- Hill leads the NFL in receiving yards and has eight touchdowns so far this season
- The Dolphins are favored to win over the Raiders despite losing their last game
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Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill showed his bag of tricks by catching passes behind his back before their game against the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday.
The 29-year-old decided to have a little bit of fun before the Dolphins hosted the Raiders at Hard Rock Stadium, as seen in a video posted by the NFL which has gone viral on X.
‘Cheetah makes this look too casual,’ the NFL captioned.
Hill runs forward before stalling to make the catch with both hands behind his back. He then proceeds to toss the ball with the same motion as a lay-up in basketball.
Fans reacted to the clip in excitement, with some referring to Hill as the best wide receiver in the NFL.
Tyreek Hill showed off his bag of tricks by catching passes behind his back on Sunday
Hill leads the NFL in receiving yards with 1076, he also has eight touchdowns so far this season
‘Bout to drop 30 for my fantasy team,’ one fan said.
‘Tyreek Hill is going to have a big day today,’ another added.
‘Pinnacle of his greatness,’ a third fan wrote. ‘Not a Dolphins or a Chiefs fan but Hill is the greatest receiver in the NFL right now.’
Despite being fifth in NFL in receptions (69), Hill leads the league in receiving yards with 1076. The only other player who currently has over 1000 yards is Philadelphia’s AJ Brown with 1005.
Additionally, Hill has eight touchdowns this season. After scoring two on opening night against the Chargers, Hill scored a touchdown in six of the eight games that followed.
Miami have a 6-3 record and lead the AFC East despite losing their last game against the Chiefs in Frankfurt, Germany.
The Dolphins are favored to win over the Raiders despite Las Vegas winning their last two outings following former coach Josh McDaniels’ firing.