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    It appears that we will be drafting either 11th or 12th. We finished tied with seattle at 7-9, I didn't look at the tie-breaking procedures but SBnation is claiming it comes down to a coin flip. We should be able to draft a very good player from this position. Johnathon Martin, Reilly Reiff and David DeCastro are my top three realistic targets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toyotapower View Post
    It appears that we will be drafting either 11th or 12th. We finished tied with seattle at 7-9, I didn't look at the tie-breaking procedures but SBnation is claiming it comes down to a coin flip. We should be able to draft a very good player from this position. Johnathon Martin, Reilly Reiff and David DeCastro are my top three realistic targets.
    Here is the current draft order:
    11/12 Seattle
    11/12. Kansas City
    9/10. Miami
    9/10. Carolina
    8. Buffalo
    7. Washington
    6. Jacksonville
    5. Tampa Bay
    4. Cleveland
    3. Minnesota
    2. Indianapolis
    1. St. Louis

    There will be a coin toss for us/SEA and a different coin toss for Miami/Carolina.

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    I don't know any of those guys, are they O-linemen?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    I don't know any of those guys, are they O-linemen?
    Reiff and Martin are tackles. DeCastro is the guard out of Stanford.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jap1 View Post
    Reiff and Martin are tackles. DeCastro is the guard out of Stanford.
    Thanks for the info!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    I don't know any of those guys, are they O-linemen?
    They all seem to be named after famous cities
    SHUT IT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bike View Post
    They all seem to be named after famous cities
    Ummm, I was referring to the names in the thread starter but I can see how you could infer that I was speaking of the post just below that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    I don't know any of those guys, are they O-linemen?
    Yes. All three would immediately start. I dont necessarily think how soon a player can start is a good reason to draft them, our o-line is just that bad. Off the top of my head I can't think of any other position where starting a rookie would benefit us

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    Quote Originally Posted by toyotapower View Post
    Yes. All three would immediately start. I dont necessarily think how soon a player can start is a good reason to draft them, our o-line is just that bad. Off the top of my head I can't think of any other position where starting a rookie would benefit us
    Agreed, the O-line is in dire need of upgrading.


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    I am on board with this... Richardson looked absolutely awful today. First with the false start and then with Asomoah drilling him after a 5 yard McCluster loss because he didn't follow the right zone blocking scheme. A second year player is calling you out.

    That guy needs to be let go yesterday....
    GO CHIEFS!!!

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