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Old 01-29-2009, 09:09 PM  
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If I was drafting for the Chiefs in '09...

...it would go something like this: (1., 2., etc. are based on an offensive leaning draft, and 1a., 2a., etc. would be my defensive minded draft.)

1. Mark Sanchez, QB; USC
- The Chiefs need a stud at quaterback and have to start drafting one right now. I’m convinced that Thigpen throws marshmallows, makes bad reads, “shows” his receiver reads far too easily and wouldn’t/couldn’t be named the starter on any major D1 team right now. Stafford will be in a Detroit hat by the time the pick, but they need the best QB available and Sanchez is the guy. No more screwing around at this position with has been FA’s or mediocre rookies.

1a. Aaron Curry, LB; WF
- The same thing that could be said about the Chiefs perrenial problems at QB could be said about their LB position. It’s been horrible of late. Johnson is the only decent player we have and he’s been inconsistent at best. They need a monster, a sure thing and Curry seems to be the consensus guy at the LB position in this draft.

2. Phil Loadholt, OT; OU
- Do we really want McIntosh manning the RT spot for another season? Loadholt is a mammoth that played exceptionally well at the LT spot for OU, and would likely translate into a very effective RT in the pros.

2a. Clint Sintim, OLB; UVA
- Tackling machine that has shown he can get to the quarterback (something the Chiefs desperately need). Would be a complete steal if he was here for the Chiefs at the top of the second round.

3. Paul Kruger, DE; Utah
- IMHO, the best defensive end in the draft. Was the best player on a Ute team that dismantled Alabama. Only a redshirt sophomore, and former HS AA at quarterback, Kruger has a massive upside. Motor that won’t quit, incredibly smart, and a knack for being around the ball/play everytime. If memory serves me correctly, he led or was near the top for tackles for a loss in D1 football.

3a. Rhett Bromar, QB; SHS
- Incredibly talented, but has shown a high degree of immaturity and/or bad decision making off the field. As far as quarterbacks go, probably is the best in the draft, but likely to fall because of those off the field issues. Liken him to a Randy Moss – is a team willing to take a chance on him and will that chance pay off? If the Chiefs go defense with their first pick rather than Sanchez, I’d love to see them roll the dice on this kid at the top of the third.

4. Kraig Urbik, OG; UW
- Massive road grader that would be a nice addition to the right side of the line if the Chiefs pick up a quality tackle (such as Loadholt) earlier on in the draft. It would be nice to see the Chiefs have a potent running game and pass protection from the right side of the line – something they haven’t seen since John Tait and Will Shields held down the strong side.

4a. Connor Barwin, DE; Cincy
- One year wonder at DE after switching from the offensive side of the ball for his senior season. Sacks, tackles, interceptions, blocked punts, et al. Weird how a mediocre tight end turns into a demon on defense overnight.

5. Scott McKillop, ILB; Pitt
- Insane amount of tackles and is always around the ball. Will probably be knocked for a lack of athleticism when compared to the top linebackers like Curry, Maualuga and Laurenitis, but you can’t teach instinct, and if memory serves me correctly, guys like Dino Hackett and Mike Maslowski weren’t the most athletic of guys but they got it done on the field. I’d just like a middle linebacker who actually ends up where the ball is after the last several seasons of farcical ineptitude in the middle of the Chiefs defense.

5a. Alex Boone, OT; OSU
- Best tackle available at this point if he’s still on the board. Ask Beanie Wells if he got some holes opened because of Boone.

6. Austin Collie, WR; BYU
- Great hands and good speed (one of those guys who runs even faster when he’s in pads than what he’ll time in a 40 yard dash). Led all D1 receivers in yardage while competing with BYU’s excellent TE Pitta for catches. Knows how to get open and will actually catch the ball once it’s thrown to him. (That would be a refreshing change from a Chief not named Gonzalez or Bowe.)

6a. Bradley Fletcher, CB; Iowa
- Big corner that would be a nice addition in dime and nickel formations.

7. Mortty Ivy, LB; WV
- I watched one West Virginia game this past year and this kid stood out from everyone else on the field. Really instinctive and really smooth in pads. Didn’t “fly” to the ball, but rather “flowed” to it and was in on every play. Seemed like he just played smarter than everyone else on the field.

7a. Chase Daniels, QB; MU
- If Daniels is still on the board in the seventh round, the Chiefs would be idiots if they didn’t grab him (and that hurts like hell being a Reesing fan/KU alum). Probably already better than any other QB on the Chiefs roster, he would make a great backup for years.

First FA signing: Louie Sakoda, K; Utah (I’m sick of inept kickers, and this guy makes everything, pressure or not. Probably won’t get drafted because he’s a bit on the small side, but from 50 yards and in, he’s automatic and totally clutch. Bonus - he’s maybe an even better punter than kicker and can actually throw a good pass on fakes.)
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Old 01-29-2009, 09:16 PM   #2
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I really dont want Loadholt at the top of the 2nd. I am pretty sure there are better players available at that point, if not there, definitely in FA with somebody like Khalif Barnes (currently LT, not so great there, better RT).
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Old 01-29-2009, 09:20 PM   #3
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Old 01-29-2009, 09:20 PM   #4
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I stopped reading when I saw chase daniels.

two reasons. who the **** is chase daniels? is he related to chase daniel? also: how is he worth a late round pick? if you're gonna pick a mizzou qb late, pick chase patton. he's not a midget.
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Old 01-29-2009, 09:26 PM   #5
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I stopped reading when I saw chase daniels.

two reasons. who the **** is chase daniels? is he related to chase daniel? also: how is he worth a late round pick? if you're gonna pick a mizzou qb late, pick chase patton. he's not a midget.
Why would he be related to Chase Daniel? One has an "s" on the end of their name.
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Old 01-29-2009, 09:27 PM   #6
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I like the defensive draft better, as I'm not 100% sold on Sanchez, because I bet he's no bigger than 6' 2", is skinny as a scarecrow and has only one year starting experience. Plus, I wouldn't mind giving Thigpen one more year to prove himself.

