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  1. Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge Cesar Ruiz, Center/Guard Patrick Queen, LB Oddball: Swift, RB
  2. This would be a solid draft for Kansas City.
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    I thought Watkins was gone. This gives Mahomes another receiving weapon which will make it harder for opposing Ds to scheme. I still believe the Chiefs need to bolster the O line in the draft. The dual benefit is protecting the most dangerous passer in the NFL and helping in the run game. The only thing that hurts Mahomes is lack of time. Solidify the interior line and good things will happen. I cringe when I see mocks where we draft running back with our 1st pick as I see this as a luxury pick, not a pick of need. On D we need a CB and LB. As always, can't wait for the draft and see how things pan out versus my projections.
  4. Nice draft for the Chiefs. Many would argue that Biadasz can be had in the 2nd round.
  5. Draft Tek Mock draft released today (3/24): 32: OG Netane Muti - Fresno State. 6'3" / 315 pounds 63 CB Bryce Hall - Virginia. 6'1" / 202 pounds 96 OL Yasir Durant - Missouri. 6'7" / 330 pounds 138 RB Ke'Shawn Vaughn - Vanderbilt. 5'10" / 214 pounds 177 ILB Mykal Walker - Fresno State. 6'3" / 230 pounds I know I'm in the minority, but love seeing O-line picks early. You give Mahomes protection and no defense in the NFL can stop his arm and accuracy. It also opens up the run game. The Chiefs are set for many years here. I've watched a bit of tape on Hall and he looks very fluid - still need to do more work. Overall would be a fan if the draft turned out like this.
  6. This move clears $3.2 million from the team's salary cap for the coming season. This puts the club at approximately $19.2 million worth of free space. It also places more emphasis on drafting an interior lineman in the upcoming draft.
  7. Fisher is serviceable. Bosa is a beast, and overall I thought Fisher did a nice job on him. Do we need to add a tackle in the draft - yea possibly. I wrote earlier that if Tyler Biadasz is available at pick 32 I would take him. He is a rock in pass protection and a mauler in the run game, and would make our entire offensive line better.
  8. I would draft Yetur Gross-Matos in a heartbeat. Watching tape of him shows he is a beast. Teamed with Clark with Jones et al up the middle - WOW! I see no chance he gets past the middle of the 1st round, but we can always dream.
  9. I would love to have a shot at center Tyler Biadasz out of Wisconsin. He is very solid in pass protection, and a downhill road-grader in the run game. He would snap to and protect Mahomes, and open holes in the run game. IOL are not sexy 1st round picks, but Biadasz would solidify (arguably) the best offense in the NFL for many years to come.
  10. When was the last time the Chiefs took an interior offensive lineman in the first 2 rounds of the draft? Rodney Hudson in the 2nd in 2011, yet we didn't pay him and he went to Oakland where he is a Pro bowler every year. Even Will Shields was drafted in the 3rd round in 1993. I'm sure I'm missing some, but my point is that without protection, even Mahomes in vulnerable. And there is no run game without good front line blocking. I was amazed watching Quenton Nelson block last night. Pair him with Anthony Castonzo and you can't miss. It's time to pony up and draft some offensive line help in the early rounds of the draft.
  11. Jacksonville claims they received an offer of 2 first round picks (2020 and 2021) for Ramsey, but turned it down because the team was a super bowl contender and they would be drafting at the bottom of the first round. Sounds embellished, and would be stupid to turn this down for a player that has stated he wants out. It also sounds like it could be the Chiefs if true.
  12. Wow. Assuming our O-line stays healthy, nobody is gong to stop this Chiefs offense this year. Now we just need the D to make some stops!
  13. Darron Lee was a former 1st round pick, #20 overall, and the second linebacker chosen in the 2016 draft. I mean this is a brilliant addition for a 2020 6th round draft pick on the last year of his rookie deal. He's coming to a re-vamped Chiefs D that I think is going to have a chip on its shoulder and play above expectations. They have the Chiefs O as an inspiration. There is virtually no downside in this signing. Can you guys say "2020 Super Bowl Champions the Kansas City Chiefs?"
  14. The prospect of Hill being gone is going to hurt the Chiefs ability to stretch opposing defenses. I'm of the opinion that given enough time, Mahomes can connect with any receiver on the field. I therefore believe the chiefs should draft a flexible offensive lineman like Dalton Risner. He's smart, athletic, and can pretty much play anywhere along the O line. A receiver is also a must tonight, and a corner would hopefully be in the mix as the 3rd draft pick.
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