2. Rashee Rice - WR
This is a bit of a selfish, goofy inclusion, as Rashee Rice has clearly taken over as the Chiefs' No. 1 receiver, but he's been under 80% of the snaps each of the last two weeks and that won't do.
Kansas City's offense is obviously at its best when Rice is on the field, so let's keep that snap count over 85% in the playoffs, shall we?
Andy Reid already announced Rice won't play in Week 18, so his season is over, though it's still the best rookie wide receiver performance of any player Reid has ever coached. The second-rounder finishes with 79 catches for 938 yards and 7 TDs, leading all Chiefs' wideouts in every category.
Any theoretical path that leads to a successful postseason for the Chiefs involves a heavy dose of Rashee Rice.
We've officially reached the point that Rice is more important to the offense than Kelce. In order for the Chiefs to win the Super Bowl, the organization has to realize that.
We'll soon find out if the torch has officially been passed.