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Tyreek Hill & Tua Tagovailoa Enter American Classrooms as School Teacher Uses Dolphins’ Stats to Teach Math

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The Miami Dolphins are dominating the AFC East division! And a major contribution towards that has been the stunning Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill partnership. The Dolphins will take on the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football, as they seek to establish a four-game winning streak. The team has proven to be unbeatable this season when playing at their home stadium. The Titans game is also set to play out at Hard Rock Stadium. Will the double trouble spell trouble for the Titans?

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But Tua and Tyreek are not only dominating the gridiron but are taking over American schools as well! The NFL took to X to share one such incident caught on camera.

Tyreek Hill and Tua Tagovailoa are being used to teach kids math

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A math teacher, Miss Martinez, was seen using the stats of Dolphins players to teach her students addition and subtraction. The video had gone viral on TikTok and the NFL shared it on their account as well, captioning it, “Miss Martinez is awesome for this. ✏️ 🏈 (via maryisbananas/TikTok)”.

The classroom also had a Dolphins banner hanging on the wall, which indicates that the teacher is a passionate Dolphins fan. One user commented that the teacher should have used the stats of a poorly performing team to make the calculation easier for her students. Indeed, the Dolphins have managed to rake up some of the best team stats in the league, with Tyreek and Tua setting records.

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WR Tyreek Hill, before the season had commenced, said that he would become the first player in NFL history to register 2,000 receiving yards. And it seems he’s going to walk the talk. Going into Week 14, he has 1,481 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns. If we take the average, his stat is 123.4 yards per game. If he continues to maintain that, he is on track to finish the current season with 2,098 yards!

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Tua, on the other hand, is in his fourth year at the NFL but already has a shot at surpassing Dolphins legend Dan Marino’s yardage record. His average passing yards per game is 288.1 yards per game. And if he maintains the same rate, he will finish the season with 4,898 yards, which will be less than 100 yards shy of Marino’s record of 5,084.

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In order to surpass Marino’s record, Tua will have to clock in 325.5 yards every game in the remaining 5 games. While these stats and projections make sense on paper, will the two players be able to do it in real life?

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