It seems there is a division about whether to go Offense or Defense with the top draft pick. Personally, I believe there is an equal need for an ace WR as well as a 3-4 DE that can attack the QB.
Safety is a need, but not in round 1 if the scouts have done their job. Safety is the easiest position on Defense to fill in the draft and I'm not sold on Pryor or Clinton-Dix. The Chiefs need somebody at FS that is faster than they are, and Alabama DB's haven't panned out as of late ( see Menzie and Arenas and at least 3 others for other teams that I can think of ).
So that would narrow down to Beckham, Lee, or Cooks at WR if they go Offense or Hageman or Tuitt if they go Defense with the top draft pick. With that said, nobody should rule out an O-Lineman because Dorsey/Reid do value these guys & don't let the FA losses fool you because they would have kept Schwartz, if they could have afforded him.
What if Bridgewater is sitting there when the Chiefs pick? hmm
Well, if that happens and the Chiefs take him, I don't believe Alex will get an extension. But, that would be a HUGE mistake to me.
Originally Posted by texaschief
LOL, we were mentioning Johnny Manziel earlier in this thread. He had his pro day workout & unlike any other QB pro day workout, I have to say Manziel showed some balls by conducting his workout with wearing helmut and shoulder pads while throwing the ball for the pro scouts. Can't deny that Manziel does have guts and swagger.