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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill had a quiet outing in a Week 13 victory versus the Denver Broncos. The Cheetah was targeted five times during the contest and caught two balls for 22 yards. He also had a ball hit off his hands and into the hands of rookie cornerback Patrick Surtain II that would be the only interception for quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes struggled on the evening and with windy playing conditions, those could both be attributed to Hill's final game line. Regardless, Hill posted a dud, but managers shouldn't be too concerned with his ability to put up WR1 numbers in most weeks. Hill will face the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 14 and previously recorded 7 receptions for 83 yards and two touchdowns in a Week 10 victory.
Coming off of a bye week in Week 12, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill will look to continue his strong season against the division-rival Denver Broncos in Week 13. The Cheetah continues to be a huge part of the team's offensive game plan, but he will draw a tough matchup on Sunday against a Broncos defense that has allowed 157 yards per game to the wide receiver position. The good news is that they have allowed two touchdowns to the position in consecutive games and one per game on the season. Even against a tough defense, Hill remains a must-start on a weekly basis with his ability to put up WR1 numbers, and fantasy managers should feel confident about starting him on Sunday evening.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill finished with nine catches for 77 yards during the win over Dallas on Sunday. The speedy wideout regressed to some degree after compiling two touchdowns against the Raiders in the week before. However, it was still an acceptable performance, especially on a day when the Chiefs defense and rushing attack took over. With an upcoming bye on tap for the Chiefs, Hill will look to keep it going against the Broncos in Week 13, and he has a great chance of doing so.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is coming off of a two-touchdown performance in Week 10 versus the Las Vegas Raiders and will look to keep the momentum going versus a solid Dallas Cowboys secondary in Week 11. The Cowboys secondary has been in the middle of pack this year and are giving up 12 catches and 178 yards per game to the wide receiver position. They have also given up one touchdown per game to wide receivers. Along with tight end Travis Kelce, Hill remains the top option for quarterback Patrick Mahomes and he should continue to see a heavy dose of targets in a potential shootout on Sunday. Fantasy managers should continue to start the speedy receiver as a WR1 in all formats on a weekly basis.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill put together a big night in a Week 10 victory versus the Las Vegas Raiders. The Cheetah was on point with seven receptions for 83 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The speedsters first touchdown came on an eight-yard pass in the first quarter and he doubled down with a one-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Although Hill has had some dud performances this season, there has never been any doubt about him operating as one of the games best receivers in the league. Entering Week 11 as a clear cut WR1, Hill will look to continue putting up big numbers in a potential shootout versus the Dallas Cowboys.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is coming off of a quiet Week 9 performance with four catches for 37 yards and things won't get easier against a Las Vegas Raiders defense that has held opposing receivers to just 121 yards per game and just four touchdowns on the season. Even in a tough matchup and despite posting some dud performances this season, the speedy receiver remains a WR1 in all formats. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes said earlier in the week that he will continue to throw the ball downfield and that will work to Hill's strength. Along with tight end Travis Kelce, Hill remains the top option for Mahomes and managers should have no reservations about starting him as a WR1 in Week 10.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill had another quiet performance in a Week 9 victory against the Green Bay Packers. The speedster has been the definition of boom or bust this season, but much of that be attributed to the struggles of quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Despite Mahomes throwing for 166 yards on the afternoon, Hill was still targeted 11 times and caught just four balls for 37 yards. The Cheetah still remains a WR1 moving forward, but after one of the most consistent seasons for a wide receiver in 2020, managers have every right to be frustrated with his inconsistency in 2021. Hill will look for better results versus the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 10.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is coming off of a Week 8 matchup against the New York Giants that saw him get 18 targets and turn that into 12 catches for 94 yards and a touchdown. In Week 9, Hill will once again remain the top option for quarterback Patrick Mahomes versus the Green Bay Packers. The Packers defense has been solid this year and has allowed 151 yards per game and one touchdown per game to opposing wide receivers. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes has struggled this year, but Hill continues to put up impressive numbers and has 64 receptions for 735 yards and six touchdowns for the season. Managers can safely pencil in Hill as a WR1 in Week 9.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill saw a team-high 18 targets in a Week 8 victory versus the New York Giants. The Cheetah caught 12 balls for 94 yards and scored on a six-yard touchdown in the first quarter. Hill has had some rare dud performances this season, but he showed on Monday why managers shouldn't think of him as an afterthought. Much of his struggles can be attributed to the Chiefs struggling as a whole this season and quarterback Patrick Mahomes turning the ball over at a high rate. Hill remains one of the best wide receivers in the game and managers should have no doubt about him being a WR1 the rest of the season. For the season, Hill has now caught 64 balls for 735 and six touchdowns. Week 9 sets up to be a high-scoring affair versus the Green Bay Packers and Hill should have plenty of involvement.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has had an inconsistent year in 2021 and much can be attributed to the struggles of quarterback Patrick Mahomes this year. The speedy receiver will draw a favorable matchup versus a New York Giants defense that has struggled this season as a unit. The Giants secondary has been allowing 156 yards a game and has given up eight touchdowns to wide receivers this year. Both work in favor for Hill. The Cheetah remains a featured part of the Chiefs offense and despite some dud performances this year, Hill should continue to have plenty of involvement in Week 8. Going up against a vulnerable secondary, managers should view Hill as WR1 on Monday.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill caught six of his nine targets for 49 yards and rushed one time for 18 yards in a blowout loss versus the Tennessee Titans in Week 7. Dealing with a quad injury that kept him sidelined from practice this week, Hill was able to suit up and make it through Week 7 healthy. The Cheetah was able to help managers in ppr leagues with his six receptions, but the 49 yards was below his expectation this week. Hill has had some huge games this season, but he has also had some underwhelming games this year. Despite that, he still remains one of the best at his position and managers should continue to trust him as a WR1 moving forward. Hill will look for better results against the New York Giants in Week 8.
