TE Travis Kelce - Kansas City Chiefs
|6-5, 255||Born: 10-5-1989||College: Cincinnati||Drafted: Round 3, pick 2013|
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General News (Wed Jan 16): is just the fifth tight end since 1999 to achieve multiple 100-yard playoff games.
Week 20: vs New England Patriots - $7400
FBG says: Neutral matchup. Patrick Mahomes has put together an MVP-caliber season with jaw-dropping statistics and a reel full of highlights as the leader of this dynamic Chiefs passing offense. He averaged nearly 320 passing yards per game in the regular season while leading the league with 50 passing touchdowns. While it has been four games since he has crossed the 300-yard mark, Mahomes did it 10 times during the regular season--including Week 6 in which he passed for 352 yards and four touchdowns on the road against the Patriots. He looked sharp last week after the bye and should be well-rested and poised for another big week at home in this one. Travis Kelce has been a favorite target of Mahomes all season, and last week was no different as Kelce looked unstoppable, leading the team with 108 receiving yards on seven receptions. Kelce's size and speed have made him one of the best tight ends in the league, and he is a mismatch for almost any defensive back lining up opposite him. Tyreek Hill is also a continuous mismatch, and he above anyone else on this offense should be looking forward to this rematch with the Patriots. Hill posted one of his biggest games of the season in Week 6 at New England, hauling in seven receptions for 142 yards and a season-high three touchdowns as he torched this secondary on multiple big plays. Another weapon that now must be accounted for is Sammy Watkins, who returned from injury in impressive fashion last week after a five-game absence. He did drop a pass and give up a fumble, but Watkins obviously integrated right back into this offense with eight targets as he hauled in six of them for 62 yards. He finished with no reported aggravation to that foot injury and should be yet another receiving threat this Patriots secondary will be tasked with managing. The Patriots man-heavy secondary has proven to be quite effective in most instances this season, particularly during the second half as top cornerback Stefon Gilmore has done an impressive job with nearly all of his assignments. They did struggle a bit with the Chargers in what was a pass-heavy game script last week, but these cornerbacks are a physical group that will constantly press opposing receivers. While effective in most cases, this play style can also yield its fair share of big plays, which is music to the ears of Tyreek Hill and Sammy Watkins. Jason McCourty should be tasked with the job of shadowing Hill this week. McCourty is definitely a difficult matchup, but nobody can match up with the speed that Hill offers. Gilmore looks to cover Watkins on most snaps. While Watkins had a quiet outing in their last meeting, he looked great in his return from injury last week and should at least tie up the attention of Gilmore if nothing else. In their last meeting, Kareem Hunt actually amassed the most receiving yards of any running back that has faced the Patriots with five receptions for 105 yards and a touchdown. With Damien Williams not missing a beat as Hunt's replacement, it will be interesting to see how the Chiefs scheme him in space to try and take advantage of some of the same mismatches they exploited with Hunt. Travis Kelce should also be tough for this secondary to deal with, as the Patriots have not typically fared well against talented tight ends this season. Safety Patrick Chung is giving up nearly half a foot and 50 pounds to Kelce, who caught five passes for 61 yards squaring off against Chung and company in Week 6. Earlier in the season, the Patriots also saw Trey Burton rack up 126 yards and a touchdown and Eric Ebron rack up 105 yards and two touchdowns. Even Antonio Gates find the end zone last week--albeit in garbage time. With the attention of these cornerbacks focused on the outside weapons, Kelce should be a dominant force over the middle in this matchup. All in all, Patrick Mahomes should find a way to get his yards, but the Chiefs receivers are in for some tough matchups while Kelce looks to be the likely focal point.
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Travis Kelce's percentile rank in each category, among TE with more than 50 fantasy points.
