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    What do you think? Would Boldin be worth one of our second round picks or do we have too many other gaps to fill first?

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    Honestly, I say no. While he's a great receiver, he always seems to be injured. He will also be turning 30. We could draft somebody like Golden Tate with that pick and potentially have him for a very long time. This is a deep draft class, so a 2nd round pick is very valuable.

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    I am not sure Boldin would be a great fit in KC. I guess I have not seen him play all that much, but he reminds me a lot of Bowe. He's not super fast, but he is physical.

    I think we need a speedster who can run routes and has good hands (i.e. somebody that can stretch the field and be a true #1). The only bad thing is that it will be very difficult to get somebody like that without using our first pick or breaking the bank in FA.

    I bet we will not make a major upgrade at WR this year. We have too many other holes to fill first.

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    I would not mind seeing him in a chief jersey But I dont think that its a must do move for the chiefs. Giveing up a 2nd rounder for him is not that much for a great talent like i think he has. He also nos what Haley wants seeing that he was in Arizona. But its always a risk of how a guy will fit in with a new team. I would not mind seeing it but think we will be fine if we dont do it.

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    If it wasa third rounder,I would be thrilled, but our second round picks are high, so I am not sure the value is there, not anymore. Plus, the depth of this draft is good for the Chiefs, so I be we could get a really talented reciever there. That being said, you still need a veteran wide reciever in FA.

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    i would do 3rd and a 5th for boldin...but not 2nd

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    I'd give up our 2b pick for him. Boldin is a pro bowl caliber receiver and he's someone who knows Haley's offense. A WR tandem of Bowe and Boldin would be one of the better and more physical WR tandems in the league and would be another piece of the puzzle towards creating a great offense.

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    Sounds good to me. Round 2b

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatwasthat? View Post
    i would do 3rd and a 5th for boldin...but not 2nd
    If the Cards would go for that I say thats a great move. I dont think that they would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewschiefs View Post
    If the Cards would go for that I say thats a great move. I dont think that they would.
    Maybe a 3rd & Croyle + perhaps a conditional 2011 pick would get it done.

    On the other hand I would almost rather pick up a WR such as Shipley or Gilyard w that 3rd round pick.

    I like Boldin but agree that even if we traded for him, we should still draft a speedy WR sometime in the draft.
    Last edited by Chiefscrazy; 02-26-2010 at 06:42 PM.

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