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Chiefscrazy
04-18-2010, 09:30 PM
***Chiefs trade #5 to Eagles for #24, #55, #70 & #105***

I have been hearing that the Eagles desperately want to trade up for Berry & I doubt that all their draft picks will make their team anyway. So they work out a trade with us that allows them to get Berry & keep their high 2nd rounder, while allowing us to stock up on valuable low 2nd to high 4th rounders. I realize that this will not work out in our favor in the point value chart, but the value chart is outdated & nobody uses it anymore anyway. I believe this works out nicely for both teams. Here is how Philly's draft looks after the trade - #5, #37, #87, #121, #137, #200, #243 & #244...

***Chiefs trade DJ & #55 to the Saints for #32 & #239***

The Saints trade Brown & a 3rd to the Cowboys for # 27 allowing them to trade down for DJ, who will likely immediately become a successful starter in their ball-hawking Defense. The Chiefs develop a secret Man-crush on Gresham & do not think he will get past the Rams at #33, so they move up & snag him without losing any valuable extra draft picks.

***Chiefs Draft***

#24 DE/OLB Jerry Hughes (TCU)

Pouncy would have been a serious consideration here, but the Donkeys trade down several spots & snag him, making this man-beast a no brainer here.

#32 TE Germaine Gresham (Oklahoma)

While I will not say that Gresham will be our next Gonzo, he should make it a bit easier watching Tony finish his career w the dirty birds. Jermaine should step into our starting TE spot & provides a quality target for Cassel for years to come.

#36 WR Golden Tate (ND)

Out of Hughes, Gresham & Tate, Golden has the best shot at dropping to us at #36 IMO. Tate should win the starting slot spot right away & has the potential to be a solid #2 down the road, the fact that he can help out in the return game as well is a added bonus.

#50 NT Torrel Troup (Central Florida)

While this might be a bit high for Troup, I just can't see him dropping to our 3rd rounder because of the high demand & I have him as the 3rd best NT on my board.

#69 ILB Brandon Spikes (Florida)

Was a huge play-maker for the Gators despite the fact that he runs a ridiculously slow 40 in shorts. Provides us w the thumper type LB we need.

#70 ILB Jamar Chaney (Mississippi)

After just adding a thumper ILB we add a athletic play-making ILB who should be able to contribute on passing downs in coverage & blitzing etc. Chaney should complete what looks to be a solid & deep youthful LB core.

#102 OG Marshal Newhouse (TCU)

A big physical Guard that ran a 5.0 40, just might be the replacement at LG for Waters after he leaves in a year or two & provides solid depth at both Guard spots in the meantime.

#105 OC Eric Olson (ND)

Weis gets another one of his guy's, providing solid insurance & the probable future replacement behind Casey.

#136 DE Author Jones (Syracuse)

Not really a need at all, but he has 1st round talent & likely would have been drafted by the mid 2nd at worst before his injury. Pioli just can't pass on this value here & extra D-Line depth can never be a bad thing in Pioli's eyes.

#142 RB Joique Bell (Wayne St))

I still have a huge man-crush on this kid & he will be the probable replacement for Jones in the future.

#144 CB/FS Myron Lewis (Vanderbilt)

Big, fast & versatile fits what Pioli likes & he should compete for the nickle spot right away.

#239 SS/FS Harry Coleman (LSU)

Good value for solid depth at both SS & FS.

What do you guys think?

jason1981
04-19-2010, 12:13 AM
to far fetched and dont know most of them

Connie Jo
04-19-2010, 12:17 AM
Well, I don't follow NCAA football, know little about the Draft overall, except the Draft Day party at Arrowhead is usually fun, lol. That said, I don't like the thought of trading DJ...and I want to see the Chiefs draft Berry. :)

For the record, I think DJ will become more beneficial to our team each season. I think one of the key's to a team winning consistently is to get the players who will get the job done [within reasonable time allowed for trial & error if Rookies]...then keep those players, don't trade them off, whatever. It harms a team when too many changes are made, players are interlocked when playing together longer...they work together like clockwork without having to think twice, it comes naturally when you've been playing together for a while. Too many critical errors were made under King P trading players that we needed to win...IE: Jared Allen

honda522
04-19-2010, 12:30 AM
I hope you meant King Carl.

Connie Jo
04-19-2010, 12:44 AM
I hope you meant King Carl.

No, I meant King 'P'...that's what I prefer to call him, haha...sound it out. :D

PS Edit: I'm still mad at him you see, so he's King 'P' to me. Hey! That rhymed! I'm a poet and didn't even know it! hahaha

honda522
04-19-2010, 01:08 AM
No reason to be made. A Kingdom isn't built in a day, or even a year.

