2. Kadarius Toney
This one goes without saying because Toney had perhaps the worst game at wide receiver that I’ve ever seen someone have.
It’s obvious the Chiefs still view Toney as a focal point of the offense. Drawing five targets in only 16 snaps is a whopping level of involvement, but he simply must be better.
I’d honestly be more worried about Toney if his performance was only kind of bad instead of outright dreadful. Since it was such an outlier, I’m willing to chalk it up to just a tough day. Toney had no training camp or preseason after recovering from knee surgery, so some rust is understandable.
Against a Jaguars team that could take the No. 1 seed in the AFC though, that rust better be shaken off. Toney is a game-changing, dynamic talent among the league’s best, though consistency has always been an issue.
Expect to see the Chiefs to Toney’s way early to help build his confidence back up.