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Kansas City Chiefs Draft Selection

Previous Selections:

Rams Sam Bradford

Lions-Nmdomkung Suh

Buccaneers-Gerald McCoy

Redskins-Russel Okung
The Redskins was the first selection that was actually even close at all. The rest have been run aways, but Clausen hung around with the Redskins for awhile, but ultimately their huge need to upgrade their OL ran out.

Up now is Kansas City Chiefs who last year drafted a prospect, Tyson Jackson, who had mid 1st round to early 2nd round grade.

What will they do this year?

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4 Responses to “Kansas City Chiefs Draft Selection”

  1. calchiefsfan says:

    They could actually do the same thing this year as they did last year. This time reaching for Dan Williams, a nose tackle, which is their #1 need. Though I hope they take Berry if he is available. I don’t think Haley/Pioli have any intention of taking an OT, it’s just a smoke screen. They will give Albert another year at LT because of his performance in the last 4 games of 2009.

  2. calchiefsfan says:

    By the way, you spell it Chiefs not Cheifs. Great gugaly mugaly.

  3. Jason C. says:

    I think this is where Haden or McClain goes but neither is an option

  4. I thought that too, Jason, but if you look at Scott Pioli’s history as a drafter he is very much into POSITIONAL Value above all else.

    Rarely does he draft a CB or a LB earlier than either the 4th or 5th round.

    He prefers older experienced CB’s and LB and late round gems at that position.

    I’d be willing to be a lot that neither happens.
    (I’m not sold Eric Berry will be the pick either)

    I think in this scenario it’d be Rusell Okung or Dez Bryant

    but you’re right I’ll try to add a few more options (not like it hurts anything) moving forward on the rest of the picks.

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