Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill Issues Major Warning To Patriots’ Defense

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As we get ready for the start of Week 2 in the NFL, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill recently put the New England Patriots on notice.

The Dolphins are coming off an exciting win against the Los Angeles Chargers in the first week of the season and are looking to build some momentum. With the injury to Aaron Rodgers of the New York Jets, the Dolphins’ chances in the AFC East certainly improved, and this will be their first divisional game of the season.

For the Patriots, they suffered a hard-fought loss to the Philadelphia Eagles and will be trying to avoid an 0-2 start in the tough AFC East. The Patriots’ performance against the Eagles was a very commendable one, as it felt like they went toe-to-toe with the NFC Champions from last season.

Now, the Patriots will be facing one of the best offenses in the league, and their defense will be tested once again. The Dolphins are coming off a 36-point performance against the Chargers, in which they threw for nearly 500 yards.

As we get ready for the game, Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill put the Patriots on notice that he is looking to replicate the Week 1 performance.

Without a doubt, Hill was one of the best players in the NFL in Week 1. Hill totaled 11 receptions, 215 receiving yards, and two receiving touchdowns. While Hill has launched an early campaign for the NFL MVP, the Patriots are notorious for taking away a team’s best weapon, and usually, they succeed.  Last season against New England, Hill was held under 100 yards in both games, which is something he did seven times last season.

Division games are always important in the NFL and generally close when both teams are good. We will have to see what the plan for the Patriots is coming into the game, but it is hard to imagine that they won’t be focusing on Hill heavily. As we have seen so far with Tua and Hill, the two can be a great duo in the league. However, never sleep on Bill Belichick and the Patriots defense.