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Old 04-29-2013, 04:26 PM  
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So who won the draft?

Normally there are 13 million threads discussing who had the best draft (almost never the Chiefs), but I can't seem to find any this year. I won't lie, I haven't read several of the draft threads, so maybe it is all buried in there.

But who do you all think had good/bad drafts?
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Old 04-30-2013, 07:58 AM   #61
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Rams raped the draft

Jets
Bills


I'd trade our drafts straight up for them, particularly rams and jets


but hey we got a game changing LT to replace the hole we don't have at LT, and didn't doing anything risky...

avoiding risk is the reason we've had such success over the years.../all chiefs fans
So you think the Rams made up for giving away the second pick of the 2012 draft? They took in a heap of picks from the Redskins. RGIII is big risk (injuries) but huge reward imo but he is only good if he can stay on the field.
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Old 04-30-2013, 07:59 AM   #62
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I hope so. I don't want to be a part of a fanbase that looks like the crowd at Talladega.
Tooooo Late, Have you been to a game lately?
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Old 04-30-2013, 08:01 AM   #63
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Aaaaaaand I stopped reading right there....
Why? He's the best QB from this draft. He didn't say best PLAYER.
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Old 04-30-2013, 08:05 AM   #64
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Tooooo Late, Have you been to a game lately?
2006 Baltimore. We got anally raped, and I vowed that I wouldn't be back until we got a franchise QB.

Sticking to my guns.
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Old 04-30-2013, 08:11 AM   #65
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I agree they do draft well, but their FO is not without it's problems. They were butt****ed from the cap and had to let a lot of good talent walk.
Exit aging Ed Reed and one dimensional Bernard Pollard, enter Michael Huff and Matt Elam. WIN!
Exit aging Ray Lewis, enter far cheaper and expected to be very solid ILB Arthur Brown. PUSH?
Exit overrated Paul Kruger, enter steal of the off season, and HUGE upgrade in Elvis Dumerville. WIN!!
Traded Anguan Bolden for a 6th, which they used to trade up and steal Arthur Brown. LOSS (slight one)

Other losses:
- CB Cary Williams
- LB Danelle Ellerbe
? LT Bryant McKinnie

Other additions:
+ DE Chris Canty
+ DE Marcus Spears
+ DL Brandon Williams (draft)
+ DE/OLB John Simon (draft)

Ravens have always been a team to have youngsters ready to step into starting roles, which they will need at CB and ILB, since it already appears the Rolando McClain project is a bomb, and possibly WR, as I do not see Jacoby Jones as an full time starter. However w/ Rice, Pierce, Smith, Pitta and Dickson, and Jones/Streeter to fill in WR2/3, I don't see a problem in the receiving corp.

Overall, I hardly see a team getting butthurt here.
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Old 04-30-2013, 08:28 AM   #66
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Potential backups with basically every pick?

Nico Johnson, Eric Fisher, Braden Wilson and Sanders Commings (pfft like Kendrick Lewis will beat him out) will all start and Kelce is gonna get a ton of playing time.

And how can you say that Kush and Catapano suck? You don't know anything about them. Reid said Kush was a sleeper in league circles and everyone was impressed with Catapano.

I'm not saying they are world beaters, but good God.
This imo is far closer to the truth than any anti true fan will ever admit. I'm in the camp that Kelce will beat out both Moeaki and Fasano for the majority of passing reps.

While wilson may very well be our starting FB, I would sure preferred something else.

Davis was the only true why TF would they do that pick for me. Why not take an edge tweener in DE/OLB Alex Okafor as well as ILB Niko Johnson with those 2 picks end of 3rd / beginning of 4th, and pick a RB later in the 6th instead of drafting a FB for cryin out loud? FBs should be UDFA, imo.

Anyway, I give KC a B- grade, for the late 3rd RB and failure to obtain a 2nd round pick fails, but plus grades for Fisher, Kelce, Johnson, and I'm kinda excited about the C Kush, really like what i've heard about him. Better pick late in the 3rd would offer a solid B and a better pass rush prospect than 7th round guy from the Ivy League might have gotten B+ grade. He may be a fine project (Catepano), but gotta believe we could have done better (e.g. Okafor).

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Old 04-30-2013, 09:07 AM   #67
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Chiefs

They basically drafted potential backups with every single pick.

Fisher isn't guaranteed to beat out either Albert or Stephenson.

Kelce is going to have to beat out Moeaki and Fasano.

Davis is definitely a backup and who knows if he can even beat out guys like Grey and Droughn for even rotational time.

Sanders Commings is third down guy who we took because Berry can't cover anybody.

Kush and Catapano? Who the **** are these guys? You're telling me that all the really good football players end up at U of Cal Pennsylvania and Princeton? Jesus...

Johnson is the only guy in this entire draft who has any starting potential at all outside of Fisher. A bunch of special teamers at best.

Kush is short for Cushman...
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Old 04-30-2013, 09:18 AM   #68
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Old 04-30-2013, 09:51 AM   #69
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And now this is exactly how the world views all Chiefs fans. Like it wasn't bad enough before this...... now we're the midwest US McKenzie brothers from Strange Brew..
They are paid actors.
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Old 04-30-2013, 10:48 AM   #70
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2006 Baltimore. We got anally raped, and I vowed that I wouldn't be back until we got a franchise QB.

Sticking to my guns.
Good for you. I am not going until they approach things differently either.
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The video has the NFL Network emblem in the corner, but God help us if that is from the last 10 years.
Well the girl behind the guy pumping his fist is taking a picture with her phone. So god help us.......
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Old 04-30-2013, 11:21 AM   #73
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I believe NFLN played that at the draft. I assumed it was the chiefs sponsored draft party
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Well the girl behind the guy pumping his fist is taking a picture with her phone. So god help us.......
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