Kansas City Chiefs Rookie Class Making Scott Pioli Look Like a Genius

November 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If you can take yourself back to March of this year, you can vividly remember an Internet community full of mock drafts and college player rankings. Everybody was an expert and everybody knew what their team needed and who their team should draft.
For Chiefs fans, these mock draft’s were full of linebackers and nose tackles with a kick returner sprinkled in for the later rounds. The players that the Chiefs currently had playing the front seven positions were looked at as busts, past their prime, or mediocre with a dash of upside.
The offensive lineman where either considered aging or one dimensional Even after the Chiefs went out and signed a not so new center and guard in Ryan Lilja and Casey Weigmann, the experts still said that the Chiefs needed a true left tackle and repeated that Branden Albert was playing out of position and was the Chiefs' biggest liability.
The Chiefs front office might as well have looked at the national media and laughed in their face. Th...

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