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Old 05-10-2014, 10:16 PM   Topic Starter
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The Chiefs had pressing needs after a rough free agency, and they still have massive questions on the offensive line and at wide receiver. Dee Ford is a nice long-term gamble, but should start his career as a part-time player. Third-round cornerback Phillip Gaines seems more like a developmental prospect. Fourth-round RB/WR/return/cornerback/football player De'Anthony Thomas is a wild card. This was a draft in which the Chiefs needed some instant-impact players, and it's hard to see them here.
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Old 05-10-2014, 10:18 PM   #2
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Not going to buy into it one bit, its easy to label the chiefs as losers when you only get 1 pick in the first 80 picks.
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Old 05-10-2014, 10:22 PM   #3
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Not going to buy into it one bit, its easy to label the chiefs as losers when you only get 1 pick in the first 80 picks.
Yep. It's simple math. Any draft where you're short as many picks as we were, it's going to be tough.

Personally, I thought they did well with what they had. I especially like the first 2 picks.
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Old 05-10-2014, 10:26 PM   #4
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It's fun to grade them now. It's up to the players coaches and GMs and scouts to prove everybody wrong or right.

I think that is the point of it?
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Old 05-10-2014, 10:19 PM   #5
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I say this every year....but how can you grade a draft immediately after its finished?

These things are pointless at this juncture.
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Old 05-10-2014, 10:20 PM   #6
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Yep... Less than 24 hours after the draft is over, let's make pointless evaluations about a bunch of players who haven't even visited their respective stadiums yet. The NFL Draft is the gift and the curse.
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Old 05-10-2014, 10:21 PM   #7
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I say this every year....but how can you grade a draft immediately after its finished?

These things are pointless at this juncture.
Agreed they haven't even played 1 down in preseason yet it's just stupid to grade them now
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Old 05-10-2014, 10:25 PM   #8
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I say this every year....but how can you grade a draft immediately after its finished?

These things are pointless at this juncture.
It's the instant gratification culture of the society we live in.
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Old 05-10-2014, 11:55 PM   #9
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I say this every year....but how can you grade a draft immediately after its finished?

These things are pointless at this juncture.
can you say the Chiefs are the losers of the 2013 draft yet? Or do you need another year of bad tackle play and the rest on the injury report not contributing to believe it?
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Old 05-11-2014, 12:01 AM   #10
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can you say the Chiefs are the losers of the 2013 draft yet? Or do you need another year of bad tackle play and the rest on the injury report not contributing to believe it?
Our defense was total $#it the last 6 weeks of the season.

The only difference this year will be a 3rd round CB that is a $#itty tackler and a rotational pass rusher.

Some people may think that's enough - I don't.

And what's worse is our free agent approach + ignoring it in the draft tells me we probably won't be adding much even with the cuts to come...
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can you say the Chiefs are the losers of the 2013 draft yet? Or do you need another year of bad tackle play and the rest on the injury report not contributing to believe it?
Is this a serious question? Do you honestly think you can write that draft off after 1 year?
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Is this a serious question? Do you honestly think you can write that draft off after 1 year?
if you wrote the 2009 draft off after year 1, you'd still be right even if you waited to write it off after year 5.

The timing of when you write a draft off doesn't matter. If they suck from day 1 they are going to suck in year 5. That's just the way the NFL is.
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if you wrote the 2009 draft off after 1, you'd still be right even if you wrote it off after year 5.

The timing of when you write a draft off doesn't matter. If they suck from day 1 they are going to suck in year 5. That's just the way the NFL is.
So because it worked in 2009, it always works. Yeah, no.
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can you say the Chiefs are the losers of the 2013 draft yet? Or do you need another year of bad tackle play and the rest on the injury report not contributing to believe it?
Every team lost 2013.
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can you say the Chiefs are the losers of the 2013 draft yet? Or do you need another year of bad tackle play and the rest on the injury report not contributing to believe it?
Did we need to give Peyton Manning a second year in the nfl before we were able to grade him or did we assume he was an average qb according to his rookie stats? Going from NCAA to NFL is a big learning curve no matter how good you are in college. To try and grade this or last years draft now is pretty moronic.
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