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Kansas City Chiefs: Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford Right tackle Barry Richardson is a sieve in...


Kansas City Chiefs: Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford Right tackle Barry Richardson is a sieve in pass protection. Jared Gaither was foolishly waived (typical dumb Todd Haley move), so Kansas City will be looking for an upgrade at the position. This is an easy pick because Jonathan Martin is arguably the top player available. None of the other options really make sense either unless the Chiefs want to reach for a quarterback. Kansas City Chiefs: Alameda Ta'amu, NT, Washington If the Chiefs aren't confident in sixth-round rookie Jerrell Powe's progression, they could opt to select their nose tackle of the future in this spot. Kansas City Chiefs: Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple The Chiefs will need to find a complement for Jamaal Charles, who was already incapable of handling the workload before his torn ACL. Pick change; previously Andrew Datko, OT


CWP's Chiefs Mock Draft 1.0

1. Colts - Andrew Luck QB Stanford 2. Rams - Justin Blackmon WR OSU 3. Dolphins - Matt Barkley QB USC 4. Panthers - Morris Claiborne CB LSU   With the 5th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Kansas...

Cassel's Fingers Immobilized Leaves Game with Cast


Matt Cassel left the stadium wearing a cast on his right hand. Had index and middle fingers immobilized. Not good news for the #Chiefs QB.

CWP's 2 Round Mock Draft


My newest Mock Draft that I created over at fellow SBNation site MockingtheDraft.com check it out. Gave use Quinton Coples and Dont'a Hightower.

CWP's 2 Round Mock Draft

Round 1   1.) Dolphins - via www3.pictures.zimbio.com Andrew Luck QB Stanford   2.) Colts - via www4.pictures.zimbio.com Matt Kalil OT USC   3.) Cardinals - via www4.pictures.zimbio.com Jonathan...

Hands Full


Look what I found on the first page of NFL.com...

Chargers CB Antoine Cason Replaced as the Starter, 2nd Round Pick Marcus Gilchrist Gets First Team Reps


Chargers fans are happy about this move, Gilchrist came in this year for Jammer and looked pretty good.(Charger fan described his play to be much like a young Jammer) Which means this is a bad thing for the Chiefs. This moves comes after Cason got burnt horribly for three touch downs in a loss to the Jets last week.

Why doesn't DJ cover Tight Ends?


Why doesn't DJ cover Tight Ends?

Its been bugging me, because I think he'd be good at it. Pretty sure its because of the scheme we run, but currently we don't really have anybody that can cover the best Tight Ends in the league at either Safety position or the other LB position.

Looking at the 2012 QB Class Part 1

via www2.pictures.zimbio.com Based off a post in yet another Luck thread(looks at Steve) I thought I'd take a look at the QB class as a whole, because their are others besides Luck. Of course I...

Greatest gif of all time?


Greatest gif of all time?


You know I've learned something today...

via www.watchcartoononline.com I was sitting at a friend's house last night, drinking, smoking and generally having a good time. Then we started talking about Fantasy Football, and the discussion...

Gabe Miller might be headed to IR


This sucks, I thought he was doing pretty well for himself after the first game.

Manny Lawson Signs with Bengals


Good signing for them, I know some Chiefs fans were interested in Manny as well so I thought I'd post this.

Jets Agree to Terms with CB Antonio Cromartie


Raiders miss out on another one.

CWP's 2012 Mock Draft

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Most/Least Burned Cornerbacks


No not Flowers, the other Brandon made the list in the Top 5 losing out to Routt and Revis for the top spot. Flowers was actually 11th on the list. Dubid made a thread about guys who can make the proverbial "jump" to the elite, Brandon Carr may just be one of those guys.

For all you Draft Prospect Watchers out there


Here's a Youtube account for this guy, who has uploaded a TON of 2012 prospect videos. You can't find them by searching on Youtube, and since you can never start to early thought I'd drop this link here.


Chiefs are the Clear Winners of the 2008 Draft

With this draft finally over its nice to look back at previous draft classes. When talking about the draft, the key thing to remember is that grading it right afterwards isn't smart. Its...


All AFC West Team

Long time Commenter, first time Poster so please go gentle on me :p.  Well its that time of the year again, the traffic slows down the News Stories Dwindle and we're stuck with stories about Shaun...

Flowers Gaining Recognition


On Yahoo Sports Doug Farrar lists Flowers as one of the ten most underrated players in the NFL. "Kansas City Chiefs DB Brandon Flowers(notes) – The Chiefs' defense has been a mess for the last few years; only endbacker Tamba Hali(notes) has been a consistent standout. But with the selection of safety Eric Berry(notes) in the first round this year, some real athleticism and game intelligence has found its way to Kansas City. Another player to watch is Flowers, who the Chiefs selected in the second round of the 2008 draft. While Flowers showed some impressive characteristics in his rookie season, he really matured in his second year. He tied with Cincinnati's Leon Hall(notes) for fifth in the NFL in passes defensed, and bumped his interception total from two to five. With Berry playing center field in that defensive backfield, Flowers' Pro Bowl potential may finally be unlocked." -Doug Farrar

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