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Old 01-24-2013, 12:24 AM  
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The Star's top 10: The best player in draft for Chiefs needs



The Star’s Top 10: The best players in draft for Chiefs’ needs
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January 23

As the Chiefs prepare to make the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft for the first time in franchise history, we’ve made our own draft board. Adam Teicher, The Star’s Chiefs reporter, has ranked the top 10 available players who fit the Chiefs’ most pressing needs. Not all are worthy of the No. 1 pick — the Chiefs may decide to trade down — but all are worth keeping an eye on before the draft starts April 25.

• 1. Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia: Chiefs have two Pro Bowlers at this position, so technically outside linebacker is not a need. But Tamba Hali will be 30 next season and it’s difficult to turn down a pass rusher.

• 2. Damontre Moore, OLB, Texas A&M: The same holds for Moore.

• 3. Luke Joeckel, T, Texas A&M: The Chiefs will need a left tackle if Branden Albert becomes a free agent.

• 4. Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia: Smith probably isn’t worthy of being the top pick, but the Chiefs have to solve their QB dilemma somehow.

• 5. Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama: After the fiasco with Stanford Routt, the Chiefs need a corner and Milliner is the best available.

• 6. Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee: Again, not worth the top pick. But a fast, 6-3 receiver will be difficult for the Chiefs to pass up.

• 7. Chance Warmack, G, Alabama: Guards aren’t valuable enough to pick with the top overall choice. But Warmack has a chance to be great.

• 8. Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah: The Chiefs will need a lineman if they lose Glenn Dorsey to free agency.

• 9. Mike Glennon, QB, North Carolina State: He makes sense for the Chiefs if they believe he can eventually become a franchise quarterback.

• 10. Alec Ogletree, ILB, Georgia: Inside linebackers aren’t that valuable, but the Chiefs need one to go along with Derrick Johnson.

Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/2013/01/23...#storylink=cpy
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Old 01-24-2013, 01:43 PM   #91
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Old 01-24-2013, 01:45 PM   #92
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So according to Banks, Smith isn't worth taking at No. 1 "for value," but he's OK three spots later at 4?

A QB-starved franchise shouldn't "reach" three spots for a player?

GTFO.
I can only guess they are writing this Jeockel crap because of the uncertain Albert situation. Whatever the case, even if we had nothing at LT, id still take a QB #1. Even if Joeckel is the next Orlando Pace combined with Anthony Muzoz, you still take a QB #1.
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Old 01-24-2013, 01:46 PM   #93
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I can only guess they are writing this Jeockel crap because of the uncertain Albert situation. Whatever the case, even if we had nothing at LT, id still take a QB #1.
Yeah, it's not like the Chiefs drafted two tackles last year or anything.
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Old 01-24-2013, 01:48 PM   #94
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I can only guess they are writing this Jeockel crap because of the uncertain Albert situation. Whatever the case, even if we had nothing at LT, id still take a QB #1.
You know...

A thought occurred to me, just now.

We talk about agents prompting the so-called "draft experts" to promote certain guys. What if the Chiefs front office is pushing the Joeckel talk behind the scenes as a negotiating tactic with Albert's agent?
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I can only guess they are writing this Jeockel crap because of the uncertain Albert situation. Whatever the case, even if we had nothing at LT, id still take a QB #1.
So as soon as we re-sign Albert, they'll quit it and go QB -- or they'll write, "Taking Joeckel allows the Chiefs to slide Albert inside to G, where he played in college."
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You know...

A thought occurred to me, just now.

We talk about agents prompting the so-called "draft experts" to promote certain guys. What if the Chiefs front office is pushing the Joeckel talk behind the scenes as a negotiating tactic with Albert's agent?
I'm kind of hoping that the new administration isn't that underhanded but that's probably naive.
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I'd like to kill the mother ****er who started all this Geno isn't worthy bullshit. He has all the stupid fake mockers and the dumbass true fans believing it.
I think when the combine is over, Geno will again be 'worthy' of #1 for any team with a need @QB. They may not put him as #1 prospect, but close enough a QB needy team like KC will have little negative feedback for taking Geno.
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Everyone trashes the Jarvis Jones pick and, sure we need a QB way more than a LB, but that guy stood out in every game I saw Georgia play. He single-handedly beat Mizzou and Florida.
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Everyone trashes the Jarvis Jones pick and, sure we need a QB way more than a LB, but that guy stood out in every game I saw Georgia play. He single-handedly beat Mizzou and Florida.
He has spinal stenosis, which means his career could be over at any moment.

Marcus McNeill was a potential top 10 pick and fell to the 2nd round because of it. He ended up only playing at a high level for about 4 years and by year 5, the Chargers had replaced him.
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He has spinal stenosis, which means his career could be over at any moment.

Marcus McNeill was a potential top 10 pick and fell to the 2nd round because of it. He ended up only playing at a high level for about 4 years and by year 5, the Chargers had replaced him.
Here's the counter agument...

Patrick Surtain had a similar problem and played a full career. (This is obviously not a way to approve of taking something other than a QB with our top choice)
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You would be disappointed.
Doubt it. They're on the QB bandwagon. And they rip apart people who mock us taking anyone that's not a QB.
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Here's the counter agument...

Patrick Surtain had a similar problem and played a full career. (This is obviously not a way to approve of taking something other than a QB with our top choice)
Well...I don't know that he actually played during entire his time here...at least I wouldn't call it that.
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Doubt it. They're on the QB bandwagon. And they rip apart people who mock us taking anyone that's not a QB.
Look at how this team responded to Kyle Orton level QBing...Geno is 10 times the player Orton could have ever been...so are at least 2 other qbs from this "undeserving class"

Think about that.
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Look at how this team responded to Kyle Orton level QBing...Geno is 10 times the player Orton could have ever been...so are at least 2 other qbs from this "undeserving class"

Think about that.
Hey, Luke Joeckel could be as good as Joe Thomas. Look at how well the Browns are doing since they draf....


Wait, nevermind.
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