If you are playing offense, your number one aim is to score touchdowns.
In fact, it should be your only aim.
There are many ways to achieve this aim.
Tyreek Hill is first player in the Super Bowl era to score a 50-yard touchdown FIVE different ways.
Kick return ✔
Punt return ✔
Fumble recovery ✔@NFLResearch
— Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) December 12, 2022
The 5 Scores Of Tyreek Hill
Hill is the first player in the Super Bowl era to score a 50-yard touchdown in five different ways.
First, he has scored rushing and receiving touchdowns.
These are the ‘bread and butter’ of what any member of an offense should be able to do and do this well.
Hill can do this very well, having scored 59 receiving touchdowns, with the longest being 79 yards long, as well as six rushing touchdowns, with the longest rushing touchdown from Hill being 70 yards long.
But it is not just receiving and rushing touchdowns Hill has had success with.
Hill has also found the end zone through returns, both of punts and kicks.
He has scored five of these in his career, the majority of which came in 2016, which was Hill’s first year in the NFL.
The longest of these was a 95-yard return touchdown.
The final type of touchdown was scored last night.
During the Dolphins game against the Los Angles Chargers, Hill scored a 57-yard touchdown from a recovered fumble.
This means that the former Chief, now Dolphin, has scored 71 touchdowns in the seven seasons in the NFL, with 23 of these touchdowns being more than 50 yards long.
He only needs a pick-6 to complete the set, and that may be impossible as he plays offense.