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Direckshun 01:41 AM 01-15-2021
Try it out here.

Post your results.
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kccrow 09:22 PM 02-21-2021
Originally Posted by el borracho:
Pick one:

Christian Barmore
Jaelan Phillips
Kadarius Toney
As much as I like Barmore, he's not needed as much as the others. Toney.


Originally Posted by el borracho:
Does your answer change if the choices are as follows:

Christian Barmore
Gregory Rousseau
Kadarius Toney
Rousseau, running.

Originally Posted by el borracho:
Pick one:

Alijah Vera-Tucker
Jaelan Phillips
Rashod Bateman
Bateman.
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Stryker 09:37 PM 02-21-2021
Kadarius Toney

He is awesome! Shifty and looks like a Reid type of player.
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The Franchise 10:43 PM 02-21-2021
Rousseau and Bateman.
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staylor26 10:50 PM 02-21-2021
Originally Posted by The Franchise:
Rousseau and Bateman.
This.
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el borracho 11:09 PM 02-21-2021
Rousseau needs no explanation, but I am curious why everyone is so quick to name Bateman before Vera-Tucker? Positional value? Bigger gap between Bateman and remaining WRs compared to gap between Vera-Tucker and remaining OTs?

While I recognize the need for a WR (or two) to replace the WRs we expect to lose, it seems to me that our anemic Oline played a larger role in our recent Super Bowl loss.
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Dull Tools 07:40 AM 02-22-2021
Originally Posted by el borracho:
Rousseau needs no explanation, but I am curious why everyone is so quick to name Bateman before Vera-Tucker? Positional value? Bigger gap between Bateman and remaining WRs compared to gap between Vera-Tucker and remaining OTs?

While I recognize the need for a WR (or two) to replace the WRs we expect to lose, it seems to me that our anemic Oline played a larger role in our recent Super Bowl loss.
If the receivers had caught the ball it would have helped too,
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duncan_idaho 08:47 AM 02-22-2021
I also donít really consider Vera-Tucker a T.

Heís more of a LG who can play T in a pinch. Maybe if theyíre confident in Fisher returning and doing so at 100 percent, that makes sense.

I also donít think he makes it to KC at 31.
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Dull Tools 09:52 AM 02-22-2021
Just did a draft with Pro Football Focus. Came out really well for us I think. They seem to not rate quite a few players who the rest of the big boards like.

31. Tevin Jenkins T
56. Ronnie Perkins Ed
94. Tylan Wallace WR
136. Nico Collins WR
144. Josh Myers C
180. Tony Poljan TE
240. Pooka Williams Jr RB
256. Tony Fields II LB
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AJKCFAN 11:32 AM 02-22-2021
How is this one from this site?

31. Jaelen Phillips EDGE, Miami
63. Alex Leatherwood OT, Alabama
94. Landon Dickerson IOL, Alabama
136. Ihmir Smith-Marsette, WR, Iowa
144. Keith Traylor, Jr., CB - Washington
176. Josh Ball, OT - Marshall
180. Josh Imatorbhebhe, WR Illinois
217. Shaka Toney, EDGE - Penn State
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htismaqe 11:51 AM 02-22-2021
Originally Posted by el borracho:
Rousseau needs no explanation, but I am curious why everyone is so quick to name Bateman before Vera-Tucker? Positional value? Bigger gap between Bateman and remaining WRs compared to gap between Vera-Tucker and remaining OTs?

While I recognize the need for a WR (or two) to replace the WRs we expect to lose, it seems to me that our anemic Oline played a larger role in our recent Super Bowl loss.
As was said, Vera-Tucker is likely a guard in the NFL, not a tackle. Therefore the positional value just isn't there.
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Direckshun 12:54 PM 02-22-2021
31.
Kansas City Chiefs
Teven Jenkins
OT, Oklahoma State
63.
Kansas City Chiefs
Carlos Basham Jr.
EDGE, Wake Forest
94.
Kansas City Chiefs
Aaron Banks
IOL, Notre Dame
136.
Kansas City Chiefs
Sage Surratt
WR, Wake Forest
144.
Kansas City Chiefs
James Wiggins
S, Cincinnati
176.
Kansas City Chiefs
Whop Philyor
WR, Indiana
180.
Kansas City Chiefs
Cole Van Lanen
OT, Wisconsin
252.
Kansas City Chiefs
Bryan Mills
CB, North Carolina Central
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htismaqe 01:04 PM 02-22-2021
Originally Posted by Direckshun:
31.
Kansas City Chiefs
Teven Jenkins
OT, Oklahoma State
63.
Kansas City Chiefs
Carlos Basham Jr.
EDGE, Wake Forest
94.
Kansas City Chiefs
Aaron Banks
IOL, Notre Dame
136.
Kansas City Chiefs
Sage Surratt
WR, Wake Forest
144.
Kansas City Chiefs
James Wiggins
S, Cincinnati
176.
Kansas City Chiefs
Whop Philyor
WR, Indiana
180.
Kansas City Chiefs
Cole Van Lanen
OT, Wisconsin
252.
Kansas City Chiefs
Bryan Mills
CB, North Carolina Central
I like this one a lot.
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Stryker 08:34 PM 02-22-2021
Originally Posted by Direckshun:
31.
Kansas City Chiefs
Teven Jenkins
OT, Oklahoma State
63.
Kansas City Chiefs
Carlos Basham Jr.
EDGE, Wake Forest
94.
Kansas City Chiefs
Aaron Banks
IOL, Notre Dame
136.
Kansas City Chiefs
Sage Surratt
WR, Wake Forest
144.
Kansas City Chiefs
James Wiggins
S, Cincinnati
176.
Kansas City Chiefs
Whop Philyor
WR, Indiana
180.
Kansas City Chiefs
Cole Van Lanen
OT, Wisconsin
252.
Kansas City Chiefs
Bryan Mills
CB, North Carolina Central

LOL! Sage can keep #14 and take Sammy's number!
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KChiefs1 10:54 AM 02-23-2021
31. Kadarius Toney
WR Florida

63. Dillon Radunz
OT North Dakota State

94. Quinn Meinerz
OC Wisconsin-Whitewater

136. Chauncey Golston
EDGE Iowa

144. Aaron Banks
OG Notre Dame
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KChiefs1 11:05 AM 02-23-2021
31. Jaelan Phillips
EDGE Miami (FL)

63. Dillon Radunz
OT North Dakota State

94. Quinn Meinerz
OC Wisconsin-Whitewater

136. Sage Surratt
WR Wake Forest

144. Chauncey Golston
EDGE Iowa
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