Listen, sometimes in life, you just have to have some fun, and I am just following one of the best Miami Dolphins fans out there, @FinsOrDie.
If you do not follow the famous Dolphins Twitter personality “Sordi,” you are truly missing out on daily laughter. Sordi has a unique ability to troll different fan bases and even Dolphins fans daily. He usually has a catchy tweet or a hilarious image or gif he replies with that will make you laugh out loud.
Twitter can be a toxic place, even regarding the Dolphins. This offseason has been tough at times on Twitter, as starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has been a hot topic.
There is no middle ground when discussing Tagovailoa, so the debates can get heated. That is why following someone like Sordi is refreshing because he does not involve himself in the nonsense.
He just creates his own satirical nonsense that you do not want to miss.
Miami Dolphins Twitter is fun because of @FinsOrDie.
Sordi decided to wake up, and as Dolphins Twitter says, “choose violence.” The hilarious Miami fan made a list of the “Most Overrated Player Per NFL Team,” and let me tell you, it is gold!
Now, for those that do not understand, Sordi is 100% trolling and joking. However, fan bases from all of the other teams did not understand this, and well, they were not happy.
At the time of writing this article, the Tweet has almost 450 quote tweets, which I highly recommend reading if you have time. It also has nearly 350 replies, which, again, are absolutely hilarious.
Some of my favorite players he said were the most overrated were New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith, Kansas City Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill, Atlanta Falcons tight end Kyle Pitts (this was clearly a shot at me and my Florida Gators LOL), and Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
However, the best one he had that made the most fans angry was Los Angels Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert, and for obvious reasons.
I reached out to Sordi and asked him about his now-viral tweet. Sordi said, “It’s no surprise that fans of other teams have a lower than average football IQ on these types of topics. There is no room for discussion in today’s sports society – only outrage. I’m excited to see more meltdowns from rival team’s fans as I continue down my path of educating more NFL fans around the world.”
Never change, Sordi, never change!