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Tyreek Hill On Pace For Record-Setting Season In Miami

Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill is going from strength to strength in his first season playing for Miami.

Tyreek Hill had seven catches for 143 yards and a touchdown in Sunday’s 35-32 win over the Chicago Bears. It was the 5th time he has generated 140 plus yards this season.

Tyreek Hill has never been a league leader in a major in a major receiving category. Currently averaging a career-high 122.7 yards per game, he’s on pace to lead the NFL in two.

“I’m like a kid in a candy store,” Hill said Sunday, via the Miami Herald. “I’m just having fun.”


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Hill currently leads the league with 76 catches and 1,104 yards. That’s the most receiving yards through the season’s first nine games since Calvin Johnson’s 1,083 in 2013.

Johnson holds the NFL record of 1,964 yards in 16 games which he set in 2012. Hill is on pace for 1,962.67 in 16 games.

He’s not the only player thriving in Mike McDaniel’s system. Jaylen Waddle had 5 catches for 85 yards and a touchdown in Sunday’s victory.


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Waddle and Hill have combined for 1,916 yards, the most by a duo through nine NFL games in the Super Bowl era. You have to go all the way back to 1961 to find a duo who had more – Houston’s Charlie Hennigan and Bill Groman with 19,50. 

The pair are on course to combine for 3,619 yards over the entire season. The NFL record is held by the Lions’ 1995 duo of Herman Moore and Brett Perriman with 3,174.

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