The Miami Dolphins are proving a lot of doubters wrong with their elite deep-passing attack.
After acquiring Tyreek Hill in the offseason, many questioned how effective he would be with Tua Tagovailoa at quarterback.
Well, that question has been answered through seven games of this season.
Hill has not missed a beat during his tenure in Miami and the Dolphins have the best deep-passing attack in the NFL.
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Hill and Jaylen Waddle might be the two most explosive receivers in the NFL and the Dolphins have both.
It helps that both players are elite after the catch but with Tua at QB, the Dolphins have a very good offense.
An Elite Unit
Hill has arguably been the best WR in the NFL this season.
He leads the NFL in receiving yards with 773, and Waddle is fourth with 621.
These two big-play threats make the rest of the Dolphins’ offense difficult to guard.
Running back Raheem Mostert has thrived in recent weeks thanks to defenses keying on the passing game.
If Tua can stay healthy, the sky is the limit for what this offense can do.
Miami already has wins over the Bills and Ravens this year and the only games they lost are when Tua was hurt.
The Dolphins are showing that you do not need tall receivers to have success downfield.
Something interesting about Hill and Waddle is that they are both under six-feet tall.
Both of them are proving that you do not need to be a tall, jump-ball receiver to have success downfield.
The addition of Hill has been everything the Dolphins could have hoped for.
Helping them to operate one of the most explosive offenses in the NFL.