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Tyreek Hill ‘Loves’ Being Held Accountable By McDaniel

Miami Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill admits it’s been difficult to watch the Chiefs win two Super Bowls in a row.

Tyreek Hill is already a Super Bowl champion from his time with Kansas City. However, in two years with Miami, he only has two first-round playoff exits to show for it.

Meanwhile, the Chiefs have dominated, Tyreek Hill says the Dolphins are capable of getting to their level. The reason? Head coach Mike McDaniel.


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“The first year that they went (to the Super Bowl), me and my wife went, we took a trip to Tokyo because it was kind of hard for me. I don’t want to look at no game. I don’t want to look at none of it. She’s like, ‘Babe, let’s just go to Tokyo. Let’s get away from it and let’s do our thing.’ So we went to Tokyo for the first year. And when they won, I reached out to all the guys. I was like, man, I’m happy for y’all. Proud of y’all.

“The second year, this year when they won, I watched the whole game. I was like, ‘y’all, we got to win this thing.’ I’m cool now. But the first year it was kind of hard trying to get over that hump of seeing the guys do their thing out there.”

Despite not reaching the highs of previous years, Hill feels he can still improve under the tutelage of McDaniel. 

“The play against (L’Jarius) Sneed. The Chiefs, everybody see the play against the Chiefs when m———– slammed me to the floor,” Hill said


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“He called me out. He’s like, ‘Reek, you’re supposed to be the f—— best player in the f—— league and you got this guy putting hands all over you like that. We pay you all this money for what?’

“And for me, I love s— like that. ‘Cause I’m gonna take that s— to heart and I’m gonna get better from it. That will never happen to me again in my life, man. If a m———– not holding me accountable, I feel like I’m not going to be able to get better.”

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