Kansas City Chiefs: Building the worst team from the last decade
By Grant Tuttle
The Chiefs have been lucky to have great tight ends on their rosters. Currently, I believe Travis Kelce is the best in the league and that Tony Gonzalez is the best to ever grace an NFL roster. Unfortunately, between these two were a few underwhelming options.
The Worst: Brad Cottam
Brad Cottam played two years for the Kansas City Chiefs getting the nod for 8 career starts. In those 8 starts and 24 games played, Cottam finished with 16 receptions, 183 yards, and 0 touchdowns. There is not to say to describe Cottam other than that he just wasn’t good at being a top tight end.
Honorable Mention: Jake O’Connell, Sean Ryan, Tony Moeaki, and Anthony Becht.
The Chiefs have had their fair share of disappointment and inadequacy protecting the quarterback in the past decade. We have seen plenty of turnover and plenty of problems along the offensive line. These are just the five worst in my opinion: