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Revisiting My 7-Round Mock, and Ideal Trade Scenarios Post

Trade Scenarios

11th Overall Pick To Cincinnati For 17th and 21st Overall Picks

No chart you could ever make could measure the worth of a pick, the true value of a pick comes in the players available. Thats why why early 1st Round picks have the most value, but at the same time this system that every member chooses to follow is severely flawed, because you can never measure the true value of a pick. If we have the 11th Overall Pick and Trent Richardson falls to that spot then our picks value increase exponentially. So that leads back to my point, you can't measure a pick by position but by players available. Our picks value increases exponentially also due to the fact that a rare guard talent in David DeCastro is available. Cincinnati's picks are less valuable to them than the chart that a guy posted would estimate due to the fact that the talented positional needs of their team would be scarce at that draft position, the fact that they could have more talent to choose from would be far more valuable to them than any chart could measure. So don't get caught up in values, because values cannot be measure just like the worth of a player cannot. Why do you think there are so many draft bust (cough*cough* Tyson Jackson).

Trade Matt Cassel and Our 2013 3rd Round Pick To Cleveland For Their 22nd, and 37th Overall Pick.

The Browns have pressing needs at QB that would be hard to address 22nd and 37th Overall due to the lack of talent at those positions. So a trade for Matt Cassel an immediate starter would prove both bold and lucrative for the future of our organization.

Trade Glenn Dorsey To The Indianapolis Colts For The 64th Overall Pick

The Colts are making the transition from a 4-3 Defense to a 3-4 Defense and they are in high demand for a DE that would complement that system, so trading Dorsey to the Colts for there 3rd Round Pick would be a lucrative move on our part. They gain a good run blocking end, and we get an extra 3rd round pick to draft more early round talent, so this move is very plausible and would be a bold move on our part.

Trade Ryan Lilja To The Arizona Cardinal For The 151st Overall Pick

Trade Andy Studebaker To The St. Louis Rams For The 171st Overall Pick

7-Round Mock

Round 1A - Dontari Poe

Round 2A - Cordy Glenn

Round 3A - Kelechi Osemele

Round 2A - Mohammed Sanu

Round 2B - Mike Adams

Round 3A - Russell Wilson

Round 3B - Alameda Ta'amu

Round 4 - Traded To The Detroit Lions For Sammie Lee Hill

Round 5A - Vontaze Burfict

Round 5B - Janzen Jackson

Round 6A - Akiem Hicks

Round 6B - Marcel Jones

Round 7A - Marquis Maze

Round 7B - Nicolas Jean-Baptiste

Revisit

Round 1A - Dontari Poe

Strength, Power, Explosiveness, and Athleticism are all the aspects of Poe's game that cannot be coached, when he develops deadly technique under our defensive line coach he will be 1 of the most explosive defensive linemen in the league. Picking him here is fully based on potential due to the fact that he hasn't produced on elite level in college. But when a player with the physical tools that Poe has you can't afford to over-look him. He has flaws in his technique but as we all know (maybe not all) technique is one of the only aspects of a players game that can be coached. He's more of a developmental pick but in a couple years under the tutelage of our Defensive Line coach we are looking at a force to be reckoned with, and versatile threat wreck havoc on opposing offenses.

2A - Cordy Glenn

Cordy Glenn currently is not the feared run-blocker that DeCastro is but he has the tools that could make almost as, if not more feared than DeCastro in the future. Glenn has alot of similarities to Carl Nicks and the comparison has been made by NFL Analyst, he has loads of potential.

Kelechi Osemele

Osemele is the true definition of a development pick and along with that he brings a very high window. This pick along with the pick of Glenn not only solidifies the interior offensive line for years to come, but it serves as the 1st step to make our Offense consistent and dynamic force to be reckoned. If Pioli really wants to build a Superbowl he will follow the blueprint I layed out, Draft the best Offensive and Defensive Linemen this year and Draft the best skill players the following years. Without a dominant Offensive and Defensive Line the Skill Players mean nothing, this game comes down to 1 big man vs. another big man (don't you forget it boy). Elite Offensive Linemen are responsible for Tom Brady's success and the Patriots multiple Superbowl wins, They are responsible for Drew Bree's record breaking season, They are responsible for Cam Newtons record breaking rookie season, and the list goes on. The value of great linemen cannot be measured they make or break games, if you watch every NFL game that has every been played and observe the stats you will notice that 9 out of 10 times the team with the most productive Offensive and Defensive Linemen reign (like me) victorious, this just points to their importance. So again their value cannot be measured. Osemele and Glenn are the future and that cannot be overlooked, if we draft them we are looking at 2 long term elite additions to the interior of the O-Line along with Rodney Hudson. We develop Osemele behind Asamoah for a couple years then we trade Asamoah for a 1st or 2nd round pick, so basically Osemele pays for himself.

