Tyreek Hill’s Confidence in 2023 Miami Dolphins Super Bowl Prospects

The Miami Dolphins (8-3) aspire to represent the American Conference in Super Bowl LVIII and wide receiver Tyreek Hill is confident that his team can achieve it. At the moment, the South Florida team is the leader of the AFC East and is one win away from first place in the conference, which is the Baltimore Ravens (9-3).

Mainly because Hill believes the 2023 Dolphins are better than the Kansas City Chiefs with whom he won Super Bowl LIV. The wide receiver declared for CBS Sports that head coach Mike McDaniel and company have everything necessary to lift the Vince Lombardi trophy.

“We have the perfect team to get to the Super Bowl,” Hill said. “The way we practice, the way we play for each other. I played in a Super Bowl and I feel like (the Dolphins) are probably a better team than the one I won the Super Bowl with (when I played at Kansas).”

In 2019, Hill’s Chiefs shined in the passing attack and defense. The unit led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes was fifth best in yards and touchdowns, with 4,498 and 30, respectively. The defense limited its opponents to 3,543 passing yards and the touchdown-interception differential was 21-16.

Now, the Dolphins have the best passing attack with 3,138 yards and 23 touchdown passes from Tua Tagovailoa. However, the defense has left a lot to be desired with atrocious performances in losses against the Buffalo Bills in Week 4 and the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 7.

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Tyreek Hill’s stats in 2023

Hill projects to have the best statistical year of his career. The West Alabama graduate leads the NFL in receiving yards (1,324) and touchdowns (10). The wide receiver has caught 88 of the 120 passes thrown his way.

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2023-11-28 03:00:33
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