CEH was not even the biggest mistake that some people made that year. That would be drafting Reagor or Vaughn over Jefferson. Thankfully I don't own that mistake, in that case I was right, had no idea JJ was going to be like this of course, but he was firmly my player 8 and I drafted him the same amount of times I took CEH over Taylor. Like I said, win some, lose some. Also kind of did the reverse with JJ I did with CEH. Where I was able to exit out ok with trades of CEH, I actually ended up making two horrible trades were I gave up Jefferson. Horrible in that both times my big fish I landed was Michael Thomas.
Speaking of 2020 draft mistakes. A contending team in my league lucked into the #1 pick through a trade early in the season, and desperately needed a WR. They took Henry Ruggs, because of his 40 time, perceived lack of target competition, and draft capital. The next 3 picks were CEH, Swift, and Taylor, and I happily ended up with Lamb at #5, and landed Higgins at #12.
That draft was an example of teams overvaluing landing spots, and reaching for meh players. How Vaughn went ahead of Jefferson, or Higgins, or even Pittman, is baffling. Reagor I can at least understand.
KC is an offense that can hum with basically anyone at RB. If it would have been Jones/CEH instead of Pacheco/McKinnon, I'm not sure it would have made much difference. I've never been a CEH fan, but I do still think he can be a solid #2 RB for an NFL team.