Hill dealt with a painful foot/heel injury during Sunday's 27-24 win over the Ravens, Pete Grathoff of The Kansas City Star reports.
Despite limping off the field in obvious pain multiple times, Hill caught eight passes for 139 yards on 14 targets, including a 48-yard gain to convert a fourth-and-9 on the game-tying drive. He did experience a decrease in snap share to 79 percent, landing below 91 percent for the first time since October. It's a safe bet Hill shows up on the Monday injury report, but his ability to play through the injury Sunday suggests he'll try to do the same Thursday against the Chargers.
Hill caught eight of 14 targets for 139 receiving yards, adding one rush for six yards during Sunday's 27-24 win against Baltimore.
Another Sunday, another electrifying performance for the 5-10 Hill, as he averaged an absurd 17.4 yards per catch against the Ravens, with five of his eight receptions yielding at least 15 yards. Hill has been an especially high-floor option of late, with at least seven receptions and 115 receiving yards in three of his past four appearances (he had just two such performances through his first nine games of the year). Week 15 brings a matchup against the Chargers and one of the most talented secondaries in the NFL. Los Angeles entered the weekend with 1,766 receiving yards and 138 catches allowed to opposing wideouts this season, ranking among the league's 10 best units in each of those categories.
Hill is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Ravens due to a heel injury.
Hill appeared to get hurt on the Chiefs' second possession but proceeded to make 18-yard and 21-yard grabs before halftime. The official ruling from the Chiefs came down at that time, so the wide receiver's status is murky heading into the second half.
Hill caught one of six targets for 13 yards, adding two rushes for 37 yards during Sunday's 40-33 win against the Raiders.
After a 33-yard dash on Kansas City's second offensive drive of the afternoon, Hill amounted just 17 offensive yards on seven remaining targets and touches against the Raiders. It was a day of almosts, as Hill was targeted deep downfield on four occasions -- blatantly dropping one ball, and failing to haul in the other three due to mis-throws or effective coverage. Prior to Sunday's underwhelming showing, the 24-year-old wideout had racked up 332 receiving yards and four touchdowns over KC's prior two outings against the Rams and Cardinals. It's a challenging matchup forthcoming in Week 14, facing a Ravens defense that's allowed the fifth-fewest receptions (129) and fourth-fewest receiving touchdowns (9) to opposing wideouts in 2018.
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