To say that Tyreek Hill has confidence in his Kansas City Chiefs entering the season would be an understatement.
Following Saturday’s preseason loss to the Chicago Bears, Hill stated that the Chiefs would have the “best offense” in the NFL. He went on to praise the team’s tight end (Jason Kelce), running back (Kareem Hunt), offensive lines, deep threats (himself and Sammy Watkins), as well as head coach Andy Reid.
Tyreek Hill to NFLN after the game today: "We will be the best offense in the National Football League. Without a doubt. We got the best tight end. The best running back. Two of the best deep ball threats at receiver. Great offensive line. Hall of Fame coach. Sky's the limit."
— Tom Martin (@TomKCTV5) August 26, 2018
The Chiefs went 10-6 last season but flopped in the postseason, losing to the Titans in the first round. They made a big offseason change by trading Alex Smith and handing the offense over to Patrick Mahomes, who has already shown off his huge arm. How the Chiefs fare will have a lot to do with how Mahomes progresses. Interestingly, that was the one area Hill omitted from his praise of the team’s offense.