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Dec 4, 2022 4 56 19 0 3
Nov 27, 2022 4 57 39 1 11
Nov 20, 2022 6 115 34 3 29
Nov 13, 2022 6 81 46 1 14
Nov 6, 2022 10 106 23 0 10

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2022 77 968 12.57 12 5 2.50
2021 92 1125 12.23 9 3 1.50 17010.6
2020 105 1416 13.49 11 0.00 20713.8
3y Avg. 98 1257 12.83 8 2 2.00 17711.1
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Stifled by Cincy

    Kelce caught four of six targets for 56 yards in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Bengals. It's what passes for a quiet day for the tight end, as Kelce failed to either score a TD or record at least 98 receiving yards for the first time since Week 2. He's now 32 yards short of his seventh straight 1,000-yard campaign, a figure Kelce should reach in Week 14 against the Broncos.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Top DFS Play

    We talk in this space every week about Kelce being the only sure thing at tight end this season, and the gap between him and everyone else continues to grow. And this week is a homecoming, with Kelce going back to Cincinnati where he played his college ball. I wouldn't play anyone else in cash games, and he's a fine tournament play if you have a contrarian stack you want to build around him.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Another end zone trip

    Kelce caught four of eight targets for 57 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 26-10 win over the Rams. The tight end led Kansas City in receiving yards by one over Marquez Valdes-Scantling, and Kelce was on the other end of Patrick Mahomes' only TD pass of the afternoon. It's his fifth touchdown in the last three games and his NFL-leading 12th of the season -- that's among all players, not just TEs. Kelce will look to extend his scoring streak to four games in Week 13 against the Bengals.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Top DFS Play

    I say it almost every week, but it remains true. Travis Kelce is too big of an advantage to punt this position. Find value somewhere else. Kelce has scored 7.3 FPPG more than any other tight end this season.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Gifts fantasy teams three TDs

    Kelce had six receptions (10 targets) for 115 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's 30-27 win over the Chargers. The Chiefs were without two of its top wideouts and lost Kadarius Toney (hamstring) early in this contest, so it was up to Kelce to carry the load for a depleted receiving unit. The league's top tight end was up to the challenge, producing his second game with three or more touchdowns this season, including the game-winning score in the final moments of a thrilling comeback victory. Kelce has racked up 69 receptions, 855 yards and 11 touchdowns through 10 games, putting him well on pace to record his sixth consecutive season with at least 1,000 receiving yards. The 33-year-old will set a new career high in touchdowns if he can score next Sunday against a Rams defense that has struggled guarding tight ends over the last two years.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Finds end zone in win

    Kelce secured six of seven targets for 81 yards and a touchdown in the Chiefs' 27-17 win over the Jaguars on Sunday. Kelce had a relatively modest day by his standards, but he still co-led the Chiefs in receptions and set the pace in receiving yards. The talented tight end added his eighth touchdown grab of the season and first since he racked up four against the Raiders in Week 5 when he brought in a seven-yard pass from Patrick Mahomes late in the third quarter. Kelce will head into a Week 11 road divisional showdown against the Chargers next Sunday night with no fewer than 81 receiving yards in four straight contests.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Top DFS Play

    Kelce is obliterating the field this season, and Mark Andrews is one a bye this week, so the difference is even bigger. I'd rather try to find my cheap option elsewhere in cash games, and ride the sure thing in Kelce.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Cracks century mark on SNF

    Kelce hauled in 10 of 17 targets for 106 yards in Sunday's 20-17 overtime win over the Titans. Kelce churned out another TE1 performance for his fantasy managers, but there were some points left on the table. The normally sure-handed tight end had a couple of ugly drops -- one of which turned into an interception for Patrick Mahomes -- resulting in a poor 58.8 percent catch rate (well below his 78.2 percent catch rate this season) and some visible frustration early in the contest. All things told, the end results were still strong for the fantasy stud. Kelce and the Chiefs will take on the Jaguars next Sunday.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Goes for 98 yards in win

    Kelce caught six of eight targets for 98 yards in Sunday's 44-23 win over the 49ers. Kelce fell two yards short of his second consecutive 100-yard performance after going 8-108-0 against the Bills in Week 6. The 33-year-old also had a short touchdown vultured by backup receiver Justin Watson. All things considered, it was another premiere performance from one of fantasy football's top tight ends. Kelce carries a healthy 47-553-7 line into the upcoming bye week. Fantasy managers will have to find a replacement for Kelce in Week 8 before the Chiefs resume play against the Titans on Nov. 6.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Tops century mark again

    Kelce caught eight of 10 targets for 108 yards in Sunday's 24-20 loss to the Bills. While he wasn't able to follow up last week's record-setting four-TD performance by getting back into the end zone, Kelce still reached triple digits in receiving yards for the second time this season. The Kansas City superstar will look to stay productive in Week 7 against a banged-up 49ers defense that just gave up two TDs to Atlanta tight ends.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Scores four touchdowns

    Kelce recorded seven receptions on eight targets for 25 yards and four touchdowns in Monday's 30-29 victory over the Raiders. Kelce didn't do much damage from a yardage perspective, as his longest catch went for only eight yards and he averaged just 3.1 yards per target. However, he more than made up for that with his prolific work around the end zone, as he accounted for all four of the Chiefs' touchdowns -- each of which came from the eight-yard line or closer. Kelce now has at least one score and five receptions in four of the team's five games this season and is clearly operating as Patrick Mahomes' top pass catcher.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Routinely comes up big

