It was a historic day for the Kansas City Chiefs speedster Tyreek Hill as he torched the Tampa Bay defense. At the end of the first quarter, Tyreek Hill had amassed 203 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
These numbers were significant but it was justthe beginning for Hill. Clearly, though, it helps when you have arguably the top quarterback in the NFL on your team.
By the end of regulation, Hill had scored three touchdowns and set a career-best 269 yards as the Chiefs outlasted Tom Brady and the Bucs 27-24.
Cheetah passed a few key milestones already in the season with just 11 games played, including 1000 receiving yards and scoring in the end zone on 14 occasions. A personal best for scores in a single season already.
The feat continues a six-game win streak for the Chiefs as they sit atop the AFC West with a 10-1 record. Meaning an overall2nd place standing in the AFC leading into the final stretch before the playoffs.