Bills Playoffs: 3 most dangerous Dolphins players and their potential impact

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Dangerous Dolphins for the Bills to look out for: Tyreek Hill, WR

Of course, we have to talk about Tyreek Hill. We can talk all day long about speed, quickness, burst, etc. But when it comes to Hill, the guy is just plain fast. He can hit that top gear faster than anybody else in football, and all while focusing on his route and tracking the football.

Let’s focus primarily on the Bills’ first matchup with Miami for a moment. In that one, Hill was held to just two catches for 33 yards on four targets. That performance was especially impressive by Buffalo considering they were without Tre’Davious White at that point, still.

The 3-time All Pro is good for a huge play once every couple of games, it seems, and it never catches you by surprise. It’s what he does. In three separate seasons throughout his career, Hill has a reception for at least 75 yards.

This season, Hill has been used a lot more as the guy to get the football to quickly. Funny enough, it’s Waddle who’s been the deep threat a lot more often than Hill. But, that’s also because of Hill’s ability to make shiftier moves after the catch and move the sticks. Still, do not overlook his ability to get free down the field.

If the Bills are going to win this game, they have to keep the big plays at a minimum, but these three Dolphins are bound to break one at some point.

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