Tyreek Hill Throws Accusations on Teammate For His Fumble Against……

The defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs’ game against the Miami Dolphins was one of the most anticipated games in the NFL last week .
, with everyone wanting to see what superstar receiver Tyreek Hill would do with his former team.
Before last season began, the Chiefs shocked everyone by trading Hill to the Dolphins because the two sides couldn’t agree on a new contract for arguably the best player in the league.
While it appeared to be a mistake by the Chiefs and Hill, both teams have done well since going their separate ways, with Kansas City winning another Super Bowl title and the Get the pace without missing a beat as he becomes Tua Tagovailoa’s favorite target in Miami.
However, things went wrong for Hill last week in Germany when his fumble led to a defensive loss by the Chiefs, which proved to be the difference in the game.
Although the Dolphins scored two touchdowns in the third quarter of this game, the damage was done, with Kansas City ultimately winning, 21-14.
Reflecting on the game in this week’s podcast, Hill blamed Dolphins teammate Cedrick Wilson for his fumble, though he also admitted he needed to keep the ball, via Dov Kleiman.
Hill tried to be humble when talking about the play, but couldn’t help but give his teammates grief for not being able to block while catching a pass from Tagovailoa.
While he’s technically right about Wilson, he’s also right about him needing to keep the ball to prevent a game-changing play.


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