Sport Tyreek Hill Says He Did Not Take His Helmet Off, But He Totally Took His Helmet Off
Bobo: Consistency earned Hill starting Gamecocks QB job
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Collin Hill has never backed away from a challenge, especially if it meant getting back on the field at his home state university. Hill overcame rehabbing from a third ACL tear this spring and bonding with new teammates as a graduate transfer from Colorado State to win the starting quarterback job over last year's incumbent in Ryan Hilinski. “He's been the most consistent on a daily basis,” said first-year South Carolina offensive coordinator Mike Bobo, Hill's head coach at Colorado State. “I think both had good days,” Bobo continued. “But over the long haul, (Hill) had more consistent days.
scored a huge touchdown during the 4th quarter of the comeback win over the on Sunday afternoon. The Chiefs would convert a 2-point conversion to tie the game and win in overtime. Here's the pretty cool touchdown throw from .
MAHOMES TO TYREEK.
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Torn Achilles for Bengals TE C.J. Uzomah?
Uzomah was off to a hot start before he was carted off the field on Thursday night. Through two games – or, one game-and-change – Uzomah had eight catches for 87 yards.Uzomah was off to a hot start before he was carted off the field on Thursday night. Through two games – or, one game-and-change – Uzomah had eight catches for 87 yards, including last night’s 23-yard second quarter touchdown reception, Joe Burrow‘s first TD throw as a pro.— NFL (@NFL)
As you can clearly see in the video, Hill took his helmet off as he stood up after scoring the touchdown. This should have earned him a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty which would have complicated the 2-point conversion, but officials did not seem to notice the guy with the ball breaking a rule that says you can't take your helmet off on the field of play.
After the game, Hill was asked about taking his helmet off, which again, he totally did.
Tyreek Hill said his helmet came off on its own after his TD catch: "I promise you I did not take my helmet off.''— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher)
Tyreek Hill says his helmet started coming off as he went to the ground at the end of the 54-yard touchdown catch.
"I would never do that," he says, regarding taking his helmet off on the field.— Matt Derrick (@mattderrick)
So, either Tyreek Hill suffers from a short term memory loss, or he is lying. It doesn't matter one way or the other for the Chiefs since they got the benefit of the no-call, but its something for the rest of us to think about.
Watch: Patrick Mahomes with absolutely insane TD pass to Tyreek Hill .
Mahomes and the Chiefs were very impressive in the first half Monday night.That was happening early and often during Monday night’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. Already up 13-10 about midway through the second quarter, Patrick Mahomes hit Tyreek Hill on an absolutely insane 20-yard touchdown pass.