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When the Kansas City Chiefs parted ways with Tyreek Hill, it left a massive hole in their offense.
Fans and analysts were unsure of what their team would look like without him, especially since Hill is a notable deep threat that Patrick Mahomes was missing.
Despite not having Hill for the past two seasons, Mahomes and the Chiefs’ offense have figured it out, winning the past two Super Bowls.
After seeing his former team succeed, Hill posted a tweet, indicating how proud he was of his friends on the Chiefs.
“My brothers win it again proud of them boys, even more motivation for us in Miami,” Hill said.
My brothers win it again proud of them boys , even more motivation for us in Miami
— Ty Hill (@cheetah) February 12, 2024
He also pointed to the fact that, while he was excited for the Chiefs, it gives him extra personal juice ahead of the 2024 season.
The Miami Dolphins looked like one of the NFL’s best teams for much of the regular season, but due to several factors, they fell short of reaching the Super Bowl.
Hill is still tied to Tua Tagovailoa and this team for the 2024 season, and it appears that he is hungry to get back to the top.
He won a Super Bowl as a member of the Chiefs, and while some criticized his decision to leave, Hill doesn’t seem to have any regrets about joining the Dolphins.
Tagovailoa and Hill have as good, if not a better relationship than Hill did with Mahomes in Kansas City.
Having that rapport is essential for a quarterback-receiver duo, and with the Dolphins slated to have that for one more year, they should have plenty of confidence about their title chances next year.
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