Hill is sidelined with a dislocation of the sternal clavicular joint, and there is no timetable for recovery.
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2016, Round #5, Pick #165
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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill put together a solid game in Week 17 after two dud performances the two weeks prior. Hill caught five of his seven targets for 101 yards and a touchdown in the 35-3 victory. Hill also had one rushing attempt for 15 yards and a touchdown. He's been bothered by some nagging injuries lately, but Hill should be well rested for the playoffs.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill is Disappointing in Loss
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has not been much of a fantasy option over the last two weeks. Hill caught four of his nine targets for 74 yards and was held out of the end zone in the 38-31 loss to the Seahawks. Hill did not record a reception until halfway through the third quarter. He was banged up, so hopefully some rest will help him. He should be out there against the 49ers in Week 17. Hill is expected to rebound versus San Francisco, but that depends on his health.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill is Held in Check
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was held in check for his lowest amount of yards this season by the Chargers in Week 15. Hill caught four of his seven targets for 46 yards and was unable to find the end zone during the 29-28 loss. Hill could've had a 43-yard touchdown, but dropped it. The Chiefs get 10 days off to rest before taking on the Seahawks in Week 16. Hill has a few nagging injuries, but should be well rested and able to bounce back in that one. Hill should be considered a WR1 against the Seahawks.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill is A Safe WR1 for Thursday
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (heel, wrist) will play in Thursday's game against the Chargers, according to Adam Schefter. Hill finished with eight receptions for 139 yards in the victory over the Ravens last week. Hill has WR1 value despite playing banged up and on a short week. The Chiefs don't have much of a running game at the moment, so quarterback Patrick Mahomes might be forced to throw often. Hill has too much upside here, so he's a must-start in every format despite being banged up.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Will Play Against Chargers
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (heel, wrist), who is questionable for Thursday night against the Chargers, will play, according to a source. This was expected after Hill was limited in practice the last two games. He was limping badly late in the Week 14 overtime win over the Ravens, but Hill should be heavily involved in a big divisional game against the Chargers. He went off for 169 yards and two touchdowns in the season opener against LA and will be a must-start.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Questionable For Thursday
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (heel, wrist) is listed as questionable for Week 15 against the Chargers on Thursday night. Hill was limited the last two days, so he's on track to return in a big divisional game against the Bolts. With running back Spencer Ware (hamstring, shoulder) doubtful to play, expect the Chiefs to lean on the passing game, which is good news for Hill. The speedy wideout had 169 yards receiving and two scores against LA in the season opener and will be a must-start if he's active.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Returning To Practice
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (heel, wrist) will return to practice on Tuesday after sitting out on Monday. It's great news for Hill, who was noticeably limping in the team's Week 14 overtime win over the Ravens. Barring a setback, Hill should be a no-doubt must-start WR1 on Thursday against the Chargers. Hill went over 100 yards receiving with two touchdowns against LA in the season opener.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Expected To Play Thursday
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said he thinks wide receiver Tyreek Hill (foot) will play on Thursday against the Chargers. Hill was hobbled late in the Week 14 overtime win against the Ravens but remained in the game and made a crucial fourth-down catch late in regulation. He's unlikely to practice at all this week but should be active for a big divisional matchup against the 10-3 Chargers. Hill went off for well over 100 yards and two touchdowns in Week 1 against LA, so he'll be a must-start if he plays.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Day-To-Day
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill's (foot) tests on Monday showed "nothing serious," and he's being considered "day-to-day," according to a source. Hill was noticeably hobbled late in the overtime win over the Ravens in Week 14, but he managed eight catches on a season-high 14 targets for 139 yards. The 24-year-old is unlikely to practice on a short week with the Chargers on tap for Thursday, but unless he suffers a setback he should be able to play in a huge divisional game. Hill caught seven of eight targets for 169 yards and two scores against the Bolts in the season opener and will be a must-start fantasy asset if he's active this week.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Says His Foot Is Bad
