“Bad take”- Tyreek Hill Calls Out NBCS Journalist For His Views On Tua Tagovailova

Published 12/04/2023, 2:52 PM EST

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In a glorious Miami Dolphins performance, Tyreek Hill played the role of gridiron maestro against the Washington Commanders. Fans were left with dropped jaws as the Dolphins’ star wide receiver turned the field into his personal playground, racking up yards like they were going out of style in a blowout win.

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Teaming up with Tua Tagovailoa, Hill orchestrated a symphony of success that left the Commanders seeing stars. But life in the quarterback lane isn’t always a sunny day in Miami. Some blunders are quarterback-sized, clear as day. Others? Well, they might look like fumbles, but in the playbook of life, they’re just audibles waiting to happen.

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Surrounded by a roster stacked with talent, it’s easy to overlook the fact that playing quarterback maestro is an art form, not just a product of a stacked lineup. Even the Washington Commanders’ defenders, usually stingy with compliments, couldn’t help but dole out some conservative praise for Tua Tagovailoa on Sunday.

But fear not, Tua had his own personal hype man in the form of Tyreek Hill, dropping truth bombs on the doubters via the gridiron grapevine. The speedster, with hands smoother than a Miami breeze, took to social media platform ‘X’ to set the record straight: “Bad take I ran my route wrong Tua threw that ball exactly where I was suppose to be. He noticed my angle put enough air time on it just to give me time to adjust

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In response to Grant Paulsen of 106.7 The Fan in Washington. He tried to paint a 60-yard masterpiece as a quarterback hiccup and a receiver rescue mission. And Hill had to step in. Adjusting routes like a maestro, he turned what seemed like a misfire into a long-distance touchdown. So, next time you think Tua’s off the mark, remember that it’s not always his mistake.

Tua Tagovailoa’s touchdown tango

On one side, the Commanders are dealing with more inconsistency than a pregame coin toss, enduring quarterback rotations like a never-ending shuffle. Then there’s Tyreek Hill, who put on a clinic with five catches, 157 yards, and two touchdowns. Meanwhile, Terry McLaurin of the Commanders pulled a Houdini act with zero catches—only the second time he’s ghosted the stat sheet in his five-year career.

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And let’s talk Tua Tagovailoa, the maestro slinging touchdowns like he’s got a season pass. In 12 games, he’s thrown 24, and exactly half of those babies found their way into Tyreek Hill’s surefire hands. It’s a football bromance written in the stars.

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And with the MVP race looking more open than a receiver streaking down the field, don’t be shocked if Hill starts picking up some major steam for the coveted award. Forget the crystal ball; we’ve got the Cheetah running routes, and that’s all the fortune-telling we need.

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Jhelum Mehta

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