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Package Deals or Instant Offense

There are a lot of QB's to sort through for the Kansas City Chiefs this coming off-season. Do any particular QB's bring coat-tails in political jargon.

We all know some of them bring baggage from college to the pro level. I thought it might be interesting to see what these particular future NFL QB's might bring with them as Package Deals.

Some of these packages have the roles reversed where a position player is superior to the QB. Combining their abilities in the Pro's (Think Andrew Luck and Coby Fleener for the Colts) might be a great way to ease them into professional football.

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via 1.bp.blogspot.com

Tyler Wilson - Arkansas (#49 in Total Offense)

  • Cobi Hamilton
  • Chris Gragg TE
  • Knile Davis RB
  • Dennis Johnson RB

Tyler Bray - Tennessee (#22 in Total Offense)

  • Justin Hunter
  • Cordarrelle Patterson
  • Da'Rick Rogers

Tajh Boyd - Clemson (#4 in Total Offense)

  • DeAndre Hopkins
  • Brandon Ford TE
  • Andre Ellington RB

Geno Smith - WVU (#27 in Total Offense)

  • Tavon Austin
  • Stedman Bailey

Matt Barkley - USC (#26 in Total Offense)

  • Robert Woods
  • Silas Redd RB

Landry Jones - Oklahoma (#30 in Total Offense)

  • Kenny Stills
  • Jaz Reynolds

Ryan Nassib - Syracuse (#23 in Total Offense)

  • Alec Lemon
  • Marcus Sales

AJ McCarron - Alabama (#40 in Total Offense)

  • Michael Williams TE
  • Eddie Lacy RB

Matt Scott - Arizona (#6 in Total Offense)

  • Dan Buckner

Logan Thomas - Va Tech (#60 in Total Offense)

  • Marcus Davis

Aaron Murray - Georgia (#24 in Total Offense)

  • Tarvarres King

EJ Manual - FSU (#12 in Total Offense)

Mike Glennon - NC State (#43 in Total Offense)

Zak Dysert - Miami (Ohio) (#74 in Total Offense)

Seth Doege - Texas Tech (#11 in Total Offense)

Derek Carr - Fresno State (#21 in Total Offense)

Would it be worth multiple picks to make our new QB more comfortable in the offense?

Go Chiefs

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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