Chiefs Punk Bills Yet Again With Shocking First-Round Heist

The Chiefs selected WR Xavier Worthy after trading with the Bills in the first round of the NFL Draft
The Chiefs selected WR Xavier Worthy after trading with the Bills in the first round of the NFL Draft / Sara Diggins/American-Statesman / USA

No matter how many times Lucy puts the football down, Charlie Brown never learns his lesson.

Somehow, the Buffalo Bills continually let Brett Veach and the Kansas City Chiefs abuse, mock, and disrespect them in the NFL Draft. Buffalo traded away the right to draft Patrick Mahomes then Kansas City jumped in front of them to take Trent McDuffie a couple of years later, and now the Chiefs have pulled off another draft-day heist.

The Bills were in desperate need of wide receiver help but traded away the 28th overall pick to let the Chiefs take Texas WR Xavier Worthy in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft. Maybe this time Lucy won't pick the football up.

Chiefs News: KC Poaches WR Xavier Worthy From Bills With Incredible Trade

How do the Bills keep letting this happen? I'm genuinely stunned. The Chiefs now have a genuine Tyreek Hill replacement and, suddenly, one of the best wide receiver rooms in the AFC.

Worthy, Hollywood Brown, Rashee Rice, and Travis Kelce make up a downright deadly pass-catching group for Patrick Mahomes. That Buffalo allowed this to happen on their watch is laughable at best and fireable at worst. Here are the details of the trade:

The standout Texas wideout has 4.3 40-yard dash speed and caught 197 passes for 2,755 yards and seven TDs over three years as a Longhorn. He'll remind fans of Desean Jackson from Andy Reid's early days in Philadelphia, providing the offense with a genuine field-stretcher capable of taking the top off the defense.

No matter who the Bills pick, they're among the biggest losers of the first round. They let their biggest rival get significantly better and now have a massive hole at the exact position the Chiefs improved.

As always, it looks like the AFC will run through Kansas City for years to come.

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