At 1-5, the Chiefs’ chances of making the playoffs have dwindled greatly — 1.5 percent, according to numberFire.com, a sports analytics website.
According to the same site, the Chiefs also have the fifth-best odds of receiving the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, at 6.2 percent. They are currently behind Jacksonville (27.6 percent), Chicago (16.9), Baltimore (9.7) and Detroit (9.4).
The last time the Chiefs held the No. 1 overall pick, in 2013, they selected Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher, who has started the Chiefs’ last four games at right tackle after battling a high ankle sprain during the preseason.