Curious about the technicality with the draft pick:
Was it 8 wins, or no better than 8-8 record??
Because I'm theorizing if it's purely about wins and not winning percentage, then an 8-0-8 record which adjusts to .750 winning percentage instead of .500......SF gets the best possible draft pick, Chiefs have dominant record, and all is right with the world.
It is a legit question actually because there is definitely the possibility of let's say an 8-7-1 record which would be worse than 8-8 if purely about draft position.
In all honesty, I am one of the few that wants to see Alex go as far as possible. A conditional 3rd as a worst case scenario is nothing to sneeze at whatsoever for what we already got for him. The difference between 8-8 and 11-5 draft pick in the 2nd round is not huge.
And if the Chiefs did an incredible 13-3 like we did in 2011, that would certainly be entertaining to see.
[ Edited by JTsBiggestFan on Jun 21, 2013 at 2:51 PM ]