Smith had his best game as a Chief last week, throwing for 288 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions. Tennessee will present a real challenge.
Charles kept on rolling last week, totaling 127 yards from scrimmage with a touchdown. He's every bit as good as advertised.
Bowe salvaged last week by scoring a garbage-time touchdown. He has been an afterthought in KC this year.
Avery only caught two passes last week but had 10 targets. He looks like a major part of this offense.
McGrath caught all five of his targets for 64 yards and a TD last week, and could carve himself out a nice role in this offense. Alex Smith needs an option in the middle of the field.
The Chiefs look like the perfect team for a fantasy kicker. They're very good, giving Succop plenty of opportunity, but not the type of offensive juggernaut that is going to score touchdowns left and right.
With Ryan Fitzpatrick taking over for the injured Jake Locker, the Chiefs should feast this week.
Fitzpatrick starts in place of the injured Jake Locker, who is expected to be out about a month. Fitzpatrick is not a fantasy option.
Johnson had a terrible day against the Jets, running for just 21 yards on 15 carries. This week's matchup isn't a whole lot easier.
Washington was just starting to emerge as a fantasy option, but it's hard to trust him with Ryan Fitzpatrick under center.
Britt didn't get a target last week and the Titans are reportedly willing to trade him. That's not the kind of guy you want anywhere near your roster.
Wright caught five of his nine targets for 56 yards last week. Don't expect much from him against the Chiefs.
Walker had just 14 yards last week, though he did catch a one-yard TD pass. You won't want to start him this week.
Bironas had just one field goal attempt last week, a chippy from 26 yards out. I don't like this matchup for him either.
The ballhawking Titans had another big game last week, but the Chiefs do a good job of holding onto the rock. I don't love this matchup for Tennessee.