KC Chiefs: 2013 NFL Draft Two Years Later

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Travis Kelce and Knile Davis have been the two studs from this draft class for sure. They’re also the two best picks of the Andy Reid/John Dorsey era in Kansas City. Both of these guys have really impacted the offense in a positive way and hopefully they’ll continue to do so.

Eric Fisher, despite being the number one overall pick, has been a disappointment. He has probably one more year to really improve and show he has what it takes to be a starting tackle in the NFL.

Nico Johnson was a bust. Enough said.

Sanders Commings could be a good pick, but injuries have plagued his young career so far.

Eric Kush might have a chance to start this year, which is impressive for a sixth round pick. He could even be one of two sixth round picks starting along the offensive line, should Zach Fulton get the nod to start again this season.

Braden Wilson didn’t last long with the team. The Chiefs also have Anthony Sherman so the need for a fullback wasn’t really crucial.

Mike Catapano hopefully will bounce back and be able to make some plays on defense this year, much like he did during his rookie year.

As I mentioned on the first slide, the 2013 NFL Draft was bad all together. You can’t get too angry at Reid and Dorsey for the lack of talent available in the draft that year.

Luckily, the KC Chiefs walked away with Travis Kelce and Knile Davis that year, both of whom have become favorites in Kansas City.

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