Tyreek Hill responds to getting Moss’d by a random teen (Video)

Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) /

You have to see Tyreek Hill get Moss’d by a random teen on video.

Tyreek Hill is not employed by the Kansas City Chiefs to star in their defensive backfield.

Hill is the No. 1 wide receiver for the defending Super Bowl champions. He is the fastest man in the NFL, as he has electrified the league with his blinding speed not only as a receiver but as a return specialist. However, this breakaway speed does not serve him when it comes to emulating a shutdown corner like Deion Sanders or Revis Island.

Hill was caught on camera trying to play some defense on a pass thrown at a football camp, and guess what happened? Hill got Moss’d! The internet is melting down and losing its collective mind. The teenager who caught the football definitely earned a scholarship after the play and now has a story to tell his future grandkids ad nauseam for the rest of time. Let’s hope he didn’t peak.

Tyreek Hill just got Moss’d and the internet cannot handle it right now.

Moss, a Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver, was absolutely sensational when he played for the Minnesota Vikings and the New England Patriots. Though he never won a Super Bowl, the guy was the champion of making defensive backs look horrible with his unbelievable pass-catching ability. His name lives on.

Moss couldn’t let this go by without chiming in on Hill getting Moss’d.

If this were Tyrann Mathieu or some other member of the Chiefs defensive backfield, we’d have a major problem. However, it’s an unfamiliar motion for Hill to backpedal than to sprint forward. It’s not quite like asking a statue of a quarterback to pick up 15 yards with his legs or a wide receiver to sling it 60 yards on a Hail Mary, but it’s in the same realm of awkwardness.

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As long as Hill can run forward as fast as his nickname “Cheetah”, the Chiefs are in great shape to repeat as Super Bowl champions. They are among the top two teams in the AFC again this year, so look for them to be back in the AFC Championship game in an absolute worst-case scenario. Let’s just hope he’s not asked to cover a No. 1, No. 2, No. 3 or No. 4 wide receiver on the gridiron.

Hill is an incredible playmaker, but it doesn’t change the fact he got Moss’d on camera by a teen.