Kansas City Chiefs: Worst Draft Picks Of The John Dorsey Regime

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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver De'Anthony Thomas
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver De’Anthony Thomas. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports /

Worst John Dorsey Picks For The Kansas City Chiefs #10

De’Anthony Thomas – RB/WR: 4th Round of 2014 NFL Draft

The fact that an active player is on this list at all is a credit to the job that John Dorsey has done for the Kansas City Chiefs. However, I think that most of us would agree that De’Anthony Thomas probably has little time left with the Chiefs organization. That is especially true after the team has begun to use him less and less.

De’Anthony Thomas’s time in KC has really just been kind of weird. After a great rookie season, his 2015 campaign dropped off significantly and ended on a bad note. Last year, the Chiefs made a clear statement about the future when they drafted Tyreek Hill who plays essentially the same role.

Who Could They Have Had?

Truth be told, De’Anthony Thomas was likely the best player between where he was taken and when the Chiefs took Aaron Murray in the 5th round. Since Thomas is still on the roster, it’s also hard to say that he’s been a complete bust. As I said before, John Dorsey has done a pretty great job at drafting…someone had to be #10.