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BossChief 11-16-2012 09:28 PM

BossChiefs Week 10 Mock Draft
 
1. Geno Smith - This team could absolutely explode with this kid under center. He is smart, battle tested and posses all the tools it takes to develop into an elite NFL quarterback that could be the catalyst of this Chiefs team taking it up a couple notches.

2. TJ McDonald, S, USC - Put this kid at SS and move Berry to FS and this could be a top 5 safety duo in the league quickly. The kid hits like a mack truck, has the size and violent temperament it takes to be highly effective in the box and has the instincts to be good in coverage, too.

3. Stedman Bailey or Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia - I dont know how these kids drops to the third round, but it seems that scouts arent as high on them as I am and I would love to get either at this point of the draft. They have the skill set to be play makers at the next level and I would JIMP to get them with a 3rd rounder.

3b (supplemental pick for Brandon Carr) Micah Hyde, CB, Iowa - I know, I know. He is a hawakeye, but to try to discredit the kid because of the school he played for would be silly. He has the size, temperament and skill set to play at the next level, and play well. He has a knack for getting his hands up in time to break up passes and plays well in zone and man coverage.

4. Landry Jones, QB, OK - I really dont like this kid at all, but there has to be something about Stanzi that I dont see that is keeping him from the field and Landry Jones would be a good backup/developmental guy to battle it out with Stanzi to be the top backup. Honestly, I see the kid being there at this point of the draft, too. He has some serious flaws, but is a good value here.

5. Shayne Skov, ILB/OLB, Stanford - If this kid falls this far due to injury concerns, he would be an absolute steal and I think its possible that happens. He is a stout kid that can drop back and cover a zone while also being able to play extremely well coming downhill. He has solid leadership abilities that we need, too.

6. Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin - We need linebackers because we are so shallow in the middle. This kid can be a thumper as well as a guy that can drop and doesnt take many false steps so he is usually in place to make a play.

7. Quinn Sharp, P, Oklahoma State - Its likely that this dumbass team is gonna let Dustin Colquit walk due to cost after this year and thats a real shame because he is a stud, but then again, he is only a punter. This kid is intriguing because he is a quality punter, but also is one of the better kick off guys in college football and also doubles as the teams place kicker and that could be helpful if someone ever gets a late hit on Succop and we need a kicker for a stretch.

PhillyChiefFan 11-17-2012 01:14 PM

But...but Mel Kiper told me that the Chiefs should take an inside linebacker.

Pestilence 11-21-2012 02:48 PM

I like everything except Jones and the last two picks.

Woodchuck 11-24-2012 07:26 AM

Not bad. I can't see Skov dropping that far despite the injury. I think you are getting Succop and Colquitt confused. Dustin is under contract and Succop will be a restricted free agent. If you really want a punter, we should wait a year or two and draft LSU's punter. He looks like he will be the greatest punter in history.... college or pro....

Sorter 11-24-2012 11:10 AM

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Originally Posted by Woodsponge Chuckpants (Post 9145611)
Not bad. I can't see Skov dropping that far despite the injury. I think you are getting Succop and Colquitt confused. Dustin is under contract and Succop will be a restricted free agent. If you really want a punter, we should wait a year or two and draft LSU's punter. He looks like he will be the greatest punter in history.... college or pro....

JFC. Colquitt:2/28/2008: Signed a five-year, $8.5 million contract. The deal included a $2.4 million signing bonus. 2012: $1.8 million, 2013: Free Agent

Sorter 11-24-2012 11:10 AM

http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/...ustin-colquitt

Nightfyre 11-24-2012 12:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Woodsponge Chuckpants (Post 9145611)
Not bad. I can't see Skov dropping that far despite the injury. I think you are getting Succop and Colquitt confused. Dustin is under contract and Succop will be a restricted free agent. If you really want a punter, we should wait a year or two and draft LSU's punter. He looks like he will be the greatest punter in history.... college or pro....

I think you are mentally handicapped. Succop signed a seven year deal in the offseason and Colquitt will be a free agent. Now get out of this forum you tool.

Woodchuck 11-25-2012 07:51 AM

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Originally Posted by Sorter (Post 9145949)
JFC. Colquitt:2/28/2008: Signed a five-year, $8.5 million contract. The deal included a $2.4 million signing bonus. 2012: $1.8 million, 2013: Free Agent

It looks like you are right and I was wrong. Maybe that's why we recently worked out a punter? If we don't resign him, I would wait a year and take the kid from LSU. We aren't winning anything next year anyway.

Also, last night was the first time I watched McDonald and he really looked like shit imo. I have us taking Rambo in the 3rd but, I could see him going in the second. This draft would be alot better if you replaced McDonald with Rambo.

Sorter 11-25-2012 10:06 AM

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Originally Posted by Woodchuck (Post 9148075)
It looks like you are right and I was wrong. Maybe that's why we recently worked out a punter? If we don't resign him, I would wait a year and take the kid from LSU. We aren't winning anything next year anyway.

Also, last night was the first time I watched McDonald and he really looked like shit imo. I have us taking Rambo in the 3rd but, I could see him going in the second. This draft would be alot better if you replaced McDonald with Rambo.

JFC, we signed a kicker to the PS. You're an imbecile.

JASONSAUTO 11-25-2012 10:08 AM

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Originally Posted by Sorter (Post 9148370)
JFC, we signed a kicker to the PS. You're an imbecile.

L to the ol.

its gotta be hard to get literally EVERYTHING WRONG. Only person I have ever seen do it is Scotty Pioli.

That have to be one and the same.
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Sorter 11-25-2012 10:25 AM

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Originally Posted by JASONSAUTO (Post 9148381)
L to the ol.

its gotta be hard to get literally EVERYTHING WRONG. Only person I have ever seen do it is Scotty Pioli.

That have to be one and the same.
Posted via Mobile Device

At least he's consistent (BlackBob, that is how you spell that word dumbass).

LMAO

Woodchuck 11-25-2012 12:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Sorter (Post 9148370)
JFC, we signed a kicker to the PS. You're an imbecile.

They worked out a kicker, long snapper, and a punter in October, Imbecile. Also, the whole thing about moving Berry is dumb. Anytime anyone says anything about moving a player is 99% unlikely to ever happen. Albert to guard, Pollard to LB, etc.... It's just dumb to even bring it up.

SNR 11-28-2012 05:48 PM

I still have nightmares of Le'veon Bell dragging Borland like a ****ing limp dildo all over the field.

He's perfect if Oakland ever wants to bring Tyrone Wheatley and Napoleon Kauffman out of retirement just to rape the Chiefs.

BossChief 01-21-2013 06:53 PM

I still like this mock.

Count Zarth 01-21-2013 11:45 PM

Austin and Bailey are going to drop because of their size.

I bet Austin is 5-8.


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