Home Mail MemberMap Chat (0) Wallpapers
Go Back   ChiefsPlanet > The Lounge > Draft Planet

Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 09-27-2013, 10:52 AM  
Dicky McElephant Dicky McElephant is offline
Smith sucks elephant trunk.
 
Dicky McElephant's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Nor-Cal
Casino cash: $20909
****OFFICIAL Walterfootball.com Mock Draft Thread****

I know some people around here hate Walter because of his hatred for everything Chief related......but I'll just put all of his mock drafts here. Both Walter and his other writer Charlie have been putting out their 2014 mock drafts. I'll update it when they update it....especially if something major changes.
Posts: 46,503
Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 10-04-2013, 11:47 AM   #16
saphojunkie saphojunkie is offline
MVP
 
saphojunkie's Avatar
 

Join Date: Aug 2011
Casino cash: $3624
The way this season is shaping up, it will appear that mocking the chiefs' draft pick will be next to impossible.

There are so many factors to consider:

1. Alex Smith's health. If he has a bad injury/concussion... do we pull the trigger on a guy like Mariota? I personally think the Eagles are going to take him. Love the way the guy has the athleticism to explode out of the pocket for a long run, but shows impressive patience waiting to find the pass option first.

2. The tight end position after Fasano and Kelce come back. Can these guys actually produce? Can one of them really make McGrath move back to his natural role as a backup? Can Kelce stay healthy and provide a mismatch?

3. Will another wide receiver consistently step up? Avery had a fantastic game vs. the eagles and then promptly followed it up with a complete shit fest of drops against the giants. Marquis Lee is a guy I could see going top ten or dropping.

4. Does Cooper actually play this well, or was that a fluke? If we lucked out and Cooper turns into a legitimate corner with size, it takes a tremendous amount of pressure off this franchise in the middle rounds.

I personally think this team will go after offensive playmakers in the early rounds next year. The second round pick is as good as gone at this point, so I'm thinking we look at a guy like Eric Ebon in the first, provided Watkins or Lee don't drop.
Posts: 6,529
saphojunkie has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.saphojunkie has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.saphojunkie has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.saphojunkie has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.saphojunkie has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.saphojunkie has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.saphojunkie has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.saphojunkie has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.saphojunkie has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.saphojunkie has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.saphojunkie has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.
  Reply With Quote
Old 10-22-2013, 05:47 PM   #17
Otter Otter is offline
holding a blood clot at birth
 
Otter's Avatar
 

Join Date: Sep 2000
Location: Durango, CO
Casino cash: $9922
Quote:
Originally Posted by Saccopoo View Post
There is not a chance in hell that Tuitt falls that far. No way, no how.

If Allen and Asamoah don't pull their heads out of their respective asses, I'll almost guarantee you that this guy will be strongly considered by the Chiefs with their first round pick:



Gabe Jackson is an absolute animal.
His left arm looks like a bulls rear leg.
__________________
The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not” - Thomas Jefferson, 1801.
Posts: 13,383
Otter has enough rep power to blowy ou to bits.Otter has enough rep power to blowy ou to bits.Otter has enough rep power to blowy ou to bits.Otter has enough rep power to blowy ou to bits.Otter has enough rep power to blowy ou to bits.Otter has enough rep power to blowy ou to bits.Otter has enough rep power to blowy ou to bits.Otter has enough rep power to blowy ou to bits.Otter has enough rep power to blowy ou to bits.Otter has enough rep power to blowy ou to bits.Otter has enough rep power to blowy ou to bits.
  Reply With Quote
Old 10-23-2013, 12:06 PM   #18
Dicky McElephant Dicky McElephant is offline
Smith sucks elephant trunk.
 
Dicky McElephant's Avatar
 

Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Nor-Cal
Casino cash: $20909
Here's the latest. Keep in mind....he has us picking #32 because of our record....not because he thinks we'll win the SB.

