Kelce was far and away the TE1 last season, outscoring the TE2 (T.J. Hockenson), 254.5 to 170.3. With Tyreek Hill shipped off to Miami, Kelce set a career-high in total targets (152), receptions (110), yards (1,338), and touchdowns (12), though the 17-game season played a factor in setting those career-highs. At 33, he’s still playing at a very high level and his slight decline in 2021 did not continue into 2022 thanks to the heavy volume. The Chiefs still have a questionable and inexperienced receiver room, so Kelce’s role isn’t likely to dry up anytime soon. There’s an argument that he should be the No. 1 overall pick in fantasy drafts given the positional advantage that he provides.