The last rumour I saw about the second round draft pick in this year's draft was that it would take at least 2 #1's and something else, like a 3 this year, or a second next year. Pioli wants to get Khalil badly but will not give up all those draft picks. How about 2 starter's instead of picks? The Ram's would eat that up depending on the starter's. Remember, in this scenario we do NOT give our first pick as part of this transaction.
OK, Dorsey gets traded and makes the D-line for the Ram's. But the sweetener to this deal is somebody not currently on our roster, but the Chief's own his rights, namely Brandon Car. So we have to franchise Carr, not Bowe, and trade his rights along with Dorsey, and get the #2 overall. The problem with franchising Carr is obvious, we cannot tag Bowe with it. Also we have the eleventh or twelfth depending on a coin flip.
We can argue why Carr and not Bowe all day long, but the bottom line to me is Bowe is a #1 WR, and Carr is the #2 CB. Also Bowe makes scoring plays far more often than Carr. By the way Carr had scoring opportunities but couldn't handle the ball. Then you think about it some more and the offense is already weak, why weaken it any more? Bottom line, I like Carr where he is, but Bowe is vital to the team and Carr is not.
So we're minus 2 starters from defense, a former fifth overall and a fifth rounder for the second overall. That is a huge price to surrender for 1 untested rookie. Belay that, 2 rookies because our first is still in our possession. That gives us 2 #1's come April. OOPS, Scotty throws a curveball and takes RG# with the #2 overall and the OT Rieff with our second #1. Quite sudden like we have an offense being dangerous!
If you been watching the playoffs, you see that the teams making BIG plays are the ones winning. So at the sacrifice of the Defense, we get an offense that can score and win ball games. That's right, I did an abrupt 180 degree turnabout on RG3. With the rules as they are, a QB is a must. Pioli gets one and a top OT too. Go Chief's!!!