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    Default It's Draft Day Chiefs Fans

    Tune in here this evening for Your Annual Coverage of the 2022 NFL Draft and Coverage of every pick #1 through #256.

    The Jacksonville Jaguars are on the Clock.

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    That Concludes my coverage of Rounds 2 and 3 of the 2022 NFL Draft.


    Stay Tuned tomorrow for Coverage of Rounds 4 - 7.

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    Round 2 Recap




    WR Skyy Moore

    5'10"195 lbs | W Michigan
    8 POS RK

    40 OVR RK

    87 GRADE


    Pre-Draft Analysis

    Moore is a slippery wideout who is excellent at beating press coverage. He uncovers in a flash. He plucks the ball on the run, makes defenders miss in space and is a strong open-field runner even though he's undersized. Moore is not a big target, but he has the speed to challenge vertically and tracks the deep ball well. -- Steve Muench

    Post-Draft Analysis

    The Chiefs made an economical decision to trade Tyreek Hill and were expected to find his replacement in Round 1. Instead, general manager Brett Veach remained patient and now grabs a dynamic, shifty receiver with the vertical speed needed to open up the offense. In Kansas City, Moore will likely operate outside the formation with JuJu Smith-Schuster in the slot, but he can thrive there in a wide open offense. -- Matt Miller

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefs4life24 View Post
    Pick 104: LA Rams - Guard - Logan Bruss - Wisconsin
    well ther is the Ben Niemann replacement

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    S Bryan Cook


    6'1"206 lbs | Cincinnati
    10 POS RK

    105 OVR RK

    70 GRADE

    Pre-Draft Analysis
    Cook is an interchangeable safety with good size, long arms and average speed. He is competitive matching up with backs and tight ends. He's a little tight, but he diagnoses routes quickly and limits production after the catch in off-coverage over the slot. Cook is a downfield run-stopper and effective wrap-up tackler. -- Steve Muench

    Post-Draft Analysis
    The Chiefs needed a speedy, versatile safety and grabbed another great value pick in Cook, who rocked the centerfield of the Cincinnati defense. With Juan Thornhill's contract coming up soon and Justin Reid more of a strong safety, Cook will be used heavily in Steve Spagnuolo's defense as a third safety and potentially the replacement for Tyrann Mathieu. -- Matt Miller

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    Round 3 Recap



    ILB Leo Chenal


    6'3"250 lbs | Wisconsin

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    67 OVR RK

    79 GRADE

    Pre-Draft Analysis
    Chenal is a big off-ball linebacker who plays with good leverage, is strong at the point of attack and shows the ability to get off blocks in time to make the play. He's a sideline-to-sideline run-defender who ran well at the combine and chases with good effort. He has the ability to run over running backs and closes well rushing the passer. -- Steve Muench

    Post-Draft Analysis

    The Chiefs do what they do best with later picks and grab a productive player with big time physical traits to develop into a better player. Chenal is listed at linebacker but could see time rushing the quarterback early in his career while learning the off-ball linebacker position and improving in coverage. His immediate impact should be felt as a stack linebacker with some pass-rush and blitzing potential. -- Matt Miller

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    Thank you for the Videos Roy. Question are you guys pleased with my Draft Coverage so Far? Anything you would like for me to do for the last 4 rounds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seek View Post
    well ther is the Ben Niemann replacement

    Leo is a day 1 started, they will use him as the Strong Side LB on the Field with Willie Gay and Nick Bolton at the same time, Lordy have mercy, our LB group just took a jump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefs4life24 View Post
    Thank you for the Videos Roy. Question are you guys pleased with my Draft Coverage so Far? Anything you would like for me to do for the last 4 rounds?
    Yes. Good job. C4L.

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    Round 4 of the 2022 NFL Draft Begins Now.

    Pick 106: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers - TE - Cade Otton - Washington

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    Pick 107: Houston Texans - RB - Dameon Pierce - Florida

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