Tyreek Hill
WR MIA (11)
Thu 12/16/21 11:55 PM

Hill secured 12 of 13 targets for 148 yards and a touchdown in the Chiefs' 34-28 overtime win over the Chargers on Thursday night.
EDGE Analysis
Hill's catch total paced the Chiefs on the night and also served as a season-best figure for the explosive speedster. The reception that broke his previous high of 11 catches this season was a 14-yard grab on the game-winning drive in overtime that he made after spending some time on the sideline late in the fourth quarter and early in the extra period getting stretched out for what appeared to be lower-leg cramps. Hill's explosive outing included his first 100-yard effort since Week 4 and only his third of the season, a performance he'll aim to build on against an inconsistent Steelers secondary during a Week 16 home clash a week from Sunday.

Tyreek Hill
WR MIA (11)
Sun 12/12/21 5:13 PM

Hill recorded four receptions on four targets for 76 yards in Sunday's 48-9 win over the Raiders.
EDGE Analysis
The Chiefs' offense didn't need to do much in the game, as they were up 21-0 by early in the second quarter. Between game script and the fact that Hill briefly left the game, as reported by Pete Sweeney of ArrowheadPride.com, he was limited to his lowest target total since Week 2. Even given those factors, Hill beat the Raiders' defense for receptions of 38, 19 and 10 yards to account for the majority of his production. With the Chargers on tap in Week 15, Kansas City figures to be in a closer contest that should create more volume for Hill and the rest of the team's offensive weapons.

Tyreek Hill
WR MIA (11)
Sun 12/5/21 11:56 PM1 Comment

Hill had two receptions (five targets) for 22 yards in Sunday's 22-9 win over the Broncos.
EDGE Analysis
Hill posted a rare dud in a matchup that the Chiefs dominated with their defense. Travis Kelce (three receptions for 27 yards) was also held in check, providing a rare instance in which both of Kansas City's superstar pass-catchers were non-factors. Perhaps the Chiefs' receiving duo will get back on track next Sunday against the Raiders, whose defensive personnel are far less likely to hold both players down.

Tyreek Hill
WR MIA (11)
Sun 11/21/21 11:57 PM

Hill caught seven of 11 targets for 77 yards in Sunday's 19-9 win over the Cowboys.
EDGE Analysis
The meeting between two of the most dangerous passing games in the league was mostly a bust for a variety of reasons, but Hill at least did his part, leading both teams in catches, targets and yards on the afternoon. The speedster has a 30-291-3 line on 50 targets over his last four games despite the sluggish performance of the Kansas City offense as a whole, and he doesn't figure to lose any momentum over the team's Week 12 bye.

Tyreek Hill
WR MIA (11)
Sun 11/14/21 11:52 PM

Hill had seven receptions (10 targets) for 83 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 41-14 win over the Raiders.
EDGE Analysis
Hill bounced back from a rough Week 9 performance against Green Bay by taking advantage of a prime matchup against the Raiders' secondary. Travis Kelce also produced a monster stat line (eight receptions for 119 yards), which is a positive sign for a Kansas City offense that has failed to fire on all cylinders this season. Hill will take on the Cowboys' defense in Week 11. Dallas currently surrenders the 21st-most fantasy points to opposing wideouts.

Tyreek Hill
WR MIA (11)
Sun 11/7/21 8:21 PM

Hill caught four passes for 36 yards on 11 targets against Green Bay on Sunday.
EDGE Analysis
Hill's targets weren't especially useful for the Chiefs in the 13-7 win, but there was only so much he could do with Patrick Mahomes struggling badly yet again, completing just 20 of 37 attempts for 166 yards and one touchdown. The Chiefs have seen relatively friendly pass defenses the last three weeks (Green Bay, the Giants and Tennessee), yet Mahomes has just two touchdowns in that span and in each game averaged less than 6.0 yards per pass. Clearly there are foundational issues facing the Chiefs offense, and some sort of course correction might be necessary for them to break out of their slump. The good news for Hill is he's seen 38 targets in that span, and with his abilities that sort of usage will yield results eventually, even if the rest of the offense struggles. The Chiefs will probably give Hill another big workload when they head to Las Vegas to play the Raiders in Week 10.

Tyreek Hill
WR MIA (11)
Mon 11/1/21 11:41 PM

Hill caught 12 of 18 targets for 94 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's 20-17 win over the Giants.
EDGE Analysis
Hill was incorporated early and often, hauling in six passes during the first quarter, including a six-yard touchdown to cap Kansas City's second offensive drive. The speedster's long gain on the night was only 15 yards, but Hill still did ample damage through his bevy of looks underneath. In fact, he set new season highs in both receptions and targets, helping the Chiefs bounce back with a primetime victory. Next up for Hill is a matchup against a Packers defense without top cornerback Jaire Alexander (shoulder).

Tyreek Hill
WR MIA (11)
Sun 10/24/21 5:09 PM

Hill recorded six receptions on nine targets for 49 yards in Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Titans.
EDGE Analysis
Hill saw plenty of volume, though his three-game stretch of double-digit targets came to an end. He was limited to only two gains of more than 10 yards, one of which came from Chad Henne late in the game after Patrick Mahomes was forced to exit with a head injury. Hill continues to play through a quadriceps issue that may be limiting his explosiveness, as over his last three games he has failed to record a catch of more than 20 yards.

Tyreek Hill
WR MIA (11)
Sun 10/24/21 11:42 AM

Hill (quadriceps) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Titans, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports.
EDGE Analysis
Hill didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday, but he was able to work in a limited fashion Friday, setting the stage for Kansas City's top wideout to suit up versus Tennessee. In doing so, Hill has followed the same pattern he did leading up to Week 6 action, which resulted in him logging 47 of a possible 82 snaps on offense while catching nine of his 12 targets for 76 yards and a TD in his team's 31-13 win over Washington. In the absence of any in-game setbacks, Hill and TE Travis Kelce are slated to remain QB Patrick Mahomes' top passing targets Sunday.

Tyreek Hill
WR MIA (11)
Fri 10/22/21 4:33 PM

Hill (quadriceps) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans after returning to a limited practice Friday.
EDGE Analysis
Though Hill didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday, head coach Andy Reid said prior to Friday's session that the wideout is likely to suit up Week 7, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com. With that in mind, fantasy managers should prepare to keep Hill in lineups this week, but his availability should still need to be confirmed when the Chiefs release their inactive list 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff.