In 2016, Tyreek Hill has given the Kansas City Chiefs a home run element that they haven’t had in year’s past. He showed that off against the Tennessee Titans early in Week 15.
Hill took a handoff from Alex Smith and proceeded to go 68 yards, untouched for a score.
— NFL (@NFL) December 18, 2016
The touchdown and ensuing PAT gave the Kansas City a 7-0 lead on the Chiefs.
It also put the rookie Hill into elite company in NFL history.
Tyreek Hill joined Gale Sayers as the only 2 rookies in NFL history with 2+ rushing TDs, 2+ receiving TDs, a PR TD & a KR TD in a season pic.twitter.com/KGlPOPe91I
— Randall Liu (@RLiuCBS) December 18, 2016
Hill is someone that opposing teams have to find a way to contain. Once he gets to full speed with the ball in his hands, stopping him is nearly impossible. The Titans are the latest team to find that out.