Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill On Track To Face Falcons

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is expected to shake off his muscle injury and play against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday in an NFL Week 16 game.

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The Chiefs and Falcons will meet at the Arrowhead Stadium in a matchup that will kick-off at 1:00 p.m. ET and aired live on FOX. For live streaming, fans can use their Amazon Fire TV, Firestick, Roku, or anything other streaming devices, can use the FOX Sports App or visit FoxsportsGo.com.

Hill has been listed as questionable for the game because of a hamstring problem, but he is expected to play for Chiefs, who are still closely monitoring his injury and could limit his minutes.

The 26-year-old was limited during practice on Thursday but has shown signs of improvement with head coach Andy Reid indicating that the wideout would play some part in the game, despite being listed as questionable.

Still, since Kansas City is in a good position at the moment, the champion will not play Hill if he is not at game fitness. This means we will only know of his availability when the Chiefs releases their list of inactive players ahead of the game.

So far this season, Hill has been targeted 129 times and has 83 catches for 1,211 and 15 touchdowns.

ATLANTA (4-10) at KANSAS CITY (13-1)

Betting:┬áKansas City is 1-5 ATS in its last six games, covering last week’s game by half a point.

Tyreek Hill and the Kansas City Chiefs enter this game hoping to lock up No. 1 seed in the AFC by beating the Falcons.

The champions, who are on a nine-game winning streak, have a two-game advantage over the Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers and they will clinch the No.1 seed and home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs with a victory.

A loss for the Steelers against the Colts would also see Kansas City sealing the No. 1 spot.

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