Recent Game Summaries
2018 Week 19 vs IND (10 / 7 / 108 / 0 rec - 14.3 points, $7500)
Travis Kelce caught seven passes for 108 yards on 10 targets in the Chiefs win over the Colts on Saturday. Kelce continued his brilliant play, and with his seven catches in this game, he upped his reception tally to 110 catches on the season. With the Colts playing a soft zone defense, Kelce had his way with them and was getting to where ever he wanted to on the field. If there is a debate as to who is the best tight end in the league, this was a great game to watch Kelce, as you would come away knowing that no other tight end in the league can match his route-running chops, speed, physicality and over feel in the passing game. Kelce beat the Colts in the short passing game on screen passes where he picked up yards after the catch. He beat them in the intermediate passing game with slants and crossing routes. Kelce also put on a double-move clinic (something he has done all year), lining up in the slot and beating the Colts linebackers with a fake crossing route to the inside before stopping on a dime and cutting back outside to make the cath. The Patriots present a different type of challenge for the Chiefs, but this should continue to be Kelce's coming out party, and in a prime time matchup against Rob Gronkowski, expect to see Kelce at his best. Kelce has a great chance to be the story of the game and send the Chiefs to their first Super Bowl since 1970.
2018 Week 17 vs OAK (9 / 5 / 62 / 0 rec - 8.7 points, $7700)
Travis Kelce caught five passes for 62 yards on nine targets in the Chiefs home-field-advantage clinching win against the Raiders on Sunday. While Kelce's total stats were not super impressive, he still commanded nine of Mahomes 24 pass attempts. He was also very close to having a much bigger day, but he was stopped just short of the goal line on a shovel pass from Mahomes. It was Kelce's final catch for 25 yards that vaulted him into the record books, well at least for exactly one hour. Kelce's 25 yard catch in the fourth quarter gave him 1,336 receiving yards on the season, breaking Rob Gronkowski's 2011 record of 1,327 yards. Kelce did not have long to celebrate though, as just about an hour later, the 49ers George Kittle surpassed Kelce, setting the new mark at 1,377 yards. Kelce finished the season with 103 catches for 1,336 yards and 10 touchdowns, which shatter his previous career highs in all three categories.
2018 Week 16 vs SEA (9 / 5 / 54 / 0 rec - 7.9 points, $0)
Travis Kelce caught five passes for 54 yards on nine targets in the Chiefs loss to the Seahawks on Sunday. Kelce came into the game having scored in five of his last seven games, and he should have had an early touchdown, but was overthrown by Mahomes on a play where he had the Seattle secondary beat. This was just the second time in the last 13 weeks that Kelce had failed to reach 60+ yards receiving, although he did extend his streak of five or more catches to 14 weeks. The Seahawks secondary paid extra attention to Kelce, who had been tearing up defenses all season, but in this game he found it tough to create any meaningful separation. Mahomes did target Kelce nine times, with two of those throws going for 40 of Kelce's 54 yards, but his other three were quick strikes that were quickly snuffed out by the Seattle defense. Kelce had set career highs in catches, yards and touchdowns (98/1274/10) and will look to close out the regular season on a high note against a porous Oakland secondary.
2018 Week 15 vs LAC (9 / 7 / 61 / 0 rec - 9.6 points, $7900)
Travis Kelce caught seven passes for 61 yards on nine targets in the Chiefs loss to the Chargers on Thursday Night Football. Kelce had a very quiet first half, catching three passes for 13 yards while the Chiefs were focused on getting the running game going. Mahomes targeted Kelce four times in the first half, with his only incompletion coming on a deep ball where it looked like Kelce might have a chance to pull down a long reception, but the Chargers did a good job of making sure that there were always defenders around him hitting Kelce as soon as he touched the ball or in some cases before he even had that chance. In the second half Kelce got back on track, catching four passes for 48 yards. Two of those catches were back to back 15 and 16 yard receptions in the fourth quarter that went a long way in setting up Damien Williams one yard touchdown run that put the Chiefs ahead 27-14. Kelce's day could have been a bit bigger but he had a 25 yard catch that was negated for an offensive holding penalty. Kelce is the most complete tight end in the game, and without a doubt the #1 fantasy tight end. With two games still to play, he's totaled 93 catches for 1220 yards and 10 touchdowns, which are all career highs for the fifth year superstar.
