Three Best Position Groups for KC Chiefs – Number 1: Wide Receiver
This should come as a shock to no one. The Chiefs wide receivers are not only blazing fast, but they are a true compliment to each other, and deeper than just about any position in the entire league.
For starters, All-Pro Tyreek Hill is one of the game’s five best receivers. This may receive some push back, but the fact is that he may be the most un-guaradable player one on one in the league. If you don’t give the player guarding Hill help, the peace sing is inevitable.
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Or, if you do leave him matched up man to man, the cushion he is given allows him to run short routes underneath all day, giving the Chiefs easy yards and establishing a rhythm that you don’t want them getting into it.
Opposite Hill is former first round pick Sammy Watkins, who, at this point, may never reach the potential that he once had, but still at just 27 years old, it is easy to believe that his best years may be in front of him, not behind.
If the Lizard King could stay healthy for a full season (and that is a big if), he would probably be putting up numbers similar to a low end wide receiver one. Still, when he is on the field, he gives the Chiefs another dynamic field stretching option for Patrick Mahomes to throw too.
Behind those two, the Chiefs have some fun prospects.
Mecole Hardman has a chance to turn into an elite deep threat and could be looked at like DeSean Jackson. His speed is almost comparable to that of Tyreek Hill, and he should be a problem for years to come for NFL defenses.
Demarcus Robinson rounds out the group as the team’s fourth receiver (and probably fifth or sixth option behind Travis Kelce and Clyde Edwards-Helaire if we’re being honest here) who just came off of a season with almost 500 yards and four touchdowns.
All of these receivers are relatively young, have big play potential, and can play multiple positions if a player in front of them goes down. That is why it is the deepest position on the team for the Kansas City Chiefs, and probably one of the deepest in the entire National Football League.