Tyreek Hill says defenses will be ‘scared s–tless’ when they see him and Jaylen Waddle on the field

Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill

When the Miami Dolphins acquired superstar wide receiver Tyreek Hill via trade earlier this offseason, fans and experts alike quickly offered the idea that the Dolphins would have the fastest offense in the league this season.

Two reasons for that are Hill and second-year receiver Jaylen Waddle. When Waddle entered the NFL, many compared the speedster to Hill.

Now that the two are teammates, Hill has a good feeling that they will be striking fear in opposing defenders week in and week out.

Waddle had a great rookie season in the 2021 campaign, finishing the year with 104 receptions for 1,015 yards and six touchdowns. He looks like a star in the making and never appeared to be overwhelmed by the skill and speed of the NFL.

Hill had a fantastic season as well, finishing with 111 receptions for 1,239 yards and nine touchdowns.

Obviously, the two players know how to get the job done against opposing defenders.

With both of them on the field, it’s quite possible that the Dolphins could have a big-play offense in 2022.

As Dolphins fans know, the biggest question mark when it comes to the team’s passing game this season is quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. He finally has the kind of talent surrounding him on offense to really flourish, but he’s going to have to play well if the Dolphins want to enjoy any substantial team success.

Hopefully, all goes according to plan and Tagovailoa has his best season yet. If he does accomplish that goal, Waddle and Hill will likely both be partially to thank.