It's a testament to the talent of Tony Gonzalez that in his second NFL season he set a Chiefs record for catches by a tight end (59) and was widely thought to have had a subpar season. "Was too much expected of Tony?" asks offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye. "Yes. He's so physically gifted, we forget he's still a baby." Having also played basketball at Cal, Gonzalez was spared spring football practice and as a result came into the league less polished than most rookies. Still, he got noticed when he had 33 catches as a reserve that first year. This season Gonzalez will be critical in helping take pressure off quarterback Elvis Grbac, who needs to get off to a good start and keep his confidence up.