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The Race Wars Were Supposed To Be The End Of America
"It the farm jazz stuff on was supposed to live in a great era in american history. The time where everyone from all walks of life can come together and enjoying growth. Where doesn't have a white black asian hispanic whatever you are that we are being seen as equal being seen as the same person really because we had the same blood. We made blood types but we have we all bleed. We all have to the answer. Respond to an almighty god we all will will one day have to go back to the ground. We all die. So we're supposed to be an era a time where this is outlawed looking at people based on color in creedon background in in terms of nationality. When you're you're from how you'd look. Your skin is talking to mind. I have bigger lipson. Some people didn't because i'm black i have. I have bigger lipson white people. I have brown skin. I might have a certain slang that they don't have but it doesn't change the fact that on the inside. I'm just like you. I wanna live. I want survive. I wanna have a good life and you know. Raise my keys a probably in in in in my in my only spurs putting on you but in my own space. I'm gonna put my kids in in line with god lujan kids. That's fine you won't you won't be i with that. That's on you but my cable several and all my all my kids do so far. But that's all a part of the character of me and then not just me but but you you and that we already agree on his part. We already understand here. We already understand that to put the focus at all on race is is automatically racist. Doesn't matter what color you could be white black hispanic asian. When you put the color on race it becomes. Racist isn't not that hard it is to me is cut and dried and for many years. The last in our history. i'm. I'm for his people who afford three. Who in the forties another. We haven't seen own segregation for we have the same people having to eat in the Had come into the back door restaurant eight or having a sit in the back of the bus we come from the era. We've never seen this everyone on tv. The only way that we might generation was able to experience those kinds of things where were on tv or in the movies or will you go to school wherever they did the. Try to indoctrinate us with in front of it is education but live with also is indoctrination because if he knows a lot of movies that involves black cast in when they have more black people in the movie. Those movies are always not always but for most part the typically about could stuff demands womanizing amount. Go off here on a on a while tangent here. I'm just you know. I knew i met womanisers where we're drug dealers where you know. We're killers in movies in the show. Tv shows they have is looking like you know we're all fools and they have in chains. This is what we see. And it's very rare to see a black man black woman in a row that they put you know other races in lean rosen in like that it was it was it was different to have. Will smith involve certain movies where he was a lead role in in liable the. He's not typical black movies differently. the wainwright johnson. He's part black. Follow black in movies like that. Vin diesel is part black. He only black but he is. It was it was weird to see. It was different as see of. They're in and now we're seeing Top periods doors and stuff. That i don't fan of these guys are mentioning but i'm just using this for example here and we're now in movies that that are not you know ethnic so to speak you were they have is looking like a bunch of idiots. Just keep a real out during a black and you hear this podcast number one. You are going because you're black minister republican podcast but if you are black men black women gotta stand. Would they always have these roles. That the perpetuate the stereotype of who we are to the people that everyone else and then they have been enrolls where were intense in a endesa way. How would have indoctrinated the people it was. It was racial beginning yesterday. Call history but they try to make people angry. They try to at the same time that they're trying to demoralize black race in making look like a bunch of morons to white people keep a real the treicheville look at us and Yeah did they argue kinda stupid look at them and then this tension and you don't recognize it but this tension here this titian year it makes for stuff in in the real world more complex so when we see a school shooting over downside of a police shooting a black man with arm arm. That doesn't matter if you see a police officer during the black man or someone. White mega umbrella was black november. It raises the level of attention on both sides and then we have these paid for protesters to go out there. And a stirrup stuff and the amazing part is even though that is black. People were free. That was still an imbalance year. Because we'll still running around doing the bidding of the party that was in detroit of slavery. To begin with is the democrats we have our slaves. I'm not saying that there was republicans had them but republican party was created by by the whig party. The whigs the the weight they create a party anti that. The party was founded on anti-slavery. The biggest bunch of crop when you say well. Republicans has has slaves to there may have been a couple who went off the reservation but the reality is the republican party was the party of anti-slavery. It was creative with the with the with the sole intent of ending slavery. That was the major intent of the party. This martin cajun was republican. This why everyone black when it got to politics were pumpkin. This fighting of fighting democrats in office. Neil standing there was things. School has doors block. Kids can get of from getting into school in a republican president to send a military down here to set it down. You hear me or the governor. I can't remember now if you know so. You know what i'm saying. It took a republican officials with the government. You that you have a governor or the or president. I'm my history right off his offer now but you know what i'm saying. Whoever was out later on input imposing postal telegram to indy the entire thing. The reality is slavery in salvation than the this this. This is this tension we have in. This country is orchestrated. Nowadays is not based on reality tomorrow. No one is really fighting the blacks not. We're not really fighting to have to have a. I'm not worried about the white. Let me tuck franken. I'm not worried about the white man. The white man was what's in. Taste me down in the hood. The white man wasn't right behind me in the hood trying to kill me. The cops were not trying to suit me in the hood. It was black people who live in my in my community who didn't like the fact that was smart. I take some ways. And i had a different idea about was gonna do my life. They were who who became my my terrorists that breath able what i'm saying might fear. Growing up was not the cops and it was not white people. It was black people my own community who jealousy interviews the wanted to see me die ratio inequality stuff here is overblown is get node the facebook. I'm gonna stop saying that soon. Because i'm about to get off facebook altogether Don't pretty good telegram facebook. I use them to obama limited. Given this just get to save out. Final facebook facebook dot com slash stuff on road If you if you don't see me dare which. I'm i'm now facebook jail for the next eleven days Then you can follow me on telegram. T-that me force last defined. What the same thing. I post on facebook post also on telegram. So you'll see the same thing mirrored on both accounts. So you don't have to worry about missing something if you'll see on facebook if you don't facebook or telegram you have the same thing basically however if you don't see me post for a whole day on facebook facebook do i guarantee that upholds every day so if not There then come telegram. You'll see me. I'm having issues now with my A podcast distribution company Marshall while being suspended did they said it was a billing issue in obeyed. The billing does make sure. And i'm still suspended in other podcast is still up there. I have another podcast. I started pointing on one episode More the church the decrease a cast that wants to active so. I'm getting the impression that it's not about a billing issue at all because the same account Same company same author. I'm the author and only one of the podcasts. Are down as the one by politics up digging something i said back. Then they didn't like keep you know Suspended for a while until like to like whatever who knows. I don't know what the problem is. I don't care any rate now gotten messed up back up on rumble. So i'm on that time now not shortly. Give good rubber calm. Look for stefan road There and you'll see the same stuff that i will post on the on the podcast indicators on there okay it'd be in video form but no no really no real video to watch but eventually transferred over to full video You won't see me just yet. 'cause they don't have the Setup my keys and he hasn't had these four hundred five zero and they they will wreck that place up like an nothing you hear me to buy. My boys are likely like jihadists will come up here. And they'll they will burn every day. I got so I don't have a proper set up yet. i'm not doing it four times on doing it as A hobby for now When i get to devote time says i'll have everything set up that video be there but for the west that video stuff. It'll only be screenwriter. The maybe videos and some things aaron and we can talk about top bob overseeing so A good thing down going over to the the the rumble for now so I'll be there and also you can Find on the font. Cast dot com. I still cannot update my sight. It is frustrating thing in the world. I'm probably wanting to send somebody that can. Just take his holding down and rebuilt properly May be find out what who was blocking me from doing stuff among site. I've been black doing stuff mouse. I came update. mom website. hosts is screw around yourself. Whatever that's so we have been in this this I call a so-called race war. They want me to hate you and you'd hate me. They want you to see images of your people why people that is being beaten in hurt killed in the streets in riots and protests. They want you to see those images to make you mad at people like me so that you get fed up you come attack me. You come and get retribution for wet one at the same time. They're out there so all. The police killings the police shootings. Because they want you to understand they want me to understand that being hunted by by white people about the captain just sidebar. They want me to be mad at white people and this is the race award away now but as all all of the imitate was happening here because this is important now i wanna go here but people wise is happening now while coverage on what's happened here because the biggest thing that they wanna do have economic reset for the entire world and i get discussed who brought out getting the bucks but they want to have a worldwide economic reset to a one world currency. A new order a one world