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View Poll Results: 2011 Draft Priorities: Pick Three
QB 40 18.96%
HB 1 0.47%
FB 1 0.47%
WR 174 82.46%
TE 0 0%
C 65 30.81%
OG 10 4.74%
OT 57 27.01%
ILB 31 14.69%
OLB 111 52.61%
NT 151 71.56%
DE 13 6.16%
S 0 0%
CB 1 0.47%
KR/PR 1 0.47%
K/P 2 0.95%
Gaz 2 0.95%
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Old 01-10-2011, 01:21 PM  
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2011 Draft Piorities: Pick Three

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I'd go with NT, WR, OLB....with OT and C "next." Backup/QOTF would be a late round target.

Pick three/four in the draft, and get the other two in FA.

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Old 01-10-2011, 01:24 PM   #2
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not real difficult

NT,WR,LB

honorable mention to OT

that said, we can use more talent pretty much everywhere
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Old 01-10-2011, 01:25 PM   #3
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I will see we don't need a NT as bad as people think. Maybe in the third. I havn't seen stats but our run D looked pretty good all year. We need OLB in the first, WR in FA or the second. And then we need a C/RT. Games are won up front and we have a few positions that can be upgraded to help us out.

I am still not sold on Cassel. The first half of the year he sucked, then he had a few games where he actually stepped up in the pocket and threw the ball, then the past few weeks hes but awful. Not like the first 8 games, like he is confident in what he is doing, but isn't doing it right.

Our biggest need is an OLB in my opinion, Vrable is done, too slow.
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Old 01-10-2011, 01:26 PM   #4
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Damn, screwed up my own vote....meant to pick NT over OT. OT, as Laz says would be 4th.
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NT, C and WR. The Chiefs are soft in the middle of both lines.
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Everything up the middle; C, NT, ILB

Get a proven WR in FA.
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NT, C and WR. The Chiefs are soft in the middle of both lines.
Yeah, C needs addressed soon. If not in FA, maybe in the 4th-6th round....depending on value available.
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NT, C and WR. The Chiefs are soft in the middle of both lines.
I am going to write an unnecessarily wordy sentence to show the rest of the CP community that I agree with this post, since we will almost assuredly not be selecting a QB, early in the draft, anytime soon.
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Everything up the middle; C, NT, ILB

Get a proven WR in FA.
I could settle for this.
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Everything up the middle; C, NT, ILB

Get a proven WR in FA.
This looks to be one of the deepest WR drafts in years. Why would we look to FA to fill the spot?
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I am going to write an unnecessarily wordy sentence to show the rest of the CP community that I agree with this post, since we will almost assuredly not be selecting a QB, early in the draft, anytime soon.
This post is in line with my thinking as well.
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This looks to be one of the deepest WR drafts in years. Why would we look to FA to fill the spot?
I understand your point....but WR are among those whose NFL success is hardest to predict.
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Depending on which WRs drop to our pick in round 1, it could very easily be that the best choice at this point will be a center, and this would be absolutely fine.

Improve this position and our line will look MUCH better.
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NT, WR, C.
I would take these two in 1-2 and wouldn't complain.
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2)Jerrel powe

I think if Powe is there in the second it's a no brainer.
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Depending on which WRs drop to our pick in round 1, it could very easily be that the best choice at this point will be a center, and this would be absolutely fine.

Improve this position and our line will look MUCH better.
I can agree with that, but then we better address C and NT in the next two-three rounds...and hope an OLB falls to us later.
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