Why These Picks And Scenarios Are Not Only Plausible But Can Become Reality

Even if the Bengals don't go for the trade we could up the deal we have plenty of player that would benefit their organization and we also have picks that could be exposed of to get the deal done. The whole point of setting that trade was to say that we are in prime position to make it, although my trade scenario was a bit flawed that doesn't take value from it. I write only from the perspective of me as the General Manager, I would get the deal done no matter what, unlike Pioli I realize that sacrifice is necessary for success, I have a business oriented mind and my mind translates well to the power position that is General Manager of a NFL team. Those who see my scenarios and trades as Madden-ish and unreal are those who lack the business intelligence and savvy to run an organization, the word impossible only comes from the mouths of losers and the incompetent. These deals can be made and that's the bottom line, the rest of the post will be spoken from my perspective at the GM position. With the Bengals trade, even if I would have to sweeten up the deal with Javier Arenas, Ryan Lilja, or Kendrick Lewis I would get it done, by any means necessary. That's what makes me successful, I get the job done. In the trade with the Browns that scenario is for the most part set, Matt Cassel provides an immediate starter at the quarterback position for their quarterback needy organization and the addition of a 2013 3rd Round Pick is the closer. I'm willing to sacrifice Matt for the betterment of the organization as a whole. Because as I said before sacrifice is needed for success. To me an elite quarterback is not as important as an elite offensive line, if I build an elite offensive line whoever plays behind it will play at an elite level so that would put me in position to play a rookie, or an aged veteran at the position until I find or develop a true long-term solution at the QB position.

Round 2A - Mohammed Sanu

Sanu would be a vicious slot receiver, the guy is a barbarian and that's a complement coming from me. He really excels at every aspect of a being a wide-receiver. He has some of the best hands that I have seen in this years draft, he breaks tackles and gets most of his yards after the catch, he is a threat to take it home every time he gets the ball, he takes his role as a bhttp://www.sbnation.com/admin/entries/edit/2681659?community_id=59#locker very seriously (as I said before he has laid some legendary hits on opposing defensive backs and linebacker), and most importantly he plays with heart on every play. Sanu is a beast, and he has the heart of a lion. If I was going to war I would feel good knowing that a guy like that is on my side and that's why he is so valuable.

Round 2B - Mike Adams

Mike Adams has the potential to be an elite blind-side protector. If you were to draw your ideal left tackle that drawing would look alot like Mike Adams. The monstrous reach, the un-matched athleticism, and the killer instinct that I along with countless others love. Like Dontari Poe, Adams lacks technique, but after 1-2 years of solid coaching in a NFL environment Adams will be ready to take the field and be a force to reckoned with. This pick is not a pick that automatically improves the 2013 roster but a pick that improves the 2015+ roster's.

Round 3A - Russell Wilson

Wilson is a future All-Pro quarterback and has had one of the most productive seasons out of all the players in this years draft. In my opinion Wilson outplayed Robert Griffin, he out classed Andrew Luck, and He out did more with way less. Wilson has drawn alot of criticism for his size and that may be a blessing in disguise. Wilson has played behind one of the NCAA's biggest Offensive Lines and produced on an elite level behind it, he's proven that he can make the big-plays, play tall in the pocket, and that he break away for the run. He is a steal in this round and he will be one hell of a professional football player. In 5 years I see Wilson outplaying Robert Griffin and Andrew Luck. Wilson is the real deal. Wilson was the nation's most efficient quarterback in 2011, earning a 191.78 QB rating, over 22 points higher than the next highest rated QB from a pro-style offense (Andrew Luck). Attempted 379 passes between interceptions, the longest streak in NCAA history. Again Wilson is the real deal and he did all this behind an Offensive Line that averaged 6'5 and 320 Pounds. Wilson is the best QB in this years draft hands down.

