Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Dolphins getting roasted for Tua-Tyreek hype pass video

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Miami Dolphins made one of the biggest acquisitions this off-season. The team made a blockbuster deal with the Kansas City Chiefs to acquire wide receiver Tyreek Hill.

The Dolphins gave up five draft picks for the star player. Plus, they signed him to a new deal that totals four-years and $120 million.

Tua Tagovailoa drops back to pass during a practice (Photo by the Miami Dolphins/Twitter)

On Tuesday, the Dolphins social media team thought they would just put up a video of Tua Tagovailoa throwing to Hill. However, in the clip, the ball was under thrown.

Plus, in all honestly, the video may have been pieces together. The second part where Hill caught the ball appears that he may have been in punt return formation when he caught it.

You be the judge. The video in question is getting roasted by people on social media.

“If you had posted this screenshot and told us Tyreek was taking punt return reps,” one fan posted. “I would have believed you.”

Tagovailoa and Hill still have months to work things out. The season does not begin until September.

They have six months before the start of the season. And in a few months, the team begins training camp.

The Dolphins brass hope that Tagovailoa and Hill will be one of the best quarterback and wide receiver duos in the league this upcoming season.

Hill better produce like a top receiver or this will look like a bust in the years to come. At the moment, he is the highest-paid receiver at a $30 million average per season.

“Since when does tyreek have his shoulders facing the qb on a deep pass 😹😹😹😹,” another fan commented on the thread. “Holy underthrow. Don’t be in denial biased bumphins fans.”

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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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