Connie Jo
04-19-2010, 01:31 AM
No reason to be made. A Kingdom isn't built in a day, or even a year.

Huh? Are we on the same train of thought here? hahaha I'm not referring to Pioli as being King 'P', lol. I'm referring to your King Carl as being King 'P', as in the first initial of his last name, hahaha. Sound it out...aka 'King PEE'...as in poop and pee.

I love Pioli...so far! :D

stricken721
04-19-2010, 01:48 AM
Huh? Are we on the same train of thought here? hahaha I'm not referring to Pioli as being King 'P', lol. I'm referring to your King Carl as being King 'P', as in the first initial of his last name, hahaha. Sound it out...aka 'King PEE'...as in poop and pee.

I love Pioli...so far! :D


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Rep for that. I don't know why that was so funny I guess it just struck right.. haha nice one CJ.

Chiefscrazy
04-19-2010, 01:59 AM
Well, I don't follow NCAA football, know little about the Draft overall, except the Draft Day party at Arrowhead is usually fun, lol. That said, I don't like the thought of trading DJ...and I want to see the Chiefs draft Berry. :)

For the record, I think DJ will become more beneficial to our team each season. I think one of the key's to a team winning consistently is to get the players who will get the job done [within reasonable time allowed for trial & error if Rookies]...then keep those players, don't trade them off, whatever. It harms a team when too many changes are made, players are interlocked when playing together longer...they work together like clockwork without having to think twice, it comes naturally when you've been playing together for a while. Too many critical errors were made under King P trading players that we needed to win...IE: Jared Allen
I hear you, I really want us to draft Dan Williams, but getting 3 picks to trade down would prove to temping for Pioli. IIRC Pioli has stated that he does not believe in drafting safety's this high as well.

As far as trading DJ goes, I am not thrilled w trading him either, but I believe he agreed to a 1 year tender, so if I am not mistaken he may be able to leave after this season for nothing. It might be best to get something for him while we can.

Connie Jo
04-19-2010, 02:05 AM
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Rep for that. I don't know why that was so funny I guess it just struck right.. haha nice one CJ.

:lol:

Well heck, I didn't know how else to explain it...I could've said as in 'urine', but that sounded a bit too vulgar, hahaha. I don't despise the guy, just am still a bit mad at him for trading too many valuable proven players over the last few yrs...Jared, TRich, Fujita...& he initiated the controversy with Tony leading to his wanting out of KC. Most of those trades were related to ego and profit first, not winning.

chief31
04-19-2010, 03:36 AM
That's alot of draft picks to put so little value on your o-line and d-line.

stricken721
04-19-2010, 04:10 AM
I think we have all become a bit delirious when it comes to mock drafts. Thursday needs to hurry and get here.

wolfpack
04-19-2010, 01:06 PM
chiefs wont wait till last pick to draft our worst need, saftey.

matthewschiefs
04-19-2010, 05:58 PM
This work take a lot of doing for the chiefs. I dont see any way that the eagles would give that much for the 5th pick. I do like golden tate I realy hope we get him. He nos charlie so it would not be as big of a learning curve for him. Can't wait till Thursday.

matthewschiefs
04-19-2010, 06:00 PM
chiefs wont wait till last pick to draft our worst need, saftey.

IMO both lines are far more important then saftey and we need to work on thoses before safety. It won't matter who we have at safety if we don't fix the d line QBS will find someone open if they have all day to throw the ball.

OPLookn
04-19-2010, 06:03 PM
The only thing I worry about is if we do address the d-line in the draft that we're going to have all this hoopla about how the d-line isn't producing immediately and how we need to get people in that know what they're doing. Aka Dorsey for the first year...year and a half and T. Jackson for his first year. They didn't have 500 sacks each they're horrible!!

Connie Jo
04-19-2010, 07:43 PM
The only thing I worry about is if we do address the d-line in the draft that we're going to have all this hoopla about how the d-line isn't producing immediately and how we need to get people in that know what they're doing. Aka Dorsey for the first year...year and a half and T. Jackson for his first year. They didn't have 500 sacks each they're horrible!!

REP!! I agree!

It amazes me that some have such high expectations of a rookie his first few years. I remember reading an article somewhere that said Joe Montana was in his 5th year before his talent was revealed to become the legend he did.

Rookies like DT (RIP) are a rare exception. That said, DT didn't have all the many unusual negative team factor's to contend with our young players did last season either.

2010 will be a season of which a more fair assessment of players, coaches, GM...can be observed by comparison to 2009...all considered. There will still be issues in 2010 to resolve, every team in the NFL has issues each season, but we appear to be moving in the right direction, and as fast as Pioli can accomplish.

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