Jeremy Maclin: 1,100 receiving yards
Maclin was a beast in 2015, catching a career-high 87 passes for 1,088 yards and eight touchdowns. The year before with the Philadelphia Eagles, Maclin hauled in 1,318 yards. Can he get somewhere in the middle this year, or was last year his high-water mark in Kansas City?
Travis Kelce: 950 receiving yards
Kelce has been very consistent the last two years, settling in right around 860 yards and five touchdowns. Coming into his fourth year in the league, can he take the next step and perhaps crack 900 yards or even 1,000? It won’t be easy with so many weapons on offense.
Chris Conley: 400 receiving yards
Conley is going to have his work cut out for him to simply get on the field. The Chiefs went out and signed Rod Streater in the offseason along with Mike Williams. The team also has Albert Wilson returning after starting in 2015. Can Conley get the snaps and make improvements?
Albert Wilson: 600 receiving yards
This is the third year for Wilson in the NFL after making Kansas City’s team as an undrafted free agent, but now is the time. Wilson was a starter last season and only racked up 451 yards. Can he make the leap into respectability or does he become an afterthought?