2018 Week 14 vs BAL (9 / 7 / 77 / 1 rec - 17.2 points, $8000)
Travis Kelce caught seven passes for 77 yards and a touchdown on 14 targets in the Chiefs win over the Ravens on Sunday. Despite the Chiefs passing game struggling, Kelce was able to dominate the talented Ravens linebackers. He has proven time and time again that he is nearly impossible to cover, and the Ravens did not have a scheme to stop him. Kelce had 63 yards and a touchdown by the end of the second quarter, and the only thing that held him up from having a much bigger day was Mahomes struggles in the second half. Kelce's touchdown pass came with the Chiefs at the Ravens 15 yard line, facing a third and six. Mahomes took the snap out of shotgun and look to his right before throwing a perfect pass to Kelce who was running full out into the left corner of the end zone. Kelce dusted his defender with a simple fake and then just outran the Ravens coverage to his spot before Mahomes literally put the ball on his hands for the touchdown.
2018 Week 13 vs OAK (13 / 12 / 168 / 2 rec - 32.8 points, $7800)
Travis Kelce caught 12 passes for 168 yards and two touchdowns on 13 targets in the Chiefs win over the Raiders on Sunday. Quite simply, Kelce was a force to be reckoned with, and the Raiders had no answer for him. I don't think there is any doubt that Kelce is the best route-running tight end in the league, but that may be selling him short, as he is one of the best route-runners period. His first touchdown catch was a great example of how well he is able to sell his routes. With the Chiefs at the Raiders three yard line, Mahomes took the snap under center and fake the handoff to Ware, before rolling out to his right. Kelce was lined up out wide to the right, came in motion closer to the slot and then ran a slick route where he cut inside at the goal line, and then after one step pivoted and ran an out-route to the right side of the end zone. Mahomes delivered the ball to Kelce right at the goal line and he was able to cross into the end zone for an easy touchdown. His defender had no way of stopping the play, it was executed perfectly by Kelce. Kelce's second touchdown catch came with the Chiefs on the Raiders six yard line, with 12 seconds to go in the first half. Mahomes took the snap out of shotgun and immediately rolled to his right on a designed play to get him outside the pocket. The play called for Kelce to run a delayed out-route, where Hill ran an in-route in front of him and also acted as sort of a pick to give Kelce room on the goal line. Mahomes threw the ball where only Kelce could get it, low and outside, and Kelce made a fantastic catch on his fingertips while managing to roll inside the end zone to put the Chiefs up 19-7 just before the half. It was a fantastic catch on Kelce's end, and it displayed why he is the most complete tight end in the game today. Opposing defenses that try to sell out and stop Hill deep down the field, have to contend with Kelce between the hash marks, and as he proved in this game, that is a recipe for disaster as Kelce cannot be guarded one on one. Cornerbacks don't have the size to contend with his catch radius, and he is too fast/quick for linebackers. Look for Kelce to continue to his dominant play as the Chiefs face off against a tough Ravens defense in week 15.
2018 Week 11 vs LAR (15 / 10 / 127 / 1 rec - 23.7 points, $7800)
Travis Kelce caught 10 passes for 127 yards and one touchdown on 15 targets against the Rams on Monday night. Kelce played a big role in this game, especially with the Chiefs having to come from behind the entire night, as he was able to draw enough coverage away from Conley and Hill to give the Chiefs some quick scores. Even against a talented Rams defensive front, Kelce was a mismatch that the Rams needed to account for. On both of Hill's touchdowns, the Rams secondary were beat easily because they were not content in leaving their linebackers in one on one coverage against him. Kelce's touchdown catch came on a second and goal from the Rams four yard line, and it was a good example of how the Chiefs are able to stretch defenses wide, even in the red zone. Kelce was lined up in the left slot and a shallow drag route to the right side of the field. Mahomes took the snap and did not have to survey the coverage long before finding Kelce wide open coming across the field. Kelce was aided by Demetrius Harris, who ran the same route from the right slot, and although it was not called a pick play, it was as close as you can come to one without being called for a penalty.