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (foot) said his foot was bad after the Week 14 overtime win over the Ravens. Our people did a tremendous job wrapping my foot, Hill said. I was still feeling my heel, but at the same time, I knew that man, if you want the W, if you want to be a great receiver, this is your moment to make plays. Hill was hobbling pretty badly near the end of the game, but he remained in and made a crucial long catch on fourth down near the end of regulation. With a short week on Thursday against the Chargers, Hill's status is seriously up in the air. He had eight catches for 139 yards against Baltimore but may not be able to play this week. With Kareem Hunt gone, Sammy Watkins out for the rest of the regular season and Spencer Ware also dinged up, the Chiefs could be short-staffed in a huge divisional tilt that could decide the division in the AFC West. If Hill is unable to play, it'd mean bigger roles for Chris Conley, Demarcus Robinson and possibly even Kelvin Benjamin if he makes his team debut.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Has Huge Game Versus Baltimore
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill bounced back versus the Ravens in Week 14. It was looking like another bust week for Hill after he exited in the first quarter. However, Hill came back in the second half and played fantastic. He caught eight of his 14 targets for 139 yards and one rushing attempt for six yards. Hill could be in for a dud on Thursday, so fantasy owners should keep that in mind. It's a short week and Hill is clearly banged up, so he probably won't be an elite option.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Should Have A Bounce Back Week
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill finished with just one reception for 13 yards in the victory over the Raiders last week. That was Hill's worst performance of the season, which means he's almost certain to have a better game against Baltimore in Week 14. However, the Ravens defense has allowed the second fewest passing yards in the league, according to Yahoo. Hill shouldn't be trusted as an elite option, but he should bounce back versus Baltimore.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Finishes with One Reception
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill saw double digit targets in each of the last two games heading into Week 13 versus the Raiders. However, the Oakland defense was able to hold Hill in check. Hill was targeted six times, but managed just one reception for 13 yards. This was by far the worst game of the season for Hill, but he should bounce back. However, he won't be an elite option versus the Ravens tough defense in Week 14. Hill can be trusted as a WR2 against Baltimore next week.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill is in Line for Another Fantastic Game
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill had 10 receptions for 215 yards and two touchdowns in the loss to the Rams in Week 11. Hill is already over 1,000 receiving yards this season with 11 touchdowns and five games left on the schedule. He heads into a matchup against the Raiders defense that has allowed 25 passing touchdowns, which is the second worst in the league. Expect Hill to continue his fantastic season versus Oakland in Week 13.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Goes Over 200 Yards in Loss
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was unstoppable in this game and made all his fantasy owners proud on Monday. Hill hauled in 10 receptions for 215 yards and two touchdowns in the loss to the Rams. Los Angeles decided to put Sam Shields on Hill, but that obviously didn't work out too well for them. The biggest play was Hill's 73-yard touchdown and he was wide open for it. Hill is already over 1,000 receiving yards for the season as he heads into a bye week.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill is A Locked-In WR1 in Week 11
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill caught seven passes for 117 yards and two touchdowns in the victory over the Cardinals last week. There is a good chance that Hill is going to have another productive game in Week 11. He's heading into a matchup against the Rams defense that has allowed 14 touchdowns to wide receivers this season. Hill should be a top 10 receiving option against the Rams in Week 11.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Grabs Two Touchdowns in Victory
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was held to 70 receiving yards or less in each of the last three contests. Hill had an absolutely phenomenal game against the Arizona Cardinals on Week 10. He caught seven passes for 117 yards and two touchdowns in the 26-14 victory. Sammy Watkins (foot) was sidelined for this one, so Hill and Travis Kelce saw an increased workload. Watkins should be back for Week 11, but that won't hurt Hill's value much. Hill still remains a top receiving option against the Rams next week.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Should Bounce Back Against Arizona
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been held to 70 receiving yards or less over the last three games. However, he always remains a dangerous threat because of the deep pass. Hill is heading into a matchup against the Cardinals who rank eighth in passing yards allowed this season, according to Yahoo. Hill is such an explosive player that he needs to be started every week even if he's seen a dip in yardage lately.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Fairly Quiet Against Browns
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was dealing with a groin issue throughout the week and was held in check against Cleveland in Week 9. Hill caught four passes for 69 yards in the 37-21 victory. He caught a 40-yard pass in the first half and did pretty much nothing afterwards. Hill has now finished with 70 yards or less in three straight games. Regardless, he's still going to be a solid fantasy option against the shaky Cardinals secondary in Week 10.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill A WR1 for Week 9
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (groin) was downgraded to limited on Thursday. Hill has been dealing with a groin issue, but it doesn't sound like that is going to keep him out of this Week 9 matchup. Hill is facing a Browns defense that has allowed the fifth most receiving yards to receivers this season, according to Yahoo. Hill has been one of the best WR options this season, so if he plays he needs to be started.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Expected To Practice In Full
