Tyreek Hill was putting on a show for the Chiefs on Sunday, and the first quarter had not even ended yet.
The Chiefs wide receiver finished the quarter with seven catches for 203 yards and two touchdowns, which was punctuated with Hill backflipping into the end zone.
Just in case you skimmed through that, let me reiterate: He backflipped across the goal line to score the TD. He hadn’t even scored yet and was already in backflip mode.
Tony Romo, calling the game for CBS, gave Hill a 9.9 on the backflip, although Jim Nantz was less generous and gave him a 7.3 because he did not stick the landing.
Oh, and the 203 receiving yards in one quarter? That’s already the most receiving yards by a single player in an entire game this season.
The score put the Chiefs up 17-0, with plenty of football left to be played against Tom Brady and the Bucs, of course, but Hill already had fans and social media abuzz with his scorching start and acrobatic display, which included the likes of LeBron James.