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Chiefs’ HC Reid Says Eric Fisher can play at a ‘Pro Bowl-caliber level’ at right tackle

The Kansas City Chiefs selected offensive tackle Eric Fisher with the first overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. It was general manager John Dorsey and head coach Andy Reid’s first draft with the Chiefs, so expectations were high. Almost immediately it was clear that the 2013 draft class wasn’t very good and that Fisher wasn’t living up to the lofty expectations that fans naturally...
Via The Sports Daily
September 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs position preview: Offensive line

Eric Fisher (72) and he Chiefs offensive line will look to improve in 2015 (kcchiefs.com). The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off a disappointing 2014 season in which they ended the year 9-7 and without a trip to the playoffs. The offensive line a year ago went through a transition period in which only Rodney Hudson, now with the Oakland Raiders, returned as the only player to play...
Via isportsweb.com
August 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Areas of concern for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2015

Eric Fisher The Kansas City Chiefs have been working hard this offseason, attempting to address some obvious concerns at a variety of positions, including wide receiver, offensive line, and the secondary. This has been easier said than done, as the Chiefs are up against the 2015 salary cap. The NFL has set the salary cap figure for 2015 at 143.28 million dollars and without getting...
Via isportsweb.com
May 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Eric Fisher: 'I'm in the best shape I've ever been in my life'

Kansas City's top pick of 2013 has yet to deliver on his lofty draft slot. But this season could be the one that Eric Fisher finally becomes the Chiefs' dominant left tackle. "Honestly, I cut like 20, 30 pounds of body fat," Fisher said. "I'm feeling really good." And that's good news for the Chiefs, whose only returning starter on the offensive line is Fisher.  The Central Michigan...
Via FOX Sports
April 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs’ draft needs

Coming off of a fairly disappointing year, the Kansas City Chiefs look to the draft to fill some of the holes in their lineup. John Dorsey has some ground to make up from the past two NFL drafts. In 2013, the Chiefs selected left tackle Eric Fisher. Fisher has not lived up to his expectation at all and is part of the reason the offensive line is horrendous. Dee Ford was Dorsey...
Via isportsweb.com
March 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Quotable Monday: Position battles, 65 Power Toss, players ready to step up

It’s that time of the week. Here’s what people across the interwebs are saying about your Kansas City Chiefs. 65 Toss Power Trap ranked Chiefs top play (via Adam Teicher, ESPN) The Chiefs’ first touchdown in their only Super Bowl victory came on a 5-yard, second-quarter run by Mike Garrett. Seven players the Chiefs need to step up (via Joel Thorman, ArrowheadPride) OT Eric...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
July 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Where would Eric Fisher go in the 2014 NFL Draft?

ESPN’s Kansas City Chiefs reporter, Adam Teicher, looked back at the 2013 NFL Draft when the Chiefs had the number one overall pick and compared the Chiefs’ situation to what the Houston Texans are dealing with this year. The results? Great for the Texans. Not so much for the Chiefs. The Chiefs were between a rock and a hard place last year. There wasn’t a quarterback worth...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
April 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Eric Fisher needs to step up his game

If I were to tell you before last season that the Chiefs were going to go from selecting first overall in the NFL draft to the playoffs, you’d probably assume the player they drafted with that pick had something to do with their renaissance. Well… you would be wrong. The truth is that Eric Fisher, number-one overall pick out of Central Michigan, was pretty much abysmal all year...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Geoff Schwartz and Eric Fisher key to o-line improvement

Importance of the Offensive Line Name three starting offensive linemen for the New York Giants. Quick, do it. You can’t, right? That’s because the offensive line isn’t glamorous. Their names don’t make it into the box score. Their interviews don’t make front-page news. The only time fans seem to notice offensive linemen are when they mess up – whether it’s a false start...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
January 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Do the Chiefs regret drafting Eric Fisher?

To build a successful offense in the NFL, teams have to find a quarterback that can pull the trigger and win games in clutch moments. Those quarterbacks need a few things to succeed as well. Quarterbacks need offensive weapons, preferably a running game and, although it’s overlooked more times than not, pass protection. The Kansas City Chiefs didn’t forget about the all-important...
Via This Given Sunday
November 19, 2013  |  Discuss
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