WITH THE FIRST PICK IN THE DRAFT, THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS SELECT.... MG's Thoughts: Well, the Chiefs had a rough go at it in the first HK season of the release. Head Coach Sporty's team showed flashes here and there, but could just not win a game. In the process, they became just the second team in NFL History to go 0-16. Still, this team has a lot of good pieces. Running back Jamaal Charles is arguably the most talented back in the AFC. Still, he finished with a disappointing 899 rushing yards, falling short of many expectations for Charles to go well over 1k yards. One big reason was of course because the Chiefs were behind in a lot of games and had to throw the ball, but I think there needs to be a philosophy shift with this team. They need to run the ball a lot more. All that being said, they still have a major problem at QB. Matt Cassel threw 58 interceptions. Let that sink in a moment...58 interceptions. That is over three and a half interceptions a game. TERRIBLE. The obvious choice is QB here...but who? That, ladies and gentlemen....is the multi-million dollar question. MG's Pick: QB Caleb Brenton THEU Reasoning: This really isn't the draft a team in need of a franchise QB prays for when they get the #1 pick. That being said, there are a few reasons I think Kansas City puts all their eggs in Brenton's basket. 1. His size. This is a large man. Think Ben Roethlisberger minus the beer belly. He can take hits and stay healthy, and he can keep plays alive in and outside of the pocket because he is bigger than most linebackers. 2. His speed. The guy can run if he has to. Think Andrew Luck-like quickness. Having a QB who is mobile like this can really help a lot when plays break down. Add to that his size and this guy can be a real imposing ball carrier. 3. He is the only passable 1st round quarterback in this draft. Everyone knows that if it wasn't for an injury to USC QB McKenzie, Brenton wouldn't even be mentioned as a #1 overall pick. Still, the biggest glaring weakness to this team is their QB, and Brenton is unquestionably an upgrade from a talent stand-point over Cassel. People might call this a reach, but the pick makes sense and I think Kansas City needs to hit the reset button. No better way to do that then draft a QB with the #1 pick.