government. Okay the can't do that unless they have a massive world war another world war and we ended went so far with trump bear. He kept squashing. The wars they wanted wardrobe though career squashed. At his his his the warmer weather he squashed at war China will have his quash. That trump squashed all the wars iran with Get knuth and everything and start stuff. Trump took those people onsite with iran was syria. Iran to trump took syria that the corner took his trash back the luggage to the corner and cinemas acids You're done here synovium. He he didn't say men to get killed. He didn't cinema bombers to deduct kill fifty white white fifty kids. The one terrorist like like obama did in libya abana killed fifty kids for the next kid. Forty fifty civilians to kill one to terrorists the in libya that raises is outrageous and and trump didn't even have out the. I think he had any known civilian casualties in that way when he went what an airstrike he may sort of with no by their terrorist and he said we had no men getting lost in those strikes given. He said the missiles notebooks boots on the ground just missiles no planes flying overhead just missiles hitting targets. We didn't even know we could do that before. Donald trump did the president trump. Sorry president trump. Today we didn't even know we can do that. We didn't even know we had that kind of technology before trump came along and so when he did that people like this. The first is well if we had this kind of tech all this time. Why are we losing so many men in these in these wars for years and the reality the answer is because they want the wars because the wars are going to ravished to community and ravaged the country and then give the the the the globalist which is which is the the the cigarette makers the rothschilds rock frozen in morgan's didn't want to have a topless holding any excuse to have to push in four economic world reset but trump robbed him of the war so happened they brought in the pandemic was fake. So so now. So why do you think the the the pandemic with worldwide because it was opposed to set down to hold our be. We need the world war pin pin and make something that can destroy the economy. Now warm would have been better because they have damaged buildings in the civil war in the us when we we had and at one and civil war after four years of fighting when it was over what happened we had to rebuild the country because we have the burn down people getting killed but it was almost people killed in four years. We had to rebuild. Everyone broke so he tried to go back to greenbacks. In and back up he created greenbacks. Backed by gold and silver was killed. He was killed and athey was killed. His successor Great was gathering grant grant Nygren it. It evaded pain. But you guys who whoever went to His successor grunt. Yeah it was grant. Yes so grant came in an office and he you know his first year he just kind of reversed with what Lincoln day in the next year next term. He went into full fiesta. he bought into the global system. He got us you know. He sold out to The new britain okay. This is coming out you guys here. So now today we had the world would we have would have had a world war and it would have been the perfect cover for having to reset the entire country right. Didn't happen because trump kept stopping it so we had a pandemic was worldwide. And that was gonna be the one to destroy everything but now the narrative is is falling apart. The losing it losing it. So what would happen to. During the summer of love was writing for three months. They were attempting to start riots around the country because they have to burn down the country they have to have a mass jobs law. Mass businesses shut shutdown burn mass poverty. This is what hypnotist him has. They brought him. You know this is what his plan and it worked with him. We have poverty than the only one supply. The jobs would be what the military this will happen back in the great depression in the us. The bankers went bankrupt. Can you imagine going to you know the machine and you got forty grand bank. We'd be. I got forty grand in the bank. We talk about tonight on. What else did not the banks went. Bankrupt beggar american. I'm doing named the wanna bump san. This'll be equivalent to our time today of america. Whatever his name of your bank. Td bank big banks takes imagine banks one day just going bankrupt auto the small ones the fcc. That's what they wanted to have here. They want to ravage the country so bad that the everyone went bankrupt and it can have a what we have. We have the issue discussed this a reset. Now they didn't get the wars they depend didn't do enough damage am as matter of fact. It's not a part almost immediately because people are Saying if it was a war would have been easier to to everyone would would believe that everyone believes missiles flying around bomb hidden. You know people dying on these good neighbors that killed by about by a mortar strike. We understand that but so that's not hard to explain but depending was hardest linked. It makes sense. It'll make it just makes now. It makes it makes so much. It doesn't make sense so much that you have states. Now banning mass mandates banning mandated. Thanks as banning mandated. Vexing added cars if states banning. You know a being socially distanced. Now you hear me. That's how that's how hard was to prove that. So then here's the. I went long thing to get here so the divining stuff in race. Wars death designed to get you mad at me a me. Mattie usa wicked me fighting each other. And i'm gonna get my get your guns. I said they know on a thing. I'm i'm going to again And then we'll go to war. That's what they want. They want us to go to war with each other. And while we're war they wanna bring it military. They're going to say it's a both as down and guess what now we at war with the military. They want massive casualties. They need to have millions and millions of deaths not just to have it. The populated silicon On the small masses. But because they want to be able to say hey. We lost many people here. We lost labor force. We lost money. We need help help us bank and he do is a newer order so the were jewish boy happened and they thought they had it. But it didn't. It didn't quite happen. Did george floyd dad. If his family joyce floyd was killed he died in a book immemorial for him just the other day just days ago. Hill app in the blaze media says dozens of apparent shots fired in vicinity of george floyd square on the anniversary of namesake staff. So that the over having an anniversary right voice death identity supposedly he was he was he. You know that it's a peaceful protest of gathering ambivalence over there in in doing their little dorm at division Activision stuff Calm and then. All of a sudden gust are asking you to keep keep band of videos about seen it before Took well now in individuals. You hear report is your standard Job also you about bob by about is that it's not like is that a lotta shots. here return fire mean. He's like public thirty. I i it by twenty. Five to thirty rails. Maybe little often it. But i estimated around twenty five day rounds and not just say no they. The people shooting led to criminal. Shouldn't it was back. This is happening at the memorial would have an autonomous zone zone where the cops will not allowed to go in the aren't allowed to patrol the aren't allowed to be there. This is what they and they have activists patrolling the streets in happy. Now you have a shootout the supposed to be at a peaceful rally o- a peaceful event and this is a we unveil you're seeing black men. Run down the street here running away from the gunshots. Could they did. They were shooting the running away from cops. There were just outside the perimeter of the of the time zone. They they heard shots in cross over zone and start shooting back at the The criminals and is they had a building. Your saint like you hearing more shots. Go off behind the building. So you have these bums out. There were not allowed to where they're able to do these things and that be arrested ford in theory so the crime has your honoring. You're supposed to honor the door slowly but you're out there street. I'm going to assume they were shooting somebody who was not supposed to be there. And they're and they're paying because they're they're the ones police in that area. So you so you. You've allowed the race. The ratio elements of the george. Floyd thing what is the truth meal in that influenced the outcome of that situation over there. Now you have a zone. I'll talk autonomous zone surrounding several blocks that they can't even bring cop down and there are at opposite again. Their crimes committed any songs that they're rapes their shootings in industry incur. Right there on live. Tv the black his funny in that refunded. But it's it's ironic. The black business owners in that zone are complaining. Because they don't they can't make any money no one is shopping in those zones. Because it's too dangerous but you get in there. You're getting. I'm having white patrons as well blacks but you can't make because no one will go to because everyone's aren't now armed in the in the right way to arm their they're criminals on the streets armed making ruth and when people have when people get power and you give evil people power. They get corrupted even more so this is a result of what was happening with what they want to do. Try to to create this home. These kinds of donald everywhere. And have you'll get that means. We're we're sick sticking this crap but formula And dash their plan so we have we have that going on as as well as the shootings that are going on. We just had a shooting That occurred san jose. Nine victims were shot. And killed you know and the It's ironic that that this happened right after the did the hearing were to confirm who was wasn't it was somebody they want to confirm. Atf david chipman and he was supposed to confirm not after but right right around. Banned architects isn't that isn't that amazing. How these things happen so close together. There has to be a confirmation hearing on the hill the atf. And this guy is is is into hearing saying well. We want to ban the eight. The the they want to ban take argued argued. While he's not a machine gun is a regular rifle is not machine. What are you betting this for question though that the narrative is that these guns are dangerous and they they give the criminals in easy way to kill cruise on us air fifteen but a kill we have a couple of idiots out there usually know they use one occasionally but he realized that there are more there are more handgun killings in one year didn't are in the history of air over sarath Hey hate this is not call in assault rifle. There's no such thing as assault rifle rifle. All with all guns assault a hand gun assaults. There are there are there are handguns. Shackles their rifles. And we can go on but the point is there's no assault rifle the only use that term that they can define what an assault rifle is. It's not a legal term as far as what A group of guidance but what is called so they stay at sought rifled so they can define what that means over ten. Well