The Miami Dolphins have been rolling this season, at least when they haven’t played a contending team, and star wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been having a season for the ages.
Through 10 games, he has accumulated 1,222 receiving yards and nine touchdowns, both of which lead the NFL, and he may be on his way to becoming the first player to reach 2,000 receiving yards in a single season.
He had 10 catches for 146 yards and a touchdown on Sunday when the Dolphins defeated the Las Vegas Raiders, 20-13, but he suffered a hand injury during the contest.
He said he should be able to play moving forward, but he said he was dismayed because he won’t be able to play Fortnite for a while, per Dov Kleiman.
#Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill on his hand injury: “I think I’ll be fine. The only thing I’m really bummed about I won’t be able to play Fortnite.” 🤣
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 20, 2023
Hill has transformed the Dolphins from a struggling franchise to an explosive one since he arrived prior to last season in a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs.
He is the biggest reason the Dolphins still rank first in both points and total yards through Week 11 of this season.
They have a solid WR2 in Jaylen Waddle, who has 577 yards and three touchdowns this year, while running back Raheem Mostert leads everyone with 11 rushing touchdowns.
Perhaps the best news for Miami is that they’re getting healthier — star cornerback Jalen Ramsey finally made his debut with them in Week 8, while rookie sensation De’Von Achane returned from a knee injury on Sunday, although he had to leave the game early.
This Friday, the team will visit the New York Jets in the NFL’s first-ever Black Friday game.
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