The NFL released the All-Decade team for the 2010s, and there is no shortage of current and former Chiefs who made the cut.
Kelce has dominated since entering the league in 2014, posting at least 800 yards receiving in all six seasons. This includes 1,000 or more in four straight seasons, which had never been done by a tight end. Mathieu has established himself as a Swiss Army knife on defense over his first seven years and was a key cog in the turnaround for the 2019 Chiefs defense. Hill’s speed and electricity make him a threat from anywhere, and that was on full display with five return touchdowns over his first three seasons.
Former Chief Eric Berry also made the team as a safety. Berry’s career has been hampered by injuries, but he was one of the best safeties in the league when healthy. After sitting out 2019, Berry wants to return to the gridiron in 2020.
LeSean McCoy and Darrelle Revis are former Chiefs who also made the team, but both were past their prime and only spent a short time in Kansas City.