In all, Wilson generated 155 receiving yards and two touchdowns in the win. Of those, 136 yards came after the catch. Wilson leads all receivers in total YAC for the season, with 355 yards (Antonio Brown is No. 2 with 249 YAC).
"I'm the best YAC receiver in the league, for sure," Wilson told ESPN's Cameron Wolfe. "Team is looking for me to make those plays. That's what I'm here for."
Wilson owns the top two "Incredible YAC" plays, a Next Gen Stats metric that calculates yards gained above expected YAC on a particular play. The top play was Wilson's 74-yard touchdown in Week 3 that had an expected YAC of five yards but went for 78 YAC. Sunday's 75-yard score had an expected YAC of 1 yard but went for 71 YAC.
"When I'm in the open field, I don't feel like anybody can catch me," Wilson said.
Credit Dolphins coach Adam Gase for utilizing Wilson's ability with the ball in his hands, and giving the speedy receiver multiple chances a game, not just gimmick chances once or twice a tilt.
"Any time we can get him the ball and he has just a little bit of space, that's what is a possibility of happening. It might be 6 yards, but it might be 60," Gase said. "He's a strong runner when he gets the ball in his hands. It's hard for guys to tackle him because he's built like a running back, but he's a wide receiver. He can run all of the routes and do all of those things. He can get into the backfield and run the ball. He's tough, physical. He's fast, I know that."
"Definitely the best game of my career. Definitely not going to be the best game of my career," Wilson said. "There's more coming. Just wait on it."