As if Chiefs fans weren't already amped about the upcoming season, now comes an ESPN ranking of each NFL team's rushing and receiving talent.
ESPN's Bill Barnwell authored the story, which had the headline "NFL's best and worst offensive arsenals: 32-1 weapons ranking," and he had a few ground rules.
Barnwell looked solely at the skill-position players, excluding the quarterback, and the rankings don't take into account an offensive scheme or the offensive line. Barnwell said the receivers are given extra importance. Also, the rankings are based on how the players are expected to perform this season.
And the team atop this list? The Chiefs.
Barnwell had high praise for Chiefs wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Sammy Watkins, tight end Travis Kelce and running backs Kareem Hunt and Spencer Ware.