Drafting offense wouldn't be bad. Does anyone really think that a defensive rookie 1st and 2nd round pick at 20 and 52(?) is the difference between making a Super Bowl run or not? The 2006 Chiefs are still a team that needs the offense to carry the defense.
A left OT might be the best move for several reasons. First, there will likely be a decent value pick at 20. Second, Roaf may not be back with the Chiefs in 2006. Third, even if Roaf comes back he's at that age where there is a good likelihood he's going to miss some games and we know what happened to the team in 2005 when that happened.
McNeil and Justice are probably the two best candidates. It would be great if the Chiefs could drop down a few spots and grab a 3rd or 4th round pick and still get the guy they feel is best. Then again, if Hali, Williams or Huff are around screw LOT in the first round.
"I always tell (the assistant coaches), 'Make it simple, 'cause I'm stupid,'" Edwards said. "This ain't computer football." Herm Edwards, 3-20-07
Q: Herm, back on December 25th you were asked if Trent Green was your starter going into next season and you said, ‘yeah, why wouldn’t he be?’ Have you changed your mind on that?
EDWARDS: No, I have not.”