Tyreek Hill is one of the fastest people to ever play in the NFL.
He bursts by defenders with ease and can turn a simple, short pass into an electrifying touchdown.
That is exactly what he did late Sunday night as the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills were trading blows in the fourth quarter.
Hill caught a pass at midfield with the Chiefs trailing 29-26 with just over a minute left.
He proceeded to run past the entire Bills defense and provided NFL fans with a legendary taunt.
cant stop thinking about how tyreek hill threw up the peace sign at a defender that was ahead of him pic.twitter.com/BJYQROrMd1
— Jomboy Media (@JomboyMedia) January 24, 2022
Hill was running toward the end zone and was still not past the last Buffalo defender.
But that did not stop him from throwing up a peace sign because he knew no one was going to catch him.
TYREEK HILL PUT THE CHIEFS ON HIS BACK 🤯
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 24, 2022
Who else is fast enough to throw up a taunt before even passing someone?
Hill Played Hero Sunday Night
The entire finish to the game was pure chaos.
That touchdown could have easily clinched the game for the Chiefs.
Instead, the Bills scored a touchdown and left only 13 seconds on the clock.
That was enough time for Patrick Mahomes to get the ball down the field and get the game to overtime.
Hill alone put up a great game’s worth of stats in a matter of minutes.
The final two minutes + OT last night:
Patrick Mahomes: 10-for-13 for 188 yards and 2 TDs
Travis Kelce: 3 catches for 44 yards and a TD
Tyreek Hill: 4 catches for 97 yards and a TD
— Matt McMullen (@KCChiefs_Matt) January 24, 2022
Four catches for 97 yards and a touchdown all after the two-minute warning is just pure insanity.
Every play late in the game can be analyzed at length to see where the game’s true turning point was.
Hill bursting away for his touchdown is one of the key moments and the fact the Chiefs won makes his taunt that much more memorable.
Chiefs fans are not surprised with Hill’s speed.
Yet this was a whole new level of confidence that will be immortalized in Chiefs lore.NEXT: The Bills Somehow Left Patrick Mahomes Too Much Time