Hello Miami Dolphins. I just thought I’d send you a few friendly reminders.
First, it’s currently the season. Actually, it’s spring too much compared to spring. Your fans should be glad they’re on the team right now. Manuscript is two weeks ago. The OTA is starting next week, and too bad the schedule hasn’t even been announced yet – even though it’s already leaked that the Dolphins will be playing the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving. You all landed the biggest deal of the season for one of the NFL’s best players, Tireek Hill. There should be nothing but positivity oozing out of every flaw of the organization to keep the fan base as optimistic as possible until the players actually have to play against other teams.
Second, a successful pass from a midfielder to a pass catcher does not simply mean that the sequence ends with a catch. In a live game, if the quarterback doesn’t put the ball in the most favorable position for the pass catcher to kick the ball, that’s the best opportunity for yards after the catch. Worst of all, the ball is overturned and the opposing team scores six points. So when players practice in shorts and bucket hats, a pass isn’t considered successful unless it at least looks like it’s catching on.
With that small refresh, maybe the Dolphins social media team will pick a better pass next time they want to add some slow-motion effects to a Tua Tagovailoa episode throw. They put out a video of Tagovailoa so it rips the field to the Hill. The video is of such high quality that Crystal Pepsi clearly shows the moment the ball runs out of gas. About a quarter of its way through the air, the ball swayed as if it heard the DJ play their song after a third drink at the wedding reception, and finally landed on Hill’s right cheek, where he turned to catch it. take it.
I’m not going to use this as an opportunity to accuse Tagovailoa the whole game, or say his arm isn’t strong enough to be a successful NFL quarterback – and not just because I fear the group of guys. support him on social media, who raved like a bunch of people at their first school board meeting after hearing about Critical Racial Theory on Facebook. While some of the jokes are funny, like Vic Tafur of The Athletic ask if the Dolphins are trolling their own quarterback, that spring will be a pitch for a new wide receiver who also happens to be the fastest player in the NFL. There will be an adjustment period.
My biggest problem is, can’t they be asked to do another post? Was that the only pass Tagovailoa threw to Hill all day, or could it be the only pass more than 10 yards long? Everyone took four photos of their dinner before deciding which one to post to Instagram, and social network Dolphins decided that this throw was the winner. Is this a futile pitch without pads, helmets or guards that will make social media explode with flame and eye emojis? Doesn’t anyone see the pass wobbling like a brisket and landing behind the intended target and think the video might be over?
It’s the season, Dolphins. You make your fans happy this time of year, and worst of all, the NFL media ignores the pitch or some analyst breaks down something bad about it that can only be see through playback the motion is even slower after watching it 100 times. The only reason to watch that video is if in that moment they don’t realize how badly Tagovailoa took down Hill. Then, by the time they realized the problem, it was too late because a post had to be brought up.
This Is Actually Worse Than The Chicago Bears’ “QB1” tweet about Andy Dalton last season. It’s true, fans just didn’t want to hear it at the time because they were disappointed. The only Dolphins that Tagovailoa feed are sharks ready to tear his performance into pieces, throwing.
Let this be a lesson to social teams of all walks of life. If the video isn’t what you think it is, just post another meme.