Tyreek Hill rips ‘nasty’ New England Patriots fans as some of worst fans in NFL

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The Miami Dolphins picked up a massive road win in Week 2, outlasting the New England Patriots by a score of 24-17.

After the contest, Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill took some time to call out Patriots fans, calling them “some of the worst in the NFL.”

One can only wonder what types of things Patriots fans said to the seven-time Pro Bowler all night long. Their words didn’t seem to affect him that much, as he caught five of his nine targets for 40 yards and one touchdown.

Hill wasn’t as explosive as he was in Week 1 against the Los Angeles Chargers, but he was still able to leave his mark on the game. The Dolphins held a 17-3 to start the second half and almost let things slip away, but they were eventually able to secure the victory.

Things seemed to get real nervy when Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa got intercepted by Patriots rookie defensive back Christian Gonzalez on a throw intended for Hill, but New England went three-and-out on its ensuing possession and then allowed Raheem Mostert to score on a 43-yard rushing touchdown.

Hill now has 16 catches for 255 yards and three touchdowns this season. He’s averaging 15.9 yards per reception, with his longest reception coming for 47 yards. He continues to prove week in and week out that he is one of, if not the most explosive receiver in the entire NFL.

With the win, the Dolphins are now 2-0 on the season and are in sole possession of first place in the AFC East. Getting a divisional win on the road this early in the season is extremely important, so Hill and the rest of the team are surely happy about Sunday’s result.

Next up for Miami is its home opener against Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos, who were unable to force overtime against the Washington Commanders despite an incredible play at the end of regulation.

Hill and the Dolphins look like they’re serious about going as far as possible this season, and only time will tell if a Super Bowl victory is in their future.

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