This new development of Sanchez moving up into the top 10 affects Curry, and if you look at the board, he could fall to 7 or 8 easily -- which just happens to be about the value of the 23 and 34 picks put together. Right now people are talking about Sanchez going to Seattle. Which means that one of two things could happen to make Curry fall. Either someone trades to #3 to grab Sanchez, bumping KC off a possible Curry pick, or else KC just doesn't pick Curry. Look at the rest of the board. Cleveland will almost certainly take Crabtree. Cincy needs a tackle in the worst way, so they'll go Monroe or Smith, whoever doesn't go #2. And Oakland is a pretty good bet to look at a wideout (Maclin, Heyward-Bey) or a tackle like Andre Smith. I get that Curry is a very strong possibility to go either to KC, which needs a linebacker, or Seattle, which needs one even worse now that Petersen is gone. But a Sanchez pick at #4 makes a Curry slide to the bottom of the top 10 possible. At that point, why not grab him? Just a thought.