it could be a hang onto and the the latest gun ban bill. They they offered a a month ago. It actually banned some headlines in there. The isn't that. It's not a signed into law bumps and it was. They tried to ban handguns handguns. But anyway so so the tech. Wasn't that machine was the problem here. Well you know well you know his in a perfectly well we know is is being used. Crimes makes it easy for criminals to kill that at the same most bill. Same talk and then they want it so he he wants to. He wants band. That and very autorickshaw is they. They want to start the civil wars right between me and you us and then they went to the take away your ability to defend yourself properly against the military when they intervened this because they have a sorrowful. Hey they have rifles. Machine-guns everything and you're not gonna be able to defend yourself against a rogue military if you have a handgun got be could be close ranged to his wanting to get a really good shot or close range to the the grab somebody that's in the military that they have better gazayev need a sniper in your You know you eat what you need a rifle a machine guns you need done inbound back in the the second amendment doesn't say that machine gun isn isn't isn't Allowable said he had the right to bear arms. It will kind. Which means that you have illegitimate dimitri hasn't happened to if they have been saying you can't do. It doesn't really wanted to real but they're trying to take away the gun because they wanna make sure that we can fight each other and create chaos and then they come in with durgin no Take us all out discipline and they went up by on the ground. Then that people are dead gone. We lose labor for in the in the during work. We'd lost liberal labor force. We lost in a job and and and businesses. They burned to the ground in many cities. You hear me. It's just it's just one of those things that that Is is an ongoing sacco trying to remove the constitution and it can't so they have to try to find a way to get around it and it can do that with with a war because then again justified Having to revamp the country's documents. That legal that mr makes us who we are to make us better so death was happening there and you want to see a lot more shootings like this. You're gonna see san jose's everywhere compounded especially now because they the election is coming to a audits going to hit. Here's a piece here in the the washington examiner. They are hill missed. It can be left to be right. him this data yesterday. 'cause new hampshire daylight. Is misleading new hampshire new hampshire relation auditors say's assess audit has shown no widespread fraud right. Now you see. The headline the headline says the one of the authors says there's no evidence of widespread for a fraud right. The windham new hampshire relation audit had revealed no evidence of widespread fraud. According to one of the election officials tasked with leading it the audit which focused on state representative race. Not the president. Not day in in isn't presidential stuff just to state okay. Began after losing at the losing candidate requested a recount last november which wish was show different Do different vote totals. Different vote totals for the candidates. So this is a one of the down ballot. Republicans in asking for a recount On the twenty twenty election. They're saying that there's no in his thing here because they're they're playing is so many last year in the story and defeated Depressing the headline says no widespread election fraud after the audit in the audit for hampshire. Okay here's the problem. This is the first audit they've had The one that occurred just as past Two weeks wherever they weren't often that the election for twenty twenty they will in the primaries for the last month that happened. That was the last month or earlier this month. And then There was some things happening in there. And they audited. What they they offsite. They did audit that that election. I'm sorry i'm getting confused with with the pa. His vein they did all the Okay but the only the only audited afford that one particular candidate right. The washes that one county in in this one county in what are now the audit which is did quote quote them a harry personally which the guy is making claims the original count. The recount sees the original count the recount with audit. Nothing has ever been a been changing. Who gets elected said hersi. This is a this is a. This is an exercise of finding what caused the era. A aaronow same thing in. Npa right there was a human error. Okay but before went is have what it has the luke again. This is an exercise of finding what caused the era but the full winners have off from day. One remain to be the same for winners. This has never threatened at end again if there were have been a widespread fraud which would have been uncovered in this. It would have come out. There was not just saying that we yesterday in the audit was over until today. So that the thing is this yesterday as if It was over in the senate early in the morning so the audit was over yet. Number one is over today. I believe the window In election audit has revealed no evidence of brad fraud. According to the election officials tasked with leading women here. The election official is saying this correct. Okay we've already known we've already talked yesterday about how in in arizona katie. Hi sign on the the contract with the million. That demand has the right to take over the election they did. They don't want to run the machines they don't want us to who can can do anything critical in the machines right. They were finding out that you know. The officials were in charge. The main was in georgia. They are leading the same thing. That did the demeaned workers were the ones on the scene and none the officials pull for the state work. What county so we're right in. Npa is the saint gatien where they're now have to. They had to ask The main was think that they've made a contract in one state and it wasn't it across all states so we can assume that in hampshire with the same with the same kind of contract. Had the same kind of conflates right. Where would he was in charge. So it on a on a on a debt pretense debt understanding then hurts has no power here. He's only he's only disposed person for for what's what's being done. They're the people who are running. Is the dominion so he so he won't tell him so he's saying that there's no wasp bread. Whatever because he's been told to say that now watches because in the saint peace now he he kind of they kind of like undermine itself speaks I'm gonna here in. This is a city is dead is let's to the. The autos have speculated monk abra go that falls into ballot the part. I wanna read. Yeah okay yeah. The fold in ballots could be could be to blame for discrepancies in Discrepancies now right. Now i want to hear you know How large they are if this equipment for The probably hurt again if someone voted for all republican candidates and ballot. Habitant happened to have his fold land going through saint Learns a target then that would be interpreted as machine by machines as an overcoat. Which which would dance track votes from each each of the four republican candidates set but upstairs in a number of a three three person team. I said conversely Conversely if there were not four vote already a contest by the voter a vote land three at target would could cause could have caused a machine to interpret it as a vote for saint like nobody saniez the machines where it would afford lands where sometimes the created A need for the vote to be dedicated. Right so remember. Which has yesterday Describing how eric nerves on in npa. They're finding all of these discrepancies. How they were able to or techniques dispatches on how to get how to trigger a vote to be dedicated and and they use wrappings in in a us a folding in going through things in all kinds of strategies so we're seeing the same thing now is because the clinical audit mpa because of the same thing he described right now that he said is no side. there's no sign of a widespread. Voter fraud is funny. This is all monday. Her sti is the guy that was talking beginning line on monday. Hersi said that as many as sixty percent of ballots with handmade and machine oversee may foes were improperly counted by the towels forest scanning machines. He spent a whole article. Talk about there is no voter fraud. There's the widespread voter fraud and you can hear well. Sixty percent of the of the ballots with handmade machine folks were improperly accounted by the town's four scanning machines so now just dump the is. You're not only on your liar. You're saying the machines are the problem again arizona. It was machines georgia. It was the machines. Wisconsin it was to be sheen's by the to over there. Michigan was the machines. They already removed one hundred thousand votes that there were fake and the Hasn't even been a aggressive yet. In fact the case was thrown out but give it time. Pa The calling human era. And i wear new hampshire. And you're saying oh it was era but machines willing to avert some serious crackdown. Here from changes happening a row fast. These people are panicking. They are freaking out. They is over. They know and we're about to see these things happen. Trump is getting more energy. he's about these rallies of cannot wait the first one. I can get my hand. I'm going to get one in my area a my dad. I am be right there. Hopefully i'll be be waiting in line getting into Before it went out being the first rhode island will open again there. I can't wait to see the trump rallies. I can't wait to see trump on stage again and and getting the crowd pumped up about fixing america and make a change these people. Y'all they they're lying to cover themselves but they're repeat last. They are repeated the same things that are being done on the country in the spray. Like why it's it is a wildfire. We're giving to see a change. The hold alania. Is this take the topic to quit. You know it's not questioning trump Because they've seen stop all that stuff they don't buy it. I know it's it's dangerous. But his tablet get back in line. Hold the line walk in faith and trust god. i believe. We're in a time of great of recovery prophet. Kim clement spoke before that they will have a the biggest cut of the great economy ever before. Christ we're actually almost data and i wanted to. I wanted to be encouraged. Nba peripheral anyone. They got the by saying premium for safety and everything but also pray for the the the the name and trump and the people who are trying to make this country great again. We take down some stories. Also that i get to. Because i'm doing this late in in my son's upstairs about the capacity of the imbibing right now but i have stories from our them i'm gonna get to about the covert stuff. Also about traffic indicate. But bless ya. And i'll see you tomorrow you.
AP Laboratory - Episode 35
