Tyreek Hill – American football wide receiver

Hill with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2021
No. 10 – Miami Dolphins
Position: Wide receiver
Personal information
Born: March 1, 1994 (age 28)
Douglas, Georgia
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight: 191 lb (87 kg)
Career information
High school: Coffee
(Douglas, Georgia)
College:
NFL Draft: 2016 / Round: 5 / Pick: 165
Career history
Roster status: Active
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics as of Week 3, 2022
Receptions: 500
Receiving yards: 6,947
Rushing yards: 725
Return yards: 1,393
Touchdowns: 69
Player stats at NFL.com · PFR
Medal record
Men’s athletics
Representing the  United States
World Junior Championships
Gold medal – first place 2012 Barcelona 4×100 m relay
Bronze medal – third place 2012 Barcelona 200 m

Professional career

Week 4 of the time gets going with the clash of shock groups. Last year the Cincinnati Bengals stunned the association and took that energy the whole way to the Super Bowl. Through three weeks in 2022, the Miami Dolphins accept that crown as they’re 3-0 with a gigantic triumph over the current year’s Super Bowl top picks, the Bison Bills. This confrontation in Cincy ought to be one more spine chiller for some reasons.

Normally, in a matchup where the two groups highlight quarterbacks that were both taken in a similar draft, that is where all the consideration is coordinated. Nonetheless, individuals are discussing the wide collector versus cornerback matchups this time. Most outstandingly Tyreek Slope against Eli Apple. These two have been talking smack since last season when the Bengals beat the Kansas City Bosses two times inside half a month.

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Apple is known for flapping his gums, yet after Cincinnati’s success over Slope and the Bosses in the AFC title game, it’s been taken to another level. It doesn’t make any difference where Slope plays; he owes Apple after a year ago. Slope said exactly that to the media as he cut a genius wrestling style promotion brandishing his “Macho Man” Randy Savage shades.

Obviously, the semi-headliner is the QB matchup between Joe Tunnel and Tua Tagovailoa. Tunnel was the No. 1 by and large pick in the 2020 draft, with Tua going four picks later at No. 5. Hence, they’ll be for all time contrasted with each other. Over the initial two years of their professions, Tunnel’s efficiency gave him the edge, fundamentally founded on the Bengals’ Super Bowl run last season. Despite the fact that Tunnel was sacked more than some other QB last year, Cincy sorted out a triumphant equation and almost brought back home a Lombardi prize.

Up to this point this season, it’s been an alternate story as Tagovailoa has been ablaze for the undefeated Dolphins. The hole between the two is getting more modest. Beside Week 1, Tunnel hasn’t been awful and even tossed three scores in the Bengals’ most memorable win of the year last week over the modest Planes. Tunnel is in the groove again, in spite of the fact that he’s continually taking such a large number of sacks; he’s now tied for the lead again this year.

For Tua, it’s like he ventured into a totally different world this season. He has another lead trainer spend significant time in offense and various weapons highlighting an All-Expert wideout in Slope. Tua completed his initial two seasons with a QBR under 50, which is viewed as normal. Through his initial three games in ’22, Tua has posted a QBR of 82.8. While it is a little example size, that is obviously remarkable. You’d very much want to see Tagovailoa push this along the entire year however no issues up until now. The no holds barred matchup between these youthful QBs will be discussed interminably during the broadcast of this game. Remember, you’ll require Amazon Prime to get it.

Another thing to look for in this game will be the Bengals’ safeguard and the way in which they shield the profound ball. At the point when Slope was exchanged to Miami in the offseason, there was worry about Tua having a sufficient arm to get the ball to him downfield. Welp, the Dolphins, have deleted any concern that any of us had about that. They’re tied for the association lead in 40+ yard gatherings with five. This Dolphins offense likewise has 11 gatherings of 20 yards or more which is only two off the association lead. The group/Tua is second in passing yards with 925 and tied for third in TD gatherings.

With Cincy, it will be exactly the same things it’s forever been. Safeguard Joe Tunnel. Getting the ground game going is likewise significant, yet the additional time Tunnel can have without protectors around him, the better. That sounds self-evident, yet Cincy hasn’t worked really hard of executing this up to this point. Last week Tunnel was sacked just twice, and they dominated the match. In the initial two games against the Steelers and Cattle rustlers, Tunnel was sacked multiple times — multiple times against Pittsburgh and six against Dallas.

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