Chiefs receiver/kick returner Tyreek Hill ran a 4.25 40-yard dash at the combine, and other NFL teams are beginning to learn that lesson the hard way.
Hill scored the first touchdown of the game on Sunday night against the Broncos, but it wasn’t on offense.
The Broncos, following a safety, were forced to do a free kick. The ball landed in Hill’s hands, and the explosive return man did the rest. He took it 86 yards to the house.
Hill was so fast that he even had enough time to high-five teammate De’Anthony Thomas on his way to the end zone.
Hill also became the first rookie to record a receiving, rushing and return touchdown in a game since 1965 (Gale Sayers).