"Uh-huh. What's up everybody? Thanks for joining us today. My name's Ken Swanson. I'm the lead film and draft analyst for head pride. This is the AP laboratory coming at you on a Monday because we are to jam packed with all kinds of draft content because the draft is on Thursday. I cannot believe it Mattie lane is with us already. So's Craig, Mattie. How excited are you to get to Thursday may? And I'm ready. A like you some others. The speculation season is not for me. Take it. I don't want to talk about what if scenarios what that use could look like and week from now, I just want to know, and I want to not been stupid. Craig? Yeah. I just found out just now that the draft was on Thursday. I some stuff to do. I guess stuff. Now, I'm excited about it. I'm ready to get it get it going and rather than trying to project to the chiefs are going to take. I'm ready to talk about the players that the chiefs have that's going to be talk Craig mistakenly jokingly half. Seriously, told us that the draft isn't a last about three hours a night at this was going to be about three hours, and it was just the picture perfect. It's just wishful thinking I wanna get in and out of that radio station. I'm happy to be on it. Let you wanna hang out with me and beak for more than three hours like what's up with that? That's great. If we're sitting around the table without microphones in our face. Yeah. Yeah. You're gonna it's gonna be really fun to watch you kind of experience the live radio thing because I'm so experienced at this point guys. But. Rare exotic ears just send Craig pictures videos of the pop the top and then pouring down the sake as Jameson so mad. I will be. Oh that kind of needs to happen now that would be really funny you're of. Yeah. So if you guys don't know me and Craig will be joining j being cly on six ten sports radio, and we are going to cover the entire first round. We are incredibly excited. Do it. It will be a lot of fine the schedule this week's kind of crazy, obviously, you're listening to the laboratory early it's on Monday. The draft show will be releasing Wednesday morning on Wednesday night slash Thursday morning. You'll be able to listen to aero head prides pre-draft show kind of getting you ready for the draft. And then the live coverage on Thursday. I believe win the chiefs make the selection, and we kinda spin the, you know, the rest of that show talking about it. You'll be able to find that conversation. On on the Earl had pride channel. Also, this is where it gets crazy. So not only do we have all of that going on. But then we're going to do a show on Friday night after the draft is over. We're going to do a show on Saturday after the traffic is over. So you're going to get our reactions in pod format for every day of the draft. And then on Sunday, we're back in the station me and Pete, and I think being clear barber someone we're all going to be reacting to the to the entire draft on Sunday. So you're going to get all kinds of podcast content at the pride channel. If you wanna give that thing five star review that would be great. If you appreciate all of the all the content you're about to get that would be wonderful would appreciate that. And also guys you still have a week to purchase the Casey draft guide you go to gum dot CO slash Casey draft. And you can get the Casey draft guide in preparation for. The biggest the draft missed week. I mean it is draft. Mrs upon us, fellas. So. I talking you need the guide. You don't want to be caught with your pants down. You gotta know who the chiefs to draft in when they do you can flip through it in the guide. See anything everything about that? We have this is gonna work from rounds one through around seven most likely than so many names in there so much work. Be prepared. Have your paints your belt, everything ready to the Casey draft guide provides for you? What are your paying have to do with anything? Explain now, don't notice. Okay. Don't explain. I don't think I wouldn't. So what we're what we're going to do today is we're going to break down by position the players that we think will be off the board at twenty nine and kind of debate some of the the key players the pivot players almost the swing players if you will that can kind of determine you know, what kind of players could be available for the chiefs. So we're gonna we're gonna go position by position kind of talk about that. Then we're gonna talk about babe may basically the pools of players that we think will be available at three key trade up spots. But we're going to start with the offense today. Fellas the locks. I think everybody has a pretty good feeling that before the cheese picket Twenty-nine Cuyler Murray, Dwayne Haskins and drew lock will be off the board. I think there's two parts to the swing player. And that's Daniel Jones. If Daniel Jones goes off the board at six like. Some people feel might be happening. Because reportedly according to Charles Robinson. He's very he's very heavily inting that the New York Giants have Daniel Jones QB one the quotas one team has Daniel Jones as their QB one. And you all know exactly who. It's so good. If if the run on quarterbacks starts with Daniel Jones at six then four QB's are going at it is going to be absolutely perfect for the chiefs, Craig. I mean, I feels like should should Daniel Jones actually, be lock in this list. Should there before I think in my mind, I think they're four quarterbacks going in the first round. Now. One of those four may happen at pick thirty just after the chiefs. If the Packers are interested in a guy to replace Aaron Rodgers going forward, they've put up some smoke signals about that. So I think that there's fairly securely for going in the first round. Like you said if the giants gamble early on Daniel Jones Blair that. I like I think Daniel Jones is good good quarterback. I think he's going to be fine in this league. But if they go with him early than yeah, there's going to be a run a rush to the podium to get to Haskins and lock. We might chaos if Dana Jones go six we might see a fifth quarterback sneak into the first round. Could you imagine high rejection Manhattan will Greer ill? Rear. Maybe maybe I don't know. But what do you lease? What do you think that my mind will be boiling if there's even consideration for a fifth quarterback this Davis Webb all over the game beginning that round one hype? And then he goes like mid around forever. Well, that was anticlimactic that's that fifth quarterback year. But I'm with you guys. I think Daniel Johns locking on the first round. And like, yeah, I think if he goes at six it's gonna throw a monkey wrench into the entire draft of what everybody thinks, but worst case scenario, he falls to seventeen and guess who picks. Again, the giants do whether or not they have QB one. They seem to like him a level. And even just the giants the word around the NFL is that just NFL teams enough. People have been in the NFL before we've been hearing from Jim Nagy's director of senior bowl this whole off season in teams like Daniel Jones more than media scouts than Twitter. Kouts do whether they talk to them whether it's because of his coach who his coaches were at Duke at not sure, but people in the NFL, according to people that have those real connections are have been in the NFL claim that the NFL likes him more than we do. So what you can't really keep arguing with it from where we stay in. I gained Jim Salak. He's a quality quarterback on his film. So if you're holding quarterback chances go around once we pretty high most us. I I I'm kind of leaning towards just making him a lock with this. I think for off the board. And I think they're all the board before a key point for the chiefs eighteenth pick. We'll talk more about that in a minute. Actually in several minutes. We're going to at the end of the show. He's got a lot to say. Exactly gust before then no Puertas made his six straight appearance on the show. Okay. The running back position. I don't think there's any locks to go in the first round. I think Josh Jacobs has a chance to do it. And I mean. I mean, the only thing is I think the only time that Josh Jacobs. His selection really comes into play for the chiefs is if they're saying at twenty nine what do you think he? Yeah. I don't think there's any chance that he's getting up ahead of Anna. Like, we're talking about these key points. I don't think he's gonna go and top twenty in this draft at best. You're looking it Oakland with one of their two twenty picks navy Philadelphia twenty five believe it is. But they just made that trade for Jordan Howard. So in reality. I don't think he's gonna be a first round pick. I don't think is production usage is going to match what everybody's looking for. But if he's the number one running back if eighteen really does like him later on thin, I made the guy is gonna be. I just can't see this point in time. He's not his usage. Production just wasn't enough in college for the NFL. Agreed. And then it falls off a major cliff after that, there's not anybody really pushing Josh Jacobs for running back one in this draft class. He's the guy and he's going to be. The guy, and then he's just going to, you know, then there's going to be a drop off for a little bit there. So he he may sit around for a little bit just because there's nobody really challenging him for that spot. And he's not so head and shoulders above you know, other running backs that we've seen come out recently. I genuinely hope that the raiders select Josh Jacobs. They're the team I could see doing that. Because they have so much capital, and Yod greed and seems like a guy that wants to commit to the rod game in my right? Makes sense given Craig's the picks in the simple fact that they don't really have anybody could be that bell cow. So pick make sense and more in a world where shop any could go around one. So I do suppose anything. I watched the draft the other day the shot. I love what I love rewatching drafts. I still like it. It's just it's it's the same reason that draft day the movies of thing is because there's just some level of I love anything about the draft process. Even if I know it's going to happen. And even if it's a terrible movie. I can't wait for Tarez. Charles Robinson to break down draft a movie like they said, they're going to that is going to be for me podcast breaking down drafts of us past not just break down the two thousand fourteen in Felder. Okay. Oh, let's not go that far sparky unless you wanna talk about the two thousand to two thousand seventeen draft. Okay. I don't watch them. This is all you. I would never watch draft. You're missing the point. You just don't get it, Mattie. Why did you see her? I think there's one lock in its decay Metcalf. I still think the spy all of this in all these all this buzz and all the stuff, I think decay Metcalf is going in the first round. I think kind of the critic. Swing players. I think you're looking at Hollywood Brown. I think you could I think AJ Brown could be an impact on the chiefs positioning at twenty nine maybe Nicole, Harry, I think it kind of just depends on how early the run starts on wide receivers. I think that's a big piece of this Batty, windy think the runaway receiver start he'll personally attacked that you would consider in. He'll Harry as an impact or swing player in this situation. And yet, you do not mention my son. In the same thing. Despite being a superior