Tyreek Hill's heroics insufficient to save the Dolphins in Los Angeles

By Babita Singh

On Sunday night, Tyreek Hill gave the Miami Dolphins two of their most memorable touchdowns of the year.

Despite Tyreek heroics, Dolphins lost to the Los Angeles Chargers by (8-5).

Hill ended the Dolphins' fourth offensive series by returning a fumble 57 yards for an outrageous touchdown in the second quarter.

Even though Miami managed zero net yards on its first three drives, the score cut the Chargers' lead to 10-7.

In the second half, Hill snagged a stunning pass from Tua Tagovailoa along the Miami sideline for a 60-yard score.

 Hill even broke the record for most receiving yards in a season for the Dolphins.

Hill's spectacular plays kept the Dolphins in the game.

The Dolphins only gained 219 total yards, and Tagovailoa completed 10 of his first 28 passes for a miserable 10-for-28 performance, giving Miami's offence no additional notable plays. 

Hill had a remarkable 10 targets, but only caught one pass for a touchdown and the other three for a total of 21 yards.