3. Tyreek Hill will face off against the NY Jets twice this season
When the news broke that Tyreek Hill was unhappy in Kansas City and the two options for his next destination would be between the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets, mass hysteria unfolded from Jets fans. It was an intense couple of hours with wide variance between the two outcomes.
Ultimately Hill chose Miami, and with his comments to the press dismissing the Jets as a realistic option, he quickly became an enemy of the fan base.
The fans will surely be seeking revenge in both matchups against the Dolphins in hopes of the team's improved secondary causing problems for Hill (a tough task to say the least) and with one if not two wins against the division rival.
Neither D.J. Reed nor Sauce Gardner lacks confidence, and they will likely understand why fans will be even more attentive to Hill's performance in these two matchups. Joe Douglas will be hoping that the two additions to his secondary can try to limit the weapon he put his cards on the table for.
The games between the Jets and Dolphins will involve familiarity with the coaching staffs as Miami's first-year head coach Mike McDaniel worked with Mike LaFleur and Robert Saleh in San Francisco.
The Jets will look to be more competitive in the AFC East this season by approaching games like these with an added sense of urgency in order to make up the gap that Saleh has spoken to numerous times throughout the offseason.