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MacDouche's KC Mock Draft - 11/2

* was a GM mock draft I participated in.
* UFAs were kept on the 2014 roster
* traded Branden Albert to Miami for a 2014 2nd rd pick + a 2015 3rd rd pick

Kansas City Chiefs - 2014

With the #30 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft...
Kansas City Chiefs select...

OG - Gabe Jackson - Mississippi State

Not the sexy pick, but it looks to be the best one for the benefit of the Chiefs. Current LG Jeff Allen has been a dumpster-fire, and both QB and RB have been suffering for it. KC needs a stud with experience to step right in and have the most successful chance of starting.. and that's Gabe Jackson. His years of experience in the SEC and growth each year has been impressive. This guy can drive defenders out of their gaps to give Jamaal Charles the run freedom he has not been getting. He is an extremely large and strong man with great wingspan and balance... very hard to move or to get around. This selection also allows Geoff Schwartz to focus his competition on the RT spot. Since Fisher moved to his natural LT spot, Schwartz and young Stephenson will battle it out there for starter's rights. I am a big believer in improving in the trenches.. especially when it is clear that the offense is struggling there the most.

With the #49 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft...
Kansas City Chiefs select...

WR - Odell Beckham Jr. - Louisiana State

I would have been content selecting him at #30, in all honesty. I am surprised to not see him in the late 1st rd mocks more often, but it is still early. Beckham is an explosive WR that gets terrific separation from defenders, as they must respect his speed and acceleration. He has the natural ability to high-point and snag the tough ones, and he has ideal RAC talent after the catch. He excels at getting open on the intermediate/deep comeback and curl routes. It is no secret that the Chiefs are in need of offensive playmakers for Reid's WCO. Beckham provides a great target underneath and deep, and has also proven to be a dangerous K/P returner.

With the #94 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft...
Kansas City Chiefs select...

WR - Jarvis Landry - Louisiana State

After drafting his teammate, Odell Beckham Jr. in the previous round, the Chiefs go right back to the LSU well to add yet another offensive weapon. Jarvis Landry has been argued to have just as much talent as Beckham Jr. While I suspect that he doesn't have the 4.4 speed that Beckham Jr. has, Landry may have had the best hands in the NCAA, and his toughness over the middle is laudable. He can make insanely difficult catches look rather easy. KC will have plenty of offensive firepower to play with.

With the #126 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft...
Kansas City Chiefs select...

DE/OLB -- Za'Darius Smith -- Kentucky

While the Chiefs do have two high performing rush LBs in Tamba Hali and Justin Houston, they would benefit in adding a young pass rusher at the position that could potentially take over one day. Hali will be 31 years old by November 2014. Za'Darius Smith has emerged as a dangerous rusher, and has the size and strength to handle the run game as well. You will be hearing more about him in the coming months, if he is still an unknown to you. He is essentially a baby Hali that Hali can mentor, and DC Bob Sutton will have a fun time developing this young prospect.

With the #158 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft...
Kansas City Chiefs select...

DL -- George Uko -- Southern Cal

KC is loving this draft! Uko is a powerful man with quickness, and a nice arsenal of effective hand combat techniques. He plays the game with a passion and hunger to admire. He has a good anchor, and gets off the line quickly to attack the backfield. Uko will learn the NFL ropes from Tyson Jackson and DC Bob Sutton, as he provides quality depth and pushes Mike Catapano and Allen Bailey in year one.

With the #173 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft...
Kansas City Chiefs select...

NT -- Derrick Hopkins -- Virginia Tech

Dontari Poe is a young stud at NT, but the Chiefs want to create strong competition behind Poe, as well as insure that their depth is high quality. Hopkins is an intriguing DL with a nice blend of brute strength and athleticism. His 4 year production at VT shows his ability to penetrate gaps, and cause problems in the backfield.

Depth Chart/Roster _______ (currently 53 players on the 53)

QB: Alex Smith (7,500,000), Chase Daniel (3,400,000), Tyler Bray (495,000)
RB: Jamaal Charles (4,833,000), Knile Davis (646,504), Cyrus Gray (605,418)
FB: Anthony Sherman (645,000)

TE: Anthony Fasano (4,875,000), Travis Kelce (711,826), Sean McGrath (495,000)
WR: Dwayne Bowe (12,000,000), Jarvis Landry (650,000)
WR: Odell Beckham Jr. (750,000), A.J. Jenkins (1,021,594)
SL: Donnie Avery (2,850,000), Dexter McCluster (1,300,000)

LT: Eric Fisher (5,043,295)
LG: Gabe Jackson (1,133,000) vs Jeff Allen (1,266,497)
C: Rodney Hudson (1,115,577), Eric Kush (534,279)
RG: Jon Asamoah (3,308,986)
RT: Geoff Schwartz (2,208,556) vs Donald Stephenson (754,375)

LDE: Tyson Jackson (4,108,500), George Uko (650,000)
NT: Dontari Poe (3,087,274), Anthony Toribio (975,000)
RDE: Mike DeVito (4,900,000), Mike Catapano (517,281), Allen Bailey (808,986)

LOLB: Justin Houston (837,812), Frank Zombo (805,000)
LILB: Akeem Jordan, Nico Johnson (624,500)
RILB: Derrick Johnson (4,250,000), Larry Grant (950,000)
ROLB: Tamba Hali (11,500,000), Za'Darius Smith (575,000) , Dezman Moses (570,000)

LCB: Brandon Flowers (10,500,000)
RCB: Sean Smith (5,850,000), Dunta Robinson (5,300,000)
NCB: Marcus Cooper (495,000), Ron Parker (645,000)

SS: Eric Berry (11,619,700), Quintin Demps (1,100,000)
FS: Kendrick Lewis, Husain Abdullah (920,986), Sanders Commings (558,878)

Special Teams
K: Ryan Succop (2,708,750)
P: Dustin Colquitt (3,800,000)
LS: Thomas Gafford (800,500)
KR: Quintin Demps, Odell Beckham Jr, Knile Davis
PR: Dexter McCluster, Odell Beckham, Jr, A.J. Jenkins

Intended Practice Squad
OT / Dustin Waldron -- OG / Rishaw Johnson -- DL / Jay Howard -- WR / Junior Hemmingway -- NT / Derrick Hopkins --
LB / Nick Moody --
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