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Offensive line help is a necessity for K.C.'s ravaged unit. Clady is a complete tackle and the best on the board after Jake Long is taken. But a potential trade of sack leader Jared Allen brings the D-line's needs to the forefront. Nobody said it was easy.
New York Jets
The Jets' running attack was a middling 19th in the league last year, so McFadden has been an option for weeks. If he's gone, the choice will be easy: Take the guy who'll give you a dozen years of high-motor, high-production football.
New England Patriots
They're a base 3--4 defensive team, but Bill Belichick likes to throw in a lot of 4--3 on pressure downs. And with the dynamic, disruptive Dorsey lining up next to All-Pro Richard Seymour, the Pats will have enough pressure to make lives miserable.