During his rookie season, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill flashed his blazing speed and versatility in Andy Reid's system. With nine offensive touchdowns, 593 yards receiving and 267 yards rushing on just 24 carries (11.1 yards per carry), Hill developed into a big-play threat who could produce on limited touches for fantasy owners.
With Hill expected to take on a larger role this season in Kansas City, should owners bump up the value on the second-year pro? Or will we see Hill regress after his breakout year in 2016? Let's run through the film, address some concerns and discuss where Hill ranks heading into the new NFL season.
The big-play ability
In 2016, Hill produced 12