Ranking the Chiefs Last 10 First-Round Picks, Worst to Best

Patrick Mahomes has three Super Bowl wins in his first six seasons
Patrick Mahomes has three Super Bowl wins in his first six seasons / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
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4. Eric Fisher, LT - 2013

The No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft was panned early in his career and never made an All-Pro team, but Eric Fisher became a symbol of consistency and helped hold down the left side of the offensive line for eight years in Kansas City.

Widely regarded as the worst draft class of the last decade-plus, the 2013 class didn't leave the Chiefs with many options. That Fisher turned into a two-time Pro Bowler and Super Bowl champion is a testament to his hard work and he'll be fondly remembered in Chiefs Kingdom for helping transform the team into a champion.

Fisher was never the league's best offensive tackle and compares unfavorably to No. 1 overall picks over the years. However, he became what the organization needed him to be and earned a ring for his efforts.

He would play one season with the Colts before retiring, and he even caught a TD pass himself in 2020 after blocking for so many over the years.

Given the available options at the time, even hindsight looks favorably upon Fisher's selection in the end. After all, Super Bowls are what matter and he's got one.