After Kelce, who will be the Chiefs' best wide receiver?


After Kelce, who will be the Chiefs' best wide receiver?

The Chiefs appear to be testing how many ugly receivers Mahomes can make relevant in regards to him. Although they have been disparaging receivers during Tom Brady's tenure with the team, the Patriots have suddenly found humor in him. You also cannot claim that Kansas City has no interest in the job. However, they are still beset by the same issue as beset Belichick's vataga: quantity still does not equal quality.

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The Chiefs picked Rashi Rice in the draft and acquired Richie James from the Giants in 2023. The Chiefs acquired Devin Gray, Juju Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Corey Coleman, and Skai Moore in addition to signing Kadarius Toney from the Giants in 2022.

Darrius Sheperd, Antonio Callaway, and Cornell Powell—a sixth-round draft selection—punched a finger in the sky in 2021. In other words, there was hope that Tyreek Hill's placer of assets would present a chance to rearm.

When healthy, Kelce generates rather than plays. He carves out space for himself and builds up routes on the fly. A player that is so taller than his teammates may not be found at any other position. There is still room behind him.

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