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid expects wide receiver Tyreek Hill (groin) to practice in full on Wednesday. Hill had a down game by his standards in the Week 8 win over the Broncos, catching three of four targets for 70 yards. It looks like he'll be able to play in Week 9 against the Browns, barring a setback, and he'll be looking to bounce back in that game. Hill is a must-start if he's active.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Finishes With Three Receptions
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (groin) finished with three receptions for 70 yards in the victory over the Broncos. Hill suffered a groin injury and was forced to exit the game early. He did end up catching three of his four targets, so at leas het gave fantasy owners some points. However, owners will need to monitor Hill's status closely for next week's matchup against Cleveland.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Suffers Groin Strain
Kansas City Chiefs running back Tyreek Hill (groin) suffered a groin strain in the Week 8 win over the Broncos, according to head coach Andy Reid. Before leaving the game, Hill caught three of his four targets for 70 yards, leaving his fantasy owners mostly disappointed. The injury could cost him the Week 9 game against the Cardinals, so his status in practice next week will be one to watch. If he's forced to sit, it'll mean increased roles in the passing game for Sammy Watkins, Chris Conley and tight end Travis Kelce.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Looks to Continue TD Streak
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has scored four touchdowns over the last two weeks. He's heading into a matchup against the Broncos defense that he saw a season-high 13 targets against in Week 4. Hill has seen double digit targets in two straight weeks and that should stay the same this week. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes loves going to Hill with the deep ball and it's been paying off this season. Hill is a reliable WR1 against Denver this week.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Hauls in Seven Receptions
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill had an explosive game against the Patriots in Week 6, so there was no way he was going to match that this week. However, Hill finished with seven receptions for 68 yards and a touchdown against Cincinnati. Hill saw a team leading 10 targets, but didn't have any huge plays in this one. He's scored in two straight games and has four touchdowns in that time span. Hill has a matchup with the Broncos in Week 8. The same team where he saw a season-high 13 targets against in Week 4.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill is a WR1 Against Bengals
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill finished with 142 receiving yards and three touchdowns against the Patriots last week. There is basically no chance that happens again this week, but Hill remains a strong fantasy option. The Bengals ranked 27th in passing yards allowed this season. Hill should have no problems against the Cincinnati defense in Week 7. Hill should be considered a WR1 for this matchup.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Performs Phenomenally Versus Pats
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill had an absolutely phenomenal game against the New England Patriots in Week 6. Hill caught seven passes for 142 yards and three touchdowns. He was targeted 12 times, so it could've been an even bigger game for Hill if that's imaginable. He scored a 75-yard touchdown to tie the game in the fourth quarter, so it's obvious the Chiefs trust Hill in the clutch. Hill is someone that needs to be started every game as a WR1.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill is Reliable WR1 Against Pats
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has failed to score or go over 61 receiving yards during the last three games. However, Hill did have to face some difficult pass defenses, but has an easier matchup against the Patriots in Week 6. The Pats defense has allowed the sixth most receptions to opposing wide receivers this season. Hill is usually the deep threat for KC, so if he doesn't get that "big play" sometimes his fantasy value takes a hit. Regardless, the Pats secondary is not the strongest, so he should at least play as projected.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Makes The Most of A Tough Challenge
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was not able to capitalize on many opportunities against Jaguars elite cornerback Jalen Ramsey on Sunday. Hill caught four passes for 61 yards and was unable to find the end zone. Hill is always a threat for a big play, but it just didn't happen this week. He was still a decent fantasy option, but not a WR1 like many fantasy owners expected from him. He should be back to normal against the Patriots next week.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill is WR2 in Week 5
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been a top fantasy option all season long, but could be slowed down a bit by the elite Jaguars defense. The Jags have allowed league-low 183.3 passing yards a game. They've only given up three passing touchdowns this season, according to Yahoo. Although, Hill is the deep threat option for the Chiefs, so there is always a chance he makes one solid play to save his fantasy day. Hill is not a WR1 this week, but he should be a reliable WR2 in Week 5.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Gets Back on Track
