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Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill and Tua Tagovailoa believe their offensive chemistry will be ‘on point’

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Talking about it It needed to be said podcast Wide receiver Tyreke Hill said this week that he and Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovalioa know their offensive chemistry will be “up to the mark” in 2022.

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Since the wide receiver was traded from Kansas City to Miami in March, one of the most intriguing storylines for the Dolphins has been the growing partnership between Hill and his new quarterback.

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The pair have often been the subject of discussion over the past few months as fans and the media have finally gotten to see them working out together. And as some criticize Tagovailoa for his perceived problems as a QB, Hill quickly became one of his biggest supporters, constantly promoting his quarterback. First it was tweets defending Tagovailoa when a video of a clear deep-ball miss went viral, and then Hill even went so far as to say on the first episode of his podcast that Tagovailoa was a more accurate passer than Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. a statement that surprised many and angered his former fans.

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This vocal defense by his quarterback is just part of the growing camaraderie between the pair as they begin training ahead of their first season together.

Hill’s trade was one of many bright offseason moves the Dolphins front office made this offseason, indicating the team is looking to return to the playoffs in 2022. And if Miami is to succeed in this endeavor, to reach the postseason for the first time since 2016, the chemistry between his starting quarterback and new star receiver must develop, Tagovailoa and Hill say.

Discussing this need for a podcast, Tagovailoa poked fun at some of his critics by jokingly saying that the chemistry between him and Hill is not good at all.

“I do not think [the chemistry is] Good enough,” Tagovailoa said. “I let him down so many times. I’m just talking. I let him down so many times. … He got people talking about how I couldn’t throw the ball deep.”

But on a more serious note, both players said that the chemistry between them on offense was great, considering they’ve only been working together for a few months. Hill also said their chemistry will only grow as more off-season training increases, predicting that sometime in the near future they’ll be so tuned in that they’ll be able to anticipate each other on and off the field.

“It’s all good, dude. I just feel like our chemistry is going to work, man,” Hill said. “One night it will be around 2 a.m. and you will wake up. You will go to the kitchen and I will wash your dishes. That’s how good our chemistry will be.

“You’re going to say, ‘Rick, what are you doing here?’ I’m going to say, “Dude, look. I’m trying to connect this chemistry and this connection. So you know where I’m at all the time on the field, so if I run a 60-yard route and decide to turn into a comeback, I just need ball right here. Our chemistry is going to be great. Just trust it.”

Because both Hill and Tagovailoa know that Miami is itching to get back to the conversation after several seasons of good play and no playoffs, the duo know that the success of the offense will largely depend on how well they can play together. And all the hype and offseason talk won’t matter if they can’t come together and get results.

“We can’t just talk about conversations,” Hill said. “We have to keep doing what we are doing. We should obviously follow the example of the coach and you, and we should just let the naysayers speak, motivate us, and then play ball on Sundays. Everything else will take care of itself.”



Source: www.nfl.com

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