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There is one player I wish we had from KC

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I'm actually a big KC fan also and love a lot of the players they have on defense (Poe, Johnson, Berry). But if I could only take one player and add him, besides berry??

 

 

De'anthony Thomas. Good grief that boy has some speed huh? How nice would it be to have him returning our punts AND kickoffs?

 

 

 

Not too much speed for Brandon Williams tho I will add :)

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I love Thomas...i was hoping Barner was a slower version of him but DeAnthony is special.

Amazing how much vile i got from Huddlers saying "we got Barner!!" when I suggested he would be an excellent mid late pick. I think mocks had him in the 5th/6th which is really low for a guy with his speed and hands.

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If you banned everyone you disagreed with or everyone that posted content that went against traditional thinking, who would be left?

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I was getting tired of hearing about him the whole stinking game.

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That TE Kelce looked like Gronk's twin

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