Is John Dorsey the Kansas City Chiefs real MVP?

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Sep 13, 2015; Houston, TX, USA; Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Albert Wilson (12) looks to run as Houston Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson (25) defends during the game at NRG Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

13. Nick Williams – DL

With Allen Bailey injured and Dontari Poe being eased back into full playing time early in the season it has been Nick Williams, a former undrafted player out of Samford that has filled in as part of the defensive line rotation. It would have been easy for the Chiefs defensive front to struggle without Bailey and with Poe not at 100 percent, but even during the losing streak the defensive front played well and Williams is a part of that.

14. Albert Wilson – WR

At this point, second-year undrafted free agent Albert Wilson has firmly established himself as the Chiefs No. 2 wide receiver. Wilson currently has 20 receptions for 262 yards and a touchdown. While those aren’t eye-popping numbers, Wilson is clearly Alex Smith’s most trusted target after Jeremy Maclin and Travis Kelce.

15. Frank Zombo – LB

Frank Zombo is one of those guys that every team needs on their 53-man roster. The veteran contributes on special teams and has filled in at both inside and outside linebacker when needed due to injuries. He’ll never be a player that opposing teams fear, but he does a solid job of holding down the fort when asked.

While there may not be a single player on that list that receives any Pro Bowl votes, those 15 players are vital to KC’s success this season. During the Scott Pioli years the bottom of the Chiefs roster was filled with players that quickly found themselves out of the NFL all together after they left KC.

Dorsey has changed that by consistently finding players that can not only stick on the 53-man roster, but actually make positive contributions on a playoff contending team. If not for this ability to find “jewels in the rough” the Chiefs would not be where they are today.

That’s why people should be talking about Dorsey when they discuss who deserves the most credit for the Chiefs success this season. The COMPLETE roster that Dorsey has built in Kansas City may just make him “Da Real MVP” for the 2015 Chiefs.

So what do you think, Addicts? Does John Dorsey deserve to be universally praised for how he’s constructed this roster or are you still holding a grudge for some of the mistakes he may have made? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

As always, thanks for reading and GO CHIEFS!!!!!!!!