Round 3B - Alameda Ta'amu

^ I'm Going To Make A Change Here ^ (Dun-Dun-Dunn)

Round 3B - George Iloka FS

In this league you have to play to the strengths of your coaches 75% of the time while drafting new talent, and we just happen to have 1 of the best Defensive-Back coaches in the league with Emmitt Thomas. Under the tutelage of Thomas Iloka's potential is sky high. He has a very intimidating frame, and has the length and size to cover the bigger tight ends and wide-receivers that are becoming more popular in this league. He is a certified ball-hawk and will 10 out of 10 time get the interception if the ball is catch-able. He is a very hard worker and his presence will only make every body around him better. So he is an ideal pick at this position.

Round 4

Trading this pick to the lions for Sammie Lee Hill as a replacement for Glen Dorsey is a bold move and would be a great move for the betterment of the organization. Hill is a definite upgrade over Dorsey and he has the ability to not only anchor against the double team, but to slit the double team and get the sack.

Round 5A - Vontaze Burfict

I'm tired of all the Burfict crap, cut it. You don't measure a players worth by the way he speaks or communicates. You measure a player by the way he plays, and when it comes to his style of play Burfict is the linebacker that I've been the most impressed by. He plays like a madman, and when he plays he hunts. Burfict has the killer instinct that I deeply admire. So idgaf about his character issues, Burfict is a steal here and poses the least risk here.

Round 5B - Janzen Jackson

Again im playing to the strengths of my coaching staff. Under Thomas, Jackson's potential is sky high, and you can never have to many great cover and man defensive backs. This move along with Iloka is priming us to better handle Peyton Manning. This move is both logical and wise, Jackson lacks elite technique, but he is an elite athlete, when he develops technique under the tutelage of one of the best DB coaches in the league we are looking at an All-Pro FS, or CB.

Round 6A - Akiem Hicks

With Hicks im priming Tyson Jackson's replacement, Jackson has yet to produce on a high level and I'm looking to put the heat on him. With this pick im sending a message to T-Jax, If you don't step up or take a pay-cut we are prepared to part ways. Hicks is one of the most versatile athletes in this years draft, he can play NT, he can play DT, and he can play DE, that's a testament to his power, explosiveness, and athletic ability. Hick's is the real deal and has alot to offer to the future of this organization. He's a certified beast.

Round 6B - Marcel Jones

^ I'm Going To Make A Change Here ^ (Dun-Dun-Dun-Dunn)

Round 6B - Nicolas Jean-Baptiste NT

Nicolas is a great run-stuffer and eats double teams for breakfast, he may very well be the only true Nose-Tackle in this years draft. The thing that impressed me most about Jean-Baptiste is his elite work-ethic, he works hard to get better everyday and that ability to push the limits has produced all the NFL Greats. Baptiste is the real deal and he could step in off the back because he has the work-ethic to beat the learning curve. He's a solid option in this round.

Round 7A - Marquis Maze

^ I'm Going To Make A Change Here ^ (Dun-Dun-Dun-Dun-Dunn)

Round 7A - Cody Johnson FB

Johnson is a ferocious blocker, he never shy's away from contact. He can serve as a power-back, and he always brings the heat. Johnson adds a solid addition to a strong positional need of our roster, we need a full back due to McClain's departure. So drafting Johnson at this position would be a great move.

Round 7B - Nicolas Jean-Baptiste

^ I'm Going To Make A Change Here ^ (Dun-Dun-Dun-Dun-Dun-Dunn)

Round 7B - Mike Ball RB

With the addition of Peyton Hillis a balanced back who can run inside and break tackles, and a back that can be threat to take it home on every touch would pay major dividends. Mike Ball is that guy, he would bring a multi dimensional running game to our system. Ball has character concerns due to his recent release from Nevada, but with his level of talent and potential he would be a solid choice to make with this pick, he poses little risk and offers major rewards being drafted at this spot. The things that I respect and admire about Ball is his work-ethic, and his motivating personality. He makes it his goal to outwork every one else, and he motivates his teammates. He makes his teammates better, and that's why he worth the small risk at this position.

