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Sac's 2015 Chiefs Mock Draft - 3/4 Season Update

Let's go over the Cheif's statistics through Week 12:

Defensively:
#9 Total
#1 Passing Yards Allowed
#30 Rushing Yards Allowed (though, oddly, have only given up 2 TD's on the ground)
#4 Points Allowed (or not allowed...)

Offensively:
#28 Yards Per Game
#7 Rushing Yard Per Game
#31 Passing Yards Per Game

The defensive stats are pretty on par with what we've seen. Sutton has employed a lot of quasi-nickle packages early and often, resulting in increased rushing yards, but stiffens up in the red zone when the base set is employed more. The lack of Derrick Johnson, Eric Berry and Mike DeVito has exacerbated the rushing numbers as all three are very good to superb (both Berry and Johnson were arguably the best at their positions in the entire NFL and DeVito has always been regarded as one of the best five tech run defenders in the league) in defending the run. Tragically, the Chiefs could lose all three players forever due to the nature of the injuries/illness that they suffered. Those are not easy guys to replace.

Offensively, we all know what the problems are: Shit offensive line outside of Rod Hudson and absolutely zero talent at the WR position. Smith runs a very good ball control offense with his accuracy and quick release and our running backs/fullbacks are perhaps the best in the league. Tight ends are very good, though we looked a lot better with Harris in the lineup running three TE sets to help alleviate the problems on the OL. With a ball control type of offensive plan, it starts in the trenches. I know people don't like hearing that, but that's what it is.

As such, this is how I draft for the future:


1. Danny Shelton, NT; Washington: 6'2", 340 lb.
- Shelton is the most dominant down defensive lineman in college football right now. 9 sacks to date, absolutely immovable at the point of the attack and takes on and devours double teams. Immensely strong, quick and smart. He's better at the same stage than Star Lotulelei. This would allow us to move Poe into DeVito's spot to take advantage of his other-world quickness off the line. Poe would wreck shit coming off the end, especially if he had a guy like Shelton anchoring the middle next to him.

There might be some viable WR's on the board here when the Chiefs pick, but they aren't as important or as good as establishing what could be the best defensive front in the NFL.




Previous picks: Eddie Goldman, DT; Florida State

2. Cody Prewitt, S; Ole Miss: 6’2”, 212 lbs.
-Prewitt was an absolute ball hawk for the Rebels in 2013 with six interceptions. He's continued that in 2014 where he's arguably the best FS in college. Prototype size with superb instincts. Love this guy. He won't be here on draft day, but I'm keeping this pick right here so I can dream a little dream.




Previous picks: Nate Orchard, LB; Utah: Benardrick McKinney, LB; Miss State

3. Stefon Diggs, WR; Maryland: 6'0", 195 lbs.
- Originally I had Diggs as the Chiefs pick in the first round. However, Diggs, while leading the Terrapins in receiving in 2014, has been suspended by the team for his part in the pre-game dust up against Penn State last weekend. Might be suspended even further by the conference for contact with a referee. Questions about his route running are out there as well. A pretty talented WR draft will push Diggs down into the second or third rounds. But make no mistake, Diggs can flat out play. Insanely fast and intense. He's the type of guy that can turn a field when the ball is in his hands. Former five star recruit and #2 rated prep WR.




3. Eric Kendricks, ILB; UCLA: 6'0", 230 lb.
- Undersized, but absolutely relentless. Hits with ferocity when he gets to the ball and has the athleticism to play sideline to sideline. Very smart and instinctive on the field. A very, very solid football player.




Previous pick: Rashard Greene, WR; Florida State

4. Jeff Heuerman, TE; Ohio State: 6'6", 255 lb.
- Big and athletic, Heuerman has been used inside as an in-line blocker, set as a typical TE and outside as a wideout for the Buckeyes this season. OSU states that he puts up 33 reps at 225 and has a 36.5" vertical. Economics major.



4. Sean Mannion, QB; Oregon State; 6'5", 220 lb.
- When you have extra picks, you select guys like this with some of them. Mannion has an NFL body, arm and understanding of the game. Has great touch on his passes, but can drive them when needed. Has set so many school and conference records that you can't list them all. Not incredibly mobile, but has a good feel for the pocket. Four year starter and three time team captain. This is the type of guy you groom to be a high level NFL starting QB.




Previous pick: Phillip Dorsett, WR; Miami

5. . John Miller, OG; Louisville: 6'2", 321 lbs.
- Second team All-Conference in 2013, Miller is a wide, fundamentally sound OL player who I've liked better so far this year than C Jake Smith, who I had in one of my earlier mocks. Really locks onto guys and gets into the second level quickly. He's a big dude with power. I absolutely love Miller as a potential high level NFL guard.

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While he may lack elite athleticism, Miller demonstrates intelligence, sound technique and toughness in the trenches with enough quickness in a short area to be a reliable pass-protector when asked to slide and mirror interior rushers, and his initial burst off the snap enables him to get to the 2nd level and target efficiently.
From a technical standpoint, Miller exhibits good bend in his lower half and is rarely overwhelmed as he keeps his feet moving, resets without wasted motion, and establishes good extension to keep defenders out of his frame. Another mid-round type of prospect who's durability and consistency could make him a terrific pro.