player. I knew this was going this way. But let's okay, I Mattie. I like I I'm a big fan of Akim Butler. Like, you, however is the NFL. Are we sure the NFL we hear people saying that like that Hakeem butlers? Bore of a a implant sixty one that he is at twenty nine for the show the NFL likes in Kiel Harry's run away from me. I heard I here's another nerdy thing about my pre-draft leak process. I listened to a lot of pre-draft press conferences across the NFL. I did. And I can't remember who it was maybe Steve KYW, which so take this for great assault kit. When you'd have a talk about your free time usage. It was in fact, reserva Detenu. Oh, okay. Okay. So Matty knows to Matty did the same thing. I did. That's that's verifiable. Fact, he's listening to all thirty two teams pre-draft press conferences, don't quote me on that. But it's definitely affect so Nicole hairy. I mean like I can't leagues. Draft. Thirty nine. Okay. Is that the first second round? No. But that's his draft range. I think Nicole Harry could be in play four picks beforehand filed before in no. Thirty three or worse. That's the way this is real very quickly where where does the run start, Mattie USA? Use oppose to let me just make comment about key Butler did move on. But instead you were trying to argue with me about in Kiel kit, separate from anybody, Harry and keep baller in. This is not gonna art the runs the start divisible deacon Medco's if decay Metcalf lasts later in the draft like some people are projecting if he gets to the late teens early twenties any team that his starting to get their site settled wide receiver, and that also means that more defensive players often linemen are going before you could see run late in the first round. You could see guys like that calf in Hollywood ground AJ Brown Akeem Butler Algo in the first round if half LASSO now, the differences Metcalf goes the top ten the run that you don't know where to start then teams aren't getting their hopes up for they're gonna give this receiver. They're not just missing out on decay Metcalf. They're gonna wait they're gonna play they're bored with whatever it's going to be. So I really think it's stuff like that does matter and the more receivers they go the more likely you are going to see more of. Continue to go. That's the draft works. It's done runs. It's not everybody. Just just leave a position alone. Third guy gets taken a lot of teams will reach their next guy up at that position. If that if that position was getting pretty lacking. I'm with mad on that entirely. But I need to touch on a couple of things here. First of all now, the Hickey Butler is met son. I have gone ahead and claimed at Oliver second of. Now. Now figuring out why you guys think that I'm some sort of wizard that has a lot of things on his plate. Because y'all just literally sit around and listen to other teams talk like. I spend the this is. Saturday Night Live by Saturday night. Yeah. No, I sit around doing life skills and a figured renaissance of that. Now, guys figured it out. I was just whittling a small bear for my child's bedroom. State fucks. No. But I think it really does hinge on on decay. I know we've heard a lot about Hollywood. I think Hollywood is going to maybe that second guy off the board that that does start the run. I think he's going to be the the the pivot point for the rest of these guys because after he's gone, then everybody's gonna jump like Matty said to try to get the next guy on their plate because. Yeah, there's going to be a run. I think so in some some people think Hollywood Brown's gonna wind up being the first receiver off the board. And and this is kinda I wanted to get to this next is just like Hollywood Brown. Feels like there's some strong connections Tarez has been running with Hollywood a lot lately, I think a couple of the people have jumped on that bandwagon as well. Okay. So Brett VH one of the guys that he wore Andy Reid out on was to Sean Jackson. And I think the probably the best confortably would Brown might be Sean Jackson. So you know guy that weighs under a hundred seventy. Hundred seventy pounds good route runner big play potential. I think this is the same kind of guy. So I could see that she's liking Hollywood Brown. I don't know. How would feel if the chiefs selected Hollywood Brown at twenty nine? I think I I'm terrified of a kid that weighs under a hundred seventy pounds. There's there's not very many comps for him. And he's coming off list Franck injury or Frank or front. I don't know. I'm I'm nervous about that. And I know I some people are less terrified of that. But I mean, the dude is small and he's coming off a injury that directly affects his wheels. He's he's just there's a number of things that are in line there. And yeah, he's a good player. You want just tape. He's dynamic he's fun to watch. But he's the guy that you main factor touches a little bit for because of his size. You don't want him getting lit up because he might break in half. And then. Yeah. Like Matty said, and you said he he's coming off of an injury that historically saps athleticism. And that's literally the biggest thing that he's got in the major thing that he's got for him going for him as an NFL player. So I would be very very hesitant to go and try and attack him even though he does have speed. He's good route runner has got pretty good hands. I mean there there's lots of reasons to like him. I just there's so many off field things there with his body that I would be very worried about. Let's take history lesson year. The Sean Jackson is the singular call for Hollywood grab. It's been successful. The only one the one guy do you know where the eagles drafted Sean Jackson, even though visually around second round pick forty nine. They did that after trading back twice in the first round. They didn't even take player in the first round. And the Shaw Jackson wasn't even their first pick in the draft. It was a guy named Trevor laws. So if we're going to go by the breeches worn Indiana Hollywood ground type player before that's fine. If you trade back twice in may nother pick before him. I can maybe get on board in see the upside that's there. But if we're talking picking him in the first round at twenty nine the risk will outweighs the reward that you get from Hollywood Brown when you consider the Russians already there in this whole wide receiver class as it is. Simple. We'll talk. Yeah. That was shortish. Congrats. TJ Hawkins soon. I think is the only lock I think the one player you keep an eye on is no offense. Let's talk about the tackles real quick to. I think there's four locks. I think Joe Williams John Taylor, Cody Ford and Andre Dillard are all locks. I think as a kind of swing player in this whole thing is their chance that Dalton ner sneaks in there, Maddie. I think is a lot for the first round. I think there's just something about how the NFL feels about him. I don't see it. I don't I know some people love him his foot work in just like his overall body control. Tackles scares the life out of the home of the planet may not be a tackle though. It may not be tackled. Oh, he maybe snuck him in. He has the ability to play center guard or tackle by the NFL. Loves his attitude is metality hell horny works. They like the trash talk high finishes plays. It's the kinda guy that the NFL does like a little bit more than people are looking for negatives. Not just positives. So for that reason do cruisers a lot to go in the first found IT at it's before big twenty nine though, you know, what I love Dalton ruse ner. I just absolutely love him high BJ. I think other guys that has a chance to to go off the board Yanni could used I think for a little while their teams were talking about him as a round one player. I think he could slip in as well. But I do agree that I think that Dalton has a real good shot. I think he is almost assuredly a lock as you know, the fifth tackle off the board in the first round. The only thing with juiced is how how injury affect his stock. And so like, I think that I could see a team maybe. He like at thirty one thirty two trying to get him. You know, because I do think he's a talented player. I claimed four or five going off the board for offense tackles, I mean, we're talking or five here. But if they go early you might see a team reach that you could see this is kind of the opposite of Risne, Irv just for basal. What we've heard going the NFL in teams question his physicality and is kinda demeanor all the field. I think that's something that offense of wine coaches in the NFL in particular, really do focus like I think you've seen X offense lineman on Twitter or coaches on Twitter of come out and said, hey, could use doesn't always play with fire or Tashin or physical. And then you watch like yet. But it doesn't matter. He's really good. But you see these guys connected to the NFL question that from him. So he's that's that. Plus, the injury of bumped down rice think you'll go not I think you should go. But where thank you go as fair. That's for. Okay. The interior offensive line. I think. No, I think Gary Bradbury is going to be gone before the chiefs have a chance to pick him a twenty nine which they gone. I want to do a podcast the if we take a deer off into Trump. It would be the most underwhelming selection. At least it's a good football player. But it's still the value would be absurd, and I would not be happy. And I think we've already talked about this. I think there's a chance I've seen a lot of Chris Lindstrom love lately. And also, I've seen some Eric McCoy love some people think Eric McCoy might be in that first round conversation to in this kind of thing if the run on interior offense of linemen starts early maybe the chiefs benefit from that, you know. Mattie. I don't I what do you think about Chris Lindstrom? I we're we're not nearly as high in him. I know what do you think about Chris Lindstrom? Why would a team want? Chris lindstrom. I think it would be the safety factor. The fact that Ed the versatility he has practice. He came out and said he is the told the practice. Snaps is practice taking snaps at the senior bowl. I think he was even doing it during the season of college. He's played tackle played guard played everywhere they thinking do everything he's a safer player. He's going to be good for zone scheme. He's a little bit lighter decently athletic. He works better on the move in ten of a power gap scheme. So thank you just provides a little bit of versatility. He's got solid technique. He's not a bad athlete. He could do a little bit of everything. I just don't know what he does. Good enough to garner a first round pick at as interior offense lineman. That's kind of my big hold up with him. So I think there's enough weaknesses in his ability to anchor or hold up against power and not enough strength to overcome that first round pick. We're gonna come back in talk about the defensive side of the football right after this. Hello. I'm Spencer hall from SP nation. 