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Old 10-14-2016, 10:55 AM  
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****OFFICIAL Walterfootball.com Mock Draft Thread****

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17. Charles Harris, DE/OLB, Missouri

The Chiefs currently aren't getting any pressure on the quarterback. That's obviously because Justin Houston is out, but Dee Ford, starting in his place, has done nothing. Tamba Hali doesn't have much longer remaining as a pro, so the Chiefs will need to find a suitable replacement for him.


49. Anthony Walker, ILB, Northwestern

The Chiefs could spend a second-day selection on an inside linebacker, given that Derrick Johnson is nearing retirement.
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Old 11-03-2016, 08:57 PM   #46
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Takkarist McKinley, edge rusher, UCLA is making plays vs Colorado tonight. He's 6'2", 258lbs and gets around OTs real fast. Currently #34 on CBS big board.
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Old 11-03-2016, 11:49 PM   #47
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Takkarist McKinley, edge rusher, UCLA is making plays vs Colorado tonight. He's 6'2", 258lbs and gets around OTs real fast. Currently #34 on CBS big board.
The guy was a one man wrecking crew against a good Utah offensive line. They couldn't do anything to stop him other than having Joe Williams run the ball.

He impressed the shit out of me that game. He was everywhere.

Utah's Hunter Dimnick was also really good in that game, but Tak McKinley was other worldly.
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Old 01-12-2017, 11:56 AM   #48
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Updated with 4 rounds.

30. Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame

Andy Reid loves bolstering the trenches on both sides of the ball, and I don't think he'd be opposed to selecting a guard late in the first round this April. The interior of Kansas City's offensive line could be better, and Quinton Nelson is one of the better prospects remaining.

62. Tim Williams, DE/OLB, Alabama

Here we go. If you noticed Tim Williams missing in the first round, it's because I've decided to drop him to the end of the second frame. We've learned of some glaring off-the-field issues regarding Williams, so if you're searching for a comparison, think Randy Gregory's fall a couple of years ago. However, some team will take a shot on Williams because of his immense talent level, and Andy Reid has given second chances to players before.

94. Cameron Sutton, CB, Tennessee

Sean Smith's departure has been felt this year, particularly in the loss to the Buccaneers when Kansas City had no one to cover Mike Evans in Marcus Peters' absence. Terrance Mitchell has been great though, so if this continues, I'll change this pick.

125. Jake Butt, TE, Michigan

Andy Reid loves to utilize two-tight offenses, but he doesn't have much at the position outside of Travis Kelce.
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30. Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame

Andy Reid loves bolstering the trenches on both sides of the ball, and I don't think he'd be opposed to selecting a guard late in the first round this April. The interior of Kansas City's offensive line could be better, and Quinton Nelson is one of the better prospects remaining.

62. Tim Williams, DE/OLB, Alabama

Here we go. If you noticed Tim Williams missing in the first round, it's because I've decided to drop him to the end of the second frame. We've learned of some glaring off-the-field issues regarding Williams, so if you're searching for a comparison, think Randy Gregory's fall a couple of years ago. However, some team will take a shot on Williams because of his immense talent level, and Andy Reid has given second chances to players before.

94. Cameron Sutton, CB, Tennessee

Sean Smith's departure has been felt this year, particularly in the loss to the Buccaneers when Kansas City had no one to cover Mike Evans in Marcus Peters' absence. Terrance Mitchell has been great though, so if this continues, I'll change this pick.

125. Jake Butt, TE, Michigan

Andy Reid loves to utilize two-tight offenses, but he doesn't have much at the position outside of Travis Kelce.
**** tha......wait, I'd actually be thrilled with that draft.
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If we couldn't get a QB that draft would be amazing, but Everyone after rd 1 will go a round earlier
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Gimme Cunningham back in the first and I'm fine with this draft.

I'm not sure how excited I'd be to spend a 4th on Butt, though. The torn ACL in the orange bowl means he'll almost certainly miss his rookie year and doesn't speak terribly well towards his long-term durability.
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Gimme Cunningham back in the first and I'm fine with this draft.

I'm not sure how excited I'd be to spend a 4th on Butt, though. The torn ACL in the orange bowl means he'll almost certainly miss his rookie year and doesn't speak terribly well towards his long-term durability.
Nah, it appears to be a normal ACL tear. HGH him up.

In the 4th round, if we could get him and redshirt him a year, I'd be all for it.
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I'd take Butt in the 4th all day long.

He'll never be Kelce but he'd sure as hell be way better than O'Shaugnessy, Harris and Travis combined.

Butt at TE, Kelce on the outside or in the slot would be a nightmare matchup for defenses, especially with Hill on the outside.
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Gimme Cunningham back in the first and I'm fine with this draft.

I'm not sure how excited I'd be to spend a 4th on Butt, though. The torn ACL in the orange bowl means he'll almost certainly miss his rookie year and doesn't speak terribly well towards his long-term durability.
I think we could trade with the Lions and move up to 21 and take Cunningham. We've got comp picks to move if need be.
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Another year, another OL mocked to the Chiefs in the first. Same old, same old.
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Another year, another OL mocked to the Chiefs in the first. Same old, same old.
While this is true, there is a need at LG so if they go that direction, it would be hard to argue with them, depending on who's left on the board.
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I think butt could end up being a better traditional tight end than kelce, in terms of blocking etc.

They'd be an awesome pair.
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Another year, another OL mocked to the Chiefs in the first. Same old, same old.
For Reid's offenses to truly dominate, he needs great Guard play and OL play in general. I wouldn't hate it if we decided to bolster that position with a stud.
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Does anyone expect Nelson to be demonstrably better than Whitehair?

And while Whitehair was a good player for the Bears this year, he made ****-all of a difference. They're pretty much the absolute last spot on the field where I truly care about having an outstanding player.

The problem this year wasn't actually our starting LG - Ehinger played much better than I expected and definitely showed starter potential. And LDT has been a good player as well; not amazing but pretty good.

So who are you looking to bury? And you're willing to use a 1st rounder on the least important position on the field to do so.

Man, I just cannot get there at all. You don't use 1st round picks on interior line depth. That's the kind of dumb-ass argument that Direkshun kept trying to make when he wanted us to take Cameron Erving who, y'know, sucks. The upgrade from LDT or Ehinger to Nelson isn't going to be enough to justify that kind of draft capital, especially not in a draft that is absolutely loaded.

I see a shitload of guys falling into the mid-2nd that would be 1st rounders in a lot of years. This is a great draft. Taking a G is just a bad use of draft resources, IMO.
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