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Old 02-18-2013, 12:33 PM  
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****Official **** You Mike Mayock Thread**** (OP UPDATED)

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The Kansas City Chiefs need a quarterback, but there aren't any this season that look like a top-ten talent, much less a No. 1 overall pick.

The way Mike Mayock sees it, the Chiefs should be looking to the offensive line for their first overall pick. And there are only four players worth the No. 1 overall pick in this draft for Kansas City: Alabama guard Chance Warmack, UNC guard Jonathan Cooper, Texas A&M tackle Luke Joekel, or Central Michigan tackle Eric Fisher.

Mayock said on a conference call Monday that some people will say he's crazy to potentially take a guard at No. 1 overall, but Mayock says Warmack is the best player in this draft. So he doesn't see it as crazy at all.

In the end, Mayock believes the pick could come down to Joekel or Warmack. This is a draft where the top-shelf players don't stand apart too much, and there may not be a huge difference between picks 5 and 25. That makes it a tricky spot for the Chiefs.

Don't be surprised if Kansas City builds from the inside out, and finds their quarterback of the future later.



He gives the Chiefs 4 options at #1 and they're all offensive lineman? Go **** yourself bro

@Jacobs71: Here is what Mayock said on #Chiefs pick in full "Well, part of it depends on what they're going to do with free agency and Branden Albert."

@Jacobs71: Mayock:"I think the answer to that, obviously, is going to give you the answer. Sitting where they are, let's face it, they need a QB."

@Jacobs71: Mayock:"We don't know that there are a lot of people who think Geno Smith is in that ballpark."

@Jacobs71: Mayock:"I don't, but there are a lot of people that think he should be considered."

@Jacobs71: Mayock:"When you look at what they're going to do, what are they going to do with Dwayne Bowe?"

@Jacobs71: Mayock:" Whoever the quarterback is, they need a wide receiver. And I think John Dorsey has to be thinking what is the big picture here?"

@Jacobs71: Mayock:"I've got one, and I've got 34. What is the best combination of getting the most value out of that?"

@Jacobs71: Mayock:"And I think that offensive lineman at 1 is the most solid guy they can go with."

@Jacobs71: Mayock:"I don't care whether it's Warmack or Joeckel. People will tell me I'm crazy that a guard can't go No. 1."

@Jacobs71: Mayock:"I think he's the best player in the draft, so I would argue that."


@Jacobs71: Mayock:" But either way, I think they've got to get an offensive lineman and come back at 33 and prepare to go with a QB or WR."

@Jacobs71: When I asked Mayock about who fits Reid's system at QB: " I think Matt Barkley makes a lot of sense."

@Jacobs71: Mayock:" He's a guy as a junior at USC looked so much different than he did this year."

@Jacobs71: Mayock:"With Landry Jones and Tyler Wilson, I think all three of those guys you have to go back and watch junior tape. "

@Jacobs71: Mayock:" So I think Barkley fits what he does. I think Ryan Nassib fits what he does."


@Jacobs71: Mayock:"I think Landry Jones and Tyler Wilson both can fit what he does."

@Jacobs71: Mayock:"So of those, that group of guys of the top seven, eight quarterbacks, I think those are the guys that did it most efficiently."

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Old 02-18-2013, 03:41 PM   #121
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2007 - Russell, Quinn, Kolb, Beck, Stanton, Edwards, Stanback, Rowe, Troy Smith, Jordan Palmer, Tyler Thigpen, Matt Moore (UDFA)
There are people here that think we should TRADE for Kolb.

That being said, Matt Moore turned out to be the best QB in that class and went undrafted.

Another example of the failure of NFL front offices to correctly identify talent.
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Old 02-18-2013, 03:43 PM   #122
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Put it this way...My opinion has taken a complete 180 on what the Chiefs should do at #1. I was in the QB or bust mentality from the get-go. The more I watch film on these quarterback prospects though, I can't with 100% certainty say I would be ridiculously upset if we ended up with Joeckel or Star and Dysert/Nassib, especially given that we have a coach that I have the utmost confidence in to develop his own quarterback.

