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Old 05-08-2014, 08:59 PM  
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Old 05-09-2014, 03:18 PM   #556
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If you're not going to draft a quarterback, I think this is a pretty good pick.
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Old 05-09-2014, 03:18 PM   #557
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Old 05-09-2014, 03:19 PM   #558
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If you're not going to draft a quarterback, I think this is a pretty good pick.
Maybe a little bit of a reach at 23 but if he stays healthy and produces, it won't matter at all
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Old 05-09-2014, 03:20 PM   #559
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Ford: “I watched Lawrence Taylor. I watched Derrick Thomas.” Also mentioned Ray Lewis and Glenn Dorsey

Let's hope he watched Lawrence Taylor and Derrick Thomas more than Ray Lewis and Glenn Dorsey.
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Maybe a little bit of a reach at 23 but if he stays healthy and produces, it won't matter at all
I think once the draft moved past the 16th pick, the next 32 selections might as well be considered 1st round caliber players.
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Old 05-09-2014, 03:21 PM   #561
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Good first impression. Confident, well-spoken, humble, and aware of some team history/values.

Hopefully he'll do to Peyton Manning and Phyllis Rivers what he did to the dummy on Sports Science.
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Good first impression. Confident, well-spoken, humble, and aware of some team history/values.

Hopefully he'll do to Peyton Manning and Phyllis Rivers what he did to the dummy on Sports Science.
That impact rating would be like getting hit by a bull.
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I think once the draft moved past the 16th pick, the next 32 selections might as well be considered 1st round caliber players.
Yea, I see why the Chiefs did it, With the absence of a 2nd round pick, they couldn't risk it...

Best case scenario would to have traded back into the second with someone but as we all know, that's not always possible either. I think his only possible downside will be the injuries, if he is over that then it will probably be a good pick overall in hindsight
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Yea, I see why the Chiefs did it, With the absence of a 2nd round pick, they couldn't risk it...

Best case scenario would to have traded back into the second with someone but as we all know, that's not always possible either. I think his only possible downside will be the injuries, if he is over that then it will probably be a good pick overall in hindsight
If the Chiefs had traded down to the second, Philly would have taken Ford instead of the inferior pass rusher that they took.
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If the Chiefs had traded down to the second, Philly would have taken Ford instead of the inferior pass rusher that they took.
didn't realize that
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Old 05-09-2014, 03:30 PM   #569
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Sell his soul? Let me see to play for a coach that can win when it matters or play for the life loser marty?

He was smart. True fans were drinking the mediocrity kool aid in the 90s.

He won a ring and Marty still is a loser.
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If the Chiefs had traded down to the second, Philly would have taken Ford instead of the inferior pass rusher that they took.
Then it comes down to what KC really wanted out of the first round.

Odds are they don't find anyone to trade into the top 10 of the second round unless they take the shaft on value, which you would do if they were looking for a QB, WR or OG. And there probably wasn't anyway to justify taking a bottom 12-32 pick in the second either, which mean they would miss out on the rest of the WRs, the top three remaining TEs or the remaining defensive line prospects.

Dee Ford was the last man standing on their board... If JFF or Teddy would've been on the table they'd have moved on either one of them once they went past Dallas.
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