Buffalo Bills safety Micah Hyde was as surprised as anyone after he jumped, caught the Miami Dolphins' attempted onside kick, pirouetted midair, landed on his feet and was tackled by exactly no one. “I literally caught the ball and I was like, 'Yo, there's nobody here.' And the end zone was just like, 'Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhh,' ” Hyde said, making a noise one might expect if the clouds had parted and golden beams of light had shone down from the heavens. Hyde returned the ball 45 yards for the clinching touchdown, helping the Bills secure a 31-21 comeback victory against the winless Dolphins on Sunday at New Era Field. It was Hyde's 100th career game, his first touchdown in three seasons with the Bills, and his first since he returned two punts for touchdowns with the Packers in 2014.
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