The NFLPA released its second annual All-Pro Team on Wednesday, a list voted on by the players themselves to name the best at each position.
Like any award recognition list—whether it’s the Pro Bowl or the official All-Pro teams—it was met with plenty of scrutiny about snubs and undeserving honorees.
One selection in particular, though, gained the most attention: Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce was voted as the top tight end in the league by his peers despite having a down year by his standards.
In 15 games, Kelce logged 93 catches for 984 yards and five touchdowns. It was the first time he didn’t compile 1,000 receiving yards since 2015, his third year in the league.
Among fellow tight ends, Kelce finished second in receiving yards, third in receptions and seventh in touchdowns. That’s not poor production, but best in the league?