The Miami Dolphins offense has been on a tear throughout the 2023 regular season. They are putting up some eye-popping numbers as Mike McDaniel has his team clicking on all cylinders on that side of the ball.
While numerous players can be praised for their performance, arguably the most impressive has been that of wide receiver Tyreek Hill. Hill, who the Dolphins acquired last offseason from the Kansas City Chiefs in a trade, has been everything and more that the franchise could have hoped for.
Last season, Hill set career highs in receptions and yardage with 119 for 1,710 to go along with seven touchdowns. What made that production so impressive was that starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa missed four starts because of injury and was knocked out of at least one more game early.
This season, with Tagovailoa remaining healthy to this point, Hill and the Dolphins’ offense have been taken to another level. The seven-time Pro Bowler and four-time All-Pro is on pace to shatter his records from last season and rewrite the NFL history books.
Alas, Hill has already made some history in the 2023 campaign. According to NFL on CBS on X, formerly known as Twitter, the star wide receiver made more in the team’s Week 11 victory against the Las Vegas Raiders.
Hill caught 10 passes for 146 yards and one touchdown. That made him the first player in league history to record at least 100 yards and one touchdown in each of a team’s first five home games in a season.
The Denver Broncos, New York Giants, Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots were the defenses Hill terrorized at home before the Raiders. The next time he will have a chance to extend that streak will be in Week 14 when the Dolphins host the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football.
Interestingly, Hill has reached the 100-yard plateau only once this season on the road; Week 1 in a shootout victory over the Los Angeles Chargers. He caught 11 passes for a season-high 215 yards and two touchdowns in the game.