The Miami Dolphins’ new offensive scheme will include a “Vending Machine.”.

The Miami Dolphins’ new offensive scheme will include a “Vending Machine.”.


Can a vending machine move the ball an average of 12 yards per carry?

The delight of seeing a two-for-one Big Texas cinnamon bun special fall three stories into the delivery bin is outweighed by the frustration of seeing Skittles perilously close to falling.
The Miami Dolphins started the season 4-1, but they didn’t have easy access to a vending machine like the office building or rest area did.

The times, however, are changing, says wide receiver Tyreek Hill!


Hill shared an odd scouting report of Chase Claypool with the media during a Thursday media conference.
Claypool was acquired by the team in a trade with the Chicago Bears late last week.

What’s crazy is that when he’s running, Hill said, “He looks like a vending machine out there.”.
“Very quick and fluid with his routes.
Whether he’s blocking, receiving the ball, or doing anything else this team needs him to do, he will undoubtedly be a valuable addition.
He’s here, and I’m so glad to have him.


“I believe that in our group, everyone is competitive and constantly striving to improve.
He will improve as a result of that.
It’s all about pushing one another. At the same time, I’m telling these young men, “Y’all are making my job easy.”.
I’m glad to have him.

All jokes aside, Claypool might end up being the vending machine coach Mike McDaniel’s offense needs.
Hill is one of the league’s best interviewers because of his unconventional responses.

Although Claypool towers over the rest of Miami’s receivers, he won’t have Mountain Dew or MandM’s on the sidelines.
He stands slightly taller than Cedrick Wilson Jr. and Robbie Chosen (6’3″) at 6’4”.
(6’2″) but weighs 40 pounds more than any other receiver on the roster thanks to his 238-pound frame.

The competition for reps is unavoidable, but Hill noted that the team’s focus is on winning rather than individual success.
“I believe that was the goal Coach [McDaniel] had in mind. Chase Claypool, in my opinion, sometimes gets a bad rap for not necessarily being a team player, but from what I’ve seen so far, he’s been a great teammate.

While he hasn’t yet entered the field in aqua and orange, Claypool sounds prepared to support the offense as it keeps up its record-breaking pace.

He said on Thursday, “Anything I can do to that is an awesome opportunity for me, and I’m really excited about that and excited to be a part of it.”.


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