3. Kansas City Chiefs: Tyreek Hill, Mecole Hardman, Demarcus Robinson, Byron Pringle, Cornell Powell, Antonio Callaway
It might seem like a hot take to rank the Kansas City Chiefs third on this list but in reality, the Chiefs could very well rank last on this list. The biggest difference between the Chiefs and the Raiders is Tyreek Hill, who is one of the seven or so best receivers in the league.
The receiving corps is shaky outside of him. Mecole Hardman is a decent option but he would not be the no. 2 on many other teams. Demarcus Robinson is okay and the depth outside of that is shaky at best.
It is not a concern for the Chiefs because they have Patrick Mahomes, who is going to make everyone else better, as well as Travis Kelce. Kelce is the best tight end in the league and still gives the Chiefs one of the best duos of weapons in the league with Hill.
We are not talking about tight ends, though. We are talking about wide receivers.
Mahomes is still going to put up monster numbers because of Kelce and because he is Patrick Mahomes. However, the Chiefs cannot love the depth behind Hill and Kelce as targets and better hope they play most of the 17 games.