But yeah....here you go.

#32 - Corey Robinson, OT, South Carolina
The Chiefs just spent the No. 1 overall pick on the disappointing Eric Fisher, but they'll need a bookend for him once Branden Albert moves on. If you don't think Kansas City would draft two consecutive offensive tackles with its first-round picks, well, remember who's making the decisions now.

#96 - Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin
The Chiefs need another outside receiver to start across from Dwayne Bowe.
Posts: 46,503
Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 10-23-2013, 01:26 PM   #19
KC_Lee KC_Lee is offline
Peace kills...
 
KC_Lee's Avatar
 

Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Madison, TN
Casino cash: $2790
Quote:
Originally Posted by Pestilence View Post
Here's the latest. Keep in mind....he has us picking #32 because of our record....not because he thinks we'll win the SB.

But yeah....here you go.

#32 - Corey Robinson, OT, South Carolina
The Chiefs just spent the No. 1 overall pick on the disappointing Eric Fisher, but they'll need a bookend for him once Branden Albert moves on. If you don't think Kansas City would draft two consecutive offensive tackles with its first-round picks, well, remember who's making the decisions now.
__________________
“There is no absolute knowledge. And those who claim it, whether they are scientists or dogmatists, open the door to tragedy.” - Jacob Bronowski, The Ascent of Man
Posts: 2,790
KC_Lee wants to die in a aids tree fire.KC_Lee wants to die in a aids tree fire.KC_Lee wants to die in a aids tree fire.KC_Lee wants to die in a aids tree fire.KC_Lee wants to die in a aids tree fire.KC_Lee wants to die in a aids tree fire.KC_Lee wants to die in a aids tree fire.KC_Lee wants to die in a aids tree fire.KC_Lee wants to die in a aids tree fire.KC_Lee wants to die in a aids tree fire.KC_Lee wants to die in a aids tree fire.
  Reply With Quote
Old 10-23-2013, 02:22 PM   #20
SNR SNR is offline
POE = MOTHER****ING COELACANTH
 
SNR's Avatar
 

Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: Where the hell is SNR
Casino cash: $23403
Quote:
Originally Posted by Pestilence View Post
Here's the latest. Keep in mind....he has us picking #32 because of our record....not because he thinks we'll win the SB.

But yeah....here you go.

#32 - Corey Robinson, OT, South Carolina
The Chiefs just spent the No. 1 overall pick on the disappointing Eric Fisher, but they'll need a bookend for him once Branden Albert moves on. If you don't think Kansas City would draft two consecutive offensive tackles with its first-round picks, well, remember who's making the decisions now.

#96 - Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin
The Chiefs need another outside receiver to start across from Dwayne Bowe.
Abbrederis is either going to turn into another Greg Jennings/Wes Welker type of receiver and kick ass, or he's going to be kind of poopy.

My guess is poopy. He doesn't have the talent or ability of his Wisconsin teammate Nick Toon, who just got drafted last year.

We're better off with Bowe and Avery plus Hemingway/McCluster/Jenkins/whatever other slapdick than trying to make Abbrederis work.
Posts: 58,092
SNR is obviously part of the inner Circle.SNR is obviously part of the inner Circle.SNR is obviously part of the inner Circle.SNR is obviously part of the inner Circle.SNR is obviously part of the inner Circle.SNR is obviously part of the inner Circle.SNR is obviously part of the inner Circle.SNR is obviously part of the inner Circle.SNR is obviously part of the inner Circle.SNR is obviously part of the inner Circle.SNR is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 10-26-2013, 07:30 AM   #21
ILChief ILChief is offline
MVP
 
ILChief's Avatar
 

Join Date: Jan 2001
Casino cash: $13740
Quote:
Originally Posted by saphojunkie View Post
The way this season is shaping up, it will appear that mocking the chiefs' draft pick will be next to impossible.

