Andy Reid: It's hard to see, but receivers are getting better

The Chiefs are 7-2 as they come off of their bye week, so there have been plenty of things going right for them over the first two-plus months of the season.

One area that's been something of a concern, however, has been the play of their receivers. Rashee Rice leads the wideouts with 32 catches, but Kadarius Toney is the only other one with 20 catches and the team has failed to find the kind of consistent production they are likely to need in order to make it to their fourth Super Bowl in the last five years.

During his Thursday press conference, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid was asked about what he saw in the group while reviewing their work during the bye week.

"They're getting better as we go," Reid said. "I know it's hard to see, but they're getting better. We’ll just see how it goes forward Anything I say isn't going to mean anything unless they continue to improve. We're seeing improvement, just gotta keep it going.”

The Chiefs wideouts will get their next chance to show that improvement against the Eagles on Monday night.