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill finished with two receptions for 54 yards in the Week 3 victory over San Francisco. Hill was able to put that game behind him and drop nine receptions and 54 yards in Week 4. He saw a season-high 13 targets in the victory over Denver on Monday. However, Hill could be slowed down again in Week 5 against a Jaguars defense that has been strong this season. Hill is a WR2 for that matchup in KC.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Should Bounce Back in Week 4
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill failed to find the end zone for the first time this season during the Week 3 victory over the 49ers. It was a rough week for Hill as he only caught two passes for 51 yards. It appears that was likely just a fluke week as Travis Kelce and Sammy Watkins saw most of the attention in Week 3. Hill should be highly productive against the Broncos on Monday. The Broncos defense has allowed 287.7 passing yards a game, tied for 26th in the league, according to Yahoo.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Has Disappointing Performance
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill had a rare disappointing game on Sunday. Hill caught two passes for 51 yards and was unable to find the end zone. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes spread the ball around. Six receivers had two receptions or more during Sunday's 38-27 win over the 49ers. This was just one of those games where Hill was unable to do anything with his opportunities. Hill still remains one of the best fantasy receivers in the league. Hill should be back to normal against the Broncos in Week 4.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill is Elite Option for Week 3
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has four touchdowns through the first two games of the regular season. New Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has found immediate chemistry with Hill. The Chiefs are heading into a matchup with the 49ers who have allowed almost 300 passing yards per game. Both Hill and Mahomes should have excellent games on Sunday.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Has Two-Touchdown Game in Week 1
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill had an incredible game against the Chargers in Week 1. Hill finished with seven receptions for 169 yards and two touchdowns in the 38-28 win over the Chargers. He also added a 91-yard punt return score and he rushed twice for four yards. The chemistry between Hill and new starting quarterback Patrick Mahomes is clearly there. The Chargers were supposed to have an elite passing defense, but Hill still destroyed them. Hill is looking like he's going to be a top receiving option this season.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Should Be Reliable in Week 1
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is coming off an outstanding second season with the Chiefs. The scary part is that Hill might actually be able to get even better. Hill has gunslinger Patrick Mahomes taking over under center, which should help Hill's production. The Chargers defense ranked top five against the pass last season. However, Hill dropped a 10-165-2 line against them through two games last season. Hill should remain productive despite facing a tough defense.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Has Great Third Preseason Game
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was impressive during Saturday's preseason loss to the Chicago Bears. Hill finished with eight receptions and 88 yards, but did not score a touchdown. It looks like quarterback Patrick Mahomes has found his favorite target on the Chiefs roster. There was some worry that Hill wouldn't have the same chemistry with Mahomes as he did with quarterback Alex Smith last season. It appears that is not the case, and the Mahomes/Hill duo is ready for the regular season.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Catches Touchdown on Friday
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill put together a fairly solid game on Friday, which included a highlight catch that was likely the play of the night around the NFL. Hill caught four passes for 87 yards and one touchdown in the victory over the Falcons. He caught a 69-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Patrick Mahomes. It appears changing quarterbacks has not hurt Hill's fantasy value.
2 years ago: Tarik Cohen Compared To Tyreek Hill
Chicago Bears new head coach Matt Nagy, who was the playcaller for the final four games of the 2017 regular season with Kansas City, sees a lot of similarities between Tarik Cohen and Chiefs running back Tyreek Hill. "Well, No. 1, size-wise you see that and you say, 'OK, they're pretty similar, right?'" Nagy said at the NFL scouting combine. "And then you have the speed, the shiftiness, the moves, everything that they do. They're similar in the fact that you can move them around and do different things." Cohen certainly has versatility, as he became the first NFL running back since Gale Sayers in 1965 to score touchdowns via rushing, receiving, passing and punt return in a single season. He was second in receptions (53) and rushing yards (370) and led the Bears with 855 combined return yards. Cohen should see more of a role in 2018, and he could cut into the playing time of Jordan Howard.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Targeted 11 Times in Loss
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill had a mixed first half in Saturday's 22-21 loss to the Titans. He headed to the locker room at halftime with four receptioins for 84 yards, but it could've been much more. He dropped two big passes in the first half that could've been huge gains. He caught three passes after the break, but finished with 87 yards. He struggled heavily after Travis Kelce (concussion) went to the locker room right before halftime. Hill put together a solid campaign with 1,183 receiving yards and eight touchdowns. He'll have the upside of a WR1 next season.
