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  • 10/19, 9:49 pm
    • Kelce hauled in four of five...

      Kelce hauled in four of five targets for 33 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 31-30 loss to the Raiders.

      Analysis: Kelce's 10-yard scoring reception with 4:17 remaining in the first quarter gave the Chiefs an early 10-7 lead and served as his first touchdown since Week 4. The 28-year-old has back-to-back four-catch games, but he's generated a modest 70 receiving yards over that two-week span. The lull is likely just temporary, considering Kelce was just two yards shy of notching three 100-yard efforts in four games before the aforementioned pair of contests. He'll look to get his production back up to previous levels versus the Broncos in a Week 8 battle on Monday Night Football.

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  • 10/19, 9:44 pm
    • Wilson (knee) brought in one of...

      Wilson (knee) brought in one of two targets for a 63-yard touchdown in Thursday's 31-30 loss to the Raiders.

      Analysis: Wilson was notably a distant third in targets behind the top wideout trio of himself, Tyreek Hill and Demarcus Robinson, but he turned in the Chiefs' second receiving score of over 60 yards on the night midway through the third quarter. The 25-year-old's yardage total equaled a season high, while the score was his second of the campaign, both touchdowns having come within the last four games. Wilson did see Harris step up as the top complement to Hill on Thursday with a five-catch, 69-yard effort, but he presumably remains the No. 2 receiver for the time being in the wake of Chris Conley's season-ending Achilles injury. Wilson will look to up his reception total in a tough Week 8 matchup versus the Broncos on Monday Night Football.

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  • 10/19, 9:37 pm
    • Robinson brought in five of eight...

      Robinson brought in five of eight targets for 69 yards in Thursday's 31-30 loss to the Raiders.

      Analysis: The Chiefs' receiving corps is still in the midst of trying to find its way forward following the season-ending Achilles injury to Chris Conley, and Robinson may have provided a great deal of clarity on that front Thursday. The UF product drew even with Tyreek Hill for the team lead in targets and checked in second to the speedster in both receptions and receiving yards on the night. Robinson flashed in the preseason finale with a 3-127-1 line and could emerge as a valuable option for quarterback Alex Smith alongside Hill and Albert Wilson. He'll look to build on Thursday's career-best effort when Kansas City battles the Broncos in Week 8 on Monday Night Football.

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  • 10/19, 9:32 pm
    • Hill (neck) brought in six of...

      Hill (neck) brought in six of eight targets for 125 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 31-30 loss to the Raiders. He also rushed twice for seven yards and returned two punts for 13 yards.

      Analysis: The second-year speedster gave the Chiefs a 16-14 lead when he posted a 64-yard touchdown with 8:51 remaining in the second quarter, a play that capped off a 99-yard drive and served as his second score of over 60 yards this season. The 23-year-old eclipsed the century mark in receiving yardage for the first time since the opener as well and logged multiple rushes for the third game this season. Hill continues to be the unquestioned leader of the Kansas City receiving corps, and his value is even greater with fellow pass catcher Chris Conley now out for the season with an Achilles injury. He'll try to build on Thursday's stellar effort in a tough Week 8 showdown against the Broncos on Monday Night Football.

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  • 10/19, 9:25 pm
    • Hunt rushed 18 times for 87...

      Hunt rushed 18 times for 87 yards and brought in all four targets for 30 yards in Thursday's 31-30 loss to the Raiders.

      Analysis: Quarterback Alex Smith and the air attack took center stage Thursday, but Hunt played a solid complementary role. The rookie's final line represented a strong bounce-back rushing effort after he'd managed a season-low 21 yards on the ground versus the Steelers last Sunday. Hunt also continued to play a consistent role in the passing game, with Thursday's reception tally marking the fourth time in seven contests he's posted at least four catches. Although he's slowed down some after a red-hot first month, Hunt remains an elite fantasy option in all formats. He'll look to post his first 100-yard rushing effort since Week 5 against the Broncos in an Oct. 30 battle on Monday Night Football.

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