The Kansas City Chiefs invested seven of their ten draught selections this summer in the defence.
Cornerback Jaylen Watson was chosen as one of the final choices out of Washington State with the 243rd overall pick in the seventh round.
Watson wasn't the Chiefs' first or even their second cornerback selection in the draught. Trent McDuffie and Joshua Williams were selected in the first and fourth rounds, respectively.
Watson, though, was able to have a huge influence on the game against the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night after being given the chance to start due to an injury McDuffie sustained in Week 1.
Early in the fourth quarter, with the score tied, Watson intercepted a ball from Justin Herbert intended for tight end Gerald Everett
and returned it 99 yards for a touchdown to give Kansas City a lead it would never lose.