• Travis Kelce
  • TE
  • , Kansas City Chiefs
  • 31
  • 260 lbs
  • 6' 5"
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Scouting report

by Jordan Heck

KC TE Travis Kelce - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 vs. Los Angeles Chargers

Travis Kelce led the Chiefs in all receiving categories last week, finishing 8-74-1 off nine targets. He's now led the Chiefs in receiving yards for five straight games, averaging 92.8 yards in that stretch. He's an easy must-start TE1 option this week, even though the Chargers have been tough on tight ends in 2019. Kelce already proved he can handle this defense, finishing 7-92-1 against L.A. earlier this season. Put Kelce in your starting lineup.

by Jordan Heck

KC TE Travis Kelce - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 at Chicago Bears

Travis Kelce dominated last week, finishing 11-142 on 13 targets, all team highs. Kelce is seventh among all receivers in yards (1,131) and sixth among all receivers in catches (86). His only downside this season has been his lack of scoring (4 touchdowns), but he's more than made up for that in other areas. He's not only a great option at tight end, but he's one of the best players overall in fantasy this year. He should be viewed as a must-start TE1 against Chicago in Week 16. It's even a good matchup as the Bears have allowed the third-most receptions to tight ends this season.

by Jordan Heck

KC TE Travis Kelce - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 vs. Denver Broncos

Travis Kelce led Kansas City in receiving last week, finishing 7-66 on a team-high nine targets. He's led the Chiefs in receiving yards for three straight games now as he nears 1,000 yards on the season (989). He hasn't been as big of a red-zone threat in 2019 (four touchdowns), but he's caught seven passes in four of his last five games. He gets a tough matchup against the Broncos this week, but it's hard to find a better option at tight end than Kelce. He should be viewed as a must-start TE1 in Week 15.

by Jordan Heck

KC TE Travis Kelce - Week 14 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 14 at New England Patriots

Travis Kelce led the Chiefs in receiving last week finishing 5-90 on a team-high nine targets. Kelce has been extremely reliable this season with 80+ receiving yards in half of his games. He hasn't been a huge touchdown threat, but he has scored in three of his last five starts. He does get a tough matchup this week against the Patriots, who have allowed the fourth-fewest receiving yards to tight ends (40.1 ypg), but they aren't exactly shutdown. Just a few weeks ago, Zach Ertz finished 9-94 against New England. Don't get cute in Week 14, trust Kelce as your TE1.

by Jordan Heck

KC TE Travis Kelce - Week 13 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 vs. Oakland Raiders

Travis Kelce was the only Chiefs player to really have success in Week 11, finishing 7-92-1 on 10 targets. Kelce has been extremely consistent in 2019, having just one game below 50 receiving yards (and even then it was 44 yards). He's scored three times in his last four games and has finished with seven receptions in six games this season (out of 11). He's an easy must-start TE1 this week, especially in a favorable matchup against the Raiders. Kelce went 7-107-1 the last time he played Oakland.

by Jordan Heck

KC TE Travis Kelce - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 at Los Angeles Chargers

Travis Kelce had a solid 7-75-1 on seven targets last week. He's had at least 50 receiving yards in every game but one this season, and in that game, he still had 44 yards. He's finished five games with seven receptions, making him a valuable PPR asset. Overall, he's been one of the rare consistent tight ends in fantasy. He hasn't topped 80 yards since Week 4, but he's still very valuable for his position. He should continue to be trusted as a TE1 this week against the Chargers.

by Jordan Heck

KC TE Travis Kelce - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 at Tennessee Titans

Travis Kelce had a solid 7-62 on nine targets last week. He's had at least 60 receiving yards in all but two games, and in those games, he finished with 44 and 58. The only downside to Kelce's season is he hasn't found the endzone often, scoring just twice. He gets a fine matchup this week against the Titans. You can likely expect similar numbers from Kelce this week as he's put up all season, meaning around 4-6 receptions for 60-80 yards. He should be trusted as a strong TE1 option.

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