1. Cyrus Gray or Shaun Draughn?
I went with Gray in my Chiefs 53-man roster projection but you can make a case for Draughn as well. In fact, up until Thursday's game against Green Bay, Draughn seemed like the pick here.
2. Who are the final two receivers?
I'm pretty sure Devon Wylie will make it, so maybe this question is really who is the final receiver.
3. Is the offensive line already set?
I think so.
4. A.) What's up with Tony Moeaki? and B.) What to do at tight end?
Moeaki's situation affects this. He has a shoulder fracture and should miss about 12 weeks, which is a long time. The Chiefs can place him on IR at the cut down deadline, which would count as one of the cuts and free up a roster spot. If the Chiefs keep Moeaki on the roster, then I wonder if they're going to use the IR-designated to return on him. You can't use that until Wednesday so the Chiefs would have to hold him on the roster until then.
So then. You take care of Moeaki -- he's either on IR or IR-designated to return, but he's no longer on the active roster. What's next at tight end?
Anthony Fasano and Travis Kelce are in. So is it Kevin Brock or Demetrius Harris? Let's face it, we don't know a whole lot about either of them but Harris has a unique story so we gravitate towards him. I picked Brock, but this could easily go either way.
5. Picking between Marcus Dixon, Anthony Toribio, Mike Catapano and Austen Lane
Pick two among those four. I kept Dixon and Toribio on that list.
6. One linebacker spot
7. The safety question
The first three are the ones that you'll have a tough time choosing from. Sanders Commings hasn't done anything but the Chiefs may not cut a fifth round pick.