• Tyreek Hill

  • WR
  • , Kansas City Chiefs
  • 26
  • 185 lbs
  • 5' 10"
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Scouting report

by Jordan Heck

KC WR Tyreek Hill - Week 13 Fantasy Football Outlook

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.

by Jordan Heck

KC WR Tyreek Hill - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tyreek Hill saw another target-heavy game last week. In back-to-back games, Hill has seen 18 targets and 14 targets. In Week 11, Hill made use of nearly every target, finishing with 11 receptions for 102 yards and a touchdown (his second-straight game with 100+ yards). Hill has had a truly incredible season, scoring a touchdown in every game but one. Hill gets a fine matchup in Week 12 against the Bucs, who have given up the fifth-most total receptions, and eighth-most total receiving yards to WRs this season. Hill is an easy must-start WR1 this week.

by Jordan Heck

KC WR Tyreek Hill - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 at Las Vegas Raiders

Tyreek Hill saw an absurd 18 targets the last time the Chiefs played, finishing 9-113-2 in his most productive game of the season. Hill has been truly remarkable this season, scoring 10 times in nine games. There's only been one game where he's finished with no touchdowns this season. On top of the touchdowns, Hill is also averaging 4.9 receptions and 72.2 receiving yards per game. This week he'll face the Raiders, a team he finished with 93 scrimmage yards and a touchdown against earlier in the year. Hill should be viewed as a must-start WR1 in Week 11.

by Jordan Heck

KC WR Tyreek Hill - Week 9 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 vs. Carolina Panthers

Tyreek Hill has managed to do a lot with a little this season. Despite being 21st in the league in targets (54), Hill is second among receivers in fantasy points this season. That's mostly due to his league-leading seven touchdowns, as Hill has scored in every game but two this season. But he's more than an endzone threat, topping 50 yards in six games (out of eight). He gets a tough matchup against the Panthers (No. 1 aFPA) this week. Carolina has allowed the fifth-fewest receiving touchdowns (5) to receivers this year, so Hill may struggle to find the endzone. Still, Hill has been so productive, he should be viewed as a must-start WR1 play this week.

by Jordan Heck

KC WR Tyreek Hill - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 vs. New York Jets

Patrick Mahomes only threw the ball 23 times last week, and 10 of those pass attempts went in Hill's direction. As a result, Hill had a solid 6-55-1 outing last week (setting a season-high in receptions). Hill has scored a touchdown in all but one game this season, making him a consistent, reliable option. He gets a favorable matchup against a bad Jets defense this week and should be viewed as a must-start WR1 option. Even if the Chiefs end up running the ball more due to a blowout, Hill has a strong chance of scoring a touchdown early.

by Jordan Heck

KC WR Tyreek Hill - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 at Denver Broncos

Tyreek Hill had easily his worst game of the season last week, finishing with 20 yards on three receptions (three targets) and one rush for five yards. Hill was affected by the Chiefs' run-heavy gameplan, which saw Patrick Mahomes finish with a season-low 26 pass attempts. We'd expect the Chiefs to throw more often this week as the Broncos' tough run defense will force their hand. Considering Hill started the season with touchdowns in four games, we wouldn't be concerned about his value moving forward. Hill is still a WR1 play, and should be viewed as such against the Broncos (No. 17 aFPA) in Week 7.

by Jordan Heck

KC WR Tyreek Hill - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 at Buffalo Bills

Tyreek Hill didn't catch a touchdown last week, but he did run one in as he continues his impressive streak of scoring in each game this season. He had a season-low three receptions, but it didn't matter as Hill finished with 93 scrimmage yards and a score. Interestingly enough, Hill has seen exactly six targets in four of his five games this season, so don't expect any high-catch games from Hill. But those aren't needed if he's finding the endzone each week. Hill should be viewed as a must-start WR1 in Week 6 as he gets a favorable matchup against the Bills.

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