Originally Posted by nepg
You put a competent QB with a competent coaching staff into the situation in KC, where they have 3-4 (maybe even 5) receivers that are at least pretty good, a good OL, a great RB, and a good TE situation and there's low chance for failure.
This is exactly
why I'd rather nab a QB at #33 if I'm the Chiefs. There's half a dozen who fit that description in this draft. I'm having a really hard time reconciling the fact that I'm in no way blown away by him as a prospect but think it makes sense for him to go first overall.