Tyreek Hill

#10 WR / Kansas City Chiefs / EXP: 6YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 185 lb Age: 27 College: West Alabama Bye 12

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  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Chiefs' Tyreek Hill: Another lackluster performance

    Tyreek Hill secured five of seven targets for 56 yards and rushed once for 11 yards in the Kansas City Chiefs' 30-24 loss to the Chargers on Sunday. He also lost a fumble.It was mostly a rough go of it for the superstar speedster for the second consecutive week, but Hill's final line at least was an improvement over the 29 total yards he garnered Week 2 against the Ravens. His fumble was costly as well, even though it came late in the first quarter, as it occurred at the Chargers' 14-yard line following an eight-yard catch and led to Los Angeles' first touchdown of the day. Hill will look to bounce back from his pair of duds when he and the Chiefs travel to Philadelphia for a Week 4 battle against the Eagles.

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    Chiefs' Tyreek Hill: Held in check by opponent

    Tyreek Hill had just three receptions (four targets) for 14 yards in Sunday's 36-35 loss to the Ravens. He added 15 yards on one carry.The Ravens came into this contest with a clear gameplan to stop Hill from beating them deep by constantly doubling the wideout, and they succeeded in that endeavor. They weren't able to stop Patrick Mahomes or the rest of Kansas City's receivers for the majority of the contest, but their plan ended up thwarting Hill's fantasy managers' plans of a repeat monster performance. The speedster will not be held in check like this every week so long as Mahomes is under center, so chalk this up to a rare dud and roll Hill out there with confidence against the Chargers next Sunday.

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    Chiefs' Tyreek Hill: Massive numbers in Week 1 win

    Tyreek Hill caught 11 of 15 targets for 197 yards and a touchdown and gained four yards on his only carry in Sunday's 33-29 win over the Browns.Kansas City's offense managed only 10 points in the first half, but the unit erupted after intermission, with Hill's 75-yard TD early in the fourth quarter being the biggest play of the comeback. Patrick Mahomes leaned heavily on his two favorite options -- Hill and Travis Kelce -- all afternoon, with no other K.C. player getting more than three targets. That narrow tree bodes very well for Hill's production in Week 2, even on the road against the Ravens.

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    Chiefs' Tyreek Hill: Scores on deep ball

    Tyreek Hill caught his only target for a 35-yard touchdown in Friday night's 28-25 preseason win over the Vikings.Hill sped past his man at the line and hauled in a deep shot from quarterback Patrick Mahomes to put the Kansas City Chiefs ahead less than three minutes into the game. In doing so, the game-breaking wideout showed he's fully ready for the regular season, as he'll now turn his attention toward Week 1's matchup against the Browns.

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    Chiefs' Tyreek Hill: Practicing Monday

    Tyreek Hill (hamstring) is slated to practice Monday, Sam McDowell of The Kansas City Star reports.Hill didn't play in Friday's preseason game versus the Cardinals, but at the time the wideout's absence was portrayed as precautionary. Hill's return to practice Monday underscores that notion, and while he's a candidate to sit out Kansas City's preseason finale along with other key skill players the speedster's Week 1 availability currently isn't in question.

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    Chiefs' Tyreek Hill: Tending to hamstring issue

    Tyreek Hill didn't play in Friday's preseason win at Arizona due to a hamstring injury, Sam McDowell of The Kansas City Star reports.Hill was on the field during pregame warmups but didn't join the first-team offense on the first snap of the contest. Afterward, the reason for his absence was revealed, but the Kansas City Chiefs considered the decision a precautionary measure. With Patrick Mahomes getting a fair amount of run in the team's first two exhibitions, he and the rest of the key skill-position players likely will take a seat next Friday against the Vikings, meaning Hill may not play in an actual game until Week 1.

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    Chiefs' Tyreek Hill: Looks good in return to practice

    Tyreek Hill (knee) returned to practice Thursday, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports.Hill reportedly came back with a bang, catching a TD from Patrick Mahomes on his first target of practice. The speedy wideout initially was held out of Tuesday's practice with knee tendinitis, but it doesn't sound like any threat to his Week 1 availability.

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    Chiefs' Tyreek Hill: Dealing with knee tendinitis

    Tyreek Hill missed Tuesday's practice with knee tendinitis, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports.Hill put on pads for part of Tuesday's practice and lifted weights in a tent on the sideline. He's missed just six games through five NFL seasons, including two absences from meaningless Week 17 contests. It doesn't sound like the knee tendinitis is any major threat to his track record of durability.

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    Chiefs' Tyreek Hill: Leading inexperienced WR group

    The Kansas City Chiefs have open competition for roles behind Tyreek Hill at wide receiver, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports.It's possible Sammy Watkins' departure leads to Hill and Travis Kelce handling even larger target shares, but the Chiefs likely prefer that another receiver -- namely Mecole Hardman -- steps up to the challenge. In any case, Watkins was far from a target hog in his three years with Kansas City, averaging 5.9 in 34 regular-season games (he missed 14). The biggest thing for Hill is simply that he and QB Patrick Mahomes stay healthy, as the 27-year-old speedster has been a top-five receiver (both real life and fantasy) whenever that's happened.

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    Chiefs' Tyreek Hill: Held in check in Super Bowl loss

    Tyreek Hill caught seven of 10 targets for 73 yards during Kansas City's 31-9 loss to the Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV. He also had one carry for five yards.Hill dropped 269 receiving yards and three scores when he last met the Buccaneers in Week 12 of the regular season, and he went over 100 yards in each of the Kansas City Chiefs' last two postseason games, so holding him to just 73 yards on 10 targets should be considered a huge victory for Bucs' defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. The constant pressure that Patrick Mahomes faced while trying to survive without both starting tackles heavily impeded Hill's ability to operate as a deep threat, but the 26-year-old also dropped a potential touchdown in the first half, and his average catch (10.4 yards) was his lowest of the playoffs. The soon-to-be 27-year-old logged six 100-yard performances during the 2020 regular season, plus a career-high 15 touchdowns en route to 87 catches for 1,276 yards. A relatively quiet Super Bowl performance won't do anything to take away from his status as one of the unquestioned top fantasy wideouts come 2021.

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