The 2011 Arrowhead Pride Mock Draft continues with Matt Grbac choosing for the Kansas City Chiefs at No. 55...
Time for pick No. 2 for our beloved Kansas City Chiefs.
After locking down the anchor to our defense for years to come with Phil Taylor, let us continue building towards our ultimate goal. Being a defensive guy, I am very disappointed at the talent left at the Outside LB spot. A position I was very much going to consider at this 2nd round pick. I want the best possible talent for our team and I refuse to reach for a positional need.
So let us switch gears and look on the other side of the ball. Finishing the season ranked number 1 in rushing is such an unbelievable stat. What is even more unbelievable is that we finished 30th in passing yards per game. With the NFL rules heavily favoring QB's and WR's we HAVE to be better. With a lopsided offense it makes it easier to game plan for. Remember how the Ravens destroyed our passing game in the playoffs. Bowe was held without a catch and Cassel threw 3 picks, which ultimately led to our demise.
My final thought before my choice is: You cant bring a bunch of rusty knives to a gun battle...
Randall Cobb - WR Kentucky
- 5'10, 191lbs
- 40 yrd - 4.46
- Vert - 33 ½
- Last Season Stats - Rec - 84 Yards - 1017 TD - 7 55 rushes 424yrds 5TD 1 PR TD
Although not completing his eligibility, Cobb also posted outstanding career numbers during his three seasons with the Wildcats. He broke the UK all-time record for total touchdowns (37) and ranks fourth in career all-purpose yardage (4,674), fourth in career scoring (226 points), fifth in career pass receptions (144) and sixth in career receiving yardage (1,661). Cobb also earned a reputation as a clutch player. He scored the game-winning, come-from-behind fourth-quarter touchdown against five teams in his career - Arkansas in 2008; Louisville, at Auburn and at Georgia in 2009; and South Carolina in 2010.
03/25/2011 - Kentucky Pro day: In a league that craves versatility, Randall Cobb is rising on draft boards thanks to his jack-of-all-trades skill set. Cobb was one of 10 NFL hopefuls who worked out in front of representatives from 24 teams at Kentucky's pro day on March 10. The workouts were held indoors on FieldTurf. Standing at 5-foot-10 1/4 and 191 pounds at the combine, Cobb worked out with former NFL wideout and current Carolina Panthers offensive consultant Ricky Proehl, Cincinnati Bengals running back coach Jim Anderson, and New York Jets running backs coach Anthony Lynn. He's had three private workouts with another scheduled for this week. The teams have asked Cobb not to reveal who they are. Cobb kept all of the numbers from his impressive combine showing, and stuck with positional drills at Kentucky. With the ability to run the wildcat, line up at wide receiver, running back or as a special teams returner, Cobb is an elastic talent who may have punched his ticket to the second round next month. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com
The Pioli Pleasers...
Community Cats: Participated in events at Leestown Middle School (2008), Pine Meadows Healthcare (2008), Shriner's Hospital (2009, 2010), Cardinal Hill Hospital (2009), a youth football league (2009), Read Across America (2010), Relay for Life (2010) and the UK Hospital Dance Blue fundraiser (2010).
Won team awards as UK's Most Valuable Player, Most Outstanding Offensive Player and Most Inspirational Offensive Player.
"I tell NFL teams I'm willing to do anything -- play on special teams, be a gunner, whatever," Cobb said. "I love the game so much and have such a passion for the game, I just want to be on the field."
"If you put a ping-pong paddle in his hand, you're going to have to walk across the table and hit him in the mouth because he's going to compete with you," said Randy Sanders, who recruited Cobb to Kentucky and served as his offensive coordinator. "Teach him how to play tennis, and in a couple of weeks he's going to beat you on the tennis court. He's that kind of competitor.
