Kansas City Chiefs: Not So Obvious Top 10 Chiefs Of 2013, Part 1

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Kansas City Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman (42) Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports


The “Sherminator,” really is cliche but yet, it fits how he played for the Chiefs this season. Sherman was acquired via trade with the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for corner back, Javier Arenas. Arenas was the pick the Chiefs made in the 2010 draft, after acquiring that draft pick from Atlanta for Tony Gonzalez. So basically, Sherman is here through a domino effect of the Tony G trade. Anyway, Sherman turned out to be an excellent pick up for the Chiefs in so many ways.

He contributed in blocking, rushing, and receiving- often being a safety blanket for Alex Smith. Sherman had a spectacular play in the first half of the Cleveland game when he caught a screen pass, followed his blocking perfectly, and finished with the first touchdown of his career. He also caught a shovel pass from Smith in the playoff loss that resulted in a touchdown.

Anthony Sherman finished with 19 receptions for 155 yards and two touchdowns, giving him an average of 8.6 yards per catch. He was a guy that was a lot like McGrath in that, he always seemed to make a play on third down, helping to move the chains for the Chiefs and keeping drives alive. Yes, he had that horrible fumble against Denver on Sunday Night Football, but Sherman is the Chiefs answer at full back and the number 6 player on this list.

Stay tuned for numbers 5 through 1 that will be posted later this week. Make sure to comment below with your thoughts.