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Subscribe diverse chace wherever podcasts are served. We'll see them. We're back with the defensive side of the football breaking down who we think will be gone almost assuredly by the time the cheese picket twenty nine and kind of talking about some of those swing players that could really impact who is available to the chiefs. And who's not I think the defensive side of the football is where there's just a lot up in the air. I think there's three locks guys. I think quitting Williams. Ed, Oliver Christian Wilkins are locks based on everything that we're hearing the swing players are. I think two of these guys very well could be locked for them to be gone before twenty nine. I'm not sure Jeffrey Simmons is gonna be available at twenty nine. I would against it. I think someone is going to love Jeffrey Simmons, and I think they're just going to not be able to pass up Jeffrey Simmons, Jerry Tillery. I think is a good chance. He's available. I don't think Dexter Lawrence is going to be gone either. Mattie. What do you think about that? I agree. Get your three definite locks. I actually think of your next group your swing three players. I think two of them are gonna go in the first round likely at least one if not both before twenty nine the hard part is just picking which one of those three because I have a path for each one of them still fall and decks Lawrence's definitely the guy that I'm the lowest on. So I think he's the first to get casts out. But at the same time, Vida Vega in the first round. You always have massive good athletes. They come around the NFL does like the they doesn't matter. If a game pass rush. They just cared their big athletic. They faked they could get the rush the passer. So I could see eighteen maybe it's probably not every team, but eighteen falling for Dexter more that way. So in reality, you got up to six interior defense of one of the top thirty two picks is many of them that we could get before pick twenty nine is probably the best for the chiefs. So let's hope that but. Say Simmons is probably my best guess on who will fall just because of the injury. That's the big thing. Now the character. She's but the injured the fact that you're gonna have to redshirt your first round pick, a do think matters a little bit. Q's going. My son is going and Christian Wilkins is is going as well the player. We're all kind of pivoting off of that. You want to go is Dexter Lawrence. I I mean, I know a lot of chiefs fans do really like Dexter Lawrence. I I liked extra Lawrence as well. I think he's very good player. I I wouldn't mind adding some more beef some worth lettuces them. But the chiefs loved Nadi Brit VJ goes out of his way to talk about him every single time. He steps to the podium. The chiefs have nose tackle that. They absolutely love already on the roster. And then they have save your Williams. You're not drafting a reserve nose tackle in round one a guy who doesn't offer very much in the way of pass rush. So that's a guy that you want as chief fan to go well before twenty nine because that means another player potentially is dropping the chiefs. There of those three swing impact players guys. I have a take. Oh, the diamond trade Jeffrey Simmons trade up for Jeffrey Simmons. I would do. I trade up to twenty one twenty. Many more rumors now that he's not going to be ready at all this year. Like as recently as last year. I. What week did that come out? I I know I know maybe that's just teams trying to get players to come down. But I mean, it really it's entirely medical checks. If you're getting him from any point of this year, he's an impact player. He's going to go that early. But I I don't know. I don't know trading up for an injured players rough. I he's just so good. I mean, he's easily one of the ten best clip players in this class. And that dude. He's he's special man. I honestly his story and the stuff that I mean, Mississippi State has given him awards and other. He's got an awards for his office service. Like all that kind of stuff all the character concerns. It's it. It was stuff from his past with a ton of nuance to I'm not trying to explain away. Everything he'll be the first to admit that he made a mistake. But I mean that dude is is a model citizen right now since his entire existence in college. So I'm a huge fan of his as a player of doing all the middle gymnastics for this right now because not lead this one so much. I you might have said it, but you did not like just come out and blatantly hit me with this beforehand. So I'm working through the entire process in my head right now, I've probably done as much more work on Jeffrey Simmons than most of people around because he was my position for the draft guide. I actually love Jeffrey Simmons last year when I saw the city state play. So I watched him over the summer multiple games. I watched live. I watched a post I research much as I couldn't do his background what he's done since being a Mississippi State all the community work that he does talking giving motivational speeches at schools in the area. He does seem like he's. Really turned around from the incident. I have zero concerns about the character issue. I don't think he's gonna relapse into the same thing. I don't think that's how he is people are gonna compared to the tyreek hill situation. I don't think it's even the same there. I think Jefferson's is actively very much out in front in public about what happened in ease willing to go out of his way to make other people better based on what he did rather than nothing til hasn't done that. But Terry kills still very much kind of a guy that stays a little bit more to himself. And he's not actively out there talking about an impulse to other people the motivate them as much so from that aspect don't care if I get into a room with a doctor that says he is gonna play by ten eleven even the playoffs. This would be something that I could absolutely stomach Aitchison to take a very bold GM to go. Make that move. Wonder who that could be? I don't know. You got to back it up. What's your defensive line rotation? Look like when you make this move, and they're all healthy. What is your general breaking outlays? I don't know. I don't care. I believe in Bill figure it out at the talent. But if you're the you're making this move, what is your plan? You gotta have a plan. You can't tell them. You don't have a plan. I haven't thought that far through okay? Frankly, I'll be Ruthie, humid. I'll be real issue. I just know that I don't have a I don't have a worry about them being able to figure it out. Let's just say that Chris Jones deep into that. I think about it. You got it. We've talked about this a lot like that's something that makes a lot of sense. But I'm taking rotationally. We're not talking fulltime there. Yeah. I'm just I just know that that dude is one of the ten best players in this class. He's disruptive. He's very talented. And he is a blue chip player and gave lex ability going forward for Chris Jones to it gives you we've talked about. I mean, we've talked about maybe moving Chris Jones to end a little bit. Maybe that's one of the ways that they figure this thing out. I just know that dude is one of the ten best players in this class and ED talk about cobbling together enough disruption to make this thing work. He definitely helps you solve that problem. And that's that's where my head would be figure it out this. That's the thing. I've maybe I should be giving more thought to just ole output figure it out, Chris Joe Christians, and I never going to argue with the person that says just draft talent and try to figure it out. I was wondering if you had a plan to be gene was trying to come up with the wash Steve talk as shoe, maybe you should have focused on who's plate of what percentage of snaps for something. Or learn life skills. I would like CS about at a so close or whatever. I mean, Craig teach me a lot of things. You we've them. Can we move to the position a lot to cover still? Berlanti shoots. Nick Boza is a lock Josh Allens. Lock. Rashawn Gerry Brian burns. Rashawn Gary are all locks either. Believe to go before twenty show. Gary twice, by the way. Yeah. That's. Area. I I think Montas sweat and Colin Farrell or the two guys that are going to be the most fascinating. I'm going to ask you guys this mask, you this Craig you haven't got a chance to talk much lately. Montana is on the board at twenty nine. How do you feel? I'm running to the board. I mean, if his heart is fine. Like if he's there at twenty nine his heart is probably worse than we're getting credit for but they didn't call him back in for combine reach X. They let him do all of the drills. I let them do all the position drills everything like that. They let him do it. So I just don't see how it's the same things marines Hearst. I'm running the board because he fits back Nilo perfectly. And he offers a little more speed and a raw lump of clay that they can mold into a guy and put out there and actually have a higher ceiling for somebody on the outside. So here's I don't really have a hold up. If tesla is there at pick twenty nine let's say in not training four. Yeah. You're gonna make the hard things figured out because it is probably a little bit of a red flag. But overall, he's exactly Craig said he fits the mold. He fits position of need. He would file righted probably be the best defensive end even right away. And I'm not even crazy high Montas wet. I think he's still got a little bit to learn as a pass rusher. And I'm not a super high ceiling there with him with that. But he's going to be a solid player for a long time. If you get that at pick twenty nine that fits what you're trying to do. I one hundred percent or stand it. Now, I will say this is we just came off of his Mississippi State brethren I would say Jeffrey Simmons over Mon sweat, even with the injury at twenty nine. I think he's a better player. I two, and you know, I think we're all kind of we're not as high on Monty's. What is I think the NFL is? But if twenty twenty six teams pass on Montas twit and it's twenty six because the raiders and the giants, right? Multiple picks. Twenty six teams pass on Montas sweat. I I don't know how I would feel about the cheese taking them like I just prototypes of big swing type thing. I mean, he he has more. Right. I understand. But the hard stuff like I even if he's there twenty six or whatever I'd be a little nervous. That's still feels like a big swing because a bunch of teams are worried about that heart. Okay. What do you think? What do you think that chances of one of Montesquieu or calling filler being available at twenty nine? Give me a percentage I'm going to say, I'm gonna say fifty percents. I'm gonna say that maybe the heart concern is a is a concern. And I'm gonna say I don't feel particularly confident that Colin Farrell's on the board at twenty nine. I'm gonna say fifty percent, Mattie. What are you going to say a little less of when ago thirty seven point nine two six percent? I do think that the heart tissue for sweat is a the big boobs here. Like what's going to have you just don't know what it's gonna go. Because if it's a MAURICE her situation, nobody do that was happening until it was happening. So that's the big old up. But if sweat is even just only off a couple boards on most teams. There's no way he's