Tyreek drops an F-bomb on national TV while calling Tua the ‘most accurate quarterback in the NFL’

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Throughout the 2022 NFL offseason, newly acquired Miami Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill has made news on several occasions.

Most notably, the superstar receiver has made headlines for thrusting his full confidence and support behind Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

On Monday, Hill appeared on ESPN’s “First Take” and claimed that Tagovailoa is the “most accurate quarterback in the NFL.” He also seemingly let his excitement get the best of him, as he dropped a curse word during the television appearance.

“Zach Wilson is a dog, but I’d rather play with the most accurate quarterback in the NFL,” Hill said. “… Tua, he’s a f—— heck of a competitor. He’s a hell of a hard worker. So, like I said, man, I’m excited to go to work with him, compete with him and battle with him.”

It’s interesting that the television show chose not to bleep out the curse word considering how hard it is to miss. Regardless, it’s great to see that Hill is standing by his original comments and making it clear that he has all the confidence in the world that Tagovailoa can be great in the NFL.

If the Dolphins enjoy any great amount of success in the upcoming 2022 NFL season, it will likely be in large part because of production from Hill and Tagovailoa. If the two players can establish a productive partnership, Miami’s offense will surely take many leaps forward.

Beyond that, all of the attention Hill is sure to get from opposing defenders may offer young receiver Jaylen Waddle some breathing room. Though the Dolphins have not been known as an offensive powerhouse in recent seasons, that aspect of the team’s game could become a major strength in the upcoming campaign.

As for Hill, he is likely going to continue to speak enthusiastically about his new quarterback as the upcoming season gets closer and closer.

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