I didn’t look up the total season score. Just regular season (and mentioned that). It would be a huge surprise if KC didn’t make the playoffs. I still think Kelce slows down some. Not sure what that translates into though in terms of numbers.If people buy into historical trends, only one TE 34 or older has scored more than 300 fantasy points in the regular season in this format (Tony Gonzalez 327 points in 2012). Kelce had 428.30 points in the regular season last year (playing in an extra game). At 300 points, Kelce could still be the top scoring TE . . . but his insane amount of extra value could drop off considerably and make him more in line with the other top TEs.
I think you sold Gonzalez short here... counting his 2 playoff games, he scored 379.9.