The Chiefs were desperate to try to turn things around, trailing 14-0 early in the first quarter, so they put one of their best players in position to make a play.
Things promptly got worse.
(Because, as we know from years of experience, things can always get worse.)
Hill was then hammered on the next series by Texans safety Justin Reid, knocking the ball loose. That extended a series of plays for the Chiefs that began with promise, and saw the balls hit receivers in the hands.
It’s a thorough beating so far, the kind of hole the Chiefs haven’t been in this season (they only lost four games all year, none by more than a touchdown).