Week 13 vs. Denver Broncos
Tyreek Hill got off to an insane start last week, picking up 200 yards in the first quarter. He finished sixth in most fantasy points ever in a game by a wide receiver (standard scoring) by finishing 13-269-3 (on 15 targets). Hill is now averaging an absurd 1.3 touchdowns per game this season, scoring in every game but one with three multi-score games (all of which have come in the last four weeks). Hill does draw a fairly tough matchup this week against the Broncos (No. 8 aFPA), who have allowed the sixth-fewest total receiving yards to WRs this season. But Hill had a solid 6-55-1 stat line against Denver the last time he played there. Also, he's coming off of a historic game so there's no way you even consider benching Hill this week. He's a must-start WR1.
Pringle had nine catches for 108 yards while appearing in all 10 games. He also returned seven kickoffs for 247 yards, including a 102-yard return for a touchdown in Week 7. It looked like he passed Hardman on the depth chart against the Raiders Sunday night. With Watkins still hurt, Robinson looks to run as the WR2 and Hardman could move up to the WR3 role.
With Watkins out, it was Pringle who took over as the team's WR3. But Pringle had just four targets, catching three for 17 yards. Pringle was also returning kicks but suffered and ankle injury and didn't return. Robinson had a line of 6-44-0 as the Chiefs rallied to win and were forced to throw 46 times. But outside of Hill and Travis Kelce who combined for 19 catches, 229 yards and two TDs, there's not a lot of chances, especially when Watkins is able to return.
Sep 30 · 6:55 PM EDT
Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill (heel) practiced fully Wednesday. It's a new injury for Hill but the full practice indicates that he's going to play.