|09-26-2013, 02:49 PM||Topic Starter|
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1. Chiefs finish 10-6, get a wild card slot, and visit the New England Patriots, where they lose.
2. The Chiefs have the 21st overall pick, and the 49ers have our 2nd rounder. We have the Cowboys' 7th rounder, however.
3. The Chiefs resign OT Branden Albert to a 5-year contract worth $55m. DE Tyson Jackson is resigned to a 3-year, $13m contract. S Kendrick Lewis is resigned to 2-year, $4m contract.
4. The Chiefs resign LS Thomas Gafford, ILB Akeem Jordan, OG Geoff Schwartz, NT Anthony Toribio, OLB Frank Zombo, S Husain Abdullah.
5. The Chiefs let walk: WR Dexter McCluster, OG Jon Asamoah, TE Sean McGrath
6. The Chiefs cut: QB Chase Daniel, CB Dunta Robinson
On we go.
1. QB Brett Hundley, UCLA
Young, athletic QB with experience in a pro-style system. With no Chase Daniel sucking up training camp reps, we can have Bray and Hundley go mano y mano in training camp for the #2 spot behind Alex Smith.
3. WR Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt
Matthews is a receiver who doesn't burn you with his deep speed, instead he's a very quick, intermediate receiver with great hands and a solid route runner to boot. He's a big YAC guy. In other words, perfect for Andy Reid.
4. CB Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech
Fuller drops a bit here, but he'd be a phenomenal midround talent to back up Flowers and Smith. More in the vein of Smith than he is Flowers, he is a very skilled corner who has had a handful of games that flashed such great coverage ability, we're flirting with the next Asante Samuel here with good coaching.
5. RB Damian Williams, Oklahoma
A solid, but unspectacular runner for the Sooner offense, Williams is a pro-ready runner with a surprisingly mature ability to set up the block.
6. OL Tyler Moore, Florida
A big, physical right tackle who could (and should) move inside to guard, this is a great get in the later rounds if bigger is truly better in the Andy Reid scheme.
7. TE Kaneakua Friel, BYU
Going with Andy Reid's history of liking WAC players here, but Friel is mostly an unspectacular receiver but solid blocker. Reid's offense can make even mediocre tight ends look passable as receivers, just so long as they can block well (see: Sean McGrath).
7. CB Ciante Evans, Nebraska
I've watched some Cornhuskers this season, and Evans looks like he has the ability to shut down all but the most talented receivers. The problem is, those talented receivers have really beaten Evans to a pulp. With a good showing in size/speed in the Combine, teams could find a lot to salvage in Evans' skillset.
Last edited by Direckshun; 09-26-2013 at 03:02 PM..