The Miami Dolphins offense is suddenly complete after their impressive haul this offseason.
They’ve covered all bases from the offensive line to the backfield.
Without question, Hill is the biggest catch from the lot because he is a multiple All-Pro member and a Super Bowl champion with the Kansas City Chiefs.
That’s why the Dolphins deemed it right to make him the highest-paid player in his position via a four-year, $120 million deal.
However, Hill’s success did not come overnight because he is a product of countless hours at the gym and at the practice facility.
Here’s one of the drills that helped him become one of the best in the NFL.
Listen to the grass rip on these @cheetah routes. 😳
Sounds like football season. 🔊 (via coachotb/TikTok) pic.twitter.com/IlCiB9yha3
— NFL (@NFL) July 18, 2022
The league’s official Twitter had to point out how the grass rips as Hill moved from one cone to another.
It’s a manifestation of how hard he runs those quick breaks and cuts before running onto the open field.
He has done that move to countless defensive backs and he is showing no signs of slowing down.
Therefore, the Dolphins will be one of the teams to watch next season, especially if Hill and Tua Tagovailoa develop solid chemistry.
Hill’s Ability Creates A Number Of Openings
His skill of stopping on a dime before breaking into top speed can create several problems for the opposing defense.
Aside from leaving his primary defender behind, another safety could leave his spot to help the lagging cornerback.
When that happens, Waddle or Wilson could get open because Hill attracted an extra defender.
Therefore, his presence alone makes the Dolphins a better squad, even if he is not the intended receiver for every pass.
That’s a facet of their offense that head coach Mike McDaniel can exploit to keep their opponents on their toes.