Kelce's 10 targets set a career-high Monday night and his 80 receiving yards were fueled by a long gain of 38 yards, once again displaying Kelce's unique big play ability for a tight end.
Although running Jamaal Charles stole most of the red zone work, fellow teammate Jeremy Maclin's strong performance Monday could afford Kelce less attention from opposing defenses moving forward, another encouraging development for his fantasy stock.
Maclin triumphantly caught the first touchdown from a Chiefs receiver since the 2013 season with a five-yard score in the third quarter, completing an superb overall performance.
His impressive 141 receiving yards included a game-long 61-yard gain Monday, when he also recorded the third 10-catch game of his seven-year career.
With a breakout Week 3 display, Maclin and quarterback Alex Smith will look to keep their connection clicking against a good Bengals defense next Sunday.
Charles' first career three touchdown game came thanks to a trio of rushing scores from inside the 10 yard line, including two fourth quarter plunges. While Monday's early score line forced the Chiefs in more passes than usual, Charles remain heavily involved in their moves down the field, even if his 82 all-purpose yards marked his lowest single-game total of the campaign thus far.
No matter, after some costly turnovers in Week 2, Charles put together an excellent Week 3 showing and will look to keep the ball rolling as Kansas City prepares to travel to Cincinnati in their next game.
Smith also rushed six times for 33 yards. The veteran's 290 passing yards marked a season high, but mostly came after the Chiefs fell behind early, thus resulting in an uncharacteristic 40 throwing attempts.
While Smith also made a poor decision on his interception, he'll be relieved by having finally thrown a touchdown pass to a wide receiver, as new addition Jeremy Maclin found pay dirt Monday and displayed a solid understanding with Smith throughout the game.
Cobb was the Packers' favorite red zone weapon Monday night, as the longest of his incredible three touchdowns came from merely four yards out.
Cobb was targeted a game-high 12 times and also rushed once for 12 yards. On the back of his first career three touchdown game, Cobb should be full of confidence as the Packers prepare for their next game against the 49ers in Week 4
Gaines picked up two tackles before departing, giving him a total of six in two games this year. He's off the Individual Defensive Player radar at this point.
Jones' successful return to Green Bay continued Monday night, as the 31-year-old scored his fourth touchdown of the campaign with a 27-yard reception before halftime and then sprung loose for a 52-yard gain during the second half.
On the whole, Jones' 139 receiving yards Monday evening marked the third best single-game total of his nine-year career. As a top target in the Packers' potent passing game, Jones has emerged as a must-start fantasy player to begin this season.
Starks' 18 touches surpassed teammate Eddie Lacy's 13, but the veteran couldn't find much room to run Monday night.
While Starks made good on his lone target, the Chiefs limited his production overall. With another week for Lacy's ankle to receive treatment, Starks will likely see his touches scaled back, but remain decently involved as the Packers' No. 2 tailback in Week 4 against the 49ers.
Lacy's ankle injury from last Sunday didn't seem to slow him on his 13 touches Monday, but teammate James Starks' 18 touches afforded him a lightened workload in wet playing conditions.
While the Packers' five touchdowns all came through the passing game, it appears Lacy will be fine health-wise as the Packers approach their Week 4 contest in San Francisco.
Rodgers put together an outstanding performance Monday night, routinely marching the Packers downfield and punctuating drives with touchdowns tosses.
The reigning MVP has now thrown for 10 touchdowns and zero interceptions through Green Bay's first three games and his 333 yards Monday set an early season high.
In Week 4, Rodgers will travel to play a 49ers defense that currently ranks 28th in the NFL against the pass.