Tyreek Hill by the numbers: Chiefs wideout making Hall of Fame case after first 84 games of career

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 –…..

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