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    Default KC Star : Chiefs should have a short list of top draft pick candidates


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    Hundreds of players are available in this year's NFL draft, but the Chiefs will have to investigate only a fraction of them when it comes to their first pick.

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    Good read. Sanchez is too much of a reach. Go defense, OL or Crabtree IF we can't trade down (which I hope we do)!
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    I say "O" line should be a priority, but that's just me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    I say "O" line should be a priority, but that's just me.
    We can get a second or third rounder for an O-line. I think the first pick should be a play maker, like Orakpo, Maclin, or Aaron Curry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    We can get a second or third rounder for an O-line. I think the first pick should be a play maker, like Orakpo, Maclin, or Aaron Curry.

    That is probably what will transpire, and I don't disagree with that, but it just seems to me that if we could sure up the O line then that would go a long way towards enhancing the play of the offense as a whole. We could get a stud QB or RB but they will look sub par at best behind a swiss cheese "O" line.


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