No. 1: Tyreek Hill is still a remarkable and dominant talent at wide receiver
The Kansas City Chiefs needed someone to step up on offense and that’s exactly what Tyreek Hill did at wide receiver. He was a threat that the Cleveland Browns never figured out how to answer and he’s definitely incredibly valuable for this offense.
Because of the offensive line, Mahomes has the time to be able to routinely connect with Hill and that paid off for the Kansas City Chiefs. Cleveland’s defense had no response for what Mahomes and Hill were doing Sunday afternoon.
Hill was targeted 15 times and recorded 11 receptions. With those 11 catches, Hill racked up 197 receiving yards and caught a touchdown pass.
That’s an astonishing level of production from Hill.
He was by far the leading receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs, recording nearly double the number of catches as Travis Kelce, who caught six passes for 76 yards and two touchdowns. Mecole Hardman recorded three receptions for a meager 19 yards while Clyde Edwards-Helaire also had a trio of receptions for 29 yards.
The Kansas City Chiefs still need to find a second wide receiver to help take some of the load off Hill’s shoulders, but it’s great to see that he can continue to tear through opposing defenses without any issues.