|Oh Kevin Lockett...You know I could never put you on this list.|
I haven't been watching ESPN lately but I imagine that they are covering the Jay Cutler/Josh McDaniels tempertantrum ad nauseum. To mitigate that sickness in your stomach, let's take a bit of time out of your day in order to rag on the Kansas City Chiefs' inept drafting over the years.
That should make us all feel better, right?
In the last 7 years, the Chiefs have spent 4 of 7 First round picks on Defense, EVERY Second round pick on Defense, and 5 Third rounders on Defense.
Yes, DThomasReigns, quoting Jack Harry, provided one of the saddest stats I've ever read about our team. Unfortunately, we see that trend again today, as we examine the worst second round picks ever by the Kansas City Chiefs.
The contenders are after the jump.
QB Mike Elkins (1989, #32 overall)
- 1-2 passing in his career with the Chiefs
- 5 yards passing with the Chiefs
- 16.7 QB rating
The only picture I could find (via www.thesabre.com)
QB Matt Blundin (1992, #40 overall)
- TD:INT - 0-2
- Passing yards: 15
- QB rating: 0.0
RB Mike Cloud (1999, #54 overall)
- Played four seasons
- 121 rushing attempts
- 381 yards rushing
- 4 touchdowns
DE Eddie Freeman (2002, #43 overall)
- 15 tackles
- 0 starts
TE Kris WIlson (2004, #61 overall)
- Receptions: 42
- Receiving Yards: 345
- Receiving TDs: 4
DT Junior Siavii (2004, #36 overall)
- 13 tackles
- 0 starts
What a terrible waste of draft picks. Junior Siavii takes the cake IMO. You're a second round DT and you never start a game?