Tyreek Hill says Chiefs could win seven titles

Getty Images

Tyreek Hill is taking the over.

Days after Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones predicted the team would win “five-plus” rings, his teammate upped the ante during an appearance on ESPN.

“Well, I’m not gonna say he’s telling a fib,” Hill said, via Adam Teicher of ESPN.com. “But Chris Jones, he’s definitely — he’s definitely a man of his word, and we’re definitely creating something special here in KC, so I don’t see why not.

“Why say five? Why not go seven rings? Right now we’re just chasing [Michael] Jordan, so that’s what we do. So I’m going over five, and I’m saying seven.”

That would be quite an accomplishment, since only two franchises have won six Super Bowls (the Steelers and Patriots). Jordan won six titles with the Chicago Bulls.

That said, they have quarterback Patrick Mahomes under contract through 2031, so there’s time for them to build on last year’s championship, even if it was just their first.

36 responses to “Tyreek Hill says Chiefs could win seven titles

  1. Lmao.

    This will be a hoot when they will only win the one last year.

    Do these guys ever look at history or the cap numbers? Ever?

  2. Slow your roll, bud. This is exactly the kind of thinking that ensures failure. Play one game at a time and treat every game like it’s the only game you’ll play all year.

    Don’t forget all the player predictions of a Seahawks dynasty and then an Eagles dynasty. Too bad you didn’t learn from them what not to do.

  3. As a life long Chiefs fan, seriously please shut up. The Chiefs are set up for with a good chance to win over the next few years but after that, the majority of the supporting cast will be replaced. Mahomes might win multiple more titles in KC but if the Chiefs win more than one more with majority of their current roster, I’ll happily eat my own hat.

  4. “Right now were just chasing Jordan”

    Broncos, Pats, Packers, Cowboys, Steelers, 49ers, Oilers, Canadiens, Islanders, Celtics, Lakers, Reds, Athletics, Yankees (just to name a few) would all like a word, please.

  5. Please. The NFL is a competitive league. I’ll set the over/under for Mahomes’ Chiefs SB wins at 3.5. And I’ll take the under (I think he’ll win three at the most).

  6. Only one team has won back to back titles since 2000.

    If the KC players keep thinking that they will just keep winning Super Bowls, they won’t make it to another one for years.

  7. Hilarious. But what would you expect from a clown franchise who took their uniform color scheme from Ronald McDonald?

  8. Do they know in K.C. that there are great players (including QBs) all over the league? It’s not just the CHIEFS..then everyone else. I’m happy for them. Their fans deserved that title. Being an Eagles fan I’m also happy for Andu Reid. But C’com man.

  9. The Chiefs somehow have surpassed the Ravens in terms of arrogance. At least they won a Super Bowl, I guess. But just as Lamar will not win MVP this year, neither will the Chiefs repeat. It’s just too hard physically and mentally. They will be contenders for the next 2 years and then after that, their roster will change and they will become has-beens. You can’t eat up that much cap space with 3 players– sad, but simple reality.

  10. Yes to all the above. It’s just so damn hard to repeat! If we have football, I see the Ravens being a challenge to KC. But what do I know?

  11. Actually, if the NFL does play this year, it might be the best chance for the Chiefs to repeat.

    With no preseason and very limited practices, the Chiefs have an advantage over most teams…since they are pretty much the same group as last year and should come out hot, right out of the gate.

  12. Chasing Michael Jordan? Dude, have some perspective, you’re currently tied with Nick Foles.

  13. LamarIsAGoodRunningBack says:
    July 23, 2020 at 4:14 pm
    The Chiefs somehow have surpassed the Ravens in terms of arrogance. At least they won a Super Bowl, I guess. But just as Lamar will not win MVP this year, neither will the Chiefs repeat. It’s just too hard physically and mentally. They will be contenders for the next 2 years and then after that, their roster will change and they will become has-beens. You can’t eat up that much cap space with 3 players– sad, but simple reality.

    11 0 Rate This

    ———————————-

    People don’t get how important the middle part of the roster is over a 16 game span, and within a salary cap structure, having top heavy rosters really doesn’t work.

    Denver almost lost to the Pats in the 2015 AFC title game w/a heavy vs the Pats B Squad, but the truth is, NE had no business in that game with all the injuries; it was their depth and rotational development of the back ups that allowed them to even be in that spot.

  14. Please… because one team had a run of 9 super bowl appearances and 6 super bowl wins in the last 20 years.

    Now everyone likes to think they can make a run… Please look at history… The Bills with 4 straight appearances and 4 straight losses. Dallas with their run…the Steelers and their 6 wins…. the 49er’s with their 4 wins…..

    Most of those teams didn’t have to worry about the salary cap and the free agentry.

    So for anyone to talk about a run of 4 or more is just silly. Look over the team your on now and see the salaries that are currently strapping the team should they have any real injuries, they will pay dearly for those high salaries. Because the quality of the backups will be low because you couldn’t pay for good journeymen. Short term they will be formable opponents . But 3 years down the road… those high paychecks will hurt them.. askk the seahawks…..

  15. There’s a team out there that has the reigning MVP on a rookie contract, that’s not bogged down with over priced, over payed players, and who consistently kills it in the draft. Sorry, but the team best positioned for a run right now is the Ravens. Tyreek and Chris will be watching the Super Bowl in their man caves this year.

  16. Just wait till next season when the cap drops to $160-150mil and then with-in 2 yrs from that $120mil and all these HUGE money players KC just signed are gone because of the cap hit to the team and they only keep Mahomes and he’s eating up >30% of the cap and they’re still stuck at 1 SB!

    And for those that don’t think it’ll happen there’s already talk that if the owners don’t agree with the NFLPA and they want to take the hit all in one year the cap could drop to $12-mil or less by next year! Funny how Florio was just talking about the NFL being able to write a blank check after the new CBA and TV contracts and here we are just 4-5mo later and now they’re talking about a possibility of a $120mil cap next season, WOW hoow fast things can change!

    BTW the cap hit is just from COVID and isn’t even taking into consideration the loss of viewership that we know is coming, it’s just a matter of how bad of a drop that’ll be! And it will all effect the new TV contract bids, they’re going down by the day.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.