Composing a mock draft is sort of like watching the series finale of Lost; its creator can make an educated guess as to what's going on, but, really, he has no earthly idea.
Sure, he can pinpoint a team's specific needs or gauge a potential prospect's value, but he simply can't account for the spontaneity and time-pertinent decisions that are made in the draft war room. Just ask Kevin Costner.
Still, per usual, hundreds, if not thousands, are generally released in the three-month layover between the Super Bowl and draft day. Each one projecting a variety of different selections for a plethora of different reasons.
Admittedly, it's fun to play out the possible scenarios.
And for a team with as many question marks as the Kansas City Chiefs, the scenarios are plentiful.
Now, less than two weeks away from Roger Goodell strutting across that stage at Radio City Music Hall, things are beginning to get real.
It's time to take a comprehensive look at which routes those hundreds of mock drafts predict Kansas City taking on draft day.