2018 Week 10 vs ARI (7 / 6 / 46 / 0 rec - 7.6 points, $8000)
Travis Kelce caught six passes for 46 yards on seven targets against the Cardinals on Sunday. Kelce's seven targets was second only to Hill, but he was still not much of a factor in this game, as his longest catch of the day went for 10 yards. It was the first time in first time in eight games that Kelce had failed to reach 60+ yards, and it also broke his two game scoring streak. While Kelce is not touchdown dependent (five games for 90+ yards), he is reliant on making big plays in the middle of the field. On a day where Hill was the one making the big plays in the middle of the field, Kelce became somewhat of a decoy, which is exactly how the Chiefs offense is set up to attack opposing defenses. The Chiefs have three first-rate options, so it is expected that Kelce will sometimes not have the big games that we are accustomed to seeing from him.
2018 Week 9 vs CLE (9 / 7 / 99 / 2 rec - 25.4 points, $7600)
Travis Kelce caught seven passes for 99 yards and two touchdowns on nine targets against the Browns on Sunday. Simply put, the Browns secondary could not stop Kelce, as he put on a route running clinic and embarrassed the Browns linebackers with several double moves. Kelce's first touchdown pass was a great example of how difficult he is to defend in the red zone. With Mahomes lined up in the shotgun, Kelce manned the left inside slot position. Kelce ran eight yards upfield and then faked to the outside before breaking into his slant pattern. Kelce established inside position on his defender and Mahomes put the ball where it needed to be for an easy 11 yard touchdown. Kelce's second touchdown catch came with the Chiefs on the Browns 13 yard line. Again, Kelce was lined up in the inside left slot position and ran the same route that he did on his first touchdown catch. This time however, his defender did not bite on the first move which left Kelce running a slant with his defender having the inside position. Mahomes trust Kelce to make a play and threw the ball high and a little behind Kelce, essentially guaranteeing that no one else could make a play on the ball. Kelce went up and high pointed the ball, coming down with an excellent catch for a 13 yard touchdown.
2018 Week 8 vs DEN (10 / 6 / 79 / 1 rec - 16.9 points, $7300)
Travis Kelce caught six passes for 79 yards and a touchdown on ten targets in the Chiefs win over the Broncos on Sunday. Much like the first time these two teams faced each other (seven catches, 78 yards and a touchdown), Kelce had his way with the Broncos linebackers, consistently beating them in coverage and abusing them with some nasty route-running chops. It was the fifth straight game that Kelce has scored against the Broncos, and in doing so, he ended a three game scoreless streak dating back to week four. Since opening the season with one catch for six yards, Kelce has had either 90 yards or a touchdown in every game but one, and has managed at least five catches in his last seven games. Kelce's only touchdown of the night came early in the first half, with Mahomes lined up in shotgun, and Kelce lined up in the slot position to his left. Mahomes took the snap and waited for Kelce to run his skinny post to the inside of the field. Kelce did a great job setting up the route, as he threw a quick out-fake to the sideline before cutting back to the inside. As soon as his head turned back to the inside, the ball was there in the perfect place for an easy nine yard touchdown. IT was the type of clean route-running that you expect from Kelce, but the fact is he makes it look easy. There are just not that many tight ends in the NFL right now with his combination of size, speed and a PHD level mastery of route running. He continues to be the NFL's Alpha-Dog as the tight end position, using this season to lap an ailing Rob Gronkowski, and not conceding an inch to Zach Ertz, who is also playing very well.