There are so many factors to consider:

1. Alex Smith's health. If he has a bad injury/concussion... do we pull the trigger on a guy like Mariota? I personally think the Eagles are going to take him. Love the way the guy has the athleticism to explode out of the pocket for a long run, but shows impressive patience waiting to find the pass option first.

2. The tight end position after Fasano and Kelce come back. Can these guys actually produce? Can one of them really make McGrath move back to his natural role as a backup? Can Kelce stay healthy and provide a mismatch?

3. Will another wide receiver consistently step up? Avery had a fantastic game vs. the eagles and then promptly followed it up with a complete shit fest of drops against the giants. Marquis Lee is a guy I could see going top ten or dropping.

4. Does Cooper actually play this well, or was that a fluke? If we lucked out and Cooper turns into a legitimate corner with size, it takes a tremendous amount of pressure off this franchise in the middle rounds.

I personally think this team will go after offensive playmakers in the early rounds next year. The second round pick is as good as gone at this point, so I'm thinking we look at a guy like Eric Ebon in the first, provided Watkins or Lee don't drop.

If Mariotta comes out he will be a top five pick. If you're looking for QBs for us it would be Carr, mccarron, or possibly johnny d-bag
Posts: 7,260
ILChief 's adopt a chief was Sabby PiscitelliILChief 's adopt a chief was Sabby PiscitelliILChief 's adopt a chief was Sabby PiscitelliILChief 's adopt a chief was Sabby PiscitelliILChief 's adopt a chief was Sabby PiscitelliILChief 's adopt a chief was Sabby PiscitelliILChief 's adopt a chief was Sabby PiscitelliILChief 's adopt a chief was Sabby PiscitelliILChief 's adopt a chief was Sabby PiscitelliILChief 's adopt a chief was Sabby PiscitelliILChief 's adopt a chief was Sabby Piscitelli
  Reply With Quote
Old 11-08-2013, 11:24 AM   #22
Dicky McElephant Dicky McElephant is offline
Smith sucks elephant trunk.
 
Dicky McElephant's Avatar
 

Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Nor-Cal
Casino cash: $20909
Two mock drafts.

Quote:
#32 - Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers
Dwayne Bowe has been a disappointment in Andy Reid's offense. Kansas City could use more talent at receiver for Alex Smith.

Coleman (6-6, 220) is a massive receiver who looks like a tight end. He has been very consistent for Rutgers and has produced while playing in a running offense. The junior led the Scarlet Knights with 43 receptions for 718 yards and 10 touchdowns last season. Coleman led Rutgers with 663 receiving yards on 39 receptions with 10 touchdowns in 2011, too.

The biggest question about Coleman is if he has enough speed for the NFL. The senior started out this season with nine receptions for 94 yards and two touchdowns against Fresno State. He has 22 receptions for 326 yards with two touchdown receptions thus far in 2013. Coleman looks like he is still trying to regain his speed following offseason knee surgery.

#96. A.J. McCarron, QB, Alabama

Andy Reid likes to draft quarterbacks and it makes sense for Kansas City to have another young backup to develop with Tyler Bray.

McCarron has benefitted from an elite offensive line and running game throughout his time as a starter. He has only had to make a handful of throws per game in order to contribute to wins for Alabama, even against good opponents. In most games, the Crimson Tide hasn't needed him to do anything other than hand the ball off.

In 2013, McCarron has completed 69 percent of his passes this season for 1,862 yards with 16 touchdowns and three interceptions. He didn't play well against Virginia Tech or Ole Miss, but tore up a weak Texas A&M secondary.

McCarron completed 67 percent of his passes for 2,933 yards with 30 touchdowns and three interceptions in 2012. The junior had great looks to throw the ball because of Alabama's running game and star-studded offensive line. He connected on 67 percent of his passes for 2,634 yards with 16 touchdowns and five interceptions in 2011.

