NFL Chief's Ratings Based on Madden NFL 10 and New Players

I am writing this to show how the Chief's team will look in 2010, and what direction they may go in the draft.  I have gone though and put the ratings of all starter and important backups at positions that the Chiefs will look to upgrade in the draft.  I did not do QB, RB, P, and K as they will not be replacing the starter or upgrading the backup.   I also left the TE off, because they used four of them last year.  Each TE had his specialty that he did.  Who knows what will happen with the TE.  I understand that the players will have new ratings in Madden NFL 2011, but this will give a good ballpark estimate. 
 

Offensive Line PositionName
Rating
LG  Ryan Lilia
 82
 CCasey Wiegmann
 87
 LTBrandon Albert
 79
 LGBrian Waters
 85
 RTRyan O'Callaghan
 80
Offensive Line Average
82.6
 
Defensive Line Position
NameRating
 LE Tyson Jackson
 76
 RE Glenn Dorsey
 78
 DT Ron Edwards
 74
 DT Shawn Smith
 78
 Defensive Line Average
76.5
 
Line Backer Position
NameRating
 LOLB Mike Vrabel
82
 MLB Demorrio Williams
 74
 MLB Cory Mays
 71
 MLB Derick Johnson
 76
 ROLB Tamba Hali
 78
 Line Backer Average
  76.2
 
Corner Back Position
NameRating
 CB Brandon Carr
 72
 CB Brandon Flowers
 85
 CB Maurice Leggett
 61
 CB Donald Washington
 63
 Corner Back Average
  70.25
 
Safety Position
NameRating
 S Jarrad Page
77
 S Dajuan Morgan
 65
 S Jon McGraw
 66
 Safty Average
  69.3
 
Wide Receiver
NameRating
 WR Dwayne Bowe
85
 WR Chris Chambers
 79
 WR Terrance Copper
 66
 WR Jerheme Urban
 70
 Wide Receiver Average
  75
 
Many of the draft experts have the Chiefs taking a OL with there first pick.  But, at an 82.6 average, the OL is the strongest of the positions of need.  After looking over the list, the first pick needs to be on the deference.  The only offensive position that needs to be looked at in the first three rounds is WR.  The D-line is in need of an upgrade.  No one on the line is rated over 80.  It does not matter how good the rest of your team is, if the QB has all day to find a man.  Both stating CB are good, but the Chiefs must find a guy to play the nickle.  The backup / nickle CB's are both is the low 60's.  With more teams spreading out the office, the 3rd corner is more important.  Safety is a must upgrade in the first two rounds.  Page is not bad, but the others stink.  McGraw may not even be back with the team.  With three picks in the first two rounds, the Chiefs can do a lot to fix there team.  With tow of the first three picks the Chiefs need to draft a S and a DT.  With the reaming pick and the pick in the 3ed, the Chiefs need a sure handed WR and a CB.  A solid tackling MLB will also be in consideration, but if the DL is upgraded with a stud DT, the LB's will be much better. 
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Posted by killerjt

I am writing this to show how the Chief's team will look in 2010, and what direction they may go in the draft.  I have gone though and put the ratings of all starter and important backups at positions that the Chiefs will look to upgrade in the draft.  I did not do QB, RB, P, and K as they will not be replacing the starter or upgrading the backup.   I also left the TE off, because they used four of them last year.  Each TE had his specialty that he did.  Who knows what will happen with the TE.  I understand that the players will have new ratings in Madden NFL 2011, but this will give a good ballpark estimate. 
 

Offensive Line PositionName
Rating
LG  Ryan Lilia
 82
 CCasey Wiegmann
 87
 LTBrandon Albert
 79
 LGBrian Waters
 85
 RTRyan O'Callaghan
 80
Offensive Line Average
82.6
 
Defensive Line Position
NameRating
 LE Tyson Jackson
 76
 RE Glenn Dorsey
 78
 DT Ron Edwards
 74
 DT Shawn Smith
 78
 Defensive Line Average
76.5
 
Line Backer Position
NameRating
 LOLB Mike Vrabel
82
 MLB Demorrio Williams
 74
 MLB Cory Mays
 71
 MLB Derick Johnson
 76
 ROLB Tamba Hali
 78
 Line Backer Average
  76.2
 
Corner Back Position
NameRating
 CB Brandon Carr
 72
 CB Brandon Flowers
 85
 CB Maurice Leggett
 61
 CB Donald Washington
 63
 Corner Back Average
  70.25
 
Safety Position
NameRating
 S Jarrad Page
77
 S Dajuan Morgan
 65
 S Jon McGraw
 66
 Safty Average
  69.3
 
Wide Receiver
NameRating
 WR Dwayne Bowe
85
 WR Chris Chambers
 79
 WR Terrance Copper
 66
 WR Jerheme Urban
 70
 Wide Receiver Average
  75
 
Many of the draft experts have the Chiefs taking a OL with there first pick.  But, at an 82.6 average, the OL is the strongest of the positions of need.  After looking over the list, the first pick needs to be on the deference.  The only offensive position that needs to be looked at in the first three rounds is WR.  The D-line is in need of an upgrade.  No one on the line is rated over 80.  It does not matter how good the rest of your team is, if the QB has all day to find a man.  Both stating CB are good, but the Chiefs must find a guy to play the nickle.  The backup / nickle CB's are both is the low 60's.  With more teams spreading out the office, the 3rd corner is more important.  Safety is a must upgrade in the first two rounds.  Page is not bad, but the others stink.  McGraw may not even be back with the team.  With three picks in the first two rounds, the Chiefs can do a lot to fix there team.  With tow of the first three picks the Chiefs need to draft a S and a DT.  With the reaming pick and the pick in the 3ed, the Chiefs need a sure handed WR and a CB.  A solid tackling MLB will also be in consideration, but if the DL is upgraded with a stud DT, the LB's will be much better. 
Posted by cancerdancer

Holy god damn. I am a huge Browns fan and would NEVER do something this in depth. Oh, and thanks for that game last season where Josh Cribbs broke the kick return record and James Harrison became the 3rd all time single rushing performer ;-).