As expected, the Kansas City Chiefs will have wide receiver Tyreek Hill (quad) and tight end Travis Kelce (neck) for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans. With the Titans missing multiple pieces in the secondary, this should be a strong game for the Chiefs passing attack. Even with the injury concerns, fantasy managers should fire Hill and Kelce up as a WR1 and TE1, respectively.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (quadriceps), who missed practice time this week, is listed as questionable for Week 7 against the Tennessee Titans. However, Hill is likely to play after also missing practice time last week. The speed freak played through his quad injury in the Week 6 win against the Washington Football Team last Sunday and caught nine of his 12 targets for 76 yards and his fifth touchdown of the season. The Chiefs were likely just resting Hill by keeping him out of two practices again this week. The 27-year-old is second to only the Rams' Cooper Kupp in fantasy points at the receiver position, and he has a great matchup against Tennessee's banged-up secondary this weekend. Hill could easily go off on Sunday.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (quadriceps) hasn't practiced this week with a quad injury, but he also sat out of practice several times before Week 6 and suited up and had nine receptions for 76 yards and a touchdown. Hill has proven that he doesn't need to practice to play on Sundays, and fantasy managers shouldn't have much fear at the moment of his upcoming status. As long as Hill is in uniform, he will be one of the top options at wide receiver this week against a vulnerable Titans defense. The Titans are allowing 236 yards per game to opposing wide receivers, and Hill should be able to take advantage against a weak secondary for a big day on Sunday. Both the Chiefs and Titans have had poor play from their defenses, and Hill should have plenty of opportunities to do damage in Week 7. If Hill were to miss the contest, wide receivers Byron Pringle, Demarcus Robinson and Josh Gordon would all see an uptick in playing time, but tight end Travis Kelce and wide receiver Mecole Hardman would be the top options in the passing game.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (quadriceps) is missing his second straight day of practice on Thursday. Hill missed several practices last week as well, but he still managed to play and catch nine of 12 targets for 76 yards and a touchdown in the Week 6 win over the Washington Football Team. As long as the 27-year-old speedster returns to practice on Friday, fantasy managers should feel comfortable leaving him in their starting lineups as an elite WR1. Heading into this weekend's action, Hill ranks second overall in fantasy points among receivers, trailing only the Rams' Cooper Kupp. He'll also be facing a Tennessee Titans team this Sunday that has allowed the second-most fantasy points per game to receivers in 2021.
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said that wide receiver Tyreek Hill (quadriceps) will not practice on Wednesday. Hill missed some practice time last week as well, but he ultimately played in the Week 6 win over the Washington Football Team and caught nine of his 12 targets for 76 yards and a touchdown. The Chiefs are likely just managing Hill's ailment ahead of a Week 7 matchup against the Tennessee Titans. Unless Hill suffers a setback later in the week, we'd anticipate him playing on Sunday in a juicy matchup against a suspect Titans secondary that just lost first-rounder Caleb Farley (knee) for the rest of the season. Hill will be a locked-in, high-end WR1.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill caught nine of his 12 targets for 76 yards and a touchdown in a Week 6 victory versus the Washington Football Team. The speedy wide receiver has been banged up and sat out some plays with a quadriceps injury, but he was still able to put together a big performance for his fantasy managers this afternoon. As long as he is healthy, Hill remains one of the best options at the wide receiver position. Even with the Chiefs offense struggling compared to previous seasons, they are still scoring plenty, and quarterback Patrick Mahomes continues to feed Hill the ball. Hill will look to rest up for a tasty Week 7 matchup against the Tennessee Titans, and he should be considered a WR1 in that contest and on a weekly basis.