2018 Week 7 vs CIN (5 / 5 / 95 / 0 rec - 12 points, $0)
Travis Kelce caught five passes for 95 yards on five targets in the Chiefs win over the Bengals on Sunday night. Kelce's 95 yards led the Chiefs on the night, but he was not as much of a factor as that number might lead you to believe. Most of Kelce's receiving yardage came on a 43 yard catch and run late in the first quarter. With the Chiefs at their own 29 yard line facing a third and three, Kelce ran a shallow, quick screen from the left slot position. Mahomes threw a quick pass and Kelce was able to turn his body and deliver a stiff arm to a defender as he turned the corner along the left sideline. The play was designed for three of the Chiefs receivers to run routes, while the fourth, Chris Conley, was set into blocking duty for Kelce. Conley did a great job of sealing off his defender, which allowed Kelce to turn the corner along the left sideline and take off up the field, before eventually being tackled for a 43 yard gain. It was the type of play that you rarely see from a tight end, especially one of Kelce's size. Despite being held out of the endzone for the third straight game, Kelce is averaging five catches and 85 yards per game over that span.
2018 Week 6 vs NE (9 / 5 / 61 / 0 rec - 8.6 points, $7700)
Travis Kelce caught five of nine targets for 61 yards against the Patriots on Sunday night. Much like Watkins, Kelce did not play a large part in this game because his teammates were busy breaking off one big play after another in the second half. The good news is that Kelce still saw 25% of Mahomes targets. All of Kelce's catches came in the first half, and he did manage to make back to back catches of 17 and nine yards to set up a Chiefs field goal. As was the case in the 2017 opening game matchup between these teams, the Patriots locked onto Kelce in key situations, especially in the red zone, which enabled his teammates to get behind the Patriots secondary. His contributions to the offense in this game were more about drawing coverage away from Hill, than catching first downs or touchdowns. Prior to this game, Kelce had either 100+ receiving yards or a touchdown in four straight games, including 100+ yards in three of those four games. He remains a vital part of the Chiefs passing game and will certainly have big games ahead this season.
2018 Week 5 vs JAX (8 / 5 / 100 / 0 rec - 12.5 points, $7700)
Travis Kelce led the Chiefs receivers with five catches for 100 yards on eight targets against the Jaguars on Sunday. Since his quiet week one debut (one catch for six yards), Kelce has amassed 27 catches for 401 yards and three touchdowns in his last four games, including three games with 100+ yards. Kelce's route-running chops were on full display against the Jaguars, as he straight up embarrassed their linebackers on several occasions. The first came on a second and 10 from the Jaguars 26 yard line. Kelce lined up in the right slot position and ran a very slow moving route for the first five yards, which turned out to be a ruse and a way to sell his fake. With the Jaguars Telvin Smith approaching him, Kelce stutter-stepped and threw a fake to the outside, as though he was going to run a shallow out-route to the right sideline. Smith completely went for the fake, and it was as bad as you'll ever see a tight end faking out a linebacker on a route. Kelce then ran an in-route to the middle of the field where Mahomes threw him the ball. Kelce was able to pick up another seven yards after the catch and set up the Chiefs in the red zone. Kelce's biggest play of the day though, came on a second and eight from the 50 yard line. Kelce ran a shallow in-route to the middle of the field and Mahomes passed it to him in stride. As soon as Kelce caught the ball, he put one foot in the ground and juked/pivoted back to the outside of the field, leaving linebacker Barry Church in the dust. Kelce ran the ball all the way down to the Jaguars nine yard line.
2018 Week 4 vs DEN (12 / 7 / 78 / 1 rec - 17.3 points, $7700)
Travis Kelce led the Chiefs receivers with seven catches for 78 yards and a touchdown on 12 targets. While Kelce went catch-less in the first half, he came out firing in the second half and was a big reason why the Chiefs were able to pull off a comeback in Denver. Kelce was unstoppable in the middle of the field in the second half, as the Broncos tried to stop the Chiefs running game. With Mahomes ability to scramble, Kelce goes from a mismatch to completely uncoverable. On third and 11 from the Broncos 32 yard line, the Broncos brought a big rush as Mahomes was forced out of the pocket. Mahomes didn't head upfield right away, keeping himself behind the line of scrimmage long enough for Kelce to turn his comeback route into a deep post to the middle of the field. Mahomes found Kelce at the Denver seven yard line and Kelce nearly scored on that play before being tackled at the three yard line. Kelce's touchdown catch came on quick throw where Mahomes lined up under center and Kelce lined up bunched at the end of the right side of the formation. As soon as Mahomes snapped the ball, he threw it to Kelce who was able to get his momentum moving forward, which allowed him to barrel his way through the Denver defense for a two yard touchdown.
