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Kelce looked unstoppable on MNF

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce had his best game of the 2017 season on Monday night. In the Monday Night Football prime time game against the Washington Redskins, Kelce had seven receptions. He also had a 111 yards and a touchdown.

The Redskins, even when Josh Norman was in the game before suffering a first-half rib injury, which will cause him to miss several weeks, struggled to defend Kelce all night. He looked unstoppable in the game, as he came to play in the team’s second prime time game of the season.

Travis Kelce (Getty Images)

Travis Kelce (Getty Images)

Kelce was able to get open easily no matter what route he ran. The 111 yards were the most yards he had against a defense this season, besting his previous high by eight-yards.

In Week 2 against the Philadelphia Eagles and his brother Jason Kelce, he had eight receptions for a 103 yards and a touchdown.

The Chiefs are going to hope he plays like he did on Monday night the rest of the season and not like he did in Week 3. Against the Los Angeles Chargers at the StubHub Center, Kelce had just one reception for one yard, his worst game of the season.

Through four games, he has 21 receptions for 255 yards and two touchdowns. He also had two 100-yard receiving yardage games.

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