Tyreek Hill will be early test for Buffalo Bills secondary in Week 4

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What makes the Miami Dolphins offense so tough to defense?

One of the main reasons this offense is truly dangerous is because of the amount of speed of their offensive players, especially from the dangerous Tyreek Hill.

This was showcased in the Dolphins matchup with the Denver Broncos in Week 3, scoring 70 points with five different offensive weapons. Hill had a dominating game, recording 157 yards on nine receptions with a score.

This offense put up these points without wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, who's also cleared to play against the Bills.

Tyreek Hill already recorded 35 targets on the season, 24 more targets than wide receiver Jaylen Waddle and tight end Durham Smythe, who tied as the second-most targeted receivers on the team. There's no denying that Hill will be targeted a lot through their matchup.