Can the Buffalo Bills contain Tyreek Hill?
The Miami Dolphins are dealing with numerous injuries on both sides of the football. For the offense, they potentially could be without Jaylen Waddle and Raheem Mostert, both missed last week due injuries and hasn't practiced this week.
The Dolphins still have some good players, like running back De'Von Achane, but this week they are going to lean on wide receiver Tyreek Hill. He has been one of the best wide receivers this season and as the Bills know, both as a Dolphin and with the Kansas City Chiefs, he has game-breaking speed that can change momentum in a blink of an eye.
For the Buffalo Bills to have the best chance at a win, they are going to have to contain Tyreek Hill, and it probably won't just be one player who does that. I would expect that Rasul Douglas will draw most of the coverage against Hill but it will be important for the safeties, Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer, to make sure he doesn't get behind the defense.
There is no question that Hill is going to get his catches and that is why tackling is going to be equally as important. Tyreek Hill already has a career high 12 broken tackles on the season and the Bills need to make sure that they limit yards after a catch.