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Tagged: Travis Kelce (76 Results)

Factoid: Mark Andrews

At what point do we put Mark Andrews ahead of Travis Kelce? Kelce has been good for a lot of years, but he’s 32. Andrews is six years younger and finished with better numbers last year – more catches and yards and almost as many touchdowns.  more »


Factoid: Travis Kelce

With Kansas City, not only did it trade away Tyreek Hill. It also has an older tight end. Travis Kelce will be 33 in October, making it fair to wonder how long he can operate at a difference-making level.   more »



Smith-Schuster headed to Kansas City

Kansas City has added veteran wide receiver JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER to their already deep and talented wide receiver corps. Smith-Schuster signed a one-year deal worth up to $10.75 million to join KansasMore City’s potent offensive attack along with fellow wideouts TYREEK HILL, MECOLE HARDMAN, and star tight end TRAVIS KELCE. Smith-Schuster talked to Kansas City heading into free agency last year, but he ultimately ended up remaining in Pittsburgh. Better late than never. Less

Source: Kansas City Star

Factoid: Cooper Kupp

The Rams are trying to win a Super Bowl today, but there's a side storyline that might only be of interest to a few. Cooper Kupp, with a big game, can potentially finish with the best postseason by a receiver in NFL history.   more »


Fantasy Index Weekly: AFC Championship: Kansas City

A letdown following an emotion-draining overtime win over Buffalo seems like the only possible concern for Kansas City here. Its offense has been putting up huge numbers, including 4-plus touchdowns and 30-plus points in six of its last seven. Cincinnati has held its first two playoff opponents under 20 points, but neither Las Vegas nor Tennessee is playing at Kansas City's level.   more »



Kansas City TE Kelce returns to action

Kansas City head coach Andy Reid said that tight end TRAVIS KELCE has been activated from the Covid-19 Reserve list and he practiced on Wednesday. Kelce missed last Sunday’s game againstMore Pittsburgh but he should be available for this weekend’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Kelce is having another outstanding year, already topping 1,000 receiving yards for the sixth straight season. Less


Podcast: December 29 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff review their full-season fantasy ventures ahead of one more big week, then try hard to give away three (!) great prizes in #SUPPLYbyDEMAND. Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports ( and Affordable Trophies.  more »


Around the NFL: Early COVID concerns

Just hours after Week 15 ended, we can start worrying about which players will be in or out for Week 16. Thus far we're getting some big names moving on and off the COVID lists -- as well as some players who've fallen victim to some hazy reporting.   more »



Kansas City adds WR Hill to Covid-19 Reserve list, Butker out for Week #16

Kansas City wide receiver TYREEK HILL is now on the Covid-19 reserve list along with kicker HARRISON BUTKER and tight end TRAVIS KELCE. There is a chance that Hill and KelceMore could be available for Kansas City’s Week #16 game on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but fantasy owners will want to monitor their progress in the days ahead. Butker will reportedly miss the Week #16 game. Less

Source: Team Blog


Kelce hits Covid-19 Reserve List, Kansas City optimistic

Kansas City tight end TRAVIS KELCE is headed to the Covid-19 Reserve list, although the team is reportedly optimistic about his availability for Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Kelce’s importanceMore to Kansas City and his fantasy owners is obvious – he’s had more than 80 receptions for more than 1,000 yards and 7 touchdowns thus far this season. With the fantasy playoffs in full swing, owners will be monitoring his status closely in the days ahead. Less

Source: Team Blog

Dynasty Leagues: Long-term TE rankings

The decision making gets more difficult in dynasty leagues, where you need to measure not only what a player’s doing this year, but what he might be a few seasons down the road. And it’s particularly tricky at tight end, where some of the best options are in the later stages of the career.  more »


Podcast: November 5 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 9 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by Fantasy Index Weekly and RotoWire.  more »


Scheduletron: Updated strength of schedule

If Kansas City is going to turn things around, it will need to do so despite a difficult schedule. It’s next six games are against teams that are a combined 31-13 – best in the league. That works against the idea that Patrick Mahomes and company will simply turn it on and get rolling again.  more »


Mahomes, Hill lead Kansas City vs. Eagles

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES threw 5 touchdown passes and wide receiver TYREEK HILL got his fantasy mojo going on Sunday, catching three touchdown passes in a win over the PhiladelphiaMore Eagles. In a game in which tight end TRAVIS KELCE had just four catches for 23 yards, Mahomes and Hill led the way. Less

Source: Kansas City Star

Dynasty Leagues: Long-term TE rankings

In dynasty leagues, the decision making gets particularly tricky at tight end. Would you prefer a player who’s a superstar right now? Think Travis Kelce or Darren Waller? Or would you instead take a youngster who might a superstar for a lot more years? Like Kyle Pitts or T.J. Hockenson?  more »


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