making it Indian riles is and I think clearly with Farrell's too good to make it that far. I'm gonna say eight point seven eight percent just drill really really low. I I don't think either one of them will be available. I'm with Matt I think maybe sweats off a couple teams boards, but not everybody's and it could be teams like the chiefs that are he's author boards for all. We know. So yeah, there's an eight point zero eight percent chance that Jalen. Ferguson has been selected by the time. The cheesecake eight point zero eight percent gone with eight point zero eight and I went eight seven eight what was I should have whatever months has Leslie. News that mast fan seven. It was seven point one seven four. He is isn't it? Film. I know does it and that's why we're not as high on this other people the linebacker position. There's not much to talk about here. Devon Bush, Devon white. Or basically, the only two linebackers in this entire class. And everybody else is getting taken on day three or should be taken on day. Three. Basically, maybe knock Wilson neck Wilson's good. But when do you guys just give me a guess real quick? When do you think the first linebackers taken off the board Craig if it's not five at Tampa? It's eleven Cincinnati. All right. You're gonna get Detroit Denver Cincinnati bet. One of those four teams that's picks. Eight to twelve in one of those teams at least one of those teams taking one linebacker. I will say this. I think that if the later the linebackers start the better off it is for the chiefs potentially because you know, that ten to twenty range like if the first linebacker doesn't go off the board till Devon white. And I I wonder if that actually helps the board kind of position like four quarterback for quarterbacks. Do go off in the top fifteen. And then you know, like like Ed Oliver is appropriately drafted in the top five ish. Six ish. If you know, Rashawn Gary goes in the top ten fifteen like, I could see potentially. Maybe the the linebackers being drafted late pushing a team that might have been more interested in taking a an edge position player. Maybe maybe one of those guys kind of falls letter because of that. So that's one thing. I'm keeping an eye on. Okay. The safety position. Chauncey Gardiner Johnson. I think is a lock I think that's it. I think Nasiri outerly Taylor app. Jonathan Abram may be in play because everybody's been hyping all three of these guys up like that their top twenty nine top thirty players. I don't know if I feel right now where we sit today great about any of those maybe Adderley, but I think what could happen is if the safety the first safety off the board goes early. Maybe that's what kind of starts swinging things. Mattie. When do you think the first safety goes off, the board made we're crossing our fingers for Carl Joseph life thing here. We will see somebody fly off the board with is earliest possible that nobody really thought about these with you. I think Chauncey garner Johnson's your best bet on the first round that I'm still thinking early twenties at the absolute earliest form Seattle seems like an obvious pick. But I think teams like Philadelphia or you're gonna be the makes even Oakland mid they tried to add some safeties. But when workers Joyner isn't a guy that can do everything safety. There's just there's options. And here's the thing. I think after you pass Chelsea Gardner Johnson. You got the next guys have listed with the seer Adderley table rap Jonathan Abram. I think they're all very role. Specifically, they are various guessing to one thing. They don't have much like flexibility to play in the slot or deep or in the box. Good at one thing or the other. And that's fine. They're good players at that. You can find other quality players at that. Same thing a little bit late. In the Strath. That's why haven't been super wild about going safety early in the drafts for the chiefs. So that's why the other guy I would even bring up. Here's Dr savage. Do think there's a chance that he is that your Lee or maybe by yearly surprise safety that creeps up the first round that nobody saw coming because I do think he has a little bit more versatility. And we've already seen. He's superb athlete. So that would be my only other guy even throw in the mix. I might throw in one third hill. Just the reasoning of being able to play safety corner. Kick down in the slot man, cover. Those are the type of guys I think maybe like I'm going to go on a little limb here and say that one Thornhill goes before Taylor rap and Jonathan Abram just because I think that's fair. I think he should probably I was just kind of speculate on what we've kind hurt the league or right? We we hear the league loves Taylor rap. We hear the league loves Jonathan abor. But in reality, the NFL is doing away with that type of player like that that type of guy that enforcer over the middle of the Kam chancellor type guy, you know, big hits over the middle blowing people up that guy doesn't really survive in today's NFL all that much anymore. And that's that's a little now Abrahams. Not just that wraps not just that. But that's kind of where people view them a little bit. So I I don't think that they're going to go necessarily as high as some think so. Yeah. Chauncey at twenty one. And then you're hoping that maybe a team really falls in love this year Adderley, and he can kind of. Push them other players that the chiefs like down a little further. I think the, you know, the earliest the early the safety comes off the better. So, you know, if if a safety goes in the teen somewhere, I think that actually could really help the chiefs and kinda put them in a situation where maybe a run starts on safeties in guy start paying their saying guy. Go get Adderley. We gotta get. We gotta get whoever. We'll see where we're we'll see where Thornhill because like, I agree. Like, I like Thornhill better than you know, I like him better than rap. I like him better than than Abram too. So it's just Bursa Tilleke. That's that's cover skills. I he's warmer corner. Yeah. Sean, shall we move. Taylor rap to our linebacker group or keep him at safety. I we're close that was. A little bit about that. As as as bad as the linebacker classes. Oh, man, baby. That is linebacker three. He'd be pushing Mak Wilson for that for certain. I can tell you a whole lot about running a slow forty and play in box eighth. I just baby. Maybe like maybe Jonathan Abram Taylor rapper or linebackers in this class. There's he can lose what he's doing. But he can look if you could just switch either Abram speeded size or wraps covers though like you would have a great safety. It would be worthy of around one pick. Just unfortunately, Abram can't see anything in Taylor rap as like the safety version of Jalen, Ferguson. Others. You little Jalen Ferguson's, Sean. Slander there. That was nice file position. The cornerback position. This is going to be Mattie has been riding this trade sits probably like November, not quite November. But close we've been talking about this quarterback class as we've gotten into this cornerback class and looked at it. He keeps saying I want I want to give you a chance to talk about. 'cause I'm not sure we've actually talked about on the show. Quarterbacks go off the border earlier. Even if the quarterback class isn't good like there's like a lot of talk that you know, the Cornerbacks are going to go off the board early. They're gonna go off earlier than their think. Even though we look at it. And we say I think there's one lock right now, greedy Williams or Byron Murphy is a lock. And then the other one is a fringe player. You may want to throw in guys like Shaun bunting. You know, maybe de'andre Baker guys. Like that are fringe kinda swing players is this going to be a year where it's an anomaly at the cornerback position after we've talked through all this, Mattie. What do you think where we at kind of explain some of your your thought process to this whole thing? No, it is not going to be the Lear. It just doesn't happen. As NFL goes more in more towards a passing league coverage becomes more and more important. I think all these analytical websites, whether you would use pro football, focus or anybody else that charts advanced that will come out until you their number say coverage matters more than anything else on defense. Now, it simply the way it is in the NFL his treated it as such quarterbacks get more money than they used to have quite caught up to edge players, but they're closing the gap or any pass rushers quarterbacks are getting drafted as high as defensive ends Astros. Look just last year, but Dinsdale war getting taken over Bradley Chubb at how many people how some people ripped the Browns for it. But then you had nother faction it came out and said this is the right move with the play came out both of having tastic reveres. I don't think Cleveland has in second thoughts about taking the equally rated quarter over the equally rated pass Russia that just it is important in the NFL into. As day age. So with that said quarters are not going to have just one corner in the first round. I know that's all we wanna put their because we want quarters the fall of the chiefs, but someone's gonna take a chance on greedy Williams, who is a picture perfect of athletic profile cornerback you want. He's got all the skills traits that you're looking for even if he can't tackle doesn't wanna tackle. He doesn't add it. He's gonna cover guys. Byron Murphy has great tape. Rocky soon has great character traits to work with a mighty warrior so on so on so on these guys have things you can work with. And when it's something that you can work with and a position that matters so much the NFL now, you don't wait. Okay. But Matty, my questions specifically for you is do you think that to are off the board before they chiefs picket twenty nine I want to know that answer. That's a tough one. You're gonna say, yes. But I don't think it's greedy Williams environmental. I think it someone. I think I think that rocky sin more money or you warrior, a ends up going before greedy or by Murphy likely by her fix. I really do think the Greenwood earlier than people think I think Byron Murphy is going to be the third or fourth corner. Taken for one of those other guys. Okay. So here's I'm going to audible creeks. I want to ask both of you answer. This. I wanna ask Maddie. I would you sacrifice a run on quarterbacks to ensure that let's say clone feral can be traded up for it. Twenty one. I would rather have Byron Murphy or greedy Williams at twenty nine trading up the barrel twenty one okay Craig same question. Could you if you could you sacrifice all these guys just so that you could trade up for Colin Farrell? No. And I'm also the type of person I team edge. Like, I think that the chiefs need to add an edge. I've been pretty strong in that even though I remember he's my dude I want the chiefs to draft him a really do he'd be my favorite pick. But I just I don't want the chiefs to sacrifice all these guys. And part of that is I if you afford me a moment here, I asked the question of you guys earlier today, I was looking at about the top eleven corners there, and