Kansas City Chiefs: 7 players who could make the Pro Bowl for the first time
By Matt Conner
Kendall Fuller went from an impressive rookie to the best slot corner in the NFL (this side of Chris Harris) in a single season. Now headed into Week 3, the Chiefs are hoping his learning curve continues at the same rate as they need his strong instincts and significant talents in the middle of the secondary.
Bleacher Report called Fuller the best slot corner in the game today, and his inclusion in the Alex Smith trade stung a lot of Redskins players (which only adds to the hype). Fuller is not only the most talented corner on the roster but he must now deliver from the void left by the Marcus Peters trade. He’ll be relying on David Amerson and Steven Nelson around him to bring him up to speed, but the team itself is looking for Fuller to be the playmaking force with a nose for the ball.
Last season, Fuller had 54 tackles in the slot with 4 interceptions and 10 passes defended. If he can man the middle in the same way for the Chiefs, he will be a valuable addition this offseason and could end up