Kansas City Chiefs: 3 Goals for Tyreek Hill in 2018

After two great seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, wide receiver Tyreek Hill is ready to put in more work. We look at three goals for him for the 2018 season.

One of the top players of the Kansas City Chiefs over the past two seasons was wide receiver Tyreek Hill. He recorded a total of 136 receptions for 1,776 yards and 13 touchdowns. On the ground, he had 41 carries for 326 yards and three touchdowns. He also had two Pro Bowl appearances and was named All-Pro once.

In order for the Chiefs to continue their success, Hill needs to be a big part of the offense again. Last season, for some strange reason, the Chiefs went away from him in the middle of the season with head coach Andy Reid calling the plays. The team struggled offensively. After offensive coordinator Matt Nagy took over, he went to Hill more and the wins came back.

Hopefully, Hill remains a big part of the offense throughout the season. With the departure of Nagy to the Chicago Bears, Eric Bieniemy takes over as the offensive coordinator. Being a first-time coordinator, Reid again will be the play-caller. Let’s see if he learned from last year’s experience. The Chiefs have many weapons and Reid and Bieniemy need to make use of all of them.

Here are three goals for Tyreek Hill for the 2018 season:

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