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Helmet Stickers Dolphins


Dolphins Thirsty is giving helmet stickers to the stars of the Dolphins’ victory over the Bears yesterday (11/0/2022).


Special Teams Helmet Stickers


Jaelan Phillips and Andrew Van Ginkel both contribute on defense each week. But, until yesterday some Miami Dolphins fans may not have not they could also contribute to special teams. Phillips blocked a punt which provided Van Ginkel the chance to scoop up the ball as he raced for a touchdown. Nothing else needs to be said! So, Phillips and Vankel get helmet stickers.


Offensive Stars


Once again Tua Tagovailoa, Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle, and the offensive line are receiving helmet stickers from Dolphins Thirsty. A new addition to the sticker list is Jeff Wilson.

The offensive line protected Tagovailoa once again to allow him enough time to put up impressive numbers. So, the whole offensive line gets a sticker.

Tagovailoa once again had an overall impressive game. He put up some big numbers for the stat lovers. Tua hit on 21 of his 30 throws for 302 yards to go along with three TD passes.

Hill is on a pace that would break the NFL receiving yardage record for a season. Yesterday, Hill added 7 catches for 143 yards. Hill also caught a touchdown pass. Hill got himself a helmet sticker.

Waddle once again found the endzone for a receiving TD. He had 5 catches for 85 yards to go with his TD reception.

Miami’s newest member of the offense, Jeff Wilson, also made an impact on the game. He had some decent runs in which he broke some tackles along the way. Yet, his best moment came as he caught a pass from Tagovailoa that he turned into a TD. Wilson lunged toward the pylon to score. This all-out effort earned him a helmet sticker from Dolphins Thirsty.



Defense Helmet Stickers


The Dolphins had a difficult time stopping the Bears. So, this is a much shorter list. I should note that when they really needed to make stops the defense did enough to help win the game.

Melvin Ingram gets a helmet sticker for a timely sack of Justin Fields. Fields had an incredible day against Miami as he broke the record for rushing yards in a single game by a quarterback. Ingram’s sack in the 4th quarter gave the defense just enough of a boost to close out the game with a victory!


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