If you ask Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill, games like Sunday's 35-32 win over the Bears are a blast.

For the second straight game, Hill took advantage of a shootout, reeling in 7 catches for 143 yards and a touchdown -- this performance coming after a 12-catch, 188-yard game against the Lions in Week 8. If Miami is forced to throw the ball, there's a good chance it's going to the league's most-targeted receiver.

“I'm like a kid in the candy store, man," Hill said Sunday. "I'm just having fun doing what God blessed me to do.”

But while Hill's usage has him on pace for an NFL-record 2,085 receiving yards, the Dolphins' past two defensive performances bring up a legitimate question -- how sustainable is the shootout model?

Three of Miami's six wins this season have come in such fashion, against the Ravens, Lions and Bears. In those three games, the Dolphins' offense racked up 547, 476 and 379 yards -- but gave up 473, 393 and 368 yards, respectively.

It's a stark difference from the defensive-minded Dolphins teams of the past three seasons, who were ill-equipped to participate in a shootout. Those teams relied on stout defensive play to turn the ball over and set up pedestrian offenses with good field position.