2018 Week 3 vs SF (10 / 8 / 114 / 0 rec - 15.4 points, $7500)
Travis Kelce led the Chiefs receivers in catches and yards, snagging eight passes for 114 yards on 10 targets. Mahomes went to Kelce early and often in this game, with Kelce totaling 93 yards on five catches before the 1st half ended. Kelce's best play of the day came in the 2nd quarter with the Chiefs in the two minute drill. Facing a 3rd and nine, Kelce lined up on the left side of the formation and ran a comeback route right at the first down line. With a defender draped all over him, Mahomes threw the ball high and to the outside of Kelce, which allowed him to sort of box his man out with his size and try to make a play. The ball had some heat on it, which made Kelce's leaping one-handed catch even that more impressive. Kelce was also able to pick up five more yards after the catch despite having his defender on him the entire time. Kelce also had a 14 yard reception that bailed out Mahomes after he bobbled the snap, and made himself wide open in the middle of the field. Those two plays went a long way in setting up Sammy Watkins touchdown catch just before the half ended. Kelce would go on to make three more catches in the 2nd half, and aside from the reception on third down mentioned above, it seemed as though Kelce was wide open on every route he ran.
2018 Week 2 vs PIT (10 / 7 / 109 / 2 rec - 26.4 points, $6800)
Travis Kelce led the Chiefs receivers in catches, yards and touchdowns against the Steelers, finishing with seven receptions for 109 yards and two scores on 12 targets. This game was a great example of how much trouble opposing defenses are going to have against the Chiefs offense. As soon as the defense starts to adjust and place more emphasis on shutting down the Chiefs speed on the outside of the field, Kelce steps in and absolutely destroys them in the middle of the field. That is essentially what happened here, as the Steelers had no answer for Kelce. He caught both touchdowns on essentially the same play, just from different sides of the formation. Kelce runs the shallow slant in the red zone as well as any receiver in the league. The shallow slant allows for more options for the quarterback and lets Kelce use his big body and wide catch radius to adjust to how the quarterback throws the route. On his first touchdown catch, Mahomes threw the ball hard and a little behind Kelce, which was done to minimize any potential chance opposing defenders had of breaking up the play. Mahomes throws a hard ball, but Kelce still made the necessary adjustments and came down with a very nice catch. His second touchdown was a much easier catch for Kelce, a little out in front of him and low but still a routine touchdown catch for an All-Pro like Kelce.
2018 Week 1 vs LAC (6 / 1 / 6 / 0 rec - 1.1 points, $7100)
Travis Kelce caught one pass for six yards on six targets against the Chargers on Sunday. Kelce has led the Chiefs in targets for the last three years, but if Sunday is any indication of things to come, Kelce will be surrendering that title to Tyreek Hill. Kelce's lone catch came on a short out-route to the left sideline where he caught the ball and was immediately tackled for a six yard gain. While Mahomes was guilty of some wild throws, Kelce did also drop an easy catch that came on a curl-route where there was no reason to drop the pass. Hill is not going to dominate the touches every game, and there will be plenty of work for Kelce going forward.
Latest NewsChiefs | Travis Kelce in elite company (Tue Jan 15, 05:07 PM) - Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce is just the fifth tight end since 1999 to achieve multiple 100-yard playoff games. Our View: Kelce is already an elite tight end, but now the Chiefs are winning in the postseason with a chance to go to the Super Bowl. He should be a big part of what they do if they make it past the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game.
link to story Chiefs | Travis Kelce surpasses century mark (Sat Jan 12, 08:10 PM) - Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce caught seven of his 10 targets for 108 yards in a divisional playoff win versus the Indianapolis Colts Saturday, Jan. 12. Our View: Kelce owns the middle of the field. He's in his prime in a great situation with a chance to post a defining postseason for a tight end if the Chiefs can advance next week.
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