2 years ago: Tyreek Hill Should Be Reliable
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill went from boom-or-bust to one of the most trustworthy WRs in fantasy. In his last six contests, Hill caught at least four receptions for 40 yards or more. He caught three touchdowns during that span and had two games with 100 yards or more. Hill will likely be returning kicks as well with De'Anthony Thomas out. Hill finished the season with 1183 yards, and seven receiving TDs, and has become Alex Smith's big play guy.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Won't Play Sunday
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill will not play in Week 17 against the Broncos due to a death in the family. Hill might not have played much in this one anyway with the Chiefs likely to rest most of their starters in a meaningless game, but now he won't play at all. Make sure to remove him from all fantasy lineups. In his absence, speedster De'Anthony Thomas may see a lot of targets in the passing game, albeit from rookie quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who will be making his first NFL start against a tough defense. Demarcus Robinson and Albert Wilson will likely see their roles expand as well, but all of KC's offensive weapons will be risky plays this weekend.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill is Boom or Bust Against Denver
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been one of the most dynamic players in the NFL this season. He could be in for a slow game in Week 17 against a Broncos defense that has allowed the second fewest amount of fantasy points to WRs this season, according to Yahoo Sports. Rookie quarterbackÂ Patrick Mahomes will be under center, and the Chiefs will limit their starters' repetitions with the divisional crown locked up. Hill finished with just two catches for 38 yards in Week 8 against Denver. He'll be a boom-or-bust option, but it's advised to stay away.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Goes Over 100 Yards Against Dolphins
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been one of the most consistent receivers the last month or so. He continued his terrific season on Sunday, catching six passes for 109 yards, but failed to score a touchdown. Hill now has four receptions or more in each of the last seven games. He has 75 receiving yards or more in each of the last four contests. Hill will look to get over the 1,200-yard receiving mark against the Broncos in Week 17.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill is Reliable Option Against Miami
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been a reliable fantasy option over the last five games. Earlier in the season, Hill was a boom-or-bust option and was risky to use each week. He's now caught at least four passes and surpassed 40 receiving yards in each of the last five weeks. Hill is over 1,000 yards receiving for the year and has seven receiving touchdowns as well. He's a safe and reliable WR2 against the Dolphins in Week 16.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Scores TD Against Chargers
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was not expected to do much against an elite Los Angeles Chargers pass defense. However, Hill caught five passes for 88 yards and one touchdown in the 30-13 victory. His biggest play was a 64-yard touchdown, burning shutdown corner Casey Hayward on a straight go route. Hill is now over 1000 yards on the season and has seven touchdowns. He's caught at least four passes in each of his last five games. He'll be a solid WR1 against the Dolphins in Week 16.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill is Boom or Bust in Week 15
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is heading into a game against a Chargers defense that has allowed the seventh fewest fantasy points to wideouts this season, according to Yahoo Sports. Hill has managed to be productive over the last four games, but his luck could end in Week 15. He's seen six or more targets per game each of the last four weeks. There is no doubt quarterback Alex Smith will look his way in Week 15. The question remains, will Hill be able to break away and make the big play? He's going to be a boom-or-bust option against the Chargers in a huge game Saturday.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Continues To Be Reliable
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has now caught four or more passes in a game each of the last four weeks. Hill caught four passes for 75 yards and zero touchdowns in the 26-15 victory over the Oakland Raiders. Hill played well, but wasn't given enough big play chances. The Chiefs stayed focus on getting tight end Travis Kelce the ball, targeting him 13 times. Hill has been a reliable option the last month or so, and that should continue throughout the rest of the year.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill is Borderline WR1 in Week 14
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill should be an elite option against the Oakland Raiders defense in Week 14. Hill caught six passes for 125 yards and one touchdown against Oakland in Week 7. Hill had a monster game last week catching six passes for 185 yards and two touchdowns in the loss to the New York Jets. Those were the last two times that Hill has gone over 100 yards receiving. He's coming off his best performance of the season and he torched the Raiders last meeting. Hill should be a borderline WR1 this week.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Sets Career High in Loss
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill had is best game of the season by far in the 38-31 loss to the New York Jets in Week 13. He caught six passes for 185 yards and two touchdowns. Hill did almost all his damage in the second half of the game. He caught a 79-yard touchdown and scored again in the fourth quarter. He set a career high in yards and now has six receiving touchdowns this season. He ran all over the Raiders for 125 yards earlier in the season and should be in for a similar performance in Week 14.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Is A Reliable Option in Week 13
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill should be in line for a solid performance against the New York Jets in Week 13. He caught seven of 11 targets for 41 yards and zero touchdowns against the Buffalo Bills in Week 12. He's caught seven passes in each of the last two games and has become a reliable option in the Chiefs offense. Quarterback Alex Smith threw for just 199 yards in the loss to Buffalo. If the Chiefs can find a way to get the offense going, then Hill should be in line for a good game.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Is Bright Spot in Loss
