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Most of these picks have to do with the quarterback and running back positions. Taking offensive linemen early in the draft puts a smile on the face of quarterbacks and running backs, knowing the protection they will receive for the following season.
It is without question that Charles is the best player on the team and many fans were agitated to learn that his season ended early, playing for only one game plus one drive in the second game of the season.
When Charles took over Larry Johnson's starting spot, he quickly turned into the most explosive running back and caught the eyes of many defensive coordinators and spectators.
Having Richardson on the team would help Charles carry the load and it would make sense since the NFL is turning into a league where no team has just one dominant running back. However, if the Chiefs decide to use Battle or McCluster as the No. 2 running back, then they must seek some strong offensive linemen in the draft.
The offensive line will also help next season's quarterback, whether it is Cassel, Kyle Orton, Ricky Stanzi or someone brand new to the Chiefs.
Taking a wide receiver should not be on the mind of the Chiefs. Dwayne Bowe will most likely be tagged before free agency begins. The Chiefs also added Steve Breaston through free agency and drafted Jonathan Baldwin in the 2011 offseason. Instead of drafting a wide receiver, let's see how these three do with tight end Tony Moeaki and a healthy Chiefs roster.
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