KC Chiefs: What To Expect From Second Year Players, Part One

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Dec 29, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; Kansas City Chiefs running back Knile Davis (34) celebrates a touchdown during the Chiefs 27-24 overtime loss to the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Stan Liu-USA TODAY Sports

The 2013 NFL Draft gave the KC Chiefs eight total picks. These eight guys all survived their rookie year and now will be entering their second year in the pros.

The 2014 season will be a huge one for these eight players. Some of them were injured and barely (or never) saw the field as a rookie. Others had fumbling issues and weren’t trusted at the start of the season. And others just plain struggled.

Now that the rookie season is over and done with, that “Oh he’s a rookie” excuse can’t be pulled anymore. It’s time for these guys to step up and show that they belong in the big leagues.

So what’s in store for these guys? Today we’ll take a look at the first three KC Chiefs selections in the 2013 draft and what their seasons might look like in 2014.

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  • Reggie Flenory

    The only one on this team that makes me nervous is fisher and i MEAN NERVOUS he got better late in the yr but man hes gotta have a better season or we are toasted kelce is SUPER EXCITED ABOUT i think hes gonna be our secret weapon in offense him and dat and DAVIS just needs to stay healthy i like em alot

    • Leigh Oleszczak

      Yup, couldn’t have said it any better. The team’s success relies heavily on if Fisher can show he’s worthy of the first overall pick. If not, the Chiefs are in deep trouble.

      • Reggie Flenory

        Especially with this hard ass schedule we could sink below 500 before the bye week if everythimg isnt up too par

  • Hawthorne

    The whole Oline is one big ? Yes Stephenson is good, but he’s never started more than a few games in a row and he’s always been better on the left than the right. Allen is a returning starter, though that’s not necessarily a good thing. Hudson is ok if he can stay healthy, RG isn’t even settled yet and Fischer hasn’t been able to build the upper body strength he needs to stay healthy. If all the pieces fit together at once this line could be pretty BA, but the odds of that happening are not as high as I would like.