Kelce’s play in 2022 was perhaps the best of his career, as Tyreek Hill‘s departure put that much more pressure on the future Hall of Fame tight end. He excelled and made the Chiefs offense almost impossible to stop. He put up receiver-like numbers, catching 137 passes and leading the league in yards per route run over the whole season.
You could probably make a case for Kelce at the No. 1 spot. Every year for the past several years, people have been predicting his decline. Yet, Kelce remains one of the most consistent players in the game with seven consecutive seasons of over 1,000 receiving yards. Last year, he set career highs in receptions, touchdowns and came one first down shy of matching his career high in first downs.