The Kansas City Chiefs: Offensive Minded Mock Draft
In the 2010 NFL Draft, the Chiefs need a lot of help. Like everywhere, and quite frankly they have needed help everywhere for a couple years.
We happen to have a few studs on the offensive team, like Jamal Charles and Thomas Jones, and on the defensive side we have Hali and Brandon Flowers.
Some of the Chiefs' big names haven't done what they were projected to do, such as Matt Cassel, Brandon Albert, Tyson Jackson, and Glenn Dorsey. But I think with time they can all become decent, if not great players.
In the last couple years, the Chiefs have been targeting mostly the defensive side of the ball, and why not, since that's where so many of their holes are. But I'm showing you a Mock Draft of the Chiefs mainly thinking offensively.
Hope you like it, (P.S.- that a look at my Defensive Minded Mock Draft, and tell me which you like better) thanks
1st Round (No. 5)—Russel Okung, OT
Okung is probably the most dynamic and true OT in this Draft. He is the long arms and quick feet too. It will be difficult for him to fall this far, but thinking offense here, it would be nice. If he doesn't fall here, look for the Chiefs to target Buluga from Iowa. even though i say if Okung isn't there for offensively we need to trade down, Buluga isn't worth number 5
2nd Round (No. 36)—Golden Tate, WR
Tate is a great little slot receiver, and possibly can be the Chiefs No. 2 receiver. This will reunite him and Charlie Weis. With Bowe, Chambers, and Tate, the receiver group isn't looking to shabby.
2nd Round (No. 51)—Maurkice Pouncey, C
Pouncey is a center out of Florida. The Chiefs have made it pretty clear that they think it is the inner line that needs fixing and they have addressed this in the free agency, but what does a rookie hurt? After all, those guys aren't getting any younger.
3rd Round (No. 68)—Colt McCoy, QB
McCoy had a great season in Texas and could be the next Tom Brady for all we know. I think we are giving Matt Cassel one more year to improve, or he is out. We are paying too much for Cassel to be a bust. And we might need a good backup because Cassel has hit the ground a few times.
4th Round (No. 102)—Tony Moeaki, TE
Moeaki is a great TE when he is on the field. He is coached by Kirk which is a friend of Pioli's. Beside we can use a good TE to fill old 88's jersey.
5th Round (No. 136)—Myron Rolle, SS
He is one only defensive player selected in this offensive minded draft. The kid missed a year, but as a fifth-round pick, it isn't that big of a deal.
Many players have come out of the late rounds and played better then a No. 1 overall pick.
I think has has the smarts to succeed.
5th Round (No. 142)—Blair White, WR
Blair White can really be a difference in the game with his skills, and can help the Chiefs in the slot. Adding another WR to the WR Corps can't hurt here.
5th Round (No. 148)—Eric Olsen, C
I think we need some more depth on the line, and again it is reuniting Weis and a Notre Dame player. And I think he can play guard if needed.
Thats the Offensive Minded Mock!
Check out my Defensive Minded Chiefs article and tell me which one you think is better.
Hope you enjoyed!, Have a great day, and yes i do realize Russel Okung probably won't be there so we go with Byran Buluga,even though i hate saying it, and im in Iowa Fan!