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20. Travis Kelce, TE (Rookie)
Travis Kelcie must avoid off-the-field issues in order to be a huge difference-maker for the Chiefs. After snagging 40 passes for nearly 600 yards and seven touchdowns during his senior year in college, Kelcie will very likely be a big target in the first week of the NFL season.
19. Tony Moeaki, TE
Out of all of the players on the team, Tony Moeaki might have the most to prove. Although he has a lot of potential, he's never played a full 16-game season in his three-year NFL career.
With two other tight ends recruited this offseason, Moeaki has to be aware that his spot on the team could be in jeopardy. If he struggles in 2013, it may be his last year in Kansas City.
18. Kendrick Lewis, FS
Despite being a fifth-round pick, Kendrick Lewis became a key player right away and helped the Chiefs in 2010 and 2011. But in 2012, Lewis took a big step back during a disappointing season in Kansas City.
With a strong secondary and a powerful group of pass-rushers to go with a better coaching staff, Lewis has all the tools he needs to bounce back this season.
17. Jeff Allen, G
Kansas City took a big blow early in the 2012-13 season when it lost center Rodney Hudson. Ryan Lilja made the shift from guard to center as Jeff Allen—then a rookie—filled in for Lilja's guard spot. Although the team only won two games, Allen was a pleasant surprise and came through for the team.
He can build off the success he found his rookie season and be a really good guard for years to come.
16. Anthony Fasano, TE
The tight end spot is wide open in Kansas City. Perhaps Anthony Fasano is favored to be the primary tight end since he has the most experience. Another reason he could be the favorite is because of his impact, catching five touchdowns in each of the last two years.
Last year, he set a personal high and caught 41 passes with the Miami Dolphins. Had he caught 41 passes with the Chiefs last year, Fasano would have been third on the team in receptions.