Perhaps the Crimson Tide will let McCarron throw the ball more as a senior. He had only 314 attempts last year for an average of 22 per game. Teddy Bridgewater (419), Johnny Manziel (434), Tajh Boyd (427), David Fales (451) and Logan Thomas (429) all received a lot more experience throwing against pass coverage and pass rushes.
Quote:

#32. Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee

The Chiefs just spent the No. 1 overall pick on the disappointing Eric Fisher, but they'll need a bookend for him once Branden Albert moves on. If you don't think Kansas City would draft two consecutive offensive tackles with its first-round picks, well, remember who's making the decisions now.

#96. Jarvis Landry, WR, LSU

The Chiefs need another outside receiver to start across from Dwayne Bowe.
Posts: 46,503
Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 11-08-2013, 12:59 PM   #23
Bowser Bowser is offline
Eff an A, Cotton!!
 
Bowser's Avatar
 

Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: In Transition
Casino cash: $9068
Am I wrong to get a "meh" feel from both of those mocks? I'll admit Jarvis Landry seems intriguing, but I don't have enough info about him to get fired up.

McCarron could be a great developmental guy, but we have one of those already...
Posts: 53,176
Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 11-08-2013, 01:02 PM   #24
Dicky McElephant Dicky McElephant is offline
Smith sucks elephant trunk.
 
Dicky McElephant's Avatar
 

Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Nor-Cal
Casino cash: $20909
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bowser View Post
Am I wrong to get a "meh" feel from both of those mocks? I'll admit Jarvis Landry seems intriguing, but I don't have enough info about him to get fired up.

McCarron could be a great developmental guy, but we have one of those already...
What I think is happening is what I like to call "Picking at #32" syndrome. When you repeatedly pick in the top 10.....it's easy to get enamored with picking a "game-changer" or "stud" at a certain position. #32 is murky water.
Posts: 46,503
Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.Dicky McElephant is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 11-08-2013, 01:05 PM   #25
keg in kc keg in kc is offline
oxymoron
 
keg in kc's Avatar
 

Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: OP/KC/Whatever
Casino cash: $11889
Quote:
#32. Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee
The Chiefs just spent the No. 1 overall pick on the disappointing Eric Fisher, but they'll need a bookend for him once Branden Albert moves on
Posts: 52,208
keg in kc is obviously part of the inner Circle.keg in kc is obviously part of the inner Circle.keg in kc is obviously part of the inner Circle.keg in kc is obviously part of the inner Circle.keg in kc is obviously part of the inner Circle.keg in kc is obviously part of the inner Circle.keg in kc is obviously part of the inner Circle.keg in kc is obviously part of the inner Circle.keg in kc is obviously part of the inner Circle.keg in kc is obviously part of the inner Circle.keg in kc is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 11-08-2013, 05:29 PM   #26
Sweet Daddy Hate Sweet Daddy Hate is offline
Banned
 

Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: ABQNM
Casino cash: $5000
Kansas City Chiefs: Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee
The Chiefs just spent the No. 1 overall pick on the disappointing Eric Fisher, but they'll need a bookend for him once Branden Albert moves on. If you don't think Kansas City would draft two consecutive offensive tackles with its first-round picks, well, remember who's making the decisions now.


1) My face: shoot me in it now.

2) Hopefully John Dorsey?
Posts: 18,397
Sweet Daddy Hate < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.Sweet Daddy Hate < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.Sweet Daddy Hate < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.Sweet Daddy Hate < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.Sweet Daddy Hate < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.Sweet Daddy Hate < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.Sweet Daddy Hate < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.Sweet Daddy Hate < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.Sweet Daddy Hate < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.Sweet Daddy Hate < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.Sweet Daddy Hate < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.
  Reply With Quote
Old 11-09-2013, 07:40 PM   #27
Saccopoo Saccopoo is offline
Know your role...
 
