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Crazy49er1313's Analysis Season in Review, 30 teams done, waiting on Seattle and Denver. Good stuff.

http://pigskinprospects.com/team-needs-analysis/
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Bump.

Crazy49er1313's Analysis Season in Review, 30 teams done, waiting on Seattle and Denver. Good stuff.

http://pigskinprospects.com/team-needs-analysis/

All due respect, but that's a rather poor KC summary.

Fisher was always going to be the future at LT, but he will have competition from young Donald Stephenson.. who has shown starter potential at either OT spot.

OG Schwartz may just as likely re-sign with KC.

KC draft a RB? No. They drafted Knile Davis in the 3rd rd, and he was very impressive down the stretch. If they draft a RB at all, it will be very late.

Must draft a TE? No. Fasano, Kelce, and McGrath make a very solid trio of 1,2,3 at TE. Now, if there is great medical concern, and a TE is too good to pass up? That's fine... but they are not at all obligated to address TE.

Top needs for KC = FS, WR, DE, OG.... need a sprinkle of promising depth at OL, rush LB, ILB, and CB. KC may be best served n trading back a short way from #23 and adding picks.
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
All due respect, but that's a rather poor KC summary.
Understandable, not a highly in-depth analysis. Focused on a synopsis and possible changes based on performance and effort throughout the season.

Fisher was always going to be the future at LT, but he will have competition from young Donald Stephenson.. who has shown starter potential at either OT spot.

OG Schwartz may just as likely re-sign with KC.
Of course Fisher is set for LT, I was merely stating Fisher's presence will help the transition of the losses of Alberts/Schwartz.
I don't see KC spending enough to resign both Schwartz and Alberts, money will get put into resigning Asamoah, being the better run-blocker.

KC draft a RB? No. They drafted Knile Davis in the 3rd rd, and he was very impressive down the stretch. If they draft a RB at all, it will be very late.
Which is what I stated with saying Gaffney, Redd, and Smith late, meaning 5th-7th rounds. Committees will keep Charles healthy, and there may be another game where they lose Chrales and Davis in a series, and you want to trust Cyrus Gray?
Also, Gaffney and Redd will get those 4th and short/goal line punishments to keep Charles healthy through Week 17.
Must draft a TE? No. Fasano, Kelce, and McGrath make a very solid trio of 1,2,3 at TE. Now, if there is great medical concern, and a TE is too good to pass up? That's fine... but they are not at all obligated to address TE.

Top needs for KC = FS, WR, DE, OG.... need a sprinkle of promising depth at OL, rush LB, ILB, and CB. KC may be best served n trading back a short way from #23 and adding picks.
TE is definitely a huge need, especially with Alex Smith at QB. He has ALWAYS had a TE, and as Fasano, Kelce, and McGrath stepped in, Alex has some success. Alex, though, had MUCH more success with a Vernon Davis/Delanie Walker type. Yes, Charles helps with that, but could use Amaro/Ebron/ASJ to boost the offensive talent immediately.

As for top needs, it looks like QB is the only position you don't feel they need. I made sure to mention in the beginning of the article the key for KC is depth, and that is what you seem to be saying is top needs.

For trading, can be possible for teams looking for Top CBs.
Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:

I don't see KC spending enough to resign both Schwartz and Alberts, money will get put into resigning Asamoah, being the better run-blocker.

See, I am confused on why you would even say such a thing. I mean, Honestly, it is better to just state plainly that you don't know. Asamoah lost his starting job... because he sucks.. no way KC bothers to re-sign him. He will crawl off to some other team and be overpaid by those that simply look at his name.


Which is what I stated with saying Gaffney, Redd, and Smith late, meaning 5th-7th rounds. Committees will keep Charles healthy, and there may be another game where they lose Chrales and Davis in a series, and you want to trust Cyrus Gray?

