[quotee=Guru;274694]Absolutely THIS. I'm tired of the Chiefs refusing to swing the bat at every draft since 83. Get in there and take a risk on someone. If it doesn't work out. TRY AGAIN. Quit playing it safe at the most important position on the damn field.[/quote]
We need to quit drafting out of need and take the best damn player available. Give me a draft in the last five years where we didn't reach for our pick because it fit eeds we had to have.
The Chiefs didn't draft for need last year. PIoli and his gang of buffoons truly thought Poe was the BPA. If they wanted to draft for need, they would've got a QB.
... and, that explains Tyson Jackson and Jonathan Baldwin?
But right now, nobody in this draft represents better value for the Chiefs than the "best player available" (whoever that is).
geno smith first 4 games
134 comp 168 att 80% 1673 yds 418yds/game 20 td o int
next 7 games
184 comp 308 att 60% 2008yds 287yds/gm 16tds 6 int
Which Geno will we be getting the super star of the first 4 games or the a little above average QB of the last 7
as you can see he started out like Secratariat but then looked only slightly above average, just sayin he does not appear to be worth the #1 overall pick and may not even be the best QB available in the draft
in fact looking at genos last 7 games stats maybe we could pick up Matt Mcgloin in the 7th round as a back up. doses not have a strong arm but played in a pro style offense uner Bill Obrien [pats OC] was best QB in the big ten this year 270comp 446 att 60.5% 297yds/game 3271yds 24TDs 5 int
looks alot like geno smiths