Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill isn’t happy with his new career-high receiving yards, and that’s bad news for the rest of the NFL.
After recording 69 receiving yards against the Buffalo Bills in Week 15, Hill officially set another personal milestone. His all-time season-high receiving yards were in Kansas City in 2018. He had 1479 yards, which he recorded with the Chiefs. Yard.
While the Dolphins have largely struggled as a team, Hill has thrived as Tua Tagovailoa’s premier weapon. further proves
After breaking his personal best, Hill took to Twitter show appreciation For now. However, he said, “We need 10 more,” and wanted everyone to know that he had plans to add more to the tally.
I need 10 more ✌🏿 Thank you for this moment Lord I love you https://t.co/Ns6qENfMFb
— Ty Hill (@cheetah) December 19, 2022
The Dolphins have three games left in this 2022 season, and after that statement, it’s safe to expect catches and yards to continue racking up as Tyreek Hill adds a career-high. It’s worth noting that in his 14 games so far this year, the Cheetah has recorded his receiving yards over 100 yards in his six games. In Week 2 against the Baltimore Ravens, he increased to 190 yards.
Hill has failed to break the 100-yard mark in the last two games, but he’s certainly ready to hit it in the games ahead. They will face the Green Bay Packers in Week 17, then New England regulars he will close out his season against the Patriots and New York Jets.