UDFA

Nelson Rosario

Robert T. Griffin

Lavasier Tuinei

Josh Chichester

Why I Changed The Alameda Ta'amu Pick

There's a 2013 Draft Prospect that has caught my eye. That player's name is T.J. Barnes, Nose-Tackle, Georgia Tech, 6'6, 345 Pounds. He clogs the middle and is a force in the middle, he has 1 year of development left and he is going to be force on draft boards.

2013 Roster

Offense

Left-Tackle

Brandon Albert, Eric Winston, Mike Adams

Left-Guard

Cordy Glenn, Jon Asamoah

Center

Rodney Hudson

Right-Guard

Jon Asamoah, Kelechi Osemele, Robert T. Griffin

Right-Tackle

Eric Winston, Mike Adams, David Mims

Wide-Receiver

Johnathan Baldwin, Steve Breaston(Traded 2013), Nelson Rosario

Tight-End

Tony Moeaki, Kevin Boss

Running-Back

Jamal Charles, Peyton Hillis, Dexter McCluster, Mike Ball

Quarterback

Brady Quinn, Ricky Stanzi, Russell Wilson

Full-Back

Owen Schmitt(Signed), Shane Bannon, Cody Johnson

Wide-Receiver

Dwayne Bowe, Mohammed Sanu, Lavasier Tuinei

Defense

RDT

Sammie Lee Hill, Wallace Gillbery(Traded 2014), Brandon Bair, Dontari Poe

Nose-Tackle

Kelly Greg, Jerrell Powe, Nicolas Jean-Baptiste, Dontari Poe

LDT

Tyson Jackson, Sammie Lee Hill, Allen Bailey, Akiem Hicks

ROLB

Tamba Hali, Cameron Sheffield

RILB

Derrick Johnson, Corey Greenwood

LILB

Jovan Belcher, Vontaze Burfict

LOLB

Justin Houston, Cameron Sheffield

Free-Safety

Kendrick Lewis, Donald Washington, George Iloka

Strong Safety

Eric Berry, Donald Washington, Kyle McCarthy

RCB

Stanford Routt, Javier Arenas, Janzen Jackson

LCB

Brandon Flowers, Travis Daniels

2015 Roster (Impossible To Be Accurate, But I'll Just Add The Players In My Draft

Offense

Left-Tackle

Mike Adams, Brandon Albert

Left-Guard

Cordy Glenn, Robert, T. Griffin

Center

Rodney Hudson

Right-Guard

Kelechi Osemele, Jon Asamoah

Right-Tackle

Eric Winston, Brandon Albert

Wide-Receiver

Johnathan Baldwin, Nelson Rosario

Tight-End

Tony Moeaki, Kevin Boss

Running-Back

Jamal Charles, Peyton Hillis, Dexter McCluster, Mike Ball

Quarterback

Russell Wilson, Ricky Stanzi, Brady Quinn

Full-Back

Cody Johnson, Shane Bannon

Wide-Receiver

Mohammed Sanu, Lavasier Tuinei

Defense

RDT

Sammie Lee Hill, Dontari Poe

Nose-Tackle

T.J Barnes, Nicolas Jean-Baptiste, Jerrell Powe

LDT

Dontari Poe, Akiem Hicks, Sammie Lee Hill, Allen Bailey

ROLB

Tamba Hali, Cameron Sheffield

RILB

Derrick Johnson, Corey Greenwood

LILB

Vontaze Burfict, Manti Te'o, Jovan Belcher

LOLB

Justin Houston, Cameron Sheffield

Free-Safety

George Iloka, Kendrick Lewis, Donald Washington

Strong Safety

Eric Berry, Donald Washington, Kyle McCarthy

RCB

Stanford Routt, Janzen Jackson, Javier Arenas

LCB

Brandon Flowers, Travis Daniels

I'm dis-appointed that so many Arrowhead Pride members lack the knowledge that nothing is impossible, everything is achievable and that I'm really making post to better the idealism of the fans so that we can make real change within the organization. I'm a passionate businessman and I'm good at what I do, and if I wasn't passionate about the Chiefs Organization I wouldn't be here spending my free-time making these fan post, I don't wanna dis-respect anybody, all I ask is that you read and reply to my post with an open mind. Really I hold no grudge against nobody on here, I'm just here to share my idealism, and I only want to receive the same respect that I dish out. I only appreciate constructive criticism, I don't appreciate idiotology and I don't respect it. Only god can judge. Peace.........

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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