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was the lone bright spot for the team in the Week 12 loss to the Buffalo Bills. Hill caught 7-of-11 targets for 41 yards and zero touchdowns. He led the Chiefs in receiving with 41 yards since Alex Smith only threw for 199 yards. It was a rough game all around for the Chiefs offense, but Hill was able to put together a decent fantasy day. He should in be for an even better performance against the New York Jets in Week 13.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill WR2 Against Bills
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill should be in for a good game on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. He caught 7-of-7 targets for 68 yards in the loss to the New York Giants in Week 11. Most of his targets were on short passes and screen plays. Hill has been the definition of a boom-or-bust player this season, and his value hinges on whether or not he gets that "big-play" during the game. The Bills have struggled lately, and Hill should be able to escape for at least one big play on Sunday.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Not On Injury Report
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (gluteus) practiced in full all week and has been taken off the final injury report for Week 12 against the Bills. Hill should once again be a big part of Kansas City's offense in this one. He has the tendency to be boom or bust for fantasy owners, but he's a must-start with WR2 upside against a Buffalo secondary that has been torched consistently in recent weeks.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Practices In Full
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (gluteus) practiced in full Wednesday. Hill will be perfectly fine for Week 12 against the Bills. He remains a dynamic playmaker for KC, but he's a boom-or-bust fantasy option as a WR2. As long as he's playing, though, he's a candidate to take any play to the house at any time, and he's a must-start against a reeling Buffalo defense.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Plays Well in Loss to Giants
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was one of the few reliable players on the Chiefs offense in Week 11. He caught all seven of his targets for 68 yards in the 12-9 loss to the New York Giants. He was mainly targeted on screens and short passes. The Chiefs weren't able to get thatÂ big play with Hill against the Giants. Hill continues to be a boom-or-bust WR2 but is headed into a good matchup. The Buffalo Bills have a struggling defense and Hill should be able to capitalize on that in Week 12.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill In Line For Big Game
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill should be in line for a big game against the horrendous New York Giants defense in Week 11. Hill's big-play ability has kept him productive despite not seeing more than seven receptions in any game this season. It feels difficult to trust Hill every week when you know he's a boom-or-bust player and dependent on that "big-play". Hill should be in for a productive day against a Giants pass defense that has ranked as one of the worst this season.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Scores in Week 9
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill managed to salvage his fantasy day by making one incredible play. Hill caught 2-of-4 targets for 64 yards and one touchdown in the 28-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. He also added four carries for nine yards on the ground. Hill continues to be a boom-or-bust player every single week. It depends on whether or not Hill is able to complete that one big 50-yard plus play. Coach Andy Reid needs to find a way to get Hill more involved. The Chiefs have a bye week in Week 10, so hopefully they can figure it out.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Looking to Bounce Back
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was a huge bust last week against the Denver Broncos. He caught just 2-of-6 targets for 38 yards and even threw a terrible interception on a trick play. It was a week to forget for Hill, but if his week-by-week stats have taught us anything then he'll be in for a big Week 9 against Dallas. He's posted a big fantasy day after each bad game he's had this season. Hill will be a WR2 against a weaker Cowboys secondary this week.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Bust in Week 8
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was basically completely stopped by the Denver Broncos secondary on Monday night, The Chiefs were able to grab the 29-19 victory, but Hill wasn't much of a help in the win. He caught just two passes for 38 yards and failed to find the end zone. Hill continues to follow the flow of boom-or-bust player this season. If that is true then Hill is in for a big game against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 9.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Hard To Trust in Week 8
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is going to be tough to trust on Monday against a strong Broncos secondary. Hill had a huge week last Thursday when he caught six passes for 125 yards and one touchdown. He caught a 64-yard touchdown, and remains a boom-or-bust player. If he doesn't get that big play then he usually won't offer much from the fantasy side of the ball. Hill has success against Denver in the past, but he'll likely be locked down or at least not as valuable as he was last week. If you believe in Hill keep him in your lineup, but he could be in for a down week.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Explodes in Week 7
The Kansas City Chiefs finally found a way to get boom-or-bust receiver Tyreek Hill to explode. He caught 6-of-8 targets for 125 yards and a touchdown in the Chiefs loss on Thursday. This is the first time since Week 1 that Hill has finished with over 100 yards in a game. The biggest play of the game was when Hill caught a 64-yard touchdown in the second quarter. It's going to remain a wild ride for Hill owners as he heads into a matchup against a tough Denver defense.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Could Be A Bust Against Oakland
Since Week 1 Kansas City Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill has yet to break over 100 yards in a game. He was forced out of last week's game against Pittsburgh after he took a big hit. Hill has been dealing with a neck injury and has been practicing full. All signs point to Hill being ready for Thursday against Oakland. The Chiefs are low on receivers which could mean Hill will see plenty of targets. Hill has failed to reach in the end zone in three consecutive weeks. He has the upside of a WR2, but could be in for another dud on Thursday.
