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Old 12-03-2008, 09:57 PM  
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Who we're drafting.

Who we're drafting according to some recent mocks. Explanations will be included if available.

Draft Empire:

3. Kansas City Chiefs (2-10) – Everett Brown, DE, Florida State

KC Chiefs Fanatic:

5. Michael Johnson, Defensive End, Georgia Tech

34. Brian Cushing, Linebacker, USC

New NFL Draft:

3. KC Chiefs: Colt McCoy, UT, QB

I had Stafford here for a week or so but I don’t believe he has been consistent enough to go this hi in the 2009 NFL Draft. I think if Colt leaves early than he will most likely be a top 5 draft pick with his arm and athleticism. Also I know that he said he isn’t leaving early but their have been crazier things that have happened…. If they win the National Championship I see him leaving early.

35. KC Chiefs: Brandon Spikes, ILB, FL

The Chiefs took Dorsey last year in the 2008 NFL Draft to plug up the middle. So with this pick they take another middle man in Spikes who I believe is a little under rated. I think if he has a good work out at the 2009 NFL Combine he could easily jump into the first round.

67. KC Chiefs: Derrick Williams, WR, PSU

99. Chiefs: Rafael Priest, CB, TCU


Draft Tek:

3. Kansas City, Matt Stafford, QB, Georgia

35. Kansas City, DJ Moore, CB, Vanderbilt

67. Kansas City, Matt Shaughnessy, DE, Wisconsin

99. Kansas City, Eric Wood, OC, Louisville

Draft 32:

3. Kansas City Chiefs: Michael Oher OT (Ole Miss)

Versitile lineman. Could play either guard or tackle at an NFL level. Would have been a top 15 pick if he declared last year.

NFL Draft Source:

5. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: REY MAUALUGA - USC - LB

The Chiefs have several needs for the upcoming offseason, but first and foremost, Kansas City needs to decide if Tyler Thigpen is their guy at quarterback. A month ago, I would have called you crazy if you told me that Thigpen would be a possibility for the future, but he has played impressively the past several weeks to deserve some consideration. Next, the Chiefs must look to their defense and two areas really stick out: a pass rusher and hard-nosed linebacker. Rey Maualuga is an intense competitor with terrific motor who only knows one speed. His instincts are questionable, but he has good range and is a very effective tackler against the run and in the open field.

36. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: BRANDON GRAHAM - MICHIGAN - DE

Kansas City is in desperate need for some kind of pass rush. Former first round pick Tamba Hali isn’t the problem because he is currently the only threat to get to the quarterback on that team. Brandon Graham is a stronger and more physical version of LaMarr Woodley who has double-digit sacks with the Steelers.

NE Patriots Draft:

2. Kansas City Chiefs: Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss

Big, strong, and athletic are three great things to be if you're a tackle in the NFL. Possesses great balance and employs leverage well in pass-protection.

34. Kansas City Chiefs: Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn St.

If he comes out, Maybin would be a force along the d-line. Any team that needs to get to the ball would love this guy.
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Old 12-03-2008, 09:59 PM   #2
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Some of these picks really frustrate me.
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Old 12-03-2008, 09:59 PM   #3
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Draft Tek had the best one up until the 3rd round pick. DJ Moore is going to be a stud CB.
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Old 12-03-2008, 10:00 PM   #4
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If anyone took Colt McCoy in the top 5 I'd feel bad for them.....and I'm a fan of Everette Brown but that's awfully high.
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Old 12-03-2008, 10:02 PM   #5
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I continue to be of the belief that our front seven needs to be our primary focus in this Draft.

The holes are too numerous to count, but we absolutely need a new crop of DEs to groom.
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Old 12-03-2008, 10:02 PM   #6
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Any mock that has the Chiefs taking a quarterback 1st seems pretty clueless unless they think a new head coach is coming in.
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Old 12-03-2008, 10:02 PM   #7
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If anyone took Colt McCoy in the top 5 I'd feel bad for them.....and I'm a fan of Everette Brown but that's awfully high.
Didn't McCoy already say he si going back to Texas for his senior season? unless I heard wrong
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Old 12-03-2008, 10:04 PM   #8
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Didn't McCoy already say he si going back to Texas for his senior season? unless I heard wrong
Most Texas players don't leave early but he did give his name to the NFL advisory committee.
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Old 12-03-2008, 10:04 PM   #9
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These people must be completely unfamiliar with the Chiefs
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Old 12-03-2008, 10:06 PM   #10
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These people must be completely unfamiliar with the Chiefs
Usually in the top 5 they expect you to take the best player...
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Old 12-03-2008, 10:08 PM   #11
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Usually in the top 5 they expect you to take the best player...
The only pick that makes any sense is Brian Cushing at 34.

But I honestly think some team will fall in love with his strength and body type and take him in the first.

Colt McCoy?

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Am I the only one here who's liking the prospect of Monroe/Oher/Smith the more I watch them?

I'm serious.

LT Monroe/Oher/Smith
LG Waters
C Niswanger
RG Albert
RT Taylor
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Albert is the left tackle.

Don't **** with him!
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Albert is the left tackle.

Don't **** with him!
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Am I the only one here who's liking the prospect of Monroe/Oher/Smith the more I watch them?

I'm serious.

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RT Taylor
Yuck.

Albert at right guard? When he's played so well at left tackle?

Taylor is not a prototypical right tackle and he's certainly not a road grader.

This would all but invalidate the Jared Allen trade as well. You don't take a ****ing right guard with the #15 overall pick.

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