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Stills Steals a Touchdown

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Stills Steals a Touchdown

Kenny Stills en recepción de 13 yardas, touchdown de @MiamiDolphins y vencen 21-17 a los @buffalobills @FOXSportsMX @FOXImpactoNFL pic.twitter.com/LnQXeHTNQu

— Carlos Rosado (@CarlosRosadoV) December 2, 2018

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Kenny Stills en recepción de 13 yardas, touchdown de @MiamiDolphins y vencen 21-17 a los @buffalobills @FOXSportsMX @FOXImpactoNFL pic.twitter.com/LnQXeHTNQu

— Carlos Rosado (@CarlosRosadoV) December 2, 2018

Even CBS play-by-play man Andrew Catalon couldn't help but remark on the unlikely result of this Ryan Tannehill pass.

"It looked like (Jordan) Poyer had a bead for an interception, instead it's Kenny Stills putting the Dolphins in front!," Catalon remarked in the aftermath.

Indeed, Poyer did have a beat on it—just look at his hands in this photo.

No wonder the pass only had a 14.4% completion probability.

The 14-yard touchdown ended up being the game-winning score for Miami.

Stills has a knack for making tough catches, as he's featured twice on our list.

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