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Tyreek Hill becomes franchise’s all-time single-season receiving leader

Hill needed just 13 yards; he got 67 with one catch.

NFL: Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

It took just one pass for Tyreek Hill to become the Kansas City Chiefs’ all-time leader in receiving yards for a single season on Sunday afternoon against the Oakland Raiders. It was a 67-yard touchdown to give the Chiefs a 7-0 lead over the Raiders in the first quarter.

Hill needed just 13 yards to tie Derrick Alexander in 2000 (1,391), and he achieved that and more with just the one pass. Hill now has a career-high 12 touchdowns on the season.

It remains to be seen how many yards Hill will finish with in the game, but his season total will be the franchise mark moving forward.

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