2013 NFL Mock Draft: Three Rounds


The Kansas City Chiefs have a big decision to make atop the 2013 NFL Draft but the focus shouldn’t totally be on the first pick.

Believe it or not, KC does have picks beyond No. 1 overall. The folks over at NFL Mocks know that and they have released a three-round mock draft.

With the first pick, the Kansas City Chiefs selected:

1. Kansas City Chiefs – Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M
According to reports, the Chiefs are down to four players for the number one pick, and you have to figure it’s four big men. Joeckel is certainly among the finalists, and he’s been a favorite for this pick for a while now, especially given Branden Albert’s situation.

It is hard to see this going any other way. It may be that the Chiefs decide to take Eric Fisher over Joeckel but it sure does seem like KC is leaning tackle. If Branden Albert is traded before the draft, well, you can pretty much head to Vegas and put some money down on KC to take a tackle.

I won’t spoil it the other two picks for you. You will have to head to NFL Mocks to see which players the Chiefs “selected.”

Be sure to head back here and let us know what you think of the mock.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/AmericanWolfx Michael Tavis

    There is no way Geno Smith slips that far. Just absolutely no way.

    • Jason Seibel

      Why?

      • http://www.facebook.com/AmericanWolfx Michael Tavis

        Because 9 out of the top 10 teams Detroit being the 1 excluded needs a QB. I know the QB carrousel just went around but you cant tell me Palmer is the QB of the future in Arizona. The Jets would be improved by drafting Geno Smith. The Steelers I think would consider him as a replacement of Big Ben who has had injury issues. Though if he does happen to slip out of the top 10 I could see a team trade back in to the 1st round to snag him well before he slips to 22.

        • Trevor Gooding

          Agreed Michael to many teams need a quarterback and there hoping to score with a possible franchise quarterback in Geno Smith.

          • http://www.facebook.com/AmericanWolfx Michael Tavis

            A team like the Steelers would be crazy to not take him if he slipped to them. He could learn behind big ben which is exactly what he needs.

          • KCMikeG

            None of the moves made by the Bills, Cards, faiders, brownies, or Jets will make them any better. They still need Geno or Barkley.

  • Arrowhead Magic

    How would we feel about taking Tyler Wilson in the 3rd round?

    • http://www.facebook.com/daniel.rice.313 Daniel Rice

      I would LOVE T. Wilson in the 3rd!

    • BigGil

      Rather see them take a chance on Peter Lalich in the 6th or 7th.

      • Larry Devore

        Who?

    • Danny W

      He has really small hands for a QB but I would risk a third in heart beat on the kid.

    • Kyle ferguson

      Hell ya!

  • Danny W

    Hey Patrick
    Mocks this time of year are a dime a dozen. I have a hard time seeing Geno Smith fall all the way to 22 and if he does the Rams drafting him seems even more unlikely. I think he goes way before then personally.
    I’m ready to see your mock though Allen bust it out! It’s time to spill the beans on what you think is going to shake down.

    • Johnny Ubben

      Agreed. There’s no way that no QB is taken before the 22nd pick.

  • http://www.facebook.com/shannon.michael.thompson Shannon Thompson

    Whatever they do, doesn’t matter if they end up picking 1st, 8th, or wherever. The first round pick has got to be a sure thing! The last 4 years we have seen TJax, Berry, J Bal and Poe. Poe might still pan out, though being drafted as high as he was, he should’ve came in and been an instant differance maker. Berry was a great pick. But any first round selections need to be able to come in and contribute immediately. T Jax Solid yes, did we get the return for taking him where he was drafted no. Same with Baldwin, he could still come around to be either decent or superstar, but thats not the type of pick a first rounder should be! Whatever it is, the player needs to come in and help right away, save the project picks for later rounds!

  • berttheclock

    Poster BigGil suggested Peter Lalich in the later rounds. FYI – Highly touted QB out of HS who turned down both Miami and Michigan and ended up starting as a Frosh for UVA. Six five, 235 pounds, who knows how to use his feet to set up and not just use his arm (One of the biggest knocks about Geno Smith is his poor footwork causes him to just throw with his arm). He can throw on the run and considers himself to be strong enough physically to withstand defensive hits. He has said he throws more like Marino. Now, for the reason few have heard of him. Alcohol problems led to his dismissal at UVA, so, he sat out a year in Corvallis awaiting his start with Oregon State. Another alcohol problem, DUI, led to his being booted, once again. He transferred to Califormia University of Pennsylvania, where he was able to not have to sit out and he played very well. The Chicago Bears have him in their spotlight as a possible backup and future bet behind Cutler. Late rounds or UFA.