Eric Fisher and Mitch Schwartz: Anchors of the offensive line
Fisher joined the team and took his spot on the offensive line in 2013. The previous season, Kansas City had gone 2-14 and earned the first-overall pick in that draft. Setting up his best player available strategy, John Dorsey took Fisher at No. 1 overall. Fisher got to work right away. He played his rookie season at right tackle as left tackle was still held by Branden Albert. Fisher was not all that spectacular, presenting a somewhat underwhelming performance. Compared to what Barry Richardson gave us, it was a huge step up.
The 2014 season rolled around and Fisher took over at left tackle, he turned in a couple more underwhelming performances due to his lack of refinement and injury battles. Even spending time as a backup tackle while it got sorted out. The last two seasons he started to turn a corner going from his rookie season to this one 34.9 and 44.3 in 2013 and 2014 respectively. 2015 and 2016 he shot way up to 72.5 and 76.7 respectively.
Fisher, according to PFF finished 34th overall of all tackles. Assuming 64 tackles for all 32 teams play left and right, that is not bad. Certainly someone on the rise to build your offensive line around. Though, at a lower price, please. This man is way overpaid.