Tyreek Hill says he’s breaking 2,000 yards this season and winning another Super Bowl

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Miami Dolphins star wide receiver Tyreek Hill made some bold predictions for his 2023 NFL season, claiming that he will have over 2,000 receiving yards and win another Super Bowl.

“I will break 2,000 yards next year bro,” Hill said.

The star wideout said that reaching 2,000 yards is on his bucket list to reach before he leaves the NFL.

“And y’all think the Cheetah gonna leave without doing something he promised hisself he gon’ do as a jit?” Hill said. “I got y’all baby. 2,000 yards and another Super Bowl. We getting that. Believe that.”

Not only does Hill expect to have a big season, but he also expects it to lead to team success with a Super Bowl win. The Dolphins made the playoffs in the 2022 season – Hill’s first in Miami – but they were knocked out in the first round by the Buffalo Bills.

Hill is already a Super Bowl champion from his time with the Kansas City Chiefs, but he’s never cleared 2,000 yards in a season. Hill’s best receiving season actually came in the 2022 campaign when he finished with 1,710 yards on a career-high 119 receptions.

It was the second straight season that Hill had over 100 receptions.

For Hill to break 2,000 yards, he’s going to need to average well over 100 yards per contest in the 2023 season. The star receiver will also need to stay healthy, as his best chance to reach that number would likely come if he can suit up in all 17 of Miami’s games.

Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa will also play a major role in Hill being able to reach both of his goals. The former first-round pick played well in the 2022 season, but he missed time due to multiple concussions that he suffered during the season.

Still, during the 2022 season, Tagovailoa played the best football of his NFL career, partly because of the addition of Hill to Miami’s offense. The Dolphins quarterback threw for 3,548 yards, 25 touchdowns and eight interceptions in 13 games during the regular season.

If Tagovailoa can avoid injuries in the 2023 season, he and Hill should build on the chemistry they established in 2022.

Dolphins fans certainly would love it if Hill reached both goals in the 2023 season, and it’s great to see him setting his expectations high as he approaches his second campaign with the franchise.

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Peter is a graduate of Quinnipiac University where he covered the MAAC and college basketball for three years. He has worked for NBC Sports, the Connecticut Sun and the Meriden Record-Journal covering basketball and other major sports. Follow him on Twitter @peterdewey2.