The "Cheetah" thrashed the Arizona Cardinals for 117 yards and two touchdowns on seven catches in a 26-14 win. He was burning defensive backs from the get-go, scoring the game's first touchdown just 56 seconds into the clash on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
And Hill had the celebration to match his flash jaunt for six points.
After returning the game-opening kickoff, Patrick Mahomes found HIll on a 37-yard hookup on the first play from scrimmage. Mahomes targeted Hill again on the second play, but it was an incompletion.
The Chiefs gunslinger looked his way once more on the third play, finding Hill for a 37-yard touchdown down the middle of the field. Hill raced through the end zone and climbed into the stands. He walked up behind an end zone camera and moved it around, scanning the field like a cameraman before jumping back down to celebrate with his teammates.
"Y'all saw me up there man," Hill told reporters. "I've got some good camera skills. I'm just showing love to my teammates."
Hill also managed to film himself being penalized for the celebration.
Tyreek Hill filmed himself being penalized for a touchdown celebration as part of his touchdown celebration 🤯 😂 pic.twitter.com/MUm5HXSjxm— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) November 11, 2018
The end zone party in the stands was much more friendly for Hill than what happened in Week 6, when a New England Patriots fan tossed a beer in his face after he scored a touchdown at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. It also paid homage to a similar celebration performed by former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson.
Hill now has 891 yards and a career-best nine scores on 55 receptions this season for the Chiefs.