Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Kansas City’s Top 3 Picks

April 14, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey scored big when he addressed the team's biggest needs in wide receiver and offensive linemen earlier this offseason. With wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and guards Paul Fanaika and Ben Grubbs on board, Kansas City is bound to improve after a solid draft.
When you consider the fact that Dorsey tackled some big holes and has 10 draft picks, the Chiefs have plenty of room to be versatile in this year's draft. Even better, the Chiefs own four picks in the top 100 selections, drafting at No. 18, 49, 80 and 98. 
The Chiefs still need some help at a couple of spots on the offensive line, more specifically at center and maybe right tackle, depending on what Dorsey wants to do with Donald Stephenson and Jeff Allen.
While Alex Smith does have Maclin, tight end Travis Kelce and some good running backs to throw the football to, Kansas City also needs another pass-catcher. A No. 2 wide receiver or even a No. 2 tight end would benefit t...

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