The rookie running back was getting his first NFL start with Giovani Bernard injured, and boy did he come through big time. He rushed for a career-high 154 yards and two scores in a 33-23 win over the Jaguars that one just a one-possession game in the fourth quarter with Jacksonville having all of the momentum after scoring 13 straight points to cut Cincy's lead to just 26-23.
That's when Hill made not only the biggest play of the game, but what might go down as one of the defining moments of the 2014 Bengals.
Jeremy Hill: 154 rushing yards, most in a game by a Bengals player since Cedric Benson had 189 vs Bears in 2009
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 2, 2014
That was Hill's second score of the day. His first one came in the second quarter
Personally, I think he should stick with this:
https://t.co/V3petYTESS in honor of Jeremy Hill's 60 yard touchdown
— Poulos (@Nicholas_Poulos) November 2, 2014