KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Tyreek Hill show landed in Tampa Bay Sunday.
The NFL’s new receiving yards leader had his way with the Buccaneers defense, reeling in a career high 13 catches for 261 yards and three touchdowns en route to Kansas City’s sixth straight win.
Tyreek Hill, now the NFL's leading receiver, says there's still room for improvement.— Aaron Ladd (@aaronladd0) November 30, 2020
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“Each and every week, I try to set the mindset of working hard for this team and giving my all,” Hill told the media after the team's 27-24 win in Tampa, the site of Super Bowl LV.
Hill moved atop the league’s receiving standings with his explosive performance, pacing all wideouts with 1,021 yards.
The Cheetah said the accomplishment "feels good," but there’s always room for improvement.
‘I missed a few plays today,” he said on the postgame Zoom call. “I'm always looking to get better."
Hill’s 269 yards receiving Sunday are the second most in a game in Chiefs history.