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  1. On the Clock

    Better. Savage at #63 is a bit of a reach. I wonder what you passed over. Still, much better. FanSpeak Steve/FS/Difficult 1: EDGE RASHAN GARY MICHIGAN 2: CB AMANI ORUWARIYE PENN STATE 3: C ELGTON JENKINS MISSISSIPPI STATE 4: TE DAWSON KNOX MISSISSIPPI J
  2. On the Clock

    That's dreadful. I can tell you used Drafttek. They are the only ones putting Oruwariye anywhere near round 1. Bradbury sin't awful but he's really round 3. If you want a WR, isn't Debo Samuel, Ridley, or even Emanual Hall still on the board? What about Jenkins, Cody Ford, Risner? Vosean Joseph or Gerald Willis? Of the 20 picks from 71-90 almost half are either DL or LB. Are you saying none of them dropped? Long-long arms. J
  3. On the Clock

    Double post
  4. Chiefs looking to add ... offense

    It's a great draft for interior OL. J
  5. 2019 Draft Mocks

    That's a computer program, not reality A computer won't scrap a plan if someone is unexpectedly available. Jacobs is a Top 10 pick. Only significant news would push him down that far. Wilson is less problematic, but he still figures to go half a round ahead of us. J
  6. On the Clock

    This is BR Matt/Fanspeak/Difficult 29: TE TJ HOCKENSON IOWA 61: C ELGTON JENKINS MISSISSIPPI STATE 63: S CHAUNCEY GARDNER-JOHNSON FLORIDA 92: LB GERMAINE PRATT NC STATE Fanspeak Steve/FS/Difficult 29: DL DREMONT JONES OHIO STATE 61: C GARRETT BRADBURY NC STATE 63: LB MACK WILSON ALABAMA 92: S DARNELL SAVAGE MARYLAND J
  7. 2019 Draft Mocks

    Any mock that starts with us getting Jabobs at #29 and Wilson at #61 is not serious. I can see either one sliding ten picks but both are sliding 15 +. J
  8. On the Clock

    Eric Berry is exactly my point. It takes a truly exceptional player for a safety to be worth a top-five pick. Berry is everything every team wants in a player--great physical makeup, great skills, great instincts, great work ethic, great leadership--yet he still lasted four picks to us. You can do this again with Luke Kuechly. He lasted to pick #9. DE or Edge rushers with those attributes go #1. CB and WR go #2 or #3 because someone reaches for a QB. Yes, the Chiefs need help in the secondary, though perhaps less than you think. They can find help in free agents much more easily at S than at CB. J
  9. On the Clock

    Safety is not a premium position, almost the opposite. Backfield help is a good idea but CB is much preferable to S in the first two rounds. J
  10. We need to trade up and draft Devin White

    Yikes. We saw with PM II what it costs to trade up that much. If he was still sitting there at #15, maybe. As KSJ says, we have already spent for our MLB. Even if he is another Like Kuechly he isn't worth it to us. I don't see him as LK II. J
  11. Chiefs looking to add ... offense

    In the theme of drafting two years ahead, I can see this. The team drafted extensively for defense during the last two years. Now we have Speaks, TK, Nnadi, Do'D, Watts all ready to take larger roles and all suited to a 4-3 scheme. Looking two years down the road, we may need to rebuild the OL. Drafting Kelce's eventual replacement and depth at RB are also good moves. For the late rounds, we have age at both FB and LS. J
  12. On the Clock

    This is probably worth its own thread. I am inclined to believe his sources. We have drafted extensively for defense in the last two drafts. Now we have TK, Nnadi, Do'D, Speaks, Watts positioned to take on bigger roles. J
  13. On the Clock

    CB is a premium position, so "Many good CB's are to be had later." is a fantasy. Like any position, value is important. Risner is not going to be a good value for us. It is not like he would be the difference between a Super Bowl team and missing the playoffs. J
  14. Eric Berry's Future

    The Chiefs are openly shopping Houston. That should be central to any discussion. J
  15. On the Clock

    Guys, please at least put your post onto one line per pick. It's too hard to read full length. Trading out of the first round is a good option unless there is a slider to grab. Trading up is more problematic. One thing the Patriots have proven over the last 15 years is that the talent in the second round is more consistently worth the pick. Risner, to be specific, is not worth a late first and a late second round player. Thornhill is only OK the 2nd. I would hate that draft. Using the 1st on the best CB and the two 2nds on a C and a S makes much more sense. J
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