Defense, defense and defense should be the name of the game for the Kansas City Chiefs, although it’s highly possible they look for an explosive running back after releasing Kareem Hunt earlier this season.
Still, K.C.’s offense is prolific enough to table that worry until another time. It wouldn’t be a bad idea to invest all of the Chiefs’ top NFL Draft picks to alleviate what has turned into one of the worst defenses in the league this season.
Bringing back the prolific Dee Ford is essential, but finding some help in the secondary is a must, too. Especially considering the injury woes safety Eric Berry has had for some time now.
With Clemson cornerback Trayvon Mullen, whose 6-foot-2 and 190-pound frame should be ideal to NFL scouts, the Chiefs would find an option to upgrade their boundary defenders, allowing later picks to address the middle of the field.