NFL D-Leagues: The Pros
Building a Prospect Farm System
Rarely do the MLB and the NFL enter the same conversation. With developmental leagues, however, Dayton Moore has made it a fact of professional baseball.
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With his farming system, building up potential prospects to starting lineup potential is the name of the game. A team like the Royals that usually can not spend much on top prospects in the league makes and “farms” their own.
Right now the Chiefs have potential farming prospects that could use a few D-league seasons. Even though Knile Davis will most likely be dropped or traded sooner than later, he would be a prime candidate for said system.
Also considering the many quarterback talks the Chiefs are getting right now, they could maximize their future options with a quarterback farm in the developmental leagues. No matter what position, there are positives everywhere.
Just adding a farm system component to a team creates serious value.
So, what do you think? Is a NFL D-league a positive addition to professional football? If you do believe that, good luck convincing the NFL to buy into your idea. Even though you probably can not get the NFL to listen to you, you have a great set of ears right here at KC Kingdom in the comments section. So type away!