Tyreek Hill Hilariously Hypes Up Tua Tagovailoa After QB Throws Six Touchdowns In Win Over Ravens (Video)

Tyreek Hill Hilariously Hypes Up Tua Tagovailoa After QB's Six-TD Game

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There were plenty of questions surrounding a Miami Dolphins team that knew it had plenty of things to prove heading into the season after hiring first-year head coach Mike McDaniel to lead a squad whose success was seemingly contingent on the play of quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

The fifth overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft showed plenty of promise during his first two seasons in the league, but there were still plenty of people who were skeptical he’d be able to take his game to the next level.

However, it’s safe to say Tyreek Hill was all-in on Tagovailoa based on the praise he’s routinely heaped upon the QB since the fairly shocking trade that sent the wide receiver from Kansas City to Miami back in March.

Hill understandably turned some heads when he dubbed the Alabama product “one of the most accurate” passers in the league, but he remained Tagovailoa’s most dedicated hype man ahead of a campaign where he was relying on the third-year player to step up and prove the doubters wrong.

It’s safe to say Tagovailoa has managed to do that so far. After kicking off the season with a win over the Patriots, the Dolphins improved to 2-0 after beating the Ravens in a 42-38 game where the QB threw six touchdowns (two of which came courtesy of the man known as “Cheetah”).

Tyreek Hill took full advantage of the chance to keep hyping up Tua Tagovailoa after the win

Last week, Hill made headlines for his, um, colorful description of McDaniel’s gutsy playcalling, and he harnessed the same energy while praising his QB’s skills while chatting with ESPN’s Kimberley A. Martin after the victory.

Here’s what he had to say after learning Tagovailoa threw for six scores during the postgame interview:

“Tua had six? Oh my god, that’s lit, bro. 

For all the haters out there, man, who said Tua can’t do this, can’t be that. You know, I really hope you jump on his bandwagon, man, because not only is coach McDaniel going to need a wheelbarrow, Tua’s going to need a wheelbarrow after the season to tote his money—his boatload of money—and also his cojones.”

It’s hard to think of a better guy to have in your corner.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.