Geno definitely sticks out to me in terms of the top talent at the QB position in this draft, but I've finally come to the conclusion that I'm not going to panic if they don't go QB at #1. That's just me, and I want a stud QB as bad as the next person.
Dysert is 2-3 years away from being ready to play.

Nassib is basically Andy Dalton, and while that's probably "above average" that will never be GREAT. We need to be shooting for GREAT.

Joeckel and Star would be absolute WASTES of the only #1 overall pick in franchise history. Outside of off the field things like Joe Delaney or Derrick Thomas dying, it would be the biggest tragedy in team history.
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Old 02-18-2013, 03:43 PM   #123
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Guess what? If the qb busts at #1 we'll be in the perfect position to draft another one next year.
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Old 02-18-2013, 03:44 PM   #124
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Guess what? If the qb busts at #1 we'll be in the perfect position to draft another one next year.
Sounds good to me.
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Old 02-18-2013, 03:45 PM   #125
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There are people here that think we should TRADE for Kolb.

That being said, Matt Moore turned out to be the best QB in that class and went undrafted.

Another example of the failure of NFL front offices to correctly identify talent.
Kolb was the most valuable, to which I credit Reid.
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Old 02-18-2013, 03:45 PM   #126
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Lets not get to outta control. Geno, Wilson, and Bark are good prospects. Thats about it.
Can't wait to see what Reid can do with a "good prospect" at quarterback.
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Old 02-18-2013, 03:47 PM   #127
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There are people here that think we should TRADE for Kolb.

That being said, Matt Moore turned out to be the best QB in that class and went undrafted.

Another example of the failure of NFL front offices to correctly identify talent.
I don't think it's necessarily identifying talent, so much of it has to do with scheme and how well these guys mature at the position AFTER college. There are so many unknowns. The draft is just as much a lottery as it is identifying talent.
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Old 02-18-2013, 03:47 PM   #128
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Kolb was the most valuable, to which I credit Reid.
Credit Reid for what?

He drafted the guy and then thought so much of him that he shipped him out for picks.

I'd give Reid A LOT more credit if Kolb was the starter in Philly. Of course, if that were the case, Reid would still be coaching there.
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Old 02-18-2013, 03:48 PM   #129
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We already have a left tackle that fits what Reid wants to do.

As evidenced by the fact that Reid tried to trade up to get him in the draft.
Maybe Reid wanted Albert at Guard in '08. What then?







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That being said, Matt Moore turned out to be the best QB in that class and went undrafted.

On ESPN, Jaws was really high on Moore. Everyone else was like "who?"
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Yes, Reid is great at developing his QB's. I also want him to use his developmental skills on the guy with the highest upside. IF that be Geno, Wilson, or Barkley fine.


But I don't see it being, a guy like Glennon etc.
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I don't think it's necessarily identifying talent, so much of it has to do with scheme and how well these guys mature at the position AFTER college. There are so many unknowns. The draft is just as much a lottery as it is identifying talent.
Then why not play the ticket with the most chances to win?

If the draft is a "lottery" why draft a "pick 3" with a 1 in 10 chance of winning a free ticket when you can draft a "pick 5" with a 1 in 1000 chance of winning, even though the top prize is $25000?

If the draft is a lottery, playing it safe is the WORST possible course of action.
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Sounds good to me.
And there's the difference between fans and GMs and coaches. They take a QB that busts, and it gets less and less likely they'll be around long enough to get it right. So they're more cautious than fans, for obvious reasons, and really want to get it right or not do it at all.
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Geno should have went to the Senior Bowl. If he did, he could have impressed and be our projected pick right now.
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Old 02-18-2013, 03:52 PM   #134
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Geno should have went to the Senior Bowl. If he did, he could have impressed and be our projected pick right now.
I'm not worried about that. In fact, as shitty as all the QB's played down there, he looks smart to not have gone.

He's going to throw at the combine. I expect he will help his cause susbstantially there.
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And there's the difference between fans and GMs and coaches. They take a QB that busts, and it gets less and less likely they'll be around long enough to get it right. So they're more cautious than fans, for obvious reasons, and really want to get it right or not do it at all.
And thats a problem.


Get it right or not do it at all can make you too "scared" for lack of better word, to make the right choice.
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