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2016 BRB NFL Mock Draft: With The 28th Pick, The Kansas City Chiefs Select...

The Chiefs have a handful of pronounced needs. What will they do with their first round pick?

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With the twenty-eighth (28th) pick of the 2016 BRB NFL Mock Draft, Señor Stan, on behalf of the Kansas City Chiefs, says...

When looking at the Chiefs' needs, there are several positions that would be a good choice here. Justin Houston is likely out for the year. They lost Sean Smith to hated a division rival. Dee Ford has been disappointing. Their top targets are CB, D-Line with pass rushing ability, and a potential rush OLB.

Considering they don't have a 3rd rounder due to tampering on the Jeremy Maclin deal, fake GM John Dorsey (a.k.a Señor Stan) needs to hit on this pick. They tried to woo the fake Broncos into a trade, but the Arrogant John Elway would not be denied.

A lack of depth and the league trending toward nickel coverage as a base package mean BPA and need intersect for them right now at CB.  That means the choice is down to either William Jackson III out of U of H or Mackensie Alexander from Clemson.

Mackensie Alexander had only 11 pass breakups and 0 interceptions from 2014-2015. Some would say that it is because he was so good that he was never challenged. Others would say it was because he never got to play against Brian Hoyer.

William Jackson III has the statistical edge, better length and measurables.

So with the 28th pick of the 2016 BRB Mock Draft, the Chefs of Kansas select William Jackson III (CB - University of Houston)

HovaFlow, you are on the clock for the Arizona Cardinals. Your pick has already been submitted and it will be announced at 2 pm CDT this afternoon.

1. Tennessee Titans--Laremy Tunsil (OT--Ole Miss)
2. Cleveland Browns--Joey Bosa (DE--Ohio State)
3. San Diego Chargers--Jalen Ramsey (CB/S--FSU)
4. Los Angeles Rams (via trade with the Dallas Cowboys)--Carson Wentz (QB--NDSU)
5. Jacksonville Jaguars--Myles Jack (LB--UCLA)
6. Baltimore Ravens--DeForest Buckner (DL--Oregon)
7. San Francisco 49ers--Jared Goff (QB--California)
8. Philadelphia Eagles--Vernon Hargreaves III (CB--Florida)
9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers--Ronnie Stanley (OT--Notre Dame)
10. New York Giants--Ezekiel Elliott (RB--Ohio State)
11. Chicago Bears--A'Shawn Robinson (DE/DT--Alabama)
12. New Orleans Saints--Sheldon Rankins (DT--Louisville)
13. Miami Dolphins--Eli Apple (CB--Ohio State)
14. Oakland Raiders--Jack Conlin (OT--Michigan State)
15. Dallas Cowboys (via trade with the Los Angeles Rams)--Noah Spence (DE/OLB--Eastern Kentucky)
16. Detroit Lions--Laquon Treadwell (WR--Ole Miss)
17. Atlanta Falcons--Darron Lee (LB--Ohio State)
18. Indianapolis Colts--Cody Whitehair (OG--Kansas State)
19. Buffalo Bills--Emmanuel Ogbah (DE--Oklahoma State)
20. New York Jets--Leonard Floyd (OLB--Georgia)
21. Washington Redskins--Corey Coleman (WR--Baylor)
22. Houston Texans--Vernon Butler (DT/DE--Louisiana Tech)
23. Minnesota Vikings--Josh Doctson (WR--TCU)
24. Denver Broncos (via trade with the Cincinnati Bengals)--Paxton Lynch (QB--Memphis)
25. Pittsburgh Steelers--Andrew Billings (DT--Baylor)
26. Seattle Seahawks--Taylor Decker (OT--Ohio State)
27. Green Bay Packers--Reggie Ragland (ILB--Alabama)
28. Kansas City Chiefs--William Jackson III (CB--University of Houston)
29. Arizona Cardinals--HovaFlow
30. Carolina Panthers--Vance87
31. Cincinnati Bengals (via trade with the Denver Broncos)--Summer of Watt