"I love former high school quarterbacks who make the move to wideout in college because they just have a real savvy about their game. Cobb’s a gifted short-area athlete who ran better at the NFL Combine than many expected — myself included — and knows how to create initial separation for himself. He’s an ideal slot receiver at the next level who can create mismatches inside, consistently get open vs. a two-way go and pick up yards after the catch." I agree that he is definitely a safe pick. But I also agree with Bunting's other assessments. Cobb is an excellent short area receiver. He'll also make for a terrific slot receiver. Unfortunately, the Chiefs need an outside the numbers receiver who can stretch the field. They need that type of guy for many different reasons. The first being: 1. The double team needs to be lifted off of Bowe. 2. The 8-man front needs to be lifted off of the running game. 3. The Chiefs need to make plays down field. They can't rely on double digit play drives every game.