Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is questionable to return to the game after leaving in the first quarter from Mexico City with a hamstring injury.
The Kansas City Chiefs were just getting used to having everyone back for a healthy offense, but now the team will have to go for the foreseeable future without their best offensive weapon in Tyreek Hill after he came up limping with a hamstring injury on Monday Night Football against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Hill is officially questionable to return back to the Chiefs after coming up limping early in the first quarter. Hill immediately went to the sidelines for some attention from trainers before heading back to the locker room when it was clear he was not able to get back on the field immediately.
Without Hill, the Chiefs’ offense is a bit limited in terms of having such a proven playmaker, but they’re still able to stretch the field with the presence of Mecole Hardman. Sammy Watkins and Travis Kelce are also in place as pass catchers who demand respect from the defense, so the Chiefs have no need to panic.
Then again, losing Hill is going to mean the loss of a significant chess piece in a game in which the Chiefs are already down early, 3-0. Here’s hoping Hill is able to come back in time even if he needs to rest for a bit through halftime or even longer, given he’s been on fire since returning from injury earlier this year.
Hill has 17 catches for 297 yards over the last two weeks for the Chiefs.