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

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Kansas City Chiefs draft bust Eric Kush
Kansas City Chiefs draft bust Erc Kush. Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports /

Worst John Dorsey Picks For The Kansas City Chiefs #6

Eric Kush – C: 6th Round of 2013 NFL Draft

The internet was almost unbearable when the Kansas City Chiefs drafted Eric Kush in 2013. The huge center with the unfortunate last name became the instant crush of every pot head (real and poser) Chiefs fan. However, the reality of “KC Kush” did not match the hype (interpret that as you will), and the big man was soon headed elsewhere.

Eric Kush would log some playing time with the Chiefs, but realistically his best contribution was in the offseason. Kush provided some great comic relief in his antics with teammates doing “Fat Arm Fridays”, tandem bicycles, and tank top photo shoots. After bouncing around the league, he now has a home with the Chicago Bears offensive line.

Who Could They Have Had?

What a time to get a running back. Spencer Ware, Latavius Murray, Theo Reddick, and Rex Burkhead all went in the 6th round in 2013. Obviously things eventually worked out with Ware…but I wouldn’t have minded Murray as our backup to Jamaal Charles.