Originally Posted by saphojunkie
Here's my big question -
If Geno Smith isn't worth the #1 overall pick, what pick is he worth? 7? 10? 15?
At what point would the Chiefs look at the board and say, "He's our guy."
Because it seems to me that, if he isn't worth the #1 overall pick, then he isn't worth a first round pick period.
And since our 2nd rounder is basically a first, would they even take him there? What's the ****ing difference between getting him at 1 and getting him at #34? Either way, he is going to be your QB for the foreseeable future. Either way, you're probably not drafting a first round QB next year.
So why wouldn't you just take him at #1? I still can't believe there's a single player in this draft who is appreciably better than Geno Smith.
I just don't believe in Best Player Available. Or, rather, I believe it should be Most IMPACTFUL Player Available. The MIPA.
You cannot tell me there is a more impactful player than Geno Smith or Tyler Wilson - whoever is better - in this draft.
Star Lotuleilei will not give you more wins than Geno or Wilson. He won't. Period. Joeckel won't either. What, he's going to come in and allow ZERO sacks? Because that's the only way to improve on Albert's play this year.
It's just so ****ing infuriating. It makes no sense to have turned our backs on the QB position in this draft already.
Perhaps the Chiefs are being smart about this and not tipping their cap as to who they plan to take. This makes the #1 overall that much more valuable if somebody in the 2-4 spot are terrified you might take their guy.