Chiefs are a wild card

Paul KasprzakContributor IApril 5, 2010

In last year’s National Football League Draft the Kansas City Chiefs turned some heads when they selected defensive end Tyson Jackson third overall even though he wasn’t graded as high by many NFL Draft experts.   That means the way the Draft will unfold will all depend on what the Chiefs do at fifth overall.

The Chiefs last year hired Scott Pioli to take over the team and with Pioli being previously with the New England Patriots brought their draft style.  That means nobody is going to know what they are going to do until the very day of the Draft.

Also, that entails taking a player that they think will best fit their system no matter where it is in the draft, which they proved last year.

In the end, whoever falls in the Draft can thanks the Chiefs.

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