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The Marty Lounge>*****2021 NFL DRAFT THREAD - NO SPOILERS*****
Dante84 04:02 PM 04-28-2021
Version 2021 - REVENGE TOUR EDITION

Let's ****ing do this.

Rules for once the draft begins:
  1. No spoiled picks in this thread, all weekend. This means that as tweets are leaking picks a few minutes before the selection is announced live, you don't post it in this thread (ex: embedded tweets), reference it in this thread (ex: Joe Slapdick says it's So and So to Green Bay) or hint at it (ex: "it's a RB!").
  2. Don't be a dick.
Otherwise, have fun, talk shit, freak out and lose your goddamned minds. It's Draft Weekend. The hot takes in these threads are so funny. I'll also be starting player threads for each of our picks as they are made, with videos and notable stats/takes in the OP. Pure knee jerk gold to reference in the future.

Here is our current pick order:Here is a list of the prospects the Chiefs have shown interest in this year.

View the 2020 Draft thread here
View the 2019 Draft thread here
View the 2018 Draft thread here
View the 2017 Draft thread here


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KChiefs1 04:58 PM 05-01-2021
Poor Michigan State. No draft picks.

80 year streak is over.
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KChiefs1 04:59 PM 05-01-2021
Originally Posted by IowaHawkeyeChief:
Let the FA signings begin...

Shakur Brown come on down.
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Dante84 05:20 PM 05-01-2021

Former Western Kentucky safety Devon Key is signing with the #Chiefs, per source.

— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) May 1, 2021

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Couch-Potato 05:56 PM 05-01-2021
Originally Posted by IowaHawkeyeChief:
Let the FA signings begin...
Several guys out there still... we did well, grabbed a lot of depth guys, not sure theres' an immediate impact from any of them but we're not shallow at any position.
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Pitt Gorilla 12:43 PM 05-02-2021
65 SEC players drafted. That's insane.
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KChiefs1 06:05 PM 05-02-2021
Biggest Impact rookies in the AFC West

Denver Broncos: Javonte Williams, North Carolina, RB

First-rounder Patrick Surtain will have the best career. The former Alabama cornerback has All-Pro potential, but itís unclear whether heíll have a major role this season with free-agent additions Kyle Fuller and Ronald Darby on the outside.

Williams, the Broncosí second-round pick, should share carries with Melvin Gordon immediately, and it wouldnít be a total shock if he became the featured back by some point next season. Williamsí ability to catch out of the backfield and thrive as a blocker in pass protection will make him hard to keep off the field. ó Nick Kosmider Broncos draft takeaways

Kansas City Chiefs: Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma, C

The theme of the Chiefsí offseason has been about protecting superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes. The Chiefs used the draft to finish overhauling their offensive line, and Humphrey has a strong chance to be the teamís starting center. In 37 starts at Oklahoma, Humphrey didnít allow a sack and gave up just two quarterback hits, according to Pro Football Focus.

In 2015, the Chiefs used the 49th pick to select former center Mitch Morse, who started 15 games that season. The Chiefs believe Humphrey, whom they selected with the 63rd pick Friday, has the talent to have a similar rookie season. ó Nate Taylor Chiefs draft takeaways

Las Vegas Raiders: Trevon Moehrig, TCU, FS

Right tackle Alex Leatherwood was the Raidersí top pick, but heís part of a five-man unit and will be more reliant on others in order to make a major impact. Moehrig will be on an island as a free safety, so it could get ugly if he were to struggle. On the flip side, he could also help lift whatís been a woeful secondary in recent years. Considering the defense allowed the most points in franchise history in 2020, that would likely make more of an impact than Leatherwood can make on an offense that was already very good. ó Tashan Reed Raiders draft takeaways

Los Angeles Chargers: Rashawn Slater, Northwestern, OT

The Chargers needed a starting left tackle, and they found one in Slater, a polished technician and elite athlete. He should have no problem beating out Trey Pipkins for the starting spot protecting Justin Herbertís blindside. Slater will also be a valuable asset in the running game with his natural feel for angles, both in one-on-one situations and combinations. The Chargers are excited about what Slater can bring on screen concepts, with his smooth movement and ability to get outside and upfield.

Slater completes what could be an above-average to very-good starting group, playing with Matt Feiler at left guard, Corey Linsley at center, Oday Aboushi at right guard and Bryan Bulaga at right tackle. GM Tom Telesco has admirably overhauled his offensive line in one offseason. ó Daniel Popper Chargers draft takeaways
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Nickhead 03:53 AM 05-03-2021

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KChiefs1 08:26 AM 05-03-2021

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Deberg_1990 07:46 PM 05-03-2021
Wow dude. Get some help


Giants fan punches two holes in the wall over Eagles taking Devonta Smith -- His wife wasn't too happy about that... pic.twitter.com/Q1n2aRIFIW

— BLACK ADAM SCHEFTER (@B1ackSchefter) May 4, 2021

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Kiimosabi 09:32 PM 05-03-2021
Originally Posted by Nickhead:
Thanks I hate it
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The Franchise 10:52 AM 05-04-2021

Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah had a heart issue that came up late in the process and was a concern for most teams, which is why he fell out of the first round and to pick No. 52 with Cleveland, per sources. Doctors ultimately cleared Owusu-Koramoah but it did contribute to him falling.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 3, 2021

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Mecca 08:16 PM 05-04-2021
Next year's draft is going to be telling at the top.. everyone says character matters etc etc

Spencer Rattler is the top QB on talent but every person that's been around him thinks he's ba flaming dick, toxic, an asshole etc.

So we'll see how that shakes out.
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The Franchise 08:17 PM 05-04-2021
Originally Posted by Mecca:
Next year's draft is going to be telling at the top.. everyone says character matters etc etc

Spencer Rattler is the top QB on talent but every person that's been around him thinks he's ba flaming dick, toxic, an asshole etc.

So we'll see how that shakes out.
Have you watched QB1? He was on that show and totally came off as an egotistical asshole.
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Coach 08:19 PM 05-04-2021
Originally Posted by Mecca:
Next year's draft is going to be telling at the top.. everyone says character matters etc etc

Spencer Rattler is the top QB on talent but every person that's been around him thinks he's ba flaming dick, toxic, an asshole etc.

So we'll see how that shakes out.
Rattler never really impressed me anyways. He's talented, yes, but round 1 material?

Nah, not currently.
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The Franchise 08:23 PM 05-04-2021
Spencer Rattler’s sister though? Damn.
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