And now, as promised.
Kansas City is going into the draft after making a pretty big splash, dealing their second round pick to the New England Patriots for Matt Cassel and Mike Vrabel, shoring up two major question marks. With a potential franchise QB in fold, there is no need to invest in Mark Sanchez, and adding Mike Vrabel would mean that KC would likely pass on an Aaron Curry should he be available.
Offensive and defensive line are tempting, with this draft being the deepest offensive line draft in recent memory. However, this is where the sleeper pick comes into play.
Kansas City coach Todd Haley ran the Arizona offense to perfection on route to a Super Bowl, and did so with a veteran QB and two elite wideouts. He now has a potential star QB and a potential star wideout, but another weapon wouldn't hurt.
Without further adieu, the Kansas City Chiefs select, despite injury concerns:
Michael Crabtree, wideout, Texas Tech.