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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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    Letting Albert go and using the #1 overall pick on a LT is the equivalent of forfeiting the #1 pick in my opinion. You must either sign or tag Albert. He has earned a new contract. Hopefully sign him so you can tag Bowe again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    Letting Albert go and using the #1 overall pick on a LT is the equivalent of forfeiting the #1 pick in my opinion. You must either sign or tag Albert. He has earned a new contract. Hopefully sign him so you can tag Bowe again.
    I don't want to get off track but I think having Reid now helps with Bowe and possibly not having to tag him.

    Hopefully they can come to terms with Albert and possibly slide him down the line like the nightmare stated. Reid has been big about building solid lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    Letting Albert go and using the #1 overall pick on a LT is the equivalent of forfeiting the #1 pick in my opinion. You must either sign or tag Albert. He has earned a new contract. Hopefully sign him so you can tag Bowe again.

    You are correct. It would not make any sense to let Albert go, unless of course he would just refuse to sign anything. Joeckle will be a stud, but likely not any better next year then Albert is.

    Qb is way too big a need, to not get a qb in the first round, unless Coach Reid can sign a miracle qb in the off season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    Letting Albert go and using the #1 overall pick on a LT is the equivalent of forfeiting the #1 pick in my opinion. You must either sign or tag Albert. He has earned a new contract. Hopefully sign him so you can tag Bowe again.
    Absolutely. But how good would the line be if Albert moves to left guard. Then we have some serious depth on the line and we are pretty damn young too. Pick up qb with pick 34.

    Real quick why are we pick 34 and not 33.

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