Miami Dolphins: 3 most beaten to death storylines going into training camp

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The addition of Tyreek Hill was nothing short of unbelievable. Tyreek Hill going on an everyday pump-up tour of Tua Tagovailoa, got a bit strained.

The day that Tyreek Hill was traded to the Miami Dolphins, the Earth stopped rotating for a few seconds. It doesn’t get talked about much but I swear it happened.

It was such an awesome day that came out of nowhere like a Randy Orton RKO. Nobody had this happening. Nobody had the Dolphins acquiring the best offensive player in 20 years and pairing him up with Jaylen Waddle. The visions that we as a collective fanbase started to have flash through our brains were enchanting.

Visions of drives not going three and out so often, big play touchdowns, and not watching the defense have to always win games danced in our heads like kids thinking about what they’re getting on Christmas/holiday morning.

A few months after Tyreek Hill got to Miami is when Hill decided that he was going to go all-in on talking Tua Tagovailoa up to try to reverse all the history and negative talk that everyone has said about him.

Hill said Tua was more accurate than Mahomes, that he has a very strong arm, that the offense won’t be stopped and he also took a few shots at the Kansas City Chiefs along the way.

The thing was, it was nice that he had such good things to say about Tua and praised him as he did, it’s just that we couldn’t go a day without Hill saying something else no matter where he was about Tua.

And naturally, everyone got tired of hearing it. Then guys like me get tired of everyone reacting to Hill’s words and it just becomes a vicious cycle of annoyance.

We mostly just want Hill to give it a rest and start talking when things are going great on offense and the team is winning games. Talk all you want then.

I would imagine that Tyreek Hill and his new podcast are not going to stop trying to enshrine Tua in the hall of fame any time soon. So, this is probably going to continue in some form.