POLL: Which of the Chiefs’ new wide receivers will score first?

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The Kansas City Chiefs will be traveling to Arizona soon as they get set to face the Cardinals in their season opener for 2022.

Some of the biggest changes for the Chiefs this season come on the offensive side of the ball at the wide receiver position. They traded Tyreek Hill and let players like Demarcus Robinson, Byron Pringle and Marcus Kemp walk in free agency. In doing so, they were able to rebuild their wide receiver group with veteran additions like JuJu Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Justin Watson. They also added second-round draft pick, Skyy Moore.

Patrick Mahomes recently apologized to fantasy football owners, claiming the team is going with a committee approach at the receiver position.

“The biggest thing, I think there is going to be a different player every single game that has the big game,” Mahomes said. “It’s not going to be just necessarily Tyreek (Hill) and Travis (Kelce) every single week where it’s like one or the other that has a big game or both. Every single game it’s going to be somebody different. So, I’m sorry to all you fantasy football guys, but it’s going to come from everywhere. So you’re going to have to choose the right guy every week.”

In our latest weekly poll, we want to know who Chiefs Kingdom thinks will be the right guy this week. Who will be the first of the new wide receivers to catch a touchdown pass from Mahomes? Will it be Smith-Schuster, who looked like the team’s WR1 during training camp? Could the rookie Moore be the beneficiary of there being very little film in Week 1? How about Watson, who was the team’s leading receiver during the preseason?

Be sure to vote in the poll at the top of the page. Let us know your thoughts in the comment section down below and on Facebook and Twitter.

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