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Kenny Stills dropped an insanely easy touchdown pass

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The NFL is back and we have already seen our fair share of amazing plays in week one alone.

From Brandin Cooks going 98 yards for the longest receiving touchdown in five years to Aaron Rodgers doing a Houdini to escape pressure and deliver a dime to Davante Adams for a touchdown, we have been treated on this first Sunday of the season.

However, with all the incredible plays we have been treated to, the Universe has had to balance itself out. That has come in the form of Kenny Stills dropping one of the easiest passes we have ever seen.


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With less than a minute into the second quarter of the Dolphins matchup against Seattle, Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill uncorked a deep bomb that found Stills completely open, with only green grass and the endzone ahead of him.

Somehow, Still managed to bobble the ball in his hands and drop what would have been the easiest touchdown of his career.

Here it is in all of its terrible, terrible glory.

Stills' teammate at the Dolphins Bobby McCain showed his feelings about the drop masterfully. It is exactly how everyone else reacted.

With the Dolphins currently leading the Seahawks by just four points with a minute of the game remaining, that drop could prove to be a game-losing play from the former New Orleans Saints wide receiver.

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