The NFL draft is an exciting time for teams and their fans. Regardless of draft position, the enthusiasm surrounding organizations leading up to, and including, the draft itself, is the sign of how each team will transition into the next season—which, after the Super Bowl, is all everyone is really looking forward to anyway.
Drafting low typically indicates that a team is coming off a good season and drafting high signifies a season in which expectations were not met.
Since 2000, The Kansas City Chiefs have had their share of high picks, but usually find themselves drafting somewhere in the middle of the pack.
Some of the players selected by the Chiefs have panned out well; however, those have typically come from the later rounds. They have hit on some of their first round picks recently, but more often than not, the players they have invested high picks in either immediately left fans questioning the decision, or eventually turned out to be duds.
Here are the five worst draft picks by the Kansas City Chiefs since 2000.