One of the most impressive performances of Week 12 came from Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill.

During Kansas City's 30-27 overtime win over Denver, Hill had one of the best games of any player all season. In the win, Hill scored three touchdowns and became the first rookie since 1965 to have a receiving touchdown, rushing touchdown and return touchdown all in the same game.

Hill's touchdowns included a 3-yard run, a 1-yard catch with 12 seconds left to play in regulation and an 86-yard kickoff return after a safety in the first half.

Thanks to his performance, Hill was named the AFC's offensive player of the week, and he also got featured on the NFL's Twitter page.

Two days after the game, the NFL's main Twitter page, which has more than 20 million followers, change its cover a photo to a picture of Hill and De'Anthony Thomas.

The decision to feature Hill prominently on the league's Twitter page didn't sit well with some NFL fans, who thought the league was being hypocritical about its stance on domestic abuse. Back in 2015, Hill pleaded guilty to abusing and strangling his pregnant girlfriend. The Chiefs receiver is still on probation for the incident.

Here's a look at a few of the fans who were upset with the NFL for featuring Hill.

After he was drafted in April, Hill said he understood why some fans might dislike him.

"Those guys, those fans, they have every right to be mad at me," Hill said, via ESPN. "I did something wrong. I just let my emotions get the best of me and I shouldn't have [done] it. They have every right to be mad. But guess what? I [plan] to come back and be a better man and be a better citizen and everything will take care of itself.''

Following the incident, Hill went to therapy and went to counseling for anger management. According to Chiefs coach Andy Reid, that helped sway Kansas City toward drafting Hill.

"The young man is trying to do the right things, whether it's with counseling, whatever it is,'' Reid said. "He's trying to do the right things to better himself. A lot of guys don't try to right the wrong. I give the kid credit for doing that."