Where would Chiefs' Eric Fisher rank among OTs in 2014 NFL Draft?

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

If the Kansas City Chiefs No.1 pick from last year were in this draft, where would he be ranked?

The Godfather Gil Brandt answered some questions on Twitter today and this one right is of interest to KC Chiefs fans.

That would be Auburn's Greg Robinson and Texas A&M's Jake Matthews (who comes from a good family). Both are projected to be top 10 picks in the 2014 NFL Draft. Last year, Fisher went No. 1, Luke Joeckel went No. 2 and Lane Johnson went No. 4. Brandt also believes Michigan's Taylor Lewan will be a top 10 pick, which means he would probably put Fisher somewhere in the top 10 of this draft. Hopefully the Chiefs end up with a good player either way.

A few other thoughts from Gil Brandt's Q&A today....

About Johnny Manziel falling to the Chiefs

AP reader andrew33 just wrote about LB Ryan Shazier

Eastern Illinois QB Jimmy Garoppolo ahead of Teddy Bridgewater?

Late round stars to be found.

Safest picks in the draft -- Khalil Mack and Jake Matthews

Run after the catch ability seems important for the Chiefs.

Could the Raiders trade back from No. 5?

No. 23 too early for WR Cody Latimer?

The cost for the Falcons to trade up to No. 1

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