The Miami Dolphins have one of the best wideouts in the game.
People talked a lot about whether Tyreek Hill was going to be able to put up the same kind of numbers without Patrick Mahomes, and he surely proved the doubters wrong with that campaign he had in 2022.
Now, he’s looking forward to making even more history in the upcoming campaign, citing that he wants to be the very first wide receiver to record 2,000+ yards in a single season.
Tyreek Hill wants to become the first WR in NFL history to have 2,000+ yards in a season (record is 1,964).
“I got obviously the most accurate QB in the NFL, I’ve got one of the best head coaches in the NFL, and also my position coach is a monster also."pic.twitter.com/Qt0RtWnuJk
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) June 8, 2023
Hill doubled down on his take of Tua Tagovailoa being the most accurate quarterback in the game, also praising HC Mike McDaniel as one of the best in business.
The Dolphins have a vertical and explosive offense, and having Jaylen Waddle on the other side of the field obviously opens up plenty of space for Hill to do his thing.
And as crazy as it may seem, he’s coming off a 1,700+ yard season despite the fact that Tua missed several games with a concussion, so it’s not that far-fetched to think.
Adding an additional game to the regular season will help multiple players set new marks, records, and career highs.
The league has become a pass-heavy league now more than ever, and the Dolphins will continue to put the ball on Tua’s hands as early and often as possible.
Barring an injury, there’s no reason to think a speedster with a reliable and consistent pair of hands like Hill cannot be the very first wideout to have a 2,000-yard campaign in this league.NEXT: Dolphins Players Join In On The Lionel Messi Hype