1. Travis Kelce
Kelce is one of the best players on this planet that plays tight end. He’s a 6-foot-6, 260-pound beast who can catch the ball and then run like a receiver. He’s a physical specimen and one of the moist electrifying players on any field.
With all that written, Kelce needs to do more. He has talked about not being fully engaged on every play and how that is something that needs to change in 2016. We have seen him already become a much better blocker and someone who now holds onto the football. These are all positive changes, but the Chiefs need more.
After amassing 862 and 875 respectively each of the past two seasons, Kelce needs to approach if not exceed the 1,000-yard marker. He’s talented enough and with Alex Smith as his quarterback, it needs to happen.
2. Jamaal Charles
Charles is an all-time great. Nobody questions that. But at 29 years old and coming off his second ACL tear, what can he give the Chiefs?
If Charles can come back and play to the level he was at pre-injury, Kansas City has a real argument as the best team in the AFC. We are not used to saying that as Chiefs fans so it comes off homerish, but this was a team that played tough against New England with Charles, Tamba Hali, Justin Houston, Phillip Gaines, Mitch Morse and Jeremy Maclin. They can ball.
If Charles comes back full strength, it’s a legitimate game-changer in the AFC.
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