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Kansas City Chiefs

Stadium: Arrowhead Stadium | Coach: Andy Reid
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense20th109.2 (15th)233.8 (19th)
Defense24th121.1 (26th)247.4 (18th)


Sun Sep 11
W 33 - 27SD
Sun Sep 18
L 19 - 12at HOU
Sun Sep 25
W 24 - 3NYJ
Sun Oct 2
L 43 - 14at PIT
Sun Oct 16
W 26 - 10at OAK
Sun Oct 23
W 27 - 21NO
Sun Oct 30
W 30 - 14at IND
Sun Nov 6
W 19 - 14JAC
Sun Nov 13
W 20 - 17at CAR
Sun Nov 20
L 19 - 17TB
Sun Nov 27
W 30 - 27at DEN
Sun Dec 4
W 29 - 28at ATL
Thu Dec 8
W 21 - 13OAK
Sun Dec 18
L 19 - 17TEN
Sun Dec 25
W 33 - 10DEN
Sun Jan 1
W 37 - 27at SD
Sun Jan 15
L 18 - 16PIT


Kansas City12-4-06-0-0
San Diego5-11-01-5-0
Chiefs' Justin Houston: Notches six tackles in divisional-round loss
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Houston capped off his 2016 season Sunday with six tackles (five solo) in a divisional-round loss to the Steelers.

Houston missed the team's final two regular-season games due to injury, but was deemed healthy enough to give it a go in the team's first playoff game. While he did record six tackles, the 28-year-old pass rusher was unable to get to Ben Roethlisberger in the contest and finishes his injury-shortened 2016 campaign with just four sacks over six games (including the playoffs). He remains under contract with the Chiefs for another four years, but has played just 16 games combined in the last two seasons. The Georgia product may be a somewhat risky proposition in terms of health, but his injury history could make him a high-value IDP option in 2017 if he can play the entire season.

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Chiefs' Tamba Hali: No plans to retire anytime soon
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hali intends to play in the 2017 season and likely beyond, The Kansas City Star reports.

Hali, who will turn 34 next season, is under contract with the Chiefs for the next two years but reportedly hopes to play on for another four. However, the veteran logged a season-low seven snaps against the Steelers on Sunday -- five fewer than reserve edge rusher Frank Zombo. Considering the Chiefs were coming off a bye and Hali himself confirmed he was feeling fresh and ready to go for the playoffs, it doesn't appear health was a factor in this near benching. At the same time, Hali still looks to have something left in the tank, so it was truly surprising the Chiefs didn't use him more. Cutting him would actually lose the team cap space, so that's not a remote possibility in the offseason, but it looks like Hali could be asked to accept a decreased workload if he wants to continue his career.

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Chiefs' Tyreek Hill: Held in check versus Steelers
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hill caught four of six targets for 27 yards during the Chiefs' divisional-round loss to the Steelers on Sunday. He also rushed three times for 18 yards and returned four kickoffs for 72 yards.

Hill wasn't able to bust out for any big plays like fans had become accustomed to seeing during the second half of the season, on offense or on special teams. Still, he was solid on kickoffs and his failure to post bigger receiving numbers has a lot to do with the underwhelming Alex Smith under center. No matter, Hill proved himself to be a playmaker in 2016 and will enter the 2017 campaign as a tantalizing fantasy option due to his ability to score from anywhere on the field in multiple phases of the game.

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Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Bounces back in playoff loss
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Kelce caught five of seven targets for 77 yards during the Chiefs' divisional-round playoff loss to the Steelers on Sunday.

As has been the case most of the season, Kelce was the Chiefs' most dangerous weapon in the passing game and paced the team in nearly every statistical receiving category. However, a pair of second half mistakes cost him -- and his team. Late in the third quarter, Kelce dropped a deep bomb in Steelers territory and then let his temper flare on the play after, ultimately drawing a 15-yard personal foul for roughing up a Steelers cornerback. Sunday's playoff loss aside, Kelce will finish the 2016 campaign as one of the best fantasy options at tight end and made a great case to be one of the first at his position to be selected in 2017 drafts.

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Chiefs' Spencer Ware: Finds pay dirt in divisional-round loss
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ware rushed eight times for 35 yards and a touchdown during the Chiefs' 18-16 divisional-round playoff loss to the Steelers. He also caught two of his four targets for one yard.

Ware was efficient on the ground Sunday, topping 4.0 YPC for just the second time in the past six games and scoring one of the game's two lone touchdowns. However, he wasn't able to make anything happen through the air despite tying for the third-most targets on the team. One particularly costly blemish occurred in the first half when Ware dropped a pass on third and seven that forced a Chiefs punt in their own territory. Now entering his first offseason atop the depth chart, fantasy players should keep a close eye on how involved Jamaal Charles (knee) looks to be in the game plan. While Ware looks to have earned the right to remain the lead back, Charles could turn it into a committee if he shows he still has something left in the tank.

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