Tyreek Hill is arguably the most electrifying player in the NFL, showcasing the ability to break away from defenders and catch a long touchdown in every game. Hill is more than a big-play threat, ranking amongst the league leaders in catches (75), yards (855) and touchdowns (eight) — all of which are top five in the league.
Hill has been a dominant player since he was a fifth-round pick by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2016, notching five Pro Bowls and three first-team All-Pro selections in five seasons. He even earned a spot on the 2010s All-Decade Team despite playing just four years in the decade, showcasing the impact he’s made on the league in a short amount of time.
Hill has 443 receptions for 6,246 receiving yards and 55 receiving touchdowns in 84 career games, already off to one of the best starts for a wide receiver in league history. In this week’s “By The Numbers,” let’s take a look at where Hill stacks up with the all-time greats.
Most scrimmage yards — first 84 games
Julio Jones — 8,071Randy Moss — 7,329A.J. Green — 7,160Torry Holt — 7,149Odell Beckham Jr. — 7,104
Antonio Brown — 6,955Anquan Boldin — 6,952
Tyreek Hill –…..