2. Rashee Rice - WR
I am once again clamoring for more snaps for the Chiefs' rising star. Rice has seen his snap count steadily rise, highlighted by last week's season-high 61%, but it's still not enough.
Rice and Justin Watson have been the only two wide receivers to produce at a consistent level, with the rookie second-rounder hauling in 30 catches for 361 yards and 3 TDs. He's had at least 56 receiving yards in three straight games, but I want the Chiefs to unleash him in Germany.
The Dolphins play zone coverage over 73% of the time, per Pro Football Focus, which suits Rice's game well.
330 of his 361 yards have come against zone coverage and Miami ranks in the bottom 10 in the NFL in yards allowed per zone coverage snap (7.53) and yards allowed per zone coverage target (9.2), giving Rice a path to success.
We'll see how Ramsey's return changes the Dolphins' defense, but for now we've got to find ways to feed Rice the ball even more than we already have.
While I want to see this young player involved more, there's also a young defensive player whose increased playing time would benefit the Chiefs. Find out who that is on the next page.