Overall this draft appears to be the best of the Dorsey era...not in terms of talent (which is not immediately measurable) but in regards to finding players that can actually help the Chiefs this season. Only two comments I can make is that I would have taken Shane Ray before taking Marcus Peters and I thought they could have gotten Mitch Morse in the 3rd or 4th round ( I really like Morse, probably because he went to Mizzou, and I like him on the team, just thought it was a reach in the 2nd round). To be truthful though, I really don't care about a team reaching for a player, I could really care less as long as that player plays well or at the worst is serviceable. I think there is a lot of potential in this draft class. I can't remember the last draft that I didn't hate, hopefully they'll justify my enthusiasm by their play on the field.
One note on Justin Houston... the drafting of Peters and Nelson will make Sean Smith expendable next offseason, freeing up much needed cap space. If this is the case, then the Chiefs should be able to afford to sign Houston to a long term contract and not have to suffer significantly due to the lost cap space.
My assumptions is that at the end of the 2015 season, Sean Smith will walk, and most likely Tamba Hali and Derrick Johnson will both be wearing a different uniform in 2016. I also believe that it is highly likely they sign Poe to a long term contract prior to the start of the 2016 season. This means that the development of Dee Ford will take on an added emphasis this season and leave a major hole at ILB next offseason. Overall, the next 3 years look very promising for the Kansas City Chiefs.