This offseason, the Chiefs successfully added depth on the offense through free agency. Although head coach Romeo Crennel claims that the team is heading into the draft without any holes on the roster, he's likely just putting up a smoke screen to keep other teams guessing about Kansas City's plans.
The Chiefs signed several free agents and will be getting back three Pro Bowlers who suffered season-ending injuries at one point last season.
Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli has a chance to complete the roster with a successful draft, giving the Chiefs a more talented and deeper team than last year.
The Chiefs have the 11th pick in the draft and have some options, including trading down.
Pioli may be looking to find at least two starters from this year's draft to help construct the "right 53".