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2008 draft again?


I'm starting to think that this years draft is going to be similiar to the 2008 draft. In 2008 we got Glenn Dorsey, Branden Albert, Jamaal Charles and Brandon Flowers. Those four look like they could all become very good players in the NFL. In 2008 the chiefs had 3 of the first 50 picks. In 2010, the chiefs will again have 3 of the first 50.

In 2008, Glenn Dorsey, a DT, was considered one of the top prospects of the draft and some thought he could even go number 1. When he fell to the chiefs pick at number 5 it was considered a steal for the chiefs, In 2010 another DT, Ndamukong Suh is amongst the top 5 prospects if not number 1. But small ripples are now making it possible that he could fall all the way to the chiefs at number 5, with some saying that if he does, the chiefs cannot pass up on him. De ja vu? Could the same thing in 2008 happen again in 2010. In my opinion, I'm starting to think that it is almost certain that Suh will fall to the chiefs. My reasoning is:

1) St Louis. With no FA QB's to pick from and no starting  caliber QBs on the roster, the Rams have to take Bradford or Clausen.

2) Detroit. Matt Stafford was out too much last year due to the beating's he took thanks to his woeful offensive line. They have to take Okung or Stafford will never make it.

3) Tampa Bay. They need a DT. However Gerald McCoy is only a little less talented than Suh and fits their system better

4) Washington. They've got Donavon McNabb. They lost Chris Samuels. The Offensive line was horrible with Samuels. The only option is OT

 Wether or not the chiefs take him, that i'm not so sure about. What do you think AP. Will Suh be their and if so, will we take him?

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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