Hill secured nine of 16 targets for 105 yards during the Chiefs' 31-20 win over the 49ers in Super LIV on Sunday.
The Chiefs unsurprisingly found it challenging to hit on many downfield routes versus the 49ers' elite secondary, but the one time Hill got loose, it essentially changed the dynamic of the contest. Down 20-10 and facing a 3rd-and-15 at their own 35-yard line, Patrick Mahomes and Hill connected on a 44-yard pass that placed the ball at the 49ers' 21-yard line. Four plays later, Mahomes hit Travis Kelce with a one-yard touchdown toss that began the comeback in earnest. The big play aside, Hill played more of a role in the short and intermediate passing game than customary, but it was enough for him to generate game-high reception and receiving yardage tallies. Hill is signed through the 2022 season, although it's worth noting he's scheduled to carry a cap hit of $17.6 million in 2020 under the current terms of his deal.
Hill caught five of seven targets for 67 yards and two touchdowns while adding a seven-yard carry in Sunday's 35-24 win over the Titans.
Hill didn't make many explosive plays and finished averaging a middling 13.5 yards per catch. He made up for his lack of yardage by doing damage in the red zone, including touchdown grabs of eight and 20 yards in the first half. Hill fared much better in this one than he did in his previous outing, and he'll look to make a similar impact in the Super Bowl against either the 49ers or the Packers.
Hill caught three of four targets for 41 receiving yards and lost one fumble during Sunday's 51-31 divisional-round win against the Texans.
The four-time Pro Bowler put his defense into a precarious situation late in the first quarter, muffing a Bryan Anger punt inside his own 10-yard line and setting up Houston for a touchdown two plays later to extend its lead to 21-0. Hill would later have to briefly exit the game after absorbing a hard hit from Texans safety Justin Reid, but he would return a drive later and finish out the contest. In addition to his 20-yard catch that helped the Chiefs tally a go-ahead TD shortly before the halftime break, Hill also drew a pass interference call on Bradley Roby in the third quarter to help situate KC inside the red zone for another score at the 4:39 mark. His contributions of late have not been clearly reflected on the stat sheet -- Hill has been held under 73 receiving yards for seven consecutive games heading into an AFC Championship Game against a Tennessee defense that allowed just one Raven to exceed 60 receiving yards in Saturday's win over Baltimore.
Hill caught four of five targets for 61 yards during Sunday's 31-21 win over the Chargers.
Hill was quiet for the bulk of Sunday's game, when, with the Chiefs nursing a three-point lead late in the fourth quarter, he got behind the Chargers' secondary for a 47-yard completion to set up the game-sealing touchdown. The win, coupled with a Patriots loss, means the Chiefs will be the AFC's No. 2 seed and play either New England, the Texans or the Bills in two weeks. In two games against New England and Houston this season, Hill has 11 total receptions for 147 yards and two touchdowns.
Hill reeled in all five of his targets for 72 yards in Sunday's 26-3 win over Chicago.
The Chiefs led this contest comfortably wire-to-wire, so the offense didn't need to take too many downfield shots. This resulted in Hill tying his season low (in a full game) of five targets. Both he and Travis Kelce paced all Kansas City receiving options in production as per usual, and we should expect more of the same against the Chargers in Week 17. The Chiefs are still able to earn a first-round bye if the Patriots lose next week, so the team figures to play its starters despite having the division locked up.
Hill caught five of seven targets for 67 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 23-3 win over Denver. He added a one-yard run during the game.
The snowy conditions were much more conducive to the short passing game, but that's not what the Chiefs and Hill were thinking early during Sunday's contest. Hill and Patrick Mahomes capped Kansas City's opening drive off with a 41-yard strike on a deep out-breaking route, as Hill continued his streak of big plays against Denver. Hill came back around later for a lunging five-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter for his second multi-touchdown game of the season. Hill has recorded at least six touches in each of the last six games in which he has finished. Next up is a Bears defense that has been good at preventing the kind of big plays that Hill generates, surrendering just 36 passes of 20 or more yards through Week 14, seventh fewest in the league.
Hill caught six of eight targets for 62 yards while adding eight rushing yards on two carries in Sunday's 23-16 win over the Patriots.
The speedy receiver saw plenty of Stephon Gilmore on the afternoon, but Hill's production may also have been affected by the knock Patrick Mahomes took to his throwing hand early in the game, as the quarterback seemed reluctant to attack downfield afterwards. Assuming Mahomes' injury isn't serious, Hill will try to rebound in Week 15 at home against the Broncos, whom he posted a 3-74-1 line against in Week 7.
Hill caught five of eight targets for 55 yards and lost four yards on his only carry in Sunday's 40-9 rout of the Raiders.
The Chiefs' passing game was surprisingly muted despite the final score, as windy conditions at Arrowhead Stadium prevented Patrick Mahomes from stretching the field as usual. Hill's longest grab went for only 17 yards, a somewhat disappointing showing for the speedster considering he had eight catches of 20-plus yards in the five games prior to straining his hamstring in Week 11. Hill could struggle to get open deep again next week in a road matchup against the Patriots' league-leading defense.
Coach Andy Reid confirmed Friday that Hill (hamstring) would be able to play Sunday against the Raiders, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports.
