Tyreek Hill Makes Fans LOL By Claiming Dolphins And Super Bowl Winning Chiefs Are ‘Same Exact Team’ On Offense

Fans LOL At Tyreek Hill Claiming 22 Dolphins Are Same As 19 Chiefs

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New Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill does not lack for confidence, nor is he shy about letting everyone know it.

Hill also isn’t afraid to drop some seriously hot (read: bizarre) takes about his new team and the players who are on the roster.

Case in point: Last month, Hill received death threats after saying Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa would be his go-to guy over Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

Hill even went so far as to imply that Tagovailoa is a more accurate passer than the 2018 NFL MVP and MVP of Super Bowl LIV.

Speaking of Super Bowl LIV, which the Hill and the Chiefs won 31–20 over the San Francisco 49ers, Tyreek claimed on his It Needed To Be Said podcast this week that the 2022 Miami Dolphins are “the exact same team” as the 2019 Super Bowl winning Chiefs.

Tyreek Hill claims this year’s Dolphins team is just like the Chiefs team that won Super Bowl LIV

“That 2019 offense with the Chiefs was stupid,” Hill said on the show. “When I go out to practice each and every day, like I said, I see the same exact team. I swear. As far explosive, as far as dynamic, we have the same weapons. Maybe even more.”

Hill wasn’t done there.

“When you add Mike McDaniel into calling plays, I know Andy Reid is great, but when you add [McDaniel] it’s crazy,” Hill continued. “The way he dials up plays and his play-calling timing, I don’t even know what to say, it’s just crazy.”

The 2019 Chiefs went 12-4 while averaging 28.2 points (fourth in the NFL) and 379.2 yards per game (sixth in the NFL).

The 2021 Dolphins, minus Hill and some other new acquisitions, went 9-8 (good for third place in the AFC East) while averaging 20.1 points and 307 yards per game (good for 22nd and 25th in the NFL respectively).

Needless to say, NFL fans got quite a chuckle out of Tyreek Hill claiming the 2022 Dolphins are the “same team” as the 2019 Chiefs that won the Super Bowl.