3 years ago: Kareem Hunt, Tyreek Hill Practicing In Full Again
Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt (knee) and wide receiver Tyreek Hill (neck) practiced in full for the second straight day Tuesday. Both players will be fine on a short week Thursday against the division-rival Raiders, and both should be employed with confidence. The rookie Hunt currently leads the NFL in rushing yards with 630 and remains an elite WR1. Hill has been boom or bust so far but has WR2 upside Thursday.
3 years ago: Kareem Hunt, Tyreek Hill Practiced In Full Monday
Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt (knee) and Tyreek Hill (neck) both practiced in full Monday. Hill was thought to have suffered a concussion in the Week 5 loss, but he apparently escaped one and should be good to go on a short week Thursday against the Raiders. Both Hill and Hunt have high fantasy ceilings for this divisional matchup and should remain in all starting lineups.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Exits Game, But Injury Not Serious
Kansas City Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill exited late in Sunday's game against the Steelers with a possible concussion. Hill was hit during a punt return in the fourth quarter and did not return to the game. The Chiefs have cleared Hill to play against the Raiders on Thursday. He caught 5-of-7 targets for 34 yards in the loss to Pittsburgh. Hill remains a huge boom-or-bust player, but should play much better against the Raiders in Week 7.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Will Play Against Steelers
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said wide receiver Tyreek Hill (hamstring) will play in Week 6 against the Steelers. Hill has gone over 100 yards this year just once, and that was back in the season opener. He remains a volatile boom-or-bust fantasy option as more of a WR3 with upside.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Pops Up On Injury Report
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (hamstring) popped up on the Week 6 injury report Thursday and was listed as a limited participant. It's not what fantasy owners want to see from Hill, who has been very hit or miss so far in 2017 after being a breakout in his rookie season. The Steelers represent the worst matchup for receivers this season, too, so Hill is shaping up as one to fade as a flex play this weekend. Pittsburgh has allowed a season-low 18.6 fantasy points to receivers per week after five weeks. If for some reason Hill's injury keeps him out, Travis Kelce (concussion), if he plays, could benefit greatly, as well as Albert Wilson.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Remains Boom-Or-Bust Option
One of the biggest decisions a fantasy owner will have to make this season is whether or not to start Tyreek Hill on a weekly basis. The Kansas City Chiefs receiver has been the definition of a boom-or-bust player this season. In Week 5 Hill caught 4-of-6 passes for 68 yards. His fantasy value basically depends on whether or not he has one huge 30 plus yard play. The good news for fantasy owners is Hill plays the Steelers this week, and should be looking towards a big week.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Is Boom-Or-Bust Option
This season, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been the definition of a boom-or-bust player. He's put together two tremendous performances in Week 1 and 3. He followed up both games with sluggish play the next week, and this could be a concern for fantasy owners. There is no doubt that Hill has explosive play ability, but if he doesn't have that enormous play it deeply impacts his value. He'll face a tough Texans passing defense this week, and it's beginning to be difficult to trust him every single week. Hill will remain heavily utilized in the Chiefs offense, but at this point expect him to be a boom or bust player, and this week might be another bust.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Quiet On Monday Night
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill caught five of his six targets for a season-low 35 yards in Monday night's 29-20 win over the Redskins. A popular breakout candidate in the preseason, Hill has 21 catches for 288 yards and two scores through four games. He's quick and shifty in open space as a home run hitter, but he's also boom or bust for fantasy purposes.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Leads Chiefs In Receiving Again
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill lead the team to a victory in Week 3 against the Chargers by catching five passes for 77 yards for a touchdown. He also rushed the ball three times for an additional 13 yards. It was the second time in three games so far he's been targeted eight times and the second time in three games he's found paydirt. Hill had a clunker in Week 2 but has been fantastic in the other two contests. The 23-year-old speedster is versatile enough to line up all over the field and is a home run hitter on any given play. He'll remain a solid WR2 moving forward.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Sees Statistics Drop
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill caught four passes for 43 yards against the Eagles on Sunday. Hill had six targets and a rushing attempt against Philadelphia, seeing his targets drop from 10 in Week 1 to seven on Sunday. The 23-year-old has caught 11 of his 14 targets from the accurate Alex Smith and fantasy owners will want more outings like Week 1, where he had seven catches for 133 yards and a 75-yard touchdown.The Chiefs will travel to Los Angeles to play the Chargers next week, giving Hill another opportunity to be a good WR2.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Opens Season With 138 Total Yards and a Touchdown
