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    Alabama LB Rolando McClain Visiting At Least Four Teams - Arrowhead Pride

    I wouldn't mind getting him. I don't care for the idea of drafting a OL in which we can get one in the second round just as good. Mainly cause we have just as many holes to fill and fix in other places.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    Alabama LB Rolando McClain Visiting At Least Four Teams - Arrowhead Pride

    I wouldn't mind getting him. I don't care for the idea of drafting a OL in which we can get one in the second round just as good. Mainly cause we have just as many holes to fill and fix in other places.
    McClain is on the top of my board on guys I would like to see as a Chief. I think Pioli would do it too.. after all he got Jerod Mayo and look what he did with him.

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    With all the FA moves on the o-line here of late I fully expect to see us draft a defensive player in the first round.


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    I like McClain a lot, He would definately be an asset to the chiefs,and would fill a huge need, but think hes a reach at #5 but then again wich player isn't?

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    Well we picked Tyson Jackson last year, who should have been a 3rd maybe even a 4th round pick.

    It seems that he might not be worth a top 5 pick at this moment (only time will tell) but I don't think he will fall to us in the second round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    Well we picked Tyson Jackson last year, who should have been a 3rd maybe even a 4th round pick.

    It seems that he might not be worth a top 5 pick at this moment (only time will tell) but I don't think he will fall to us in the second round.
    Where are you getting this from? Everything I saw had Jackson in mid round 1. He was the best 3-4 DE in last year's draft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryfo18 View Post
    Where are you getting this from? Everything I saw had Jackson in mid round 1. He was the best 3-4 DE in last year's draft.
    Almost evey mock I saw in 2009 had Tyson Jackson going 9th to the Packers. A few had him going 12th to the Broncos. We reached a little for him, but not nearly as much as everyone is pretending.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryfo18 View Post
    Where are you getting this from? Everything I saw had Jackson in mid round 1. He was the best 3-4 DE in last year's draft.
    Well thats personal opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    Well thats personal opinion.
    No it's not a personal opinion. Everyone had him booked as the best 3-4 DE in last year's draft, and obviously the Chiefs did too.

    Now, if a guy doesn't live up to his potential, that's a different story. Teams only have so much they can go off before they draft these guys. Any player can turn into a huge bust, but there's only so much you can do to really evaluate how good you think a certain player will be.

    Look at Mario Williams, #1 pick in 2006. 4.5 sacks in his rookie season. That's pretty 3rd or 4th roundish for a 4-3 DE, and definitely a BUST for the #1 overall pick. Then in 2007 though: 14.5 sacks. Give Tyson some time to develop, it was his first year on the DL, and regardless, 3-4 DE's aren't going to have sexy stats. Everyone on this site seems to think every defensive player needs to have 100+ tackles, 7 sacks, and 4 forced fumbles in order for the team to be successful. It's ridiculous. I guess we should have taken Aaron Curry huh? He had a stellar year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryfo18 View Post
    No it's not a personal opinion. Everyone had him booked as the best 3-4 DE in last year's draft, and obviously the Chiefs did too.

    Now, if a guy doesn't live up to his potential, that's a different story. Teams only have so muh they can go off before they draft these guys. Any player can turn into a huge bust, but there's only so much you can do to really evaluate how good you think a certain player will be.

    Look at Mario Williams, #1 pick in 2006. 4.5 sacks in his rookie season. That's pretty 3rd or 4th roundish for a 4-3 DE, and definitely a BUST for the #1 overall pick. Then in 2007 though: 14.5 sacks. Give Tyson some time to develop, it was his first year on the DL, and regardless, 3-4 DE's aren't going to have sexy stats. Everyone on this site seems to think every defensive player needs to have 100+ tackles, 7 sacks, and 4 forced fumbles in order for the team to be successful. It's ridiculous. I guess we should have taken Aaron Curry huh? He had a stellar year.
    I am just saying that is my opinion.

    We could of easily had BJ Raji, Micheal Oher. Which would have been better picks. That fact I am saying is no player is guarenteed to turn out the way you want. They might be worse, or better.

    Look at Marque Colston. 7th round pick. Now he is one of there best Receivers. Ryan Sccoup...Jared Allen..
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