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Kansas City Chiefs' standout tight end Travis Kelce set a new record on Sunday, becoming the quickest player in his position to reach 11,000 receiving yards in his career. Achieving this milestone in just 154 games, Kelce surpassed the previous record held by Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez, who took 191 games to achieve the feat.
Kelce's remarkable achievement cements his position in NFL history as one of the greatest tight ends of all time, further strengthening his case. At age 34, the player is adding to his already impressive Hall of Fame credentials, with his eighth 1,000-yard season. No other tight end has accomplished this feat more than four times.
In fantasy football, with Mark Andrews out for the season due to an ankle injury, managers are searching for suitable replacements for Week 12 at the tight end position. Among the options available are TJ Hockenson, Dalton Kincaid, Trey McBride, and Kyle Pitts.
While there is no clear substitute for Andrews, fantasy managers may have to assemble their lineups with the players that are available. Despite the difficulties, it is recommended that fantasy football enthusiasts evaluate the rankings for Week 12 and make well-informed decisions based on the players that are accessible.
The historical accomplishment of Travis Kelce and the effect of injuries on fantasy football lineups illustrate the excitement and challenges of the 2023 NFL season.