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Old 10-16-2012, 11:46 AM  
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I saw this Mock draft over at http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft and thought some of you might like to see it.

Mock Draft
Rob Rang - 10/11/2012
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1. Geno Smith, QB
6-3, 220, West Virginia
2. Johnathan Hankins, DT
6-3, 320, Ohio State
3. Jarvis Jones, OLB
6-2, 242, Georgia
4. Star Lotulelei, DT
6-3, 320, Utah
5. Luke Joeckel, OT
6-6, 310, Texas A&M



This is just a tease though. The Chiefs will probably go on a 6 game win streak to finish the season dropping them down a few spots.
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:05 AM   #91
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Charlie Campbell from WF.com posted his 3 round mock draft today.

2. Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
The Chiefs are a disgrace. Kansas City needs to clean house in the front office. Scott Pioli has had years to address the quarterback position, but has failed to land a good starter or capable backup. That has to change this offseason and Geno Smith would be a good place to start. He has completed 75.3 percent of his passes this season for 2,271 yards, 25 touchdowns and zero interceptions.

The 6-foot-3, 214-pounder has an excellent skill set. He is showing his intelligence and field vision by working through his progressions and looking off safeties. Smith has some natural accuracy with good arm strength to make all the throws. He can fire some fastballs into tight windows with phenomenal ball placement to hit receivers in stride.

Smith's plus mobility allows him to pick up first downs with his feet and bail out his offensive line. He will need to improve his footwork for the NFL. The senior needs to become more uniform with good feet to get in rhythm.

Smith had an excellent 2011 season for the Mountaineers, too. The junior completed 66 percent of his passes for 4,385 yards with 31 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also ran for 180 yards and two scores. The West Virginia signal-caller played his heart out against LSU's talented defense with 463 yards passing.

34. Eric Reid, S, LSU
Kansas City has to be worried about Eric Berry. He hasn't looked good this season coming back from his knee injury. Kendrick Lewis is a liability and the Chiefs could use more talent in the back end.

Reid (6-2, 208) has good size and is a hard hitter. He has good instincts that allow him to get in position to make plays.

The LSU secondary was filled with NFL talent last season, and Reid was integral member alongside Tyrann Mathieu, Morris Claiborne and Brandon Taylor. Reid totaled 65 tackles with two interceptions, two forced fumbles and three passes broken up as a sophomore in 2011.

The junior started this year with a mixed outing against North Texas. He had seven tackles, an interception and a pass broken up, but also was burned for two touchdowns. Reid needs to improve his pass-coverage skills. He looked bad defending the run against Florida, and as a result, his stock has slid.

Reid had a bounce-back performance, to a degree, against South Carolina, nabbing an interception, but he also was late in coverage for a big pass to the one-yard line. Reid has totaled 39 tackles, two interceptions and three passes broken up so far this season.

64. Micah Hyde, CB, Iowa

The Chiefs could use some depth in their secondary.

While teammate Shaun Prater was more well-known for the 2012 NFL Draft, Hyde was the better NFL prospect. He is bigger and faster, with a higher ceiling.

Hyde recorded 82 tackles with four interceptions and seven passes broken up as a sophomore in 2010. He had 68 tackles with three interceptions and seven passes broken up last year. Hyde has 40 tackles, six passes broken up, a forced fumble and 11 punts returned for a total of 67 yards this season. The 6-foot-1, 185-pounder has ideal size and some ball skills.
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:18 AM   #92
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I know talent is talent, but doesn't Eric Reid sound a bit like the product we already have in Eric Berry?

To make this pair work, we'd almost assuredly need to have Berry playing the FS spot. I know he can if he just stops over-thinking his play out there, but he still has me a bit worried.

**** me. Harrison Smith or Brandon Taylor would be so awesome to have right now.
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:19 AM   #93
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I know talent is talent, but doesn't Eric Reid sound a bit like the product we already have in Eric Berry?

To make this pair work, we'd almost assuredly need to have Berry playing the FS spot. I know he can if he just stops over-thinking his play out there, but he still has me a bit worried.

**** me. Harrison Smith or Brandon Taylor would be so awesome to have right now.
I'd rather have T.J. McDonald over Eric Reid....but what we should be doing is moving Berry to FS and finding an actual SS that can play the position.
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:24 AM   #94
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Charlie Campbell from WF.com posted his 3 round mock draft today.

2. Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
The Chiefs are a disgrace. Kansas City needs to clean house in the front office. Scott Pioli has had years to address the quarterback position, but has failed to land a good starter or capable backup. That has to change this offseason and Geno Smith would be a good place to start. He has completed 75.3 percent of his passes this season for 2,271 yards, 25 touchdowns and zero interceptions.

