The Receiving Corps
The Kansas City Chiefs haven’t had their passing game taken seriously since the days of Dick Vermeil and Trent Green. Chiefs fans were at their wits end when it came to hearing about going an entire season without a receiving touchdown from a wide receiver. That came to an end in 2015 as the Chiefs finally developed something of a passing attack, thanks to the acquisition of Jeremy Maclin.
However, it is going to take a lot more than just Maclin to make the Chiefs into a respectable passing attack. They will need their young wide receivers to step up as well. Albert Wilson, Chris Conley, Demarcus Robinson, and Tyreek Hill all have a ton of potential, but they need to put it to use on the field now.
The Chiefs also have a solid group of running backs and Travis Kelce to help out in the passing game. Kelce is a star at tight end, but that is another position with some questions. Can former basketball players Demetrius Harris and Ross Travis put their hardwood skills to use on the gridiron?
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