Why 2010 May Still Be About Defensive Ends For The Chiefs

gabrielm montanoContributor IFebruary 6, 2010

KANSAS CITY, MO - SEPTEMBER 20:  Glenn Dorsey #72 of the Kansas City Chiefs reacts during the game against the Oakland Raiders at Arrowhead Stadium on September 20, 2009 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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   Scott Pioli is going into his second year, and with the Chief not really improving over 08. Pioli might use a trade to shake thing up again ,so don't be surprise to see Glenn Dorsey on the market.

With so many good 3-4 Ends in this years draft.Dorsey(a true 4-3 DT)could be traded to teams like the Giants, Colts, Saint in the first round, and teams like the Rams , Lions ,and the Bucs in the top half of the second round for picks.

I think the Bucs would be the best fit. With 2 second round picks (35,44) the Bucs could get the best Offensive Tackle ( there top need if you ask me) with there first pick in this years draft ,and still get a first round grade DT for just one of there second rounders.

This will also give the Chiefs a chances at getting one of the top 2 3-4 Ends (Suh, McCoy) this year.

The trade will also be good for Dorsey. He is better off playing in a 4-3, and if he goes to the Bucs. They will use him in a one gap system which may even remind them of a former Bucs great (Warren Sapp) .

With 2010 season around the corner, and Pioli needing a fast turn around. Trading and or drafting a Defensive Ends may still be the key to 2010.

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