The 6-foot-3, 214-pounder has an excellent skill set. He is showing his intelligence and field vision by working through his progressions and looking off safeties. Smith has some natural accuracy with good arm strength to make all the throws. He can fire some fastballs into tight windows with phenomenal ball placement to hit receivers in stride.

Smith's plus mobility allows him to pick up first downs with his feet and bail out his offensive line. He will need to improve his footwork for the NFL. The senior needs to become more uniform with good feet to get in rhythm.

Smith had an excellent 2011 season for the Mountaineers, too. The junior completed 66 percent of his passes for 4,385 yards with 31 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also ran for 180 yards and two scores. The West Virginia signal-caller played his heart out against LSU's talented defense with 463 yards passing.

34. Eric Reid, S, LSU
Kansas City has to be worried about Eric Berry. He hasn't looked good this season coming back from his knee injury. Kendrick Lewis is a liability and the Chiefs could use more talent in the back end.

Reid (6-2, 208) has good size and is a hard hitter. He has good instincts that allow him to get in position to make plays.

The LSU secondary was filled with NFL talent last season, and Reid was integral member alongside Tyrann Mathieu, Morris Claiborne and Brandon Taylor. Reid totaled 65 tackles with two interceptions, two forced fumbles and three passes broken up as a sophomore in 2011.

The junior started this year with a mixed outing against North Texas. He had seven tackles, an interception and a pass broken up, but also was burned for two touchdowns. Reid needs to improve his pass-coverage skills. He looked bad defending the run against Florida, and as a result, his stock has slid.

Reid had a bounce-back performance, to a degree, against South Carolina, nabbing an interception, but he also was late in coverage for a big pass to the one-yard line. Reid has totaled 39 tackles, two interceptions and three passes broken up so far this season.

64. Micah Hyde, CB, Iowa

The Chiefs could use some depth in their secondary.

While teammate Shaun Prater was more well-known for the 2012 NFL Draft, Hyde was the better NFL prospect. He is bigger and faster, with a higher ceiling.

Hyde recorded 82 tackles with four interceptions and seven passes broken up as a sophomore in 2010. He had 68 tackles with three interceptions and seven passes broken up last year. Hyde has 40 tackles, six passes broken up, a forced fumble and 11 punts returned for a total of 67 yards this season. The 6-foot-1, 185-pounder has ideal size and some ball skills.
Holy shit would that be a good draft. A++.
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:39 AM   #95
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I know talent is talent, but doesn't Eric Reid sound a bit like the product we already have in Eric Berry?

To make this pair work, we'd almost assuredly need to have Berry playing the FS spot. I know he can if he just stops over-thinking his play out there, but he still has me a bit worried.

**** me. Harrison Smith or Brandon Taylor would be so awesome to have right now.
remember back when we took that turd McCluster

many wanted TJ Ward to pair with Berry. Same concept. And TJ Ward is the best SS in the league right now I think or at least top 3. TJ Ward and Berry, they would have made it work. Playmaking ability and hard hitters. Run defense is helped out big time and you just have one liability that is the deep pass.
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:43 AM   #96
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To make this pair work, we'd almost assuredly need to have Berry playing the FS spot. I know he can if he just stops over-thinking his play out there, but he still has me a bit worried.
When Berry was drafted I thought he should play FS and never wanted him at SS. It takes away his greatest strengths.

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what we should be doing is moving Berry to FS and finding an actual SS that can play the position.
Exactly.
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When Berry was drafted I thought he should play FS and never wanted him at SS. It takes away his greatest strengths.



Exactly.
We should have traded up last year and taken Barron. Berry at FS and Barron at SS. That's a 10 year safety combo.
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there was plenty of scenarios to take any other safety over the last 3 years

Nate Allen, TJ Ward, Mark Barron (who shit all over us last week), Harrison Smith, etc

the list goes on and on. And Pioli whiffed on them all
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Old 10-19-2012, 09:50 AM   #99
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what we should be doing is moving Berry to FS and finding an actual SS that can play the position.
Yep.

And for heaven's sake try to play Eric in zone as much as possible. Let him use his athleticism to patrol the field.

He's weak in man coverage up to this point.
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We should have traded up last year and taken Barron. Berry at FS and Barron at SS. That's a 10 year safety combo.
I would have been happy with Brandon Taylor. I even liked Antonio Allen.
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I would have been happy with Brandon Taylor. I even liked Antonio Allen.
My ideal draft (assuming Tannehill, Barron were gone) was Mercilus, Wolfe/Reyes, and Taylor. Funny how SD went almost the exact same.
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I wanted Ingram, Barron or Tannehill.
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Holy shit would that be a good draft. A++.
Wouldn't it though?
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