Kelce has proven to be one of the best tight ends in the NFL for the past two seasons racking up impressive numbers and accolades. He is clearly the best the Chiefs have at the position and with the decline of San Diego’s Antonio Gates, he is clearly the best in the AFC West. Where Kelce still has issues is ball security.
He is very aggressive after the catch and though he gets those extra yards he has a penchant for holding the ball away from his body often. His fumble numbers were down from the previous season but Chiefs fans would definitely like a season without a costly fumble.
O’Shaughnessy showed real promise in 2015 as a rookie for the Chiefs catching 6 balls for 87 yards for 14.7 yards per catch. Unfortunately he missed out on most of the season with an injury and never got to really show his value to the rest of the league.
O’Shaughnessy is another solid run after catch tight end with great open field ability. James should be the one to start opposite Kelce and give the Chiefs their best chance for a dynamic duo at the position.
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