Kansas City Chiefs: Complete 2014 NFL Draft Wrap-Up and Analysis

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Kansas City Chiefs: Complete 2014 NFL Draft Wrap-Up and Analysis
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Now that the 2014 NFL draft and its athletic auction are just another "X" on the offseason calendar, the Kansas City Chiefs and their fans are finally afforded a moment to take a breath, reflect and frame everything into its proper perspective. 

Last year, the 2013 Chiefs represented a sea change.

Incompetent quarterbacking was a thing of the past. The offense slowly but surely progressed from an antiquated two-scoops-of-vanilla clunker to a modernized maze of routes and runners. The defense graduated from a predominantly passive Cover 2 to a blitzing blitzkrieg. 

More importantly, the front office wasn't a stone's throw away from becoming a dictatorship

However, as the culture changed, so did fans' expectations (Red Sea change?). 

So, now that Kansas City has restocked its arsenal with pass-rushing projectile Dee Ford, along with enough offensive ammunition to give Rambo an inferiority complex, did John Dorsey's draft offset free agency's woes?

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