In the first quarter of the Kansas City Chiefs 32-29 win over the New Orleans Saints, wide receiver Cheap Tyreek Hill Jersey caught his 15th touchdown of the season — his 17th total.
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The reception tied former Chiefs wide receiver Cheap Dwayne Bowe Jersey for the most in a single season in franchise history. Bowe caught 15 during his Pro Bowl season in 2010.
Hill is now tied with 13 other players in 21st place for the most single-season receiving touchdowns in NFL history. If he can reach 18 receiving scores, he’ll join a group of just four other players — Randy Moss, Jerry Rice, Mark Clayton and Cris Carter — to have that many in a single season.
His 17 total touchdowns are the 61st-most all-time by any NFL player. He’s seventh on the all-time franchise list for most single-season touchdowns, needing just two more to tie with running backs Cheap Abner Haynes Jersey, Cheap Larry Johnson Jersey and Cheap Jamaal Charles Jersey for fourth-most in the organization’s history.
A former member of the Kansas City Chiefs has been selected as a finalist for the Black College Football Hall of Fame class of 2021.
The Black College Football Hall of Fame, celebrating players and coaches attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), announced 25 finalists for the class of 2021 on Thursday.
“As chairman of the Selection Committee, I’m extremely proud of the work and effort the Committee has put in to come up with the finalists that are being considered for induction. It’s not an easy task, because every name on the list is deserving to be in the Black College Football Hall of Fame,” said Committee Chairman Charlie Neal in the BCHOF press release.
Cheap Albert Lewis Jersey, who spent 11 seasons in Kansas City, was among the players announced as a finalist for the upcoming class. He was drafted in the third round of the 1983 NFL draft out of Grambling State University. Lewis earned four Pro Bowls nods and two first-team All-Pro selections during his time with the Chiefs. In his 11 seasons in Kansas City, Lewis appeared in 150 games notching 555 total tackles and 38 interceptions. 20 of those interceptions came in his first four seasons in the league.
Lewis was inducted into the Chiefs’ Hall of Fame in 2007. He was also selected as one of the 130 modern-era nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2021.
The announcement for the 2021 inductees will come on November 19, 2020. You can find the full list of finalists for the 2021 Black College Football Hall of Fame here.