2. Questions at wide receiver
Apart from Travis Kelce, there seems to be a dearth of established receiving options for Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid. The depth chart predominantly consists of young talents who hold the promise of maybe becoming standout players, including names like Skyy Moore, Rashee Rice, Justyn Ross, and Kadarius Toney.
While these individuals undoubtedly possess serious skills, none have yet solidified their presence within the NFL. Additionally, veterans such as Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Justin Watson, and Richie James provide reliable depth, yet they don't quite reach the tier of top-tier players.
As long as Travis Kelce maintains his high-level performance, the urgency for a true number-one receiver is not significant, though his age does introduce a degree of concern. Granted, there's a possibility that one or two of the young receivers might emerge as dependable assets, but the fact remains that no such breakthrough has occurred thus far.
Should the worst-case scenario unfold, leaving Travis Kelce as the lone standout amidst a sea of uncertainties, the odds of a successful journey to and victory in Super Bowl LVIII would inevitably decrease.