Tyreek Hill needs to shut up and focus on football because he’s just painting a bigger target on QB Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins at the moment.
Since arriving in Miami, Tyreek Hill has quickly become aware of the current climate surrounding the Miami Dolphins, whether it be with the fan community or the media. Hill recognized that Tua Tagovailoa is a very controversial subject.
Who knows if Hill’s behavior is motivated by the team, but he did everything he could to praise his new QB Tua Tagovailoa to combat all the criticism the Miami Dolphins QB is receiving.
One thing Hill talked about a lot before and after he arrived in Miami is that talk is cheap and he’s only worried about the product they’re bringing to the court to fire back at the “haters.”
Well, for a man who says talking is cheap, Tyreek Hill sure works on a tight budget.
“Are you going to tell Tyreek Hill to shut up and dribble?!”
The term “shut up and dribble” became controversial after a news reporter slammed LeBron James for using his prominent voice in politics to support a vision he and many others believed in.
Last time I checked, Tyreek Hill isn’t speaking to advance a bigger cause outside of football, he’s just stoking irrelevant drama like a high schooler on Instagram.
I’m telling Tyreek Hill to shut up and focus on football because:
- He gets $30 million a year for scoring touchdowns, not for having Twitter fingers.
- He’s not fighting for a bigger cause, he’s gossiping like a high schooler.
- He paints an unnecessary target on the back of the Miami Dolphins.
If players want to talk, I fully support any conversations they want to have AFTER they’ve done the work on the field. But talking before anything happens is just bulletin material for the rest of the media wanting to talk about Tua Tagovailoa, the Dolphins and the move from Tyreek Hill to Miami.
I promise you, Patriots and Bills defensemen will get a little tougher thinking about some of the ridiculous things Tyreek Hill said on the mic recently. And the last thing I want is for other teams to have an advantage mentally because it can snowball from there.
Patrick Mahomes and Tyreek Hill had an incredible relationship that led to a Super Bowl win and back-to-back Super Bowl appearances. Note that they never had to sell it with the intensity you would only see from a car salesman.
As the legendary Lil Wayne once said:
“What is understood does not need to be explained.”
Time for Tyreek Hill to finish his shift as a used car salesman and be the best NFL wide receiver in the world again.
I’m not sorry if you don’t like it because it needed to be said.
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