2015 NFL Mock Draft: KC Chiefs Get A Steal In First Two Rounds

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Texas A&M Aggies offensive linesman Cedric Ogbuehi (70) – Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Yet another fantastic prospect was the best player available when the 49th pick arrived. Cedric Ogbuehi of Texas A&M would be a perfect fit in Kansas City due to the fact that the Chiefs need help on their offensive line.

The addition of Ben Grubbs will help, and Paul Fanaika as well, but they’re both guards. Ogbuehi is a tackle, and could be used right away. Ogbuehi has the ability to play both left tackle and right tackle, which is fantastic. Eric Fisher is currently the starter on the left side, and it seems as though Donald Stephenson would start on right.

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Fisher has struggled during his first two years in the league, and Stephenson rode the bench all season last year after being suspended for four games. Jeff Allen was injured early on in the season, which brought in Ryan Harris as the right tackle starter.

"NFL evaluators are very worried about Ogbuehi’s core strength and ability to anchor in pass protection, but some of his anchor issues could be improved with technique work — especially where his hands are concerned. He should be a plus run blocker, especially on stretch plays, but needs to add strength and work on technique if he is to reach his play potential. Ogbuehi’s bowl-game injury could hurt his draft standing, but his traits and potential might be able to keep him in the first round. – Lance Zierlein, NFL.com"

I’m not necessarily saying that Cedric Ogbuehi could be an immediate starter, but if Fisher stinks again in 2015, he very well could be the starter in 2016.

Also, a projected first round pick falling to pick 49? Can you say two steals in a row?

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