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    Ok so one of the best pro sure things joeckel has declared for the 2013 nfl draft. With albert being a free agent we could look to take the best prospect in this draft fill the most important position on the o line which keeps us from stretching for a qb. That would then allow us to take a qb either by trading back into the first or fall in love with a qb in the secound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whackojacko58 View Post
    Ok so one of the best pro sure things joeckel has declared for the 2013 nfl draft. With albert being a free agent we could look to take the best prospect in this draft fill the most important position on the o line which keeps us from stretching for a qb. That would then allow us to take a qb either by trading back into the first or fall in love with a qb in the second.
    It could play out that way. Or, the possibility of Jake Long not being resigned by the Dolphins & maybe the Chiefs land him and then trade down from the 1st pick and land a QB such as Tyler Wilson. When Long is healthy, he's one of the best and besides he wears #77, which has been a charm for Chiefs LT's wearing that number. That wouldn't be such a bad scenario.

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    No to jake long. Hes good but overrated and will demand to much money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jason1981 View Post
    No to jake long. Hes good but overrated and will demand to much money.
    Overrated, no. Injury prone, yes. And yes, he might want too much money. But, when he's healthy, he's one of the best. He completely manhandled Hali in the game in 2011.

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    Just thinking. We keep Albert move him to his natural position of left guard and then we have joeckel, Stephenson and Winston at the tackle spot. That could be a scary good line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigeriannightmare View Post
    Just thinking. We keep Albert move him to his natural position of left guard and then we have joeckel, Stephenson and Winston at the tackle spot. That could be a scary good line.
    And they might still land a decent QB prospect at pick #34. People say that there's "no luck or RG III" in this draft, but they may mean opening day starters by that. There are multiple QB prospects, however, that could be starters by seasons end. Donovan McNabb was not an opening day starter in 1999, even though Reid took him at #2.

    Oh, and one more thing. What becomes of Stanzi under Reid? Does he blossom or bust? Can't get a true reading on him based on the coaches he's been under thus far in KC.

    And yes, I'd love to see a scary good O-Line like they had under Dick Vermeil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nigeriannightmare View Post
    Just thinking. We keep Albert move him to his natural position of left guard .
    OMG NO! Albert has played LT for FIVE seasons in the NFL.

    Moving him now would be DUMB. He is a fine LT.

    I love the Chiefs, but this fanbase is stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kchiefs70 View Post
    OMG NO! Albert has played LT for FIVE seasons in the NFL.

    Moving him now would be DUMB. He is a fine LT.

    I love the Chiefs, but this fanbase is stupid.
    What's stupid is not draftin the best player available. If a 37 ur old guard who has never played center can make the transition mid season. A natural left guard who excelled at it for years in college could make the transition with a full off season. You are right I am stupid. Does that make you feel more like a man now

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigeriannightmare View Post
    What's stupid is not draftin the best player available. If a 37 ur old guard who has never played center can make the transition mid season. A natural left guard who excelled at it for years in college could make the transition with a full off season. You are right I am stupid. Does that make you feel more like a man now
    37? Lilja is 31.

    Pioli and company were dumb for going into the season with out a true center.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kchiefs70 View Post
    OMG NO! Albert has played LT for FIVE seasons in the NFL.

    Moving him now would be DUMB. He is a fine LT.

    I love the Chiefs, but this fanbase is stupid.
    Nothing stupid about it, at all. Albert played Guard in high school and college. The Chiefs had no business throwing him out at LT in the NFL. I will grant you he has stepped up his pass-protection to a point, but he's not an anchor or a clutch performer at LT by any means.

    Hell, he couldn't even roadgrade a DB that he outweighed by 100 lb. in the Pitt game on Monday night, and instead tried to do the two-step waltz with him by grabbing the DB & twisting him around in open space and drawing a flag that negated a TD ( and yes, that was the correct call. You cannot grab a defender & twist him around like that in open space as that's always going to draw a flag ).

    Albert does NOT warrant a franchise tag nor a big 10 million plus a year contract & he has back problems that may not go away. The Chiefs should only make him a reasonable offer & if he won't take it, then let him walk.

    Therefore it looks like the stupidity amongst the Chiefs fanbase would include YOU at the top of the list.
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