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    do you like him as our third rounder. almost evry draft expert has him as the best blocking tight end in the draft.and from the clips i have seen he looks like he will be a good receiving te when needed.i am excited to add a good blocking te it will make the o-line better i did not like the pick at first but it is growing on me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayvern View Post
    Moecki has some injury problems to work out. I hope he can get it done. I had high hopes for Colby Smith, but with all the injuries, he is pretty much finished. This guy very well may take the same road.
    Moeaki's had his share of injuries, however they have largely been freak accidents. A broken hand and foot scare me a lot less than the knee issues you see in a lot of other prospects. Watch the orange bowl footage Moeaki absolutely owns Georgia Teach DE (and first rounder) Derrick Morgan, he's the most well rounded tight end in the draft. Awesome blocker and has soft hands. The Tony G. comparisons aren't that far off, To-Mo's definitly got the potential. Kirk Ferentz's has called him the best tight end he's ever coached, that's pretty high praise (Dallas Clark, Brandon Meyers, Scott Chandler were all Ferentz TE's).

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    If Tony can manage to stay healthy, I fully believe we have our franchise TE.*

    *I am a homer for the Iowa Hawkeyes so some bias may be in this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by endzonewillie View Post
    I think once people see Tony Moeaki in action as a Chief they will realize he is a great deal like Tony G.
    If he is anything CLOSE to what Tony G was in a chiefs jersey that would be one hell of a steal. I hope he can be that good. GO CHIEFS!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewschiefs View Post
    If he is anything CLOSE to what Tony G was in a chiefs jersey that would be one hell of a steal. I hope he can be that good. GO CHIEFS!!!!!!!!

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    i think he is a way better blocker than tony g was early in his career.of course tony g improved on that but gonzalez pass catching ability that is going to be hard to duplicate.moeaki is definantly going to help in the run game and can still stretch the field i like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewschiefs View Post
    If he is anything CLOSE to what Tony G was in a chiefs jersey that would be one hell of a steal. I hope he can be that good. GO CHIEFS!!!!!!!!
    He isn't. He's a Jason Dunn-type blocking TE and end zone threat. Not a Tony G. style receiver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwilliams View Post
    He isn't. He's a Jason Dunn-type blocking TE and end zone threat. Not a Tony G. style receiver.
    Have you watched any video on this kid? He isn't scared to go up after the ball like TG did and he can make just about any catch a wide out can make. As for his injuries, this is football a contact sport , not golf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by endzonewillie View Post
    Have you watched any video on this kid? He isn't scared to go up after the ball like TG did and he can make just about any catch a wide out can make.
    Yeah, I saw several Iowa games this year. He's not a 1/10th of the WR Gonzo is. He's a blocking TE/red zone guy. He can catch the ball, but he doesn't have TG's hands or athleticism. You're deluding yourself if you think otherwise.

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    As for his injuries, this is football a contact sport , not golf.
    No s***. Maybe it's because this is a contact sport that you shouldn't draft people who are injury prone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwilliams View Post
    Yeah, I saw several Iowa games this year. He's not a 1/10th of the WR Gonzo is. He's a blocking TE/red zone guy. He can catch the ball, but he doesn't have TG's hands or athleticism. You're deluding yourself if you think otherwise.



    No s***. Maybe it's because this is a contact sport that you shouldn't draft people who are injury prone.
    I am sorry you seem to hate my opinion so I will agree to disagree. Let the season begin I am ready to see it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bwilliams View Post
    Yeah, I saw several Iowa games this year. He's not a 1/10th of the WR Gonzo is. He's a blocking TE/red zone guy. He can catch the ball, but he doesn't have TG's hands or athleticism. You're deluding yourself if you think otherwise.



    No s***. Maybe it's because this is a contact sport that you shouldn't draft people who are injury prone.
    One thing you can always count on, is time, it will tell the story, in time.

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