Hill was forced out early in the Chiefs' previous game Nov. 18 versus the Chargers with a strained hamstring, but he seemingly put to rest any concern about his health by practicing fully Wednesday in Kansas City's first official session following a Week 12 bye. The wideout went on to practice fully again Thursday and Friday, so he shouldn't face any restrictions with his snap count as he checks back into the lineup this weekend. Despite playing less than 20 percent of the offensive snaps due to injury in two of his seven appearances this season, Hill ranks 12th in the NFL with 77.6 receiving yards per game.
Coach Andy Reid relayed that Hill (hamstring) will be a full practice participant Wednesday, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports.
BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site previously relayed Reid's optimism about Hill's Week 13 availability. The fact that the wideout is slated to take every practice rep in the Chiefs' first session of the week puts him on track to suit up Sunday against the Raiders, in the absence of any setbacks.
Coach Andy Reid indicated Monday that he's optimistic about Hill's (hamstring) availability for Sunday's game against the Raiders, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.
Hill was forced out of the Chiefs' Week 11 game early with a hamstring injury, but the team's bye came at a good time for the wideout. Added clarity on his Week 13 status should arrive once the team starts practicing this week and can see how Hill's hamstring responds in the process.
Hill's hamstring injury is considered minor, with the Chiefs hoping he'll be ready to play after a Week 12 bye, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Hill reportedly wanted to re-enter Monday's 24-17 win over the Chargers, but the Chiefs held him out for the rest of the game after he limped off the field in the first quarter. Based on Rapoport's report, Hill's MRI seemingly returned good news, confirming that the hamstring strain isn't too severe. The Chiefs will come out of their Week 12 bye to host the Raiders on Dec. 1, with the matchup potentially determining which team sits atop the AFC West heading into the final quarter of the season.
Hill will undergo an MRI on his hamstring in the next day or two, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Hill's night Monday was cut short when the receiver lasted just seven offensive snaps before pulling up lame on a route downfield. The test should reveal the extent of Hill's strain and provide a better idea of his timeline for a return. On a positive note, the Chiefs are on bye this week, so there is a chance Hill could avoid missing additional action if the damage turns out to be minor.
Hill is dealing with a strained hamstring, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.
Hill picked up a limp after failing to bring in a long pass in the first quarter, never returning to the game thereafter. There's no telling how long he could be sidelined until he undergoes further testing this week, but the Chiefs might catch a break in that regard with their bye on tap in Week 12.
Hill (hamstring) is questionable to return to Monday's game against the Chargers.
Hill came up limping after attempting to haul in a long pass and immediately caught the eye of team trainers. After stretching and trying to stay in the game, he headed to the locker room to get extra medical attention. On offense, Hill's absence should lead to more opportunity for Sammy Watkins and Mecole Hardman, with Hardman taking over return duties.
Hill caught 11 of 19 targets for 157 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 35-32 loss to the Titans. He added a three-yard run during the contest.
Hill snapped the tie midway through the third quarter, outrunning his defender in order to get under Patrick Mahomes' 11-yard touchdown loft. Hill no doubt benefited from Mahomes' return from a knee injury -- his 19 targets setting a career high -- but he also did pretty well with Matt Moore in Week 9 and, with Sunday's effort, was able to top 120 yards in back-to-back games for the first time in his career. Hill has reached at least 70 yards in every game that he has completed this season and has five touchdowns in six games. He'll look to keep it going next Monday night against a Chargers defense that has been exposed against the pass this season.
Hill brought in six of eight targets for 140 yards and a touchdown in the Chiefs' 26-23 win over the Vikings on Sunday. He also rushed once for five yards.
Hill demonstrated he didn't necessarily need Patrick Mahomes under center to thrive, exploding for his first 100-yard effort of the season and notching a 41-yard catch in the process. The versatile speedster also opened the scoring with a 40-yard touchdown grab and now has four receiving scores since returning from his early-season collarbone injury. Hill should have Mahomes back under center Week 10 against the Titans, affording him a good opportunity to put together a second consecutive strong performance.
Hill had six catches (on nine targets) for 76 yards and rushed for five more yards on his lone carry in Sunday's 31-24 loss to the Packers.
Hill actually turned in a respectable stat line considering the Chiefs were starting backup quarterback Matt Moore in place of the dynamic Patrick Mahomes (knee). The speedy wideout posted similar stat lines in his first two games back from injury, but he was also rewarded with three touchdowns from his primary QB. Looking ahead, there is at least a chance that Hill gets his deep-threat partner back for a stiff test against Minnesota's defense next weekend, but a Week 10 return may represent a more plausible outcome for Mahomes.
Hill secured three of five targets for 74 yards and a touchdown in the Chiefs' 30-6 win over the Broncos on Thursday.
The highlight of Hill's night was a 57-yard touchdown reception from the arm of backup Matt Moore in the latter portion of the third quarter. Patrick Mahomes suffered a dislocated kneecap in the first half of Thursday's game, which undoubtedly kept Hill's production modest. Numbers along the lines of Thursday's might more or less become the norm for HIll for whatever games Moore starts, given the veteran quarterback has never possessed the strongest arm and may be even more limited at age 35. Hill will look to thrive with whomever is under center when he faces the Packers in Week 8, a week from Sunday.
Hill caught five of 10 targets for 80 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 31-24 loss to the Texans.
Returning from a five-week absence, Hill quelled any concerns about his health with a beautiful leaping catch which he turned into a 46-yard touchdown early in the first quarter. He led the team in targets, catches and receiving yardage as well, later adding a six-yard touchdown grab that briefly put his team ahead. Barring any setbacks, Hill appears to be fully ready to contribute in Thursday's game against the Broncos.
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