Tyreek Hill fires off warning regarding Miami Dolphins fans after brutal loss

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The Miami Dolphins suffered arguably their worst loss of the 2023 regular season against the Tennessee Titans on Monday.

The Dolphins held a comfortable 27-13 lead over the Titans with under three minutes remaining in the game but lost by a final score of 28-27 after being outscored 15-0 the rest of the way.

Dolphins star wide receiver Tyreek Hill — who suffered an ankle injury against the Titans — took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to fire off a warning regarding Miami fans after the team’s brutal loss.

If there’s one positive takeaway from the Dolphins’ loss on Monday, it’s that Hill later returned to the game after injuring his ankle. He finished with 61 receiving yards on four receptions, and his longest reception against the Titans was for 25 yards.

In 13 games played with the Dolphins franchise so far this season, the 29-year-old wide receiver has racked up 1,542 receiving yards, 12 receiving touchdowns and 69 first downs receiving. Additionally, he is leading the league in receiving yards per game with 118.6.

Miami’s loss dropped its record to 9-4 on the season. Dolphins fans appear to be a bit worried about the team possibly relinquishing the best record in the AFC East division in the future, seeing as how Miami now only has a two-game lead over the Buffalo Bills — who are 7-6 on the season and won their most recent game against the Kansas City Chiefs back on Dec. 10.

Before losing to the Titans, the Dolphins were riding a three-game winning streak. Their three wins came against the Las Vegas Raiders, New York Jets and Washington Commanders. The Dolphins beat the Commanders earlier in the month by a whopping 30 points.

The Dolphins’ collapse against the Titans might not be as concerning as some folks are making it out to be. After all, the team still has four games remaining on its regular-season schedule and is in a solid position to end up with the best record in the AFC.

Miami will take on the Jets at home on Dec. 17.

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