Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel has many reasons to be proud of the team this season, and he’s going to keep the ‘wheelbarrow’ rolling.
Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel has many reasons to be proud of his team so far this season. After just two regular season games, the Dolphins have put their skill to the test and the end result was a 2-0 start.
Wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been a huge impact player so far, and McDaniel humbly seems to want to keep the ‘wheelbarrow’ rolling.
Former Dolphins defensive player Kim Bokamper asked McDaniel if he was “going to keep that wheelbarrow rolling,” to which McDaniel sarcastically responded with a smirk and eyebrow raises, “I don’t know what you’re talking about.”
For those unfamiliar, here is what Bokamper was referring to.
Miami invested a lot of money in Hill, and he’s proving to be worth every penny. He’s created a dynamic duo with quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, which is exactly what the Dolphins needed. The team came back from being 21 points down to beat the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, a win that happened within the last minutes of the game.
Tagovailoa threw six touchdown passes throughout the game, and Hill caught two of those in the comeback. The season is just getting started, and they’re already looking like one of the most talented and effective duos in the league.
Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill is unsurprisingly good
It’s no surprise the impact Hill is having in Miami. Over his seven-season career, he’s caught 58 touchdowns and had 6,914 receiving yards paired with 498 receptions. He’s also only had four fumbles over his entire career.
Hill has won a Super Bowl, made the first-team All-Pro team three times, Pro Bowl six times and the NFL 2010s All-Decade team. His talent is undeniable and he’s had been a great impact player every season.
He knows how to maximize his potential on the field, and it’s evident that he doesn’t hesitate to do so.