The Kansas City Chiefs have completed a trade for San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith, which most assume means they Chiefs won't be drafting West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith with the first overall pick. This means now that the Jacksonville Jaguars will be in position to draft Smith, barring another team trading up to the number one overall pick, if they choose to.

This draft is starting to feel a lot like the 2008 NFL Draft, when now Jaguars general manager David Caldwell was with the Atlanta Falcons as Thomas Dimitroff's underling. That was a draft that was viewed as a weak one, in terms of the quarterback position, and led the Miami Dolphins to passing on Ryan for offensive tackle Jake Long.