Travis Kelce is having one hell of a 2020 season.
In fact, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end woke up on Monday morning as the NFL’s receiving leader through Week 14.
That is very significant for the eighth-year pro because a tight end has never finished a season leading the league in receiving yards.
Kelce also has nine touchdown catches and 90 receptions, which is fifth-most in the NFL.
“He’s done a nice job,” Reid said. “Like any game, there are things that he can do better, but I mean let’s not slight him, he’s done great and he’s loving every minute of it. He and the quarterback have a good relationship. They’re working it together, they have a lot of trust in each other.”
Kelce needs just 128 yards to beat the single-season receiving record by a tight end, set by George Kittle back in 2018 (1,377).