    Kelce had nine receptions (10 targets) for 92 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 41-31 win over Tampa Bay. Kelce put on a clinic against the Buccaneers' elite linebacking unit, scoring a touchdown 43 seconds into the contest while extending multiple drives with clutch receptions. The superstar tight end has lived up to that label, racking up 26 receptions, 322 yards and three touchdowns through four contests. He did appear to tweak something in the first half but promptly returned to action a few plays later. Kelce remains Patrick Mahomes' most-trusted receiver heading into a divisional matchup against the Raiders next Monday.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Gets into end zone in win

    Kelce secured four of eight targets for 58 yards and a touchdown and rushed once for one yard in the Chiefs' 20-17 loss to the Colts on Sunday. The All-Pro tight end secured his second touchdown of the season late in the first quarter with a three-yard grab, but he had a relatively quiet day overall by his standards as Patrick Mahomes targeted eight different players overall. Kelce has no fewer than seven targets in any of his first three games and has collected 17 receptions overall in that span, sending him into a Week 4 road showdown against the Buccaneers with solid momentum.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Team-leading five grabs in win

    Kelce brought in five of seven targets for 51 yards in the Chiefs' 27-24 win over the Chargers on Thursday night. Kelce had lit up the Chargers for 17 receptions, 295 yards and two touchdowns in two games last season, so expectations were naturally high coming into Thursday night. Kelce paced Kansas City in receptions and receiving yards and shared the team lead in targets on the night, also coming within a couple of yards of the end zone late in the third quarter when Derwin James stopped him in his tracks. Nevertheless, the performance was modest by the perennial Pro Bowler's lofty standards. Kelce will look to get back closer to his Week 1 numbers (8-121-1) when the Chiefs face the Colts on the road in Week 3 a week from Sunday.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Tops century mark Sunday

    Kelce caught eight of nine targets for 121 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 44-21 win over the Cardinals. With Tyreek Hill now in Miami, Kelce is the clear top target for Patrick Mahomes, and he proved it in Week 1 by leading Kansas City in receptions, targets and receiving yards while hauling in Mahomes' first of five TD passes on the day. The tight end recorded his 30th career game with 100-plus yards, leaving Kelce just two games short of Rob Gronkowski's NFL record of 32, with Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez (31) the only other TE in league history with 30 or more.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Agrees to contract adjustment

    Kelce and the Chiefs agreed to terms on an adjusted contract Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Kelce's new deal increases his salary for the 2022 campaign, and while the move which should keep the star tight end happy for this season, it doesn't address a potential contract dispute down the road. The 32-year-old is under contract with Kansas City through 2025, on a deal which looks like a relative bargain for the team considering that Kelce is coming off six consecutive 1,000-yard campaigns. His role on offense will be especially key in 2022 in the wake of the Chiefs' decision to trade Tyreek Hill, but as early as the 2023 offseason, Kelce's contract could once again surface as an issue that needs to be addressed.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Not worried about contract

    Kelce said "you can't pay me enough" when KSHB 41's Aaron Ladd asked him if he's underpaid, but the tight end also suggested he isn't concerned with his contract right now, noting that he'll "let everyone else worry about the money situation." It's probably not news to Kelce that he's signed extensions early and lost some money because of it. He's still been among the highest-paid tight ends in the league most years, which nonetheless makes him a bargain for the Chiefs when he puts up receiving stats more like a top WR than a top TE. The 32-year-old most recently signed an extension in August 2020, keeping him under contract through 2025 with projected cap hits of $8.9 million (2022), $14.7 million (2023), $16.4 million (2024) and $18.7 million (2025) -- good pay for a TE; not so much for someone with 5,106 receiving yards over the past four years. Another extension wouldn't make sense given his age, unless it's just adding dummy years for cap reasons, but the Chiefs could give Kelce a modest raise this season or next to keep him happy. He isn't holding out and is poised for a busy 2022 after the Chiefs traded Tyreek Hill to Miami this spring.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Strong performance in playoff loss

    Kelce caught 10 of 11 targets for 95 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-24 overtime loss to the Bengals in the AFC Championship Game. Kelce was Kansas City's leader in targets, catches and receiving yards, producing yet another superb playoff performance. He racked up at least 95 receiving yards in all six of Kansas City's playoff games over the past two seasons while scoring six touchdowns in those contests. The tight end's five-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter gave the Chiefs a 14-3 lead, but the Bengals stormed back from an 11-point halftime deficit to pull off the upset. Coming off a sixth consecutive 1,000-yard receiving campaign, Kelce is poised to remain one of the league's most productive tight ends next season.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Scores winning TD in OT

    Kelce caught eight of nine targets for 96 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 42-36 overtime win over Buffalo. Kelce saved his biggest contributions for last in this one. The tight end's 25-yard catch-and-run in the final seconds of the fourth quarter set up Harrison Butker's game-tying 49-yard field goal as time expired. The Chiefs got the ball first in overtime, and Kelce ended it eight plays later with an eight-yard touchdown catch. He's a key cog in a brilliant Kansas City offense that should maintain its productive ways in the AFC Championship Game against the Bengals.
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  • Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Scores ninth touchdown

    Kelce recorded four receptions on five targets for 34 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 28-24 win over Denver. Kelce was involved early in the game, as he capped Kansas City's opening drive with a three-yard touchdown reception. Otherwise, he was limited in impact, though he did log a pair of 12-yard catches. Though Kelce has been limited to under 50 receiving yards in four of his last five games, he's also also found the end zone on four occasions in his last three contests. All told, Kelce closes the regular season having topped 1,000 yards for the seventh consecutive season, though it was his worst production since 2017.
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