Kansas City Chiefs wideout Tyreek Hill had his way during the first quarter of Sunday's showdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Hill completed his second touchdown of the first quarter, helping extend the Chiefs lead to 17-0. After completing his second touchdown, Hill performed an odd-landing backflip into the endzone shortly before defenders could arrive.

Tyreek Hill has also caught all seven of his targets through the first quarter for 203 yards, giving him the second most receiving yards against the Bucs in league history. The only wideout to accomplish a higher mark against Tampa Bay was Julio Jones with 253.

Prior to the Week 12 match, Hill has completed 64.0 percent of his passes this season for 752 yards, resulting in 10 touchdowns. He's coming off a decent outing in Week 11 against the Las Vegas Raiders, completing 11-of-14 targets for 102 yards along with one touchdown in the Chiefs' 35-31 victory.

The Chiefs are enjoying a 9-1 season coming into Sunday, which was set to be a shootout between Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady. After the opening quarter, that competition has been a one-sided street. Brady failed to find his footing early on Sunday, as he has only completed five-of-ten passes for only 32 yards to start the competition.

Kansas City's defense has been impeccable as well. They've pressured Brady early on in the game, even getting two quarterback hits so far.