2. Rashee Rice, WR
Every time Rice is on the field, he makes something happen. He had only 30% of snaps on Sunday but caught four-of-five targets for 33 yards and a TD.
Despite playing more than 50% of the snaps just once this season, Rice handily leads the receivers in targets (24) with at least five in every game but one. Mahomes trusts him and his target share is among the best in the NFL.
It's hard to justify keeping Rice off the field when he makes such a clear impact every time he's on it. Skyy Moore has been a ghost but still had 56% of the snaps, and we already discussed MVS' lack of impact.
Rookie wide receivers don't typically produce under Andy Reid, but that hasn't stopped Rice from becoming one of Mahomes' favorite targets. For an offense in need of a spark, getting Rice more snaps feels like a logical solution.
He's been responsible for 11 first downs and shown an ability to break tackles in open field. Rice's development is one of the most exciting storylines to follow the rest of the season - I hope the Chiefs give him the playing time he deserves.
Our last player to highlight is a postseason hero that hasn't made an impact yet.