Found May 04, 2012 on This Given Sunday:
Kansas City Chiefs: B The only part of the Chiefs' draft I truly didn't like was their selection of Dontari Poe at 11th overall. Poe was a bit of a wildcard going into the draft, with his draft stock fluctuating wildly between the end of the first round and the top 10. The Chiefs brought in two additional offensive linemen with their 2nd and 3rd round selections, beefing up a unit that looks to be very solid in 2012. The Chiefs' draft lacked the flash of some of the other teams drafting near the top end, but they got solid value for their picks. While I don't personally like Poe as a top 15 pick, there are a lot of guys out there that think he can be dominant in the NFL. That pick could come to define this year's draft for the Chiefs. San Diego Chargers: B Like the Chiefs before them, I penalized the Chargers significantly for their first round pick of Melvin Ingram with the 18th overall pick. Shea McClellin would have been, in my mind, better suited to give ...

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