Jax, Oakland, and Philly = All in play for no.1 overall (Smith)?


Outside his 40 time - his combine wasn't impressive. I've been hearing that Chris Weinke has been crucial in getting teams in need of a QB very interested in Smith , pre-draft. Supposedly Smith is showing video of Smith vs Russell Wilson and RGIII during their sessions at Weinke's training facility - IMG.

And all 32 teams are willing to listen to Weinke's insight. He stood behind Russell Wilson and tried to make anyone who would listen that Wilson was a viable starter.

Weinke sealed Cam Newton's fate as a viable no.1 overall pick. Weinke trained with Christian Ponder and Josh Freeman - both projected by experts to be 2nd round picks prior to the draft , both went mid-Round 1.

The Chiefs visiting with Lane Johnson isn't just for kicks....

More than likely Dorsey is wanting to make sure that 1 of the 3 - Joeckel, Johnson, or Fischer will be worth the difference of the trade down.

My gut says that the Eagles will offer the most and that if two trades are "even" Dorsey will trade to the Eagles so that the Raiders won't hurt us down the long haul with Smith.

Although Smith doesn't have the pedigree of RGIII , this QB is so weak that I'd highly doubt the Chiefs get anything less than two 2nds for the trade down. The Eagles & Jaguars have very aggressive ownership. Neither enjoy losing because they don't have the QB of the Future on the field.

If Kahn wasn't patient with Mularkey, I doubt he even has Blaine Gabbert's cell phone programmed into his book.

Vick re-negotatiating should mean little-to-nothing. Kelly's offense could take 2-3 years to really see it's full potential. Ownership has patience , but might not want to be patient to see if 2014 produces a QB that fits Kelly's offense. Kelly feels like Smith would be a great fit and will insist on this deal on draft day.

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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