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2012 NFL Draft Grade: SB Nation Gives Chiefs 'B' Grade Through 3 Rounds

The Kansas City Chiefs have had one of the more boring draft classes in the 2012 NFL Draft through three rounds, but when a team is able to add potential starters and solid depth along the lines, then that's a success in the eyes of most. Thus despite the lack of flash or flair, the Chiefs earn a solid "B" grade from SB Nation's Joel Thorman after the first two days.

He writes, "Boom-or-bust on Dontari Poe, but that's a big boom. Jeff Allen is a future starter at guard. Donald Stephenson is the swing tackle. This is about depth." The Chiefs had major depth issues across both lines in 2011, and that won't be a problem moving forward into 2012. Whether or not the guys have major impact in the next season, this is a draft class that is sure to reap dividends for years to come.

For more coverage on the 2012 NFL Draft, be sure to check out this StoryStream. For complete draft results, head over to SB Nation's NFL hub. For even more comprehensive coverage, check out Mocking the Draft.