The Miami Dolphins didn't waste any time reminding just how explosive Tyreek Hill is, on Sunday afternoon.
On the Dolphins' second offensive play from scrimmage, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa hit a streaking Hill on a post pattern deep downfield, and the speedy receiver sprinted into the end zone for his fourth touchdown of the young season.
Hill then made a mad dash to no one in particular before jumping a barrier, in a modified Lambeau leap, but to no fans in particular. Fortunately for Hill, the rest of the offense quickly surrounded him to party like they were taking over a South Beach nightclub.
TUA TO TYREEK. 54-YARD TOUCHDOWN.
— NFL (@NFL) September 24, 2023
The Lambeau leap became one of the most revered celebrations in all of sports, but in order for Hill's South Beach Spring to take on, he'll probably have to target a section with more fans before jumping into the seats, next time.
Hill, who has now caught a touchdown pass in each of the Dolphins' first three games of the season, has been a driving force behind Miami's explosive offense.
Through his first three games of this season, Hill has pulled down 17 receptions for 309 yards and four touchdowns.
Of course, Hill spent the first six seasons of his career with the Kansas City Chiefs, where he faced off against the Broncos twice per season. Entering Sunday, Hill had caught 46 passes for 492 yards and five touchdowns, in 11 games.
There is a case to be made that the Dolphins are the best team in the NFL, so far this season, and getting off to a start as absurdly quick as the offense did against the Broncos is an example of how prolific they can be. Tagovailoa and Hill's early connection make it easy to envision the Dolphins potentially walking to a blowout victory, adding a third conference victory to their early-season tally.
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