we were talking about how all of these guys have basically gotten some sort of early round to buzz at some point in the process Shaw. Bunting is the bottom of that group right now. And I was asking you guys who on that list. Would you be like seriously upset or shocked if they went in round one and Lonnie Johnson was really the guy that that we kinda all agreed just because his tape is pretty poor. But I mean, I just don't think that the the gap between a lot of these guys is so large that that that the chiefs want to be sacrificing a bunch of them because if they sacrifice a bunch of them a sacrifice a run on him. So that they can trade up for an edge. That means that they don't have any when it gets back around around too. Because all these guys if they all at one point have round to buzz that means you're missing out on them. If you have a run, Raymond the first round. And right. I would almost rather. If there was a run on 'em taking even all the way down. Down to Sean bunting at that point at twenty nine which I know chiefs fans are going to turn their nose up at a little bit. But I I would I would much rather have a situation like that than risking missing out on one. I guess. Yeah. And I think like where we have Sean bunting ranked in the Casey draft guide might surprise people that we'd probably be okay with a guy like bunting. It's mostly. I think there's just a good ceiling to end these great athletic profile a willing to actor. He's a physical player who's best. Football's ahead of him. So he just may not be as close to his, you know, ability to to contribute at a high level right away. But here's one thing. I've kind of you know, I I don't know if I've said this on the pod. Or if I if I've not I don't know sometimes I think the process lead some players to more rapid, accelerated growth in their developmental process. I think some guys that you know, are finally exposed to good nutrition. Good coaching, the mental side of things all these things and just extra time to grow. I think some guys just grow up quicker through it. Sean bunting might be one of those guys where the process. Has been very good to him and very helpful to him in his development. Right. 'cause I don't know if he's been playing cornerback for too long anyways. So you've got a great athletic profile. And yeah, his tape. We we had like a thirty. Do we have a third around? Great. Yeah. We do. Yeah. On buddy, right? Have been higher on them to anyway. But you look at those kind of guys like buntings the kinda guy that the tape. You saw in November December he might have made a huge jump in the last four months, and I will. And he's one of those guys that the process could benefit right? And I will say this of players tier one athletic testing quarterback players. The thing that Casey grabbed draft gut. There have only been two players since twenty ten that were tier one testers taken the first round that were not first team pro bowlers only to one of them is Gary and Conley. Like, it might just matter of time for him. The other one is Bradley Roby who has been a very good player for a long time. I mean at both those guys are still good price. So of those guys if you're looking at shown bunting at twenty nine history would tell you that. You've got a good shot in the past decade. You've got a good shot of getting a player that could be a very good player. Sure. And I think the path to him being a good player is not hard to see you. And like, I think that's you know, I kind of just turned into talking yourselves, Sean, but it's not gonna be that hard for his even if the grade says it there's there's a lot in there. Right. And. The athlete. Profile is very real. Sorry, go Mattie, greater stuff on the highest. Look Sean bunting ended less five corners off the board of the first round. I don't think I would wanna take him at twenty nine. I'm probably the one that wants to take him at twenty nine the lease. Because like Craig was talking about earlier, I think that gap between even budding and somebody that you'll get a gig at sixty one sixty three is so minimal even if you wanna go down to what we're gonna call our third group of quarters, Julian loves, David logs, guys like that. I just think they're close enough the shot bunting that I would rather not take him it into the first round. And would rather wait to the end of the second. See if somebody like, Joe, Walsh Williams, falls, something like that. It just on the grades being funny. I probably has been the woman's been the most anti de'andre Baker this whole time. But we don't talk about enough of this podcast anymore. Users chantey goes in the first round as well. Even if we don't like him that much, but I also granted him the highest at I won't the lease to do with him out of anybody on the out of this group too. So. Funny. Weird how that works? Well, and I think, you know, the Sean bunching path to being comfortable with that is if the run happens, right? And so you're not as confident that when you get around to sixty one you're gonna get someone that you're throw rat. Right. That's where I think that's kind of those of the past talking. You're talking me into Sean bunting, honestly. But we grew. So okay. We are going to come back after this break talk about some trait up scenarios, we think will be available at some pretty key spots when it comes to trade ups right after this. So we wanted to talk a little bit and kind of closed. This thing out talking about some key trade up areas, and who we think might be available in those spots. So I'm just going to list these all out real quick. And then I'm gonna let Matty Craig, and then I'll kind of close out and give our opinions on what we would do what we think of these. So we kind of came to the conclusion we think, you know, people that could be available at eighteen where the chiefs could use their second round pick. That's even value on the trade shirt that you can find the Casey draft guide. A second round pick gets you about eighteen so clone fail the edge from Clemson. Byron Murphy, the cornerback from Washington. Simmons from from Mississippi State Montas sweat from Mississippi swit- state, Gary bradberry from from North Carolina State the interior offensive linemen Chauncey Gardiner Johnson. I think that's your pool. Eighteen at twenty one. We restrict it down. We would still guess Colin. Farrell Simmons Murphy. Chauncey garner Johnson's still available at twenty one. Your third round pick gets you to twenty one at twenty nine. We think it Simmons. We think it's Tillery Jerry Tillery the interior defensive linemen from Notre Dame. We think a guy like Imani are Awari as a guy that could be play there a guy like Justin lane, the cornerback from Michigan state or rock. Yes. In from from from temples a lot of those kind of fringe round one round two corners in some people's eyes, Mattie with all this information that you have here. What decision are you making? Work it in order, if I'm sitting there looking at pick eighteen with those guys available of not giving up a second round pick out like that pool of players enough that I think somebody will slide down without Mike ward side, put no fought into giving up a second round pick to go eighteen pick twenty would I still have three guys clearly Farrell Jefferson's. Byron Murphy, I'll like were eight picks away douse was getting a little dicey have three guys super high left. I think I would still let it ride at this point. If I felt through the chiefs that one of them would slip the twenty nine so I'd probably still let it rule, and we got the pick twenty nine Jeffrey sevens was the last of those three. That's why would end up here. The scenario. Don't hindsight. From this position though. I would trade up by third round pick to go to twenty one and take Cleland Farrell or by adversity at probably flip a coin these I love both of them pretty much equally. I think I've lied. Murphy coverage is a little bit more important. But with all three of them there at pick twenty one. I don't know if I would make the move in real time without. Knowing that they're coming off the board for share Brit, peach talks, a lot about the pockets in the draft and looking at the pockets, maybe the pockets of value there at eighteen you can look at that. And say, oh, I don't need to give up a top, you know, sixty five asset in order to find a guy if I can wait and give up, you know, pick number ninety two to try and catch one of these dudes in this pocket of value. But like Matt said at twenty one if you had four guys there that you conceivably thought was a good fit for you. And you had to wait another eight picks. Now, I'm making that move up on draft in one of those four guys, I'm probably taken Byron Murphy as well. Even though I think the Cleveland furrow would be a major asset on this team. This team just doesn't have any Cornerbacks on this roster really worth a whole lot after this year. So I said earlier I'd trade up for Jeffrey Simmons, I trade up for clone. Fair. No more. I think in this scenario. I'd give up my third around pig for clone. Farrell. I love the player. I think he's also one of the ten best players in this entire class. I know his testing has limited his opportunity or his lack of testing is kind of kind of kept a veil over over some of you know, some teams opinions potentially on and that might be wise falling, but he's a fantastic interview. High character player he's got the the prototypical size, and I think he's one of the ten best players in this class too. So I think I would move up four clo- Farrell knowing that I'm gonna be able to get his productivity for an entire season. I do it for Simmons to I think about with Simmons too. I like both of those players a lot. I like Byron to like this is a tough spot. I like all the players that are available at twenty one. I'd be thrilled. If the cheese could pull it off. And the reason I say twenty one is because the Seattle Seahawks want more assets. They are clearly don't they only have four in this class. So you could give them an extra. A third to move back to twenty nine. I think the Seahawks in the ravens are very much in play to trade up. So those are two spots. I'm keeping an eye on. But I'd move up for clone. Feral I might have to be more aggressive again in the second round. With those two second round picks to try to get a cornerback. And ensure I think you could do the, you know, the same way that the chiefs did that Cincinnati Bengals where with the Bengals where they took. They traded two picks to move up and move back with both of them. I think that she's could do that very easily to you could kind of turn it into like a the fiftieth pick in the draft. Just take whatever cornerback is available there like fifty. So that's that's what I would do. Guys. We will talk to you after the we'll talk to you at the draft show on Wednesday. There's going to be a lot of coverage this next few days this entire week. You're going to be able to find so much on the pride podcast network. And we are so excited for the draft to finally be here. We will catch you all on Wednesday. My name is Spencer hall by name is Jason Kurt. 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