them.

The one big way it does affect you is that it takes away all trade value. I'm happy that Dorsey worked out for us, but he would've also been much easier to trade if he had a much more manageable cap dollar in a year where where, in a 3-4, he wasn't nearly as valuable as he was in a 4-3.

Coogs
11-17-2009, 09:28 AM
http://www.gbnreport.com/weeklydraftorder.html

Our selections as of this week would be...

5th in Round 1

6th in Round 2
18th in Round 2 from Atlanta

5th in Round 3

6th in Round 4

5th in Round 5
11th in Round 5 from Carolina
15th in Round 5 from Miami

KChiefs1
11-17-2009, 10:11 AM
http://www.gbnreport.com/weeklydraftorder.html

Our selections as of this week would be...

5th in Round 1

6th in Round 2
18th in Round 2 from Atlanta

5th in Round 3

6th in Round 4

5th in Round 5
11th in Round 5 from Carolina
15th in Round 5 from Miami

3 in the top 50 & 5 in the top 100.

Dicky McElephant
11-17-2009, 10:14 AM
I agree that we do need to go strong in this draft on D.

However, I think we have to look at who's available when we pick.

I still want Berry/Mays in the first, Selvie/Hughes with the first of our two seconds, and if Kris O'Dowd is there with the Atlanta pick, I just don't think we should pass on him.

In the third, I'd look at Mardy Gilyard, who I think brings the same things to the table as Shiply, but at that spot is a better value.

But at the same time, if Jason Fox is there, I couldn't justify passing him to take Gilyard, who I like a lot.

In the fourth, Dan Williams.

I would be happy with....

1. Eric Berry - S
2. Jerry Hughes - OLB
2. Kris O'Dowd - OC
3. Jason Fox - OT
4. Dan Williams, NT

It honestly would be a toss-up in the 3rd if Fox and Gilyard are there. They both would be pretty much immediate starters on this team. Fox at RT and Gilyard as the slot receiver and punt/kick returner. You can't go wrong with either one.

milkman
11-17-2009, 10:20 AM
I would be happy with....

1. Eric Berry - S
2. Jerry Hughes - OLB
2. Kris O'Dowd - OC
3. Jason Fox - OT
4. Dan Williams, NT

It honestly would be a toss-up in the 3rd if Fox and Gilyard are there. They both would be pretty much immediate starters on this team. Fox at RT and Gilyard as the slot receiver and punt/kick returner. You can't go wrong with either one.

As I said in an earlier post, we appear to be on much the same page.

If Fox is there in the third, looking ahead to the '11 draft (assuming there is one), I'd take him over Gilyard with the top notch WR talent coming out in '11.

Dicky McElephant
11-17-2009, 10:23 AM
As I said in an earlier post, we appear to be on much the same page.

If Fox is there in the third, looking ahead to the '11 draft (assuming there is one), I'd take him over Gilyard with the top notch WR talent coming out in '11.

True....especially if we have a shot at grabbing Golden Tate. That kid is a playmaker....and I'm not just saying that because I'm an Irish homer.

milkman
11-17-2009, 10:24 AM
True....especially if we have a shot at grabbing Golden Tate. That kid is a playmaker....and I'm not just saying that because I'm an Irish homer.

Oh shit, I knew I didn't like you.

:p

Dicky McElephant
11-17-2009, 10:26 AM
Oh shit, I knew I didn't like you.

:p

:D Ehhh....I'm not as bad as the usual die-hard Irish fans.....honest.

milkman
11-17-2009, 10:29 AM
:D Ehhh....I'm not as bad as the usual die-hard Irish fans.....honest.

Surrrre, that's what they all say.

Dicky McElephant
11-17-2009, 10:33 AM
Surrrre, that's what they all say.

Do they all say that they wish Charlie Weis would get fucking shit-canned?

milkman
11-17-2009, 10:34 AM
Do they all say that they wish Charlie Weis would get ****ing shit-canned?

Only the smart ones.

Dicky McElephant
11-17-2009, 10:37 AM
Only the smart ones.

Well....I at least have that going for me......which is good.

sfchief
11-17-2009, 11:41 AM
I would be happy with....

1. Eric Berry - S
2. Jerry Hughes - OLB
2. Kris O'Dowd - OC
3. Jason Fox - OT
4. Dan Williams, NT


Wrap this up and put a bow on it!
Hughes is a monster
Bookends at OT, Huge up grade at C
Dan Williams is highly underated and Tenn. has a great tradition for DT

Coogs
11-20-2009, 09:32 AM
Don't know if anyone will see this since this thread is old, but I thought this fit here. NflDraftCountdown has a Hot List of Draft Risers and Draft Fallers. Here is #1 on that risers list...

http://www.draftcountdown.com/features/HotList/Hot-List.php

1. Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee
Going into his senior season Dan Williams carried a solid draftable grade but he was overshadowed by some other defensive tackles with higher profiles and more headlines. However, based on the way Williams is playing this year he will have the last laugh on Draft Day. Williams has very good size at 6’3 and 327 pounds and he has shown the ability to both stuff the run and get penetration. A stalwart on the Volunteers defense, Williams has really taken to Monte Kiffin’s scheme and as a result his draft stock is soaring. Last week against Ole Miss, Williams seemed to be involved in every play around the line of scrimmage, racking up 9 tackles including 2 for losses. For some reason Williams still isn’t getting a lot of attention nationally but pro scouts have definitely taken notice of his play. After entering the year as a mid-round possibility Williams is now considered to be one of the top senior prospects at his position and he has put himself in contention to be a second or third round pick next April.

