Kelce caught 10 of 15 targets for 127 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's 54-51 loss to the Rams. Kelce was a consistent presence in Monday's scoring explosion, leading the Chiefs in targets and tying Tyreek Hill for the lead in receptions. Although Hill went off for a career-high 215 yards, Kelce's 127 still marked a season best. Furthermore, his four-yard touchdown during the third quarter gave him seven on the season and four over his last four games. That sends the All-Pro tight end into Kansas City's bye week on a strong recent run.
Kelce brought in six of seven targets for 46 yards in the Chiefs' 26-14 win over the Cardinals on Sunday. He also fumbled once. Kelce checked in second in receptions and targets behind Tyreek Hill on the afternoon, but he failed to top 50 yards for the first time since the opening week of the season. The 29-year-old was also targeted in the end zone by Patrick Mahomes but was unable to come up with what would have been his seventh touchdown of the campaign. Despite the drop in overall production, Kelce still delivered a relatively PPR-friendly performance and will look to play an even bigger role in the Week 11 Monday night showdown against the Rams in Mexico City.
Kelce caught seven of nine targets for 99 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 37-21 win over Cleveland. The Browns played Kansas City close for much of Sunday, but Kelce helped the Chiefs pull away midway through the third quarter by skying between defenders for a 13-yard score, his second of the game. Kelce is finding a groove with three touchdowns in his last two contests, after just three during the season's first seven games. Next Sunday brings an Arizona pass defense ranked in the top 10 in the league in surrendering just 225 passing yards per game.
Kelce caught six of 10 targets for 79 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 30-23 win over Denver. Kelce's touchdown reception got Kansas City's offense back on track midway through the second quarter as he split two defenders for a 9-yard score, his first touchdown since his last matchup against Denver in Week 4. Kelce is on pace to tie his career high in touchdown receptions for a season and, even when he isn't scoring, continues to pile up receptions and yardage. The sixth-year veteran has now nabbed at least five passes in seven consecutive games and topped 90 yards receiving in five of those contests. A tough matchup against a stingy Cleveland pass defense looms next Sunday.
Kelce brought in all five of his targets for 95 yards in Sunday's 45-10 win over Cincinnati. Backup tight end Demetrius Harris hit paydirt instead, with Kelce doing all of his damage between the 20s. The veteran only has three touchdowns so far this year, but his 563 receiving yards rank him second among all NFL tight ends. Kelce will look to continue his steady production against the Broncos in Week 8.
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