KC Chiefs: 2013 NFL Draft Two Years Later

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Kansas City Chiefs tackle Eric Fisher (72) – Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

On April 25th, 2013, the KC Chiefs made offensive tackle Eric Fisher the first overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. The Chiefs “earned” the first overall pick in 2013 by posting the worst record that season at 2-14, and let’s just say it right now. 2012 was an awful season for the Chiefs.

They had the first overall pick and of course when it was Kansas City’s year to draft first overall, there were no quarterbacks worth taking with the number one pick. The best quarterback available that year was West Virginia’s Geno Smith, who didn’t end up being selected until the second round (by the New York Jets in case you forgot).

Not only were the quarterbacks bad in 2013, but that year’s draft was one of the worst drafts possibly ever. I don’t just mean for the Chiefs, but in general. Horrible draft. Scouts knew going into it that it was going to be a weak class, but jeez. Just the Kansas City Chiefs’ luck to get the first overall pick when there was no clear cut number one pick.

Anyway, moving on, the Chiefs had eight picks in 2013’s draft and only a few of them have made a big impact. Let’s take a look at these guys in detail and see what they’ve provided the Chiefs since being drafted two years ago.

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