That just sounds like backtracking.. side-stepping... whatever you want to call it.. back-pedaling is probably the word. I know I am coming off like an arse... and I am an arse... but I don't mean to make it all about something... but just mentioning that KC needs a RB at all is probably not wise and accurate. Like said, KC has a good #2 in Davis, and they signed Joe McKnight as their #3 and potential KR.


TE is definitely a huge need, especially with Alex Smith at QB. He has ALWAYS had a TE, and as Fasano, Kelce, and McGrath stepped in, Alex has some success. Alex, though, had MUCH more success with a Vernon Davis/Delanie Walker type. Yes, Charles helps with that, but could use Amaro/Ebron/ASJ to boost the offensive talent immediately.

Again.. this comes back to injury assessment. Fasano is very solid and they paid him an average of 4 mil a year. They drafted Kelce early... McGrath was an excellent #3 that stood out as a very good #1-2 when needed. KC could flood the TE position, sure... but "a huge need" is BS.


As for top needs, it looks like QB is the only position you don't feel they need. I made sure to mention in the beginning of the article the key for KC is depth, and that is what you seem to be saying is top needs. For trading, can be possible for teams looking for Top CBs.

Don't even know what this is about... Just forget it. Instead of just owning the situation by saying you really didn't have a grasp of their situation, you went further to defend. So this is important for you.... so I say, fine... you win.. you were right all along. Carry on...
Lol, I wasn't denying I may not have grasped the situation in KC, you probably were right and I could've been better Mr.Mcgibblets. I actually appreciate the feedback so I can get better at making these analyses, so any more insight would be appreciated on my other posts .

I replied to your original post not to say "you're wrong, I'm right and I know EVERYTHING", I was just trying to give you my reasoning (hard to fit in everything when you're writing up for all 32 squads) and that can be debated, such as the Asamoah statement. Okay, based on his numbers and rushing while he was in showed talent, which will allow for more suitable fit/contract. Schwartz/Alberts want BIG contracts, and KC is not gonna throw money out to them with Fisher picked last year to be LT and even if you don't like Asamoah, there is huge depth at OG this upcoming draft.

Also, I have a personal anti-Fasano thing, so I may have put that into play. But when you recall the likes of Pascoe/Bynham receiving for Alex in SF, they were very mediocre, who I associate with the similar skill set of Fasano and even McGrath (big run blocker with hands). Everyone was clamoring the need for TE last season enough for begging the Chiefs to trade for Gonzalez, so why not grab a TE with the talent of Amaro/Seferian-Jenkins who create matchup NIGHTMARES? Pair one of them with Kelce and talk about a dangerous offense for Reid to play with.
Good article by Zachary from here, on Top 10 prospects player comparisons.

http://pigskinprospects.com/comparing-top-10-prospects-nfl-players/
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Good article by Zachary from here, on Top 10 prospects player comparisons.

http://pigskinprospects.com/comparing-top-10-prospects-nfl-players/

Definitely a great Article! Two questions:

1. How is Watkins health overall? I assume he meant the comparisons to Harvin talent-wise, but does he have the same health issues? Bad hammy? Knees?

2. Is Benjamin really that talented? I know he has the measurables, but does he have Fitzgerald/Johnson's production? Didn't watch much of him at FSU, worried he may be a "Jon Baldwin"esque WR [great size, lacks production], but if I can be educated on his real talent I'd be very appreciative
(That and if he has that potential, he'd be killer to have, though my combine crush is Cook from Oregon State)
Bump guys. Site updated with Player Pages for prospects.

Also OnTheClock has added in some 20 or so scouting reports that he wrote up.
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Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Bump guys. Site updated with Player Pages for prospects.

Also OnTheClock has added in some 20 or so scouting reports that he wrote up.

Originally posted by AB81Rules:
Bump guys. Site updated with Player Pages for prospects.

Also OnTheClock has added in some 20 or so scouting reports that he wrote up.

checking it out NOW!
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