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Bearcats in the NFL: Travis Wins the Kelce Bowl

Travis Kelce is having a flying start to the NFL season.

NFL: Philadelphia Eagles at Kansas City Chiefs Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Chris Moore, Baltimore Ravens, WR

Moore did not get on the field in week two.

Kevin Huber, Cincinnati Bengals, P

In what is shaping up to be a brutal year for the Bengals, Huber should be seeing plenty of action. He punted seven times last Thursday against the Texans and has already booted the ball 12 times overall this season. He is averaging 45.5 yards per punt.

Deyshawn Bond, Indianapolis Colts, OL

Bond is clearly the starting center for the Colts, who, like the Bengals, are not having a great start to the season. Bond played all 71 offensive snaps for Indy in its 16-13 letdown against Arizona in week two.

Parker Ehinger, Kansas City Chiefs, OL

Although he has not played in 2017 yet, Ehinger is on the way back from a 2016 ACL injury.

Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs, TE

Kelce can fly...

...in more ways than one.

A beautifully rendered game from Kelce led to 103 yards and the above touchdown as the Chiefs moved to 2-0 with a win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

Derek Wolfe, Denver Broncos, DL

Wolfe has started in both games for the Broncos, playing 73.2 percent of the defensive snaps and 5.6 percent on special teams. With that time, he recorded one tackle and one assisted stop.

Johnny Holton, Oakland Raiders, WR

Holton is slowly turning into a special teams star and an occasional passing target for Derek Carr. Against the bumbling Jets, Holton made a big play on special teams, recovering a fumble.

He played on 13 special teams snaps and four offensive ones as the Raiders moved to 2-0 with a 45-20 win.

Mike Windt, Los Angeles Chargers, LS

The long-snapper did just that, coming in for nine snaps on special teams.

Brent Celek, Philadelphia Eagles, TE

Celek did play for the Eagles in week two but he did not get a pass sent his way.

Jason Kelce, Philadelphia Eagles, OL

Kelce played all afternoon for the Eagles and all he got was this.

Eric Wilson, Minnesota Vikings, LB

Once again, Wilson was relegated to special teams play, seeing action on 27 percent of such chances for the Vikings.

Tion Green, Detroit Lions, RB

Tion Green has still yet to record his first NFL carry.

Connor Barwin, Los Angeles Rams, DL

He is really healthy! But his team lost last weekend when he had three tackles while serving in a starting role.

* Editor’s note: Players on practice squads won’t be include on a weekly basis but we will let you know when guys like Mike Tyson get a real shot. Enjoy week three.