Okay, maybe not a literal cheetah. They top out at 75 mph, while Tyreek has only been clocked at a still legitimately insane 22.7 MPH.
The point stands: While the Dolphins appear to be a deeply flawed team, for the most part, that doesn’t matter because they’re really, really damn fast.
Tyreek Hill in particular appears to have somehow gained a step since joining the team — and he could very well run his way into the record books this season. Already boasting 1,104 receiving yards on the season — more than 200 more than the next closest player — Tyreek is currently on pace to become the first player in NFL history to surpass the 2k mark.
Hill and speedy second-year player Jaylen Waddle (who’s currently fifth in receiving yardage) aren’t just forming one of the best receiving duos in NFL history, but arguably ever. When Tua is healthy, so far no team has been able to stop them and it’s unclear if anyone can. That’s a good thing because the Fins' defense isn’t giving them all that much help.
This weekend they play the Browns at home. Cleveland will try to control the game on the ground, but fortunately, Miami doesn’t take much time at all to score — you know, on account of the aforementioned speed, which it should be noted, kills.
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