I find it explainable but interesting nonetheless that the NFL draft is so different from a fantasy football draft.
In fantasy, you (generally) would love to have a top 3 pick. For the Chiefs, you can probably make the case every year that any prospect would be a reach or not worth the money at no. 3. I'd argue based on production that Dorsey wasn't worth it.
Does our top pick have to be a QB OT or DE? Why not take a LB, especially with all this talk of moving to a 3-4? Game changers come at all positions, Safety, Linebacker, etc. If I think about it, if we're drafting a top playmaker, the only positions that make no sense would be FB and P/K...the rest can make plays and be worth $30M in their 1st contract.
I've never seen the guy play but if Aaron Curry is the next Ray Lewis - we should take him at no. 3. I sort of think if he's going to turn our D around...it doesn't matter that he's an LB and not a DE.