EDGE AnalysisHill was instrumental in Kansas City's hot start, as he scored the game's first points with a 10-yard touchdown, and the Chiefs went on to take a 21-3 lead. The speedy wideout came close to scoring a second touchdown on one of the game's pivotal plays, but he was stopped at Cincinnati's one-yard line as the first half expired. Shockingly, that ended up being Hill's final touch of the afternoon, as he was blanked in the second half and overtime. Patrick Mahomes' final pass of the season was a deep ball to Hill down the sideline in overtime, which was batted away by one defender and intercepted by another. Despite this disappointing finish, Hill should resume his role as a key cog in one of the league's most fearsome offenses next year, and he'll be looking to extend a streak of five consecutive regular seasons with at least seven touchdowns.