Hill caught 10 of 14 targets for 215 yards and two touchdowns in Monday night's 54-51 loss to the Rams.
Hill was basically unguardable, gashing the Rams secondary for gains of all varieties. His first touchdown came on a 25-yard pass during the first quarter. Then, with the Chiefs down 10 points, he sprang free for a 73-yard bomb to cut the deficit to start the fourth. In doing so, Hill not only went for his longest catch of the season, but also fueled a new career high in receiving yards. Inarguably the league's most explosive, big-play wideout, Hill now sports back-to-back multi-touchdown outings heading into Kansas City's Week 12 bye.