Mr. Laz
11-20-2009, 10:07 AM
Don't know if anyone will see this since this thread is old, but I thought this fit here. NflDraftCountdown has a Hot List of Draft Risers and Draft Fallers. Here is #1 on that risers list...

http://www.draftcountdown.com/features/HotList/Hot-List.php

1. Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee
Going into his senior season Dan Williams carried a solid draftable grade but he was overshadowed by some other defensive tackles with higher profiles and more headlines. However, based on the way Williams is playing this year he will have the last laugh on Draft Day. Williams has very good size at 6’3 and 327 pounds and he has shown the ability to both stuff the run and get penetration. A stalwart on the Volunteers defense, Williams has really taken to Monte Kiffin’s scheme and as a result his draft stock is soaring. Last week against Ole Miss, Williams seemed to be involved in every play around the line of scrimmage, racking up 9 tackles including 2 for losses. For some reason Williams still isn’t getting a lot of attention nationally but pro scouts have definitely taken notice of his play. After entering the year as a mid-round possibility Williams is now considered to be one of the top senior prospects at his position and he has put himself in contention to be a second or third round pick next April.
not a good thing for us ... just as soon have him go unnoticed completely so he falls.

Chiefnj2
11-20-2009, 11:07 AM
not a good thing for us ... just as soon have him go unnoticed completely so he falls.

Yeah, NFL scouts aren't going to notice him unless a blogger writes about him.

philfree
11-20-2009, 12:19 PM
So right now we'd be picking 5th. I'd like for us to pick 1st or out of the top five where we might be able to trade down and get more picks in this years draft or next years draft. Also as I'm studying this draft and the Chiefs I have to really wonder if we wouldn't be better off trading Dorsey and drafting Suh. That would be if we can't trade down. I'm not down on Dorsey either I'm just looking at what would make our 3-4 D the best it can be. We could use the compensation for Dorsey to draft a NT, OT or an OLB/DE. If we traded Dorsey and Tarded down we could possibly have have 5 first day picks.

PhilFree:arrow:

Dicky McElephant
11-20-2009, 12:28 PM
So right now we'd be picking 5th. I'd like for us to pick 1st or out of the top five where we might be able to trade down and get more picks in this years draft or next years draft. Also as I'm studying this draft and the Chiefs I have to really wonder if we wouldn't be better off trading Dorsey and drafting Suh. That would be if we can't trade down. I'm not down on Dorsey either I'm just looking at what would make our 3-4 D the best it can be. We could use the compensation for Dorsey to draft a NT, OT or an OLB/DE. If we traded Dorsey and Tarded down we could possibly have have 5 first day picks.

PhilFree:arrow:

If we're picking 1st overall.....we're not trading down. No one in their right mind is going to trade up to the #1 pick.

Trading Dorsey would be monumentally stupid. The kid stepped into a position he has no business playing....and he's improving. Keep him there and use our 1st round pick to fill other needs.

If we drafted another 3-4 DE in the 1st round.....I'd go on a killing spree.

Mr. Laz
11-20-2009, 12:37 PM
Yeah, NFL scouts aren't going to notice him unless a blogger writes about him.
whatever smartass ... i was referring to the concept of Williams becoming a rising Draftee.

Dicky McElephant
11-20-2009, 12:38 PM
whatever smartass ... i was referring to the concept of Williams becoming a rising Draftee.

As long as he doesn't rise higher than a 3rd round pick.....I'm fine. I'd have no problem using a 3rd round pick on our NT.

Frankie
11-20-2009, 12:52 PM
Wrap this up and put a bow on it!
Hughes is a monster
Bookends at OT, Huge up grade at C
Dan Williams is highly underated and Tenn. has a great tradition for DT

Except we already had a Dan Williams in our D-line. Not great memories of it. ;)

philfree
11-20-2009, 01:52 PM
If we're picking 1st overall.....we're not trading down. No one in their right mind is going to trade up to the #1 pick.

Trading Dorsey would be monumentally stupid. The kid stepped into a position he has no business playing....and he's improving. Keep him there and use our 1st round pick to fill other needs.

If we drafted another 3-4 DE in the 1st round.....I'd go on a killing spree.

I never said we would trade the 1st overall if that's where we end up. If we can get out of the top 5 though we may be able to find a trade partner. Now Dorsey has improved and is doing an alright job. But what if Suh can be dominate? That'd be better wouldn't it? I'm not stuck on the idea though it's more like I'm looking at different options.

PhilFree:arrow: