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Kansas City Chiefs
Top needs: S, ILB, OL, WR, NT, TE, CB, OLB
First round (5): S Eric Berry
Second round (36, 50): DT Terrence Cody, WR Eric Decker
Third round (68): LB Donald Butler
Fourth round (102): QB Mike Kafka
Summary: The Chiefs have the chance to do a lot with three picks inside the top 50 in a draft this deep, and they hit needs here (which is good, because arguably no team outside of Detroit has more). Berry is a star-in-waiting, and the comparisons to Ed Reed won't go away until he proves otherwise. Cody is as projectable a player as there is in the whole draft. He's the best true anchor for the 3-4 you can find on the entire board. Decker was hugely productive in college and is a physical type who will fight for the ball, and Butler should step in well as an inside linebacker in that scheme. Kafka is a competitor you can develop.
Wow. What a draft it would be if it could go down like this. Except throw out the QB pick. I don't even know who the hell he is. First we get the our playmaking Safety, then our NT who will make our linebackers look at least average, a very underrated WR who would be a great fit for us, and an ILB who could potentially start but he needs to add a little strength to his small frame. All in all you have to like what Kiper did here.