3 Chiefs on Thin Ice Despite Convincing Win vs. Patriots in Week 15

These Chiefs are in thin ice as we approach the stretch run
Skyy Moore had zero catches for the second consecutive game
Skyy Moore had zero catches for the second consecutive game / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
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2. Skyy Moore - WR

Moore has officially been phased out of the Chiefs' offense. He had no targets and was on the field for only 25% of the snaps, his lowest total of the season. Andy Reid claimed post-game that Moore was injured, but he didn't play in the first half prior to his supposed injury anyway.

That marks two consecutive weeks that Moore did not record a catch and fans are not happy with the former second-round pick's terrible season.

On the year, Moore has just 21 catches on 38 targets for 244 yards and one TD. Given Rice's immediate success as a rookie, it seems obvious that Moore was not worth his high draft status and the Chiefs would be better off moving on in the offseason.

He's had his fair share of opportunities, though Kansas City is out of time for Moore to develop. The Chiefs still have an opportunity to win the No. 1 seed, but the margin of error is perilously thin.

Perhaps Moore can work hard in the offseason and come back next year a better player, though at this point he looks like one of the biggest draft busts of Brett Veach's tenure with the Chiefs.

This final player is one that's shown flashes, but needs to improve for Kansas City to make a deep playoff run.