2015 NFL Mock Draft: KC Chiefs Focused On Offense

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With the 2015 NFL Draft less than a month away everyone is putting out their mock draft’s, and we here at KC Kingdom are no different. My Co-Editor Leigh Oleszczak have been taking turns releasing a mock draft every week for the KC Chiefs. Last week Leigh was able to draft a good balance of offensive and defensive players focusing on skill positions early.

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This is my first mock draft featuring all ten of the KC Chiefs draft picks, and I used Fanspeak’s on the clock feature. Remember that the Chiefs only have the compensatory pick at the end of the fifth round because they traded their original fifth round pick to the New Orleans Saints for guard Ben Grubbs.

The KC Chiefs have had a busy off-season, and it has put them in a great position to do what they want in the draft which makes them very dangerous and unpredictable. They added Jeremy Maclin which means that wide receiver is no longer a desperate need, safety Tyvon Branch provides depth at the safety position with Ron Parker and Husain Abdullah, guard Paul Fanaika, and the previously mentioned Ben Grubbs to add meat to the offensive line.

The KC Chiefs also lost some key players in the off-season including Dwayne Bowe who joined the Cleveland Browns, center Rodney Hudson who joined the Oakland Raiders, defensive back Kurt Coleman who joined the Carolina Panthers, and tight end Anthony Fasano who joined the Tennessee Titans.

Without further ado lets take a look at how the Chiefs managed in my latest mock draft.

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