Also, I think Barwin, Collie, Fletcher and Krueger will go higher than you project. But if they fall, they will be great picksups for us.

Nonetheless, it's a nice job. I like the emphasis and high motor players, that will leave it all on the field.

Honestly, I can't say I could do any better, so cheers for the effort


P.S: I'd rather use a pick on the kicker (even after the Medlock fiasco) than Chase Daniel. So the kicker in round 7; Daniel as a UFA.
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Old 01-29-2009, 09:27 PM   #7
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...it would go something like this: (1., 2., etc. are based on an offensive leaning draft, and 1a., 2a., etc. would be my defensive minded draft.)

1. Mark Sanchez, QB; USC
- The Chiefs need a stud at quaterback and have to start drafting one right now. I’m convinced that Thigpen throws marshmallows, makes bad reads, “shows” his receiver reads far too easily and wouldn’t/couldn’t be named the starter on any major D1 team right now. Stafford will be in a Detroit hat by the time the pick, but they need the best QB available and Sanchez is the guy. No more screwing around at this position with has been FA’s or mediocre rookies.

2. Clint Sintim, OLB; UVA
- Tackling machine that has shown he can get to the quarterback (something the Chiefs desperately need). Would be a complete steal if he was here for the Chiefs at the top of the second round.

3. Paul Kruger, DE; Utah
- IMHO, the best defensive end in the draft. Was the best player on a Ute team that dismantled Alabama. Only a redshirt sophomore, and former HS AA at quarterback, Kruger has a massive upside. Motor that won’t quit, incredibly smart, and a knack for being around the ball/play everytime. If memory serves me correctly, he led or was near the top for tackles for a loss in D1 football.

4. Kraig Urbik, OG; UW
- Massive road grader that would be a nice addition to the right side of the line if the Chiefs pick up a quality tackle (such as Loadholt) earlier on in the draft. It would be nice to see the Chiefs have a potent running game and pass protection from the right side of the line – something they haven’t seen since John Tait and Will Shields held down the strong side.

5a. Alex Boone, OT; OSU
- Best tackle available at this point if he’s still on the board. Ask Beanie Wells if he got some holes opened because of Boone.

6. Austin Collie, WR; BYU
- Great hands and good speed (one of those guys who runs even faster when he’s in pads than what he’ll time in a 40 yard dash). Led all D1 receivers in yardage while competing with BYU’s excellent TE Pitta for catches. Knows how to get open and will actually catch the ball once it’s thrown to him. (That would be a refreshing change from a Chief not named Gonzalez or Bowe.)
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Old 01-29-2009, 09:28 PM   #8
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Too many of these guys will go way too early. Great list, though, save the last entry. If I were to pick Daniel, it would be to convert him to a strong safety.
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Old 01-29-2009, 09:30 PM   #9
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I stopped reading when I saw chase daniels.
So you read the whole post then, since he was my 7th round pick?

Daniel, Daniels...whatever. Like I'd actually take the time to read an MU roster. I heard he was okay for a moonpie eating hillybilly from Columbia.
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Old 01-29-2009, 09:32 PM   #10
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I don't think it gets much better than a Sanchez-Sintim combo in the first two rounds.
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That's going to be an amazing competition in camp with Sanchez, Bomar, and Daniel. My only question is why would you throw so much money away on the #3 overall pick when Chase will be starting anyway?
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I like the defensive draft better, as I'm not 100% sold on Sanchez, because I bet he's no bigger than 6' 2", is skinny as a scarecrow and has only one year starting experience. Plus, I wouldn't mind giving Thigpen one more year to prove himself.

Also, I think Barwin, Collie, Fletcher and Krueger will go higher than you project. But if they fall, they will be great picksups for us.

Nonetheless, it's a nice job. I like the emphasis and high motor players, that will leave it all on the field.

Honestly, I can't say I could do any better, so cheers for the effort


P.S: I'd rather use a pick on the kicker (even after the Medlock fiasco) than Chase Daniel. So the kicker in round 7; Daniel as a UFA.
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Old 01-29-2009, 09:40 PM   #13
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So you read the whole post then, since he was my 7th round pick?

Daniel, Daniels...whatever. Like I'd actually take the time to read an MU roster. I heard he was okay for a moonpie eating hillybilly from Columbia.
heh, it was a joke (stopped reading when........)

and *smack*... daniel is from texas, douche.
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So you read the whole post then, since he was my 7th round pick?

Daniel, Daniels...whatever. Like I'd actually take the time to read an MU roster. I heard he was okay for a moonpie eating hillybilly from Columbia.
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