Despite not coming out for warmups, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (quad) is active and will play against Washington on Sunday. The Football Team has allowed the third-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers, so fantasy managers in season-long formats should roll Hill out this week, injury and all. He's the most explosive receiver in the NFL and even injured last week, he had seven catches for 63 yards. Meanwhile, right tackle Lucas Niang (hamstring) won't start, with Mike Remmers taking his spot. It looks like another week of offensive line uncertainty for the Chiefs.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (quad), listed as questionable, is looking good for Sunday's game against Washington. Hill, who fought through the injury last week against Buffalo, will give it a go on Sunday against the Washington Football Team. Hill has had two fantasy explosion games, two solid games, and one dud this season, so his wide range of outcomes, as well as the injury, make him a bit riskier than usual in the realm of DFS. However, redraft managers can't turn away from their first-round choice against a defense that has allowed the third-most fantasy points per game to opposing wideouts.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (quadriceps) was back at practice on Friday and looked like his usual self, according to team reporter Pete Sweeney. After logging some practice time, his status for Sunday looks far more encouraging and he should be available for the showdown with the Washington Football Team. If active, Hill is a top-three receiving option at his position this week and is likely in for a big game against a lackluster Washington secondary. Lock and load him as a WR1 if he gains clearance this Sunday.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (quadriceps) will miss his second straight day of practice on Thursday. Hill was believed to have suffered a minor injury in the Sunday night loss to the Buffalo Bills, but his status is in question for a Week 6 tilt with the Washington Football Team. The 27-year-old speedster needs to get in at least a limited practice on Friday if he is to be available this Sunday. Hill had seven catches for 63 yards against Buffalo, but the week prior he went off for 11 receptions, 186 yards and three touchdowns. He's a must-start WR1 anytime he's on the field. If Hill cannot play this Sunday, Mecole Hardman would be an intriguing fantasy play, while the recently signed Josh Gordon could also have a much bigger role. Tight end Travis Kelce would likely lead the team in targets.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (quadriceps) was missing from Wednesday's practice after getting injured in the Week 5 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday night. Hill's injury isn't considered serious, though, and he managed to play 84.9% of the offensive snaps, tops among KC receivers against Buffalo. He finished the game with seven receptions on 13 targets for 63 yards. As long as Hill is able to return to practice before the weekend, he should be good to go to face the Washington Football Team in Week 6. The speedy wideout is just a week removed from going off for 11 catches, 186 yards and three touchdowns against the Philadelphia Eagles. Hill is a must-start, high-end WR1 when he's active.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (knee) suffered a knee injury in the team's Week 5 loss to the Buffalo Bills. According to Adam Schefter, the injury is minor and the team doesn't expect him to miss any time. Hill came back into Sunday's game after sustaining the injury and he wound up with seven catches for 63 yards overall in the game. Fantasy managers should be able to count on Hill for Week 6, when he'll be going up against a vulnerable Washington Football Team pass defense that has surrendered 293.4 passing yards per game this year.
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said star wide receiver Tyreek Hill is dealing with an unspecified knee injury. He hauled in 7-of-13 targets for 63 yards while rushing for 15 yards on one attempt in Sunday's 38-20 loss to the Buffalo Bills. The 27-year-old was able to finish the game and didn't appear to be injured in Week 5. Fantasy managers should continue to monitor the situation as the severity of Hill's knee injury is unknown at this time. Mecole Hardman and Byron Pringle would see an uptick in targets if Hill were to miss any games. Stay tuned.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill caught 11 balls for 186 yards and three touchdowns in Week 4 versus the Philadelphia Eagles and he will look to continue that success against a tough Buffalo Bills defense in Week 5. The speedy wide receiver has now had two monster games and two underwhelming performances on the season, but managers should continue to be confident on a weekly basis with him. The Cheetah will face a Bills defense in Week 5 that is allowing under 100 yards per game to opposing receivers this season and that has only given up one touchdown and that came in Week 1. Despite the tough matchup and the possibility of Tre'Davious White shadowing Hill, his talent, quarterback and offensive system make him a WR1 on a weekly basis. Entering Week 5, managers in DFS might want to look elsewhere with a tough matchup on hand, but managers in weekly leagues should have no reservations about starting Hill as a WR1.
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