Saccopoo's Avatar
 

Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Zion
Casino cash: $10018
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sweet Daddy Hate View Post
Kansas City Chiefs: Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee
The Chiefs just spent the No. 1 overall pick on the disappointing Eric Fisher, but they'll need a bookend for him once Branden Albert moves on. If you don't think Kansas City would draft two consecutive offensive tackles with its first-round picks, well, remember who's making the decisions now.


1) My face: shoot me in it now.

2) Hopefully John Dorsey?
Don't get too worried about this. They'll be taking Jackson with their first rounder, who's literally a generational talent in a power scheme, and then take the OT in round three.

No way they take another tackle that early. It'll be a guard dood!
Posts: 10,926
Saccopoo has parlayed a career as a truck driver into debt free trailer and jon boat ownership.Saccopoo has parlayed a career as a truck driver into debt free trailer and jon boat ownership.Saccopoo has parlayed a career as a truck driver into debt free trailer and jon boat ownership.Saccopoo has parlayed a career as a truck driver into debt free trailer and jon boat ownership.Saccopoo has parlayed a career as a truck driver into debt free trailer and jon boat ownership.Saccopoo has parlayed a career as a truck driver into debt free trailer and jon boat ownership.Saccopoo has parlayed a career as a truck driver into debt free trailer and jon boat ownership.Saccopoo has parlayed a career as a truck driver into debt free trailer and jon boat ownership.Saccopoo has parlayed a career as a truck driver into debt free trailer and jon boat ownership.Saccopoo has parlayed a career as a truck driver into debt free trailer and jon boat ownership.Saccopoo has parlayed a career as a truck driver into debt free trailer and jon boat ownership.
  Reply With Quote
Old 11-09-2013, 07:53 PM   #28
Nightfyre Nightfyre is offline
MVP
 
Nightfyre's Avatar
 

Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Helena, MT
Casino cash: $1008520
Who would have thought that after the mockers finally got their wet dream of us drafting a tackle, that we would still be subject to mock drafts giving us a tackle with our first round pick? Goddammit. Every ****ing year.
Posts: 16,161
Nightfyre has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.Nightfyre has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.Nightfyre has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.Nightfyre has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.Nightfyre has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.Nightfyre has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.Nightfyre has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.Nightfyre has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.Nightfyre has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.Nightfyre has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.Nightfyre has an IQ even higher than Frankie's.
  Reply With Quote
Old 11-09-2013, 08:30 PM   #29
Bowser Bowser is offline
Eff an A, Cotton!!
 
Bowser's Avatar
 

Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: In Transition
Casino cash: $9068
We need help at wide receiver in the worst way, and if we're drafting in the 20's I think that drafting one should be seriously considered.
Posts: 53,176
Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.Bowser is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 11-09-2013, 08:41 PM   #30
jd1020 jd1020 is offline
MVP
 

Join Date: Nov 2010
Casino cash: $13415
Quote:
Originally Posted by Nightfyre View Post
Who would have thought that after the mockers finally got their wet dream of us drafting a tackle, that we would still be subject to mock drafts giving us a tackle with our first round pick? Goddammit. Every ****ing year.
Maybe they realize that KC has a fetish with doing it ass backwards.
Posts: 14,988
jd1020 wants to die in a aids tree fire.jd1020 wants to die in a aids tree fire.jd1020 wants to die in a aids tree fire.jd1020 wants to die in a aids tree fire.jd1020 wants to die in a aids tree fire.jd1020 wants to die in a aids tree fire.jd1020 wants to die in a aids tree fire.jd1020 wants to die in a aids tree fire.jd1020 wants to die in a aids tree fire.jd1020 wants to die in a aids tree fire.jd1020 wants to die in a aids tree fire.
  Reply With Quote
Reply

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On

Forum Jump




All times are GMT -6. The time now is 02:16 AM.


This is a test for a client's site.
A new website that shows member-created construction site listings that need fill or have excess fill. Dirt Monkey @ https://DirtMonkey.net
Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.0
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.