The Chiefs have other weapons, too
What’s better than having an incredible quarterback? Having two future Hall of Famers for him to throw the ball to.
Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill are phenomenal players and look destined to be enshrined in Canton. Both featured in this year’s NFL Top 100 rankings, coming in at number five and 15 respectively, and each of them has shown their worth early on this season.
Hill had a monster Week 1 against the Browns, with 11 catches for 197 yards and one touchdown, and he became the first player in NFL history to have 50+ receiving TD, 5+ rushing TD and 5+ return TD (including the postseason).
While Hill was limited to just three catches and 14 yards against the Ravens, we know he is one of the top wide receivers in the league and will continue to have big games throughout the rest of the season.
Meanwhile, Kelce has once again been a huge piece of Kansas City’s offense this season with 185 yards and three touchdowns so far, including this spectacular 46-yard TD catch against Baltimore.
Like Mahomes, Kelce is no stranger to breaking records. After setting the record for most yards by a TE in a season last year, Kelce on Sunday became the fastest TE in NFL history to reach 8,000 yards.
With Mahomes, Kelce and Hill all on the same team, the Chiefs are an almost unstoppable three-headed monster on offense and they will all continue to set records.