Hill's first score came on his specialty, special teams, where he used his blazing speed to scamper 85-yards for a touchdown. He caught nine passes for 52 yards and a score. He also added a 3-yard rushing touchdown.
Hill became the first player with a rush TD, receiving TD, and a kick return TD in the same game since Hall of Famer Gale Sayers in Week 5, 1965, when the Bears' great was a rookie.
Hill's three scoring plays are impressive in their diversity:
The Chiefs rightly took heat from fans after drafting Hill this spring. In college, Hill pleaded guilty to domestic abuse by strangulation. The details are despicable -- including punching his then-pregnant girlfriend in the stomach and choking her. Hill took responsibility for his actions after the draft.
The K.C. brass has defended selecting Hill in the fifth-round, citing a desire to give the young man a second chance. As Sunday showed, thus far, Hill has made the most of that chance.