John Dorsey: ranking the best moves of the Kansas City Chiefs GM

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3. Drafting Travis Kelce

Exiting the 2013 draft, I thought that, given their potential, Sanders Commings and Travis Kelce were Dorsey’s two best picks.

If Jamaal Rashaad Jones Charles hadn’t taken the metaphor out of “ankle-breaker,” I’m confident that I’d be basking in the praise of my Commings prediction. Instead, I’ve been hoarding rain checks.

Like Commings, Kelce’s first season was riddled by injuries. A year later, though, it took the tight end all of one quarter to turn critics into believers.

The rug-cutting fan favorite finished 2014 as Pro Football Focus’ No. 4 tight end and tallied 33 more yards after the catch than any of his league-wide peers.