True to his word, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid lined Tyreek Hill up all over the field, and he had a very active night as a result. Hill was a big time factor in the Chiefs' offensive scheme on Thursday night reeling in seven catches for 133 yards, including a 75-yard touchdown pass from Alex Smith. Hill also added two carries for five yards. It will be difficult to tell just where Hill will finish in the rankings on a weekly basis because his floor is one of the hardest in the league to pin down, and his ceiling will be infinite each week. His volume offers insane upside that is hard to duplicate, and he poses a legitimate threat to score on any given play. He was hampered a bit with leg cramps towards the end of the game, but he was probable to return so he likely could have come back if the game wasn't in hand down the stretch. He will get a couple extra days of rest which should be more than enough time for him to get ready for the team's next game against the Eagles in 10 days.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill to Be â€œHeavily Involvedâ€ in Primetime Matchup
Wide receiver Tyreek Hill loves playing under the lights, and admitted that he gives a little bit extra in those games. Seven of his 12 touchdowns last year came in the Kansas City Chiefs' four primetime games, and there will be no shortage of work coming his way allowing him every opportunity to try to replicate those performances. Steve Wyche of the NFL Network reported Tuesday that head coach Andy Reid will include Hill in the offensive game plan in every way possible, lining him up out wide, in the slot, and in the backfield. He is also expected to be the Chiefs' main punt returner, although he will be removed from kick return duty in lieu of his increased offensive role. Hill owners might be a little nervous following a very quiet preseason, but the volume is hard to pass up, and Hill is a fringe WR2/WR3 with plenty of upside for his Week 1 matchup.
3 years ago: Chiefs take Tyreek Hill Off Kickoff Duties in Preparation for Expanded WR Role
The Kansas City Chiefs have shed some light on just how important wide receiver Tyreek Hill will be as one of the team's primary receivers and have taken him off kickoff returns for the upcoming season. Hill will continue to serve as the Chiefs' lead punt return specialist though, and just Sunday he broke off a long return for a near score. However, with a lot of unproven talent behind him on the roster, Hill is by far the most talented receiver on the team outside of tight end Travis Kelce. In addition to catching the long bombs from quarterback Alex Smith that have become a daily staple at camp, Hill has also been working on his intermediate game, has taken a few carries and will get as much work in the offense as he can handle. With his increased usage, Hill could shape up as a WR2 with upside that could land him just outside of WR1 territory at some point this season.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Looks â€œElectricâ€ in First Padded Practice
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill continued to get behind the defense again in the team's first padded practice and has been described as looking "electric" in camp so far. Although his speed is the most notable part of his game, teammate Marcus Peters also said of Hill Sunday, "He's technical. He's one of the best WRs in the league right now." For the second day in a row, rookie running back Kareem Hunt garnered attention for his work in the passing game. Hunt again caught a long pass down the sideline for what would have been a touchdown, but did spend the majority of the day mixing in with the second unit and had only limited run with the top unit. Hill remains an intriguing pick in all leagues with his role from last season set to expand, and Hunt is making his case for immediate PPR usefulness.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill's Return Duties To Be Scaled Back
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who will take over the No. 1 receiving duties after the release of Jeremy Maclin, is likely to have his role on kickoff returns scaled back in 2017 to keep him fresh. Special teams coach Dave Toub said Hill will likely be taken off kickoffs, but the team still wants him to be their punt returner. Hill was second on the team in '16 with 61 catches and 593 yards and finished with a team-high six touchdowns. His elite speed and improved route running make him an electric playmaker and threat to score every time he touches the ball. While Hill may struggle in an increased role with more attention from the defense, you can't argue with the volume of looks he'll receive. He's a WR2 with upside for more.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Figures To Be Bigger Part Of Offense In 2017
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is expected to see his snap count go up in 2017, according to head coach Andy Reid. The playmaking speedster averaged just 33.3 plays per game and officially started just one game as a rookie. Hill scored a total of 12 touchdowns between offense and special teams and proved to be one of KC's most dynamic weapons. He's more of a gadget player, though, and his breakout rookie year is likely to cause him to be heavily overvalued in 2017 fantasy drafts.
3 years ago: Tyreek Hill Contained As Chiefs Blow Divisional Game
Having steamrolled through the final regular season games, Chiefs rookie Tyreek Hill was so important heading into the postseason that the team made him a captain for Sunday's Divisional game. Ultimately, however, he failed to make a big play and the Chiefs were eliminated by the Steelers, 18-16. The 22-year-old managed just 18 rushing yards, 27 receiving yards, 72 return yards and zero touchdowns. It was a disappointing finale for Hill, although it shouldn't overshadow his explosive rookie season.