Full Schedule & Results:
1. Carolina Panthers (ChiefsFan90s) - Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert
2. Denver Broncos (craig in calgary) - Clemson DE Da'Quan Bowers
4. Cincinnati Bengals (Dirty South Chiefs Fan) - Georgia WR A.J. Green
5. Arizona Cardinals (tmurawsk) - Texas A&M OLB Von Miller
6. Cleveland Browns (H2E) - Auburn DT Nick Fairley
7. San Francisco 49ers (Another Successful Tedford QB) - LSU CB Patrick Peterson
8. Tennessee Titans (ejr58) - Nebraska CB Prince Amukamara
9. Dallas Cowboys (IamtheGreatest) - Alabama DL Marcell Dareus
10. Washington Redskins (nmchief) - Alabama WR Julio Jones
11. Houston Texans (FalconMF27) - Missouri DE Aldon Smith
12. Minnesota Vikings (Raven Hawk) - USC OT Tyron Smith
13. Detroit Lions (Matt Hays) - Boston College OT Anthony Castanzo
14. St. Louis Rams (Sam D) - Illinois DT Corey Liuget
15. Miami Dolphins (YerganFlurgan) - Alabama RB Mark Ingram
16. Jacksonville Jaguars (GenericBrand) - Cal DE Cameron Jordan
17. New England Patriots (averagegatsby) - Temple DE Muhammad Wilkerson
18. San Diego Chargers (Chiefscafan58) - North Carolina DE Robert Quinn
19. New York Giants (flowers 24) - Florida C Mike Pouncey
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (PSUkegreen) - Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan
21. Kansas City Chiefs (Matt_Grbac) - Baylor NT Phil Taylor
22. Indianapolis Colts (saskwatch) - Wisconsin OT Gabe Carimi
23. Philadelphia Eagles (OnlyKCFanNVA) - Colorado OT Nate Solder
24. New Orleans Saints (The Other Patrick Allen) - Georgia DE/LB Justin Houston
25. Seattle Seahawks (Simon from KC) - TCU QB Andy Dalton
26. Baltimore Ravens (Ben S) - Colorado CB Jimmy Smith
27. Atlanta Falcons (stagdsp) - Ohio State DE Cameron Heyward
28. New England Patriots (averagegatsby) - UCLA LB Akeem Ayers
29. Chicago Bears (KillaCity107) - Mississippi State OT Derek Sherrod
30. New York Jets (bradelli58) - Wisconsin DE J.J. Watt
31. Pittsburgh Steelers (scottchief) - Baylor G Danny Watkins
32. Green Bay Packers (Aesthetist) - Iowa DE Adrian Clayborn
33. New England Patriots (averagegatsby) - Miami G Orlando Franklin
34. Buffalo Bills (Arrowdread) - Arizona LB Brooks Reed
35. Cincinnati Bengals (Dirty South Chiefs Fan) - FSU QB Christian Ponder
36. Denver Broncos (craig in calgary) - Oregon State DT Stephen Paea
37. Cleveland Browns (H2E) - Maryland WR Torrey Smith
38. Arizona Cardinals (tmurawsk) - Washington QB Jake Locker
39.Tennessee Titans (ejr58) - Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick
40. Dallas Cowboys (IamtheGreatest) - Texas CB Aaron Williams
41. Washington Redskins (nmchief) - Arkansas QB Ryan Mallet
42. Houston Texans (FalconMF27) - UCLA S Rahim Moore
43. Minnesota Vikings (ravenhawk) - Florida State G/C Rodney Hudson
44. Detroit Lions (Matt Hays) - Miami CB Brandon Harris
45. San Francisco 49ers (Another Successful Tedford QB) - Texas DE/LB Sam Acho
46. Denver Broncos (craig in calgary) - Notre Dame TE Kyle Rudolph
47. St. Louis Rams (Sam D) - Miami WR Leonard Hankerson
48. Oakland Raiders (mushin) - Penn State G/C Steve Wisniewski
49. Jacksonville Jaguars (GenericBrand) - Virginia CB Ras-I Dowling
50. San Diego Chargers (Chiefsfaninca58) - UNC DT Marvis Austin
51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (PSUkegreen) - Illinois LB Martez Wilson
52. New York Giants (flowers 24) - UNC LB Quan Sturdivant
53. Indianapolis Colts (saskwatch) - Iowa S Taylor Sash
54. Philadelphia Eagles (OnlyKCFanNVA) - Friday April 15th
55. Kansas City Chiefs (Matt_Grbac) - Kentucky WR Randall Cobb
56. New Orleans Saints (The Other Patrick Allen) - Monday April 18th
57. Seattle Seahawks (Simon from KC) - Monday April 18th
58. Baltimore Ravens (Ben S) - Monday April 18th
59. Atlanta Falcons (stagdsp) - Tuesday April 19th
60. New England Patriots (averagegatsby) - Tuesday April 19th
61. San Diego Chargers (Chiefsfaninca58) - Tuesday April 19th
62. Chicago Bears (KillaCity107) - Wednesday April 20th
63. Pittsburgh Steelers (scottchief) - Wednesday April 20th
64. Green Bay Packers (Aesthetist) - Wednesday April 20th