2. Travis Kelce
Travis Kelce is proving why he could finish his career as the best tight end in NFL history. He became the first tight end in the league to log four consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons.
Kelce had another strong season, ending 2019 with 97 catches for 1,229 yards and five touchdown catches. He placed in the top 10 in catches and yards among pass-catchers. Kelce has been in the top 15 in the NFL in receptions and receiving yards each of the last four seasons.
Kelce played in only one game his rookie year in 2013. He missed the rest of the season due to a knee injury. Since then, Kelce has missed just one regular season game, playing 95 of the last 96 regular season games for the Chiefs.
Kelce’s level play is even better during the playoffs. In his postseason career, Kelce has 52 catches for 632 yards and six touchdowns, all of which are franchise postseason records. Kelce caught a touchdown pass in the Super Bowl, being the first Chief since Otis Taylor to catch a pass in the Super Bowl.
In addition to having great numbers, Kelce earned his first Super Bowl win, building what is slowly becoming a Hall of Fame resume.