Owl_orly

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NFL.com's Charles Casserly compares S Mark Barron to other safeties in the league, including Chiefs S Eric Berry.

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Charles Casserly discusses Alabama S Mark Barron going in Top 10 and lays out how his ranking of Barron compares to other highly selected Safeties throughout the league including Berry. "So, how high do you take a safety? That depends on how important the position is to your defense. If it is important, then Barron qualifies as a top-10 pick in this year's draft. Here is how I rate Barron against some highly regarded safeties taken in the top 15 of recent drafts when they were coming out of college ... Rated higher than Barron: • Eric Berry, 2010 draft, fifth pick (Kansas City): Better cover skills, could cover some receivers."

Vote for Matt Cassel as FedEX Air Player of the Week!

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"Chiefs QB Matt Cassel completed 21 of 29 passes for 257 yards and four touchdowns in the Chiefs' 28-24 win over the Indianapolis Colts. His 138.9 passer rating was the highest of the weekend." - NFL.com He faces stiff competition from Aaron Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger. Let's get our QB that award.

Croyle Reportedly Finds a Home

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"Former Kansas City quarterback Brodie Croyle is reportedly expected to sign with Arizona. The Chiefs had no plans to re-sign Croyle in the offseason. They are currently going with Tyler Palko and fifth-round pick Ricky Stanzi as Matt Cassel's backups." - Bill Williamson

ESPN 2010 NFL Playoff Machine

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We've heard of this by now, but just throwing this up here. According to this, the Chiefs have to win out to keep San Diego at bay...unless San Diego loses one...then we might be safe.

ESPN.com - John Clayton - Money matters in 2010 draft

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"Dominating defensive tackles can make an impact on good teams, but they don't always change the fate of bad teams. Former Steelers coach Chuck Noll built his Steel Curtain defense around Mean Joe Greene, but that team was loaded with Hall of Famers. Defensive tackles who go to bad teams can do only so much. The Seahawks got a Hall of Fame career from defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy, the third pick in the 1990 draft, but Seattle had only one playoff appearance during his great career. Glenn Dorsey, the fifth pick in the 2008 draft, didn't stop the downturn of the Kansas City Chiefs. Steve Emtman (Colts) and Dan Wilkinson (Bengals) were top picks, but they didn't turn around bad teams. The Cleveland Browns drafted Gerard Warren No. 3 in 2001, but the team struggled throughout the 2000s. That's why I predict the Rams will draft Bradford instead of Suh."

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