5. Wayne Lyons, CB; Stanford: 6’1”, 195 lbs.
- At this point in the draft, Lyons is about as good as it’s going to get for the position, and the Chiefs will likely be in the position of needing quality depth at the CB spot depending on how Cooper progresses and what type of player they have in Gaines. Lyons is an exceptionally smart player who was described as a "physical freak" by Stanford coach David Shaw. A sleeper with a lot of upside.



6. Jeff Luc, MLB; Cincinatti: 6’1”, 251 lbs.
- Former #1 Rated Prep Linebacker who committed to Florida State out of high school. They moved him over to OLB where he never got comfortable. Transferred to Cincinatti after his sophomore season and was moved back into the middle. For the 2014 season, he finally played up to his billing, leading the FBS in tackles to this point of the season. (18 tackles against Ohio State.)

If you could envision what a MLB would look like, Luc is that guy. Heavily muscled and ripped, huge arms and legs and plays with power. Flows well to the ball and is a fierce tackler.




Previous pick: Jake Smith, C/OG; Louisville (8-01-14)

6. Terrance Plummer, LB; Central Florida: 6’2”, 241 lbs.
- Very solid linebacker who has played both inside and outside for the Knights. Has excellent burst to the ball and is effective in all facets of both inside and outside linebacker responsibilities. A real warrior so far in the 2014 season.

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Senior linebacker Terrance Plummer poured his heart and soul into the Knights (3-2, 1-0) overtime victory Thursday night.

A career high of 17 tackles. A sack. A forced fumble. A fumble recovery. A 31-24 victory over BYU.




7. . Justin McCay, WR; Kansas: 6’2”, 210 lbs.
-McCay was, at one time, one of the most sought after WR recruits in the country. The five star prep originally committed to Oklahoma, but transferred to Kansas to potentially increase his draft stock under the tutelage of offensive guru Charlie Weiss. (Big ****ing mistake there.) Big, thick frame with very good athleticism. Due to KU’s inept passing game, his numbers have suffered, but he’s got good tools to work with.



Previous pick: Quinn Epperly, QB; Princeton

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Old 07-22-2014, 01:54 PM   #2
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He would be lucky as **** to get into the 2nd round. Last year was a train wreck for him. He showed up out of shape and had disciplinary issues. The injury saved him from a very underwhelming year.

He can wreck shit but his motivation and behavior are questionable.
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Old 07-22-2014, 03:51 PM   #3
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No QB until the 7th round? So Alex for a 3rd year of fail? Or are you hoping for the Bray show to take off in 2015?
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Old 07-22-2014, 06:53 PM   #4
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No QB until the 7th round? So Alex for a 3rd year of fail? Or are you hoping for the Bray show to take off in 2015?
I was thinking about Ohio State's Braxton Miller around the fifth, but felt that Epperly was actually the better QB and would be cheaper in the draft.

And I'm pretty sure that they'll sign Smith. They'd be really, really stupid if they didn't. He's a really solid QB that fits the system extremely well. They isn't a QB in the next draft that comes close to what he provides athletically, in intelligence and decision making on the field. The offense responds to him and he had a good year despite a really bad situation in terms of what he had to work with in a brand new system.

So, no, I am not about spending a high draft choice on a QB that won't be even close to what Smith gives you. You sign the guy and put some weapons around him. (Though they really didn't do that in 2014 when the chance was there.)
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Old 08-01-2014, 06:43 PM   #7
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Newly updated. Changed out Fields for McKinney. While Fields is a talent, I agree with KC Native in that he's a complete basket case that delves into the dangerous off the field.
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Watch us draft the Iowa OL in the first. That's a classic Chiefs pick.
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Watch us draft the Iowa OL in the first. That's a classic Chiefs pick.
It will come down to what information Dorsey gives to the Decision Lens people and what name is at the top of the list that the computer spits out that's still on the board when the Chiefs pick.

By the last two drafts, you can somewhat see the type of players they are looking for.
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95% chance we take an OL. Just wait and see
We need one to replace the one we got to replace the one we had.

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We need one to replace the one we got to replace the one we had.

Half of cp would rejoice if we went all OL.
What they really need is one solid offensive guard. Actually, I'd take two and have Jeff Allen be our offensive line swing guy. They could even take Kush and move him over to the right guard spot, but, for some reason, they haven't.

Reid likes power guys for the interior spots, and a guy like Tyrus Thompson fits the bill. He's not at the same level as a guy like Baylor's Cyril Richardson from last year (who really should have been our fourth round selection - no slight intended to DAT, but the hole at the OG position is much wider than the one we had at PR/KR), but he's got talent and size.

However, they could look at the position as a "BPA" type thing and go OL in the first. Someone like Florida State's Cameron Erving (who I really like) or LSU's La'el Collins (who has potential to be a complete stud at any of the guard or tackle positions, though I'd love to see him at LG for the Chiefs) would fit the bill in terms of just getting the most talented OL prospect in and shuffle the line accordingly.
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