Tyreek Hill says young generation is ‘screwed’ after Miami Dolphins WR sees viral video of IShowSpeed

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Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill said that the young generation is “screwed” after he saw a viral video of YouTube star and streamer IShowSpeed.

Hill and the Dolphins own a 6-3 record on the season so far, with all three of their losses coming against talented teams.

Miami has lost to the Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs (Hill’s former team). It’s also worth noting that all of the team’s losses have come away from Hard Rock Stadium, as the squad has yet to lose a home game this season.

Miami’s most recent loss came against the Chiefs on Nov. 5. The Dolphins lost by seven points, and Hill finished the game with 62 receiving yards on eight receptions.

It was one of the wide receiver’s worst performances of the season to date, but he certainly still left his mark on the game. The veteran is having a fantastic campaign overall and has been a reliable piece for quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

Hill is in his second season with the Dolphins franchise and is on track to put up some of the best receiving numbers of his pro career. He has racked up eight receiving touchdowns, 1,076 receiving yards and 50 first downs receiving in nine starts for Miami this season.

In addition, he is averaging 15.6 yards per reception and 119.6 receiving yards per game.

The Dolphins haven’t played in over a week considering they had a bye week this past weekend. But their next game is now on the horizon, as they will take on the Las Vegas Raiders at home on Nov. 19.

If all goes to plan, Miami should be able to comfortably defeat the Raiders on Sunday since Las Vegas has had a really hard time picking up wins on the road. The Raiders are 1-4 in such games this season.

Hill’s belief that the younger generation is “screwed” may be a bit of a stretch, but some younger people have shown a willingness to do reckless things in order to get attention on social media.

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Jesse is a 23-year-old sports journalist. He has experience covering football at the high-school and professional levels.