VIDEO: Remembering When Will Fuller Torched the Dolphins for a 73-Yard TD
The Miami Dolphins' offense is looking like a force to be reckoned with in 2021, especially following the addition of deep threat Will Fuller.
Few wideouts can take the top off a defense like Fuller can, and Dolphins fans are intimately familiar with that fact.
One of the longest plays of Fuller's NFL career, a 73-yard touchdown, came against the Dolphins back in 2018.
The 2018 Dolphins defense wasn't exactly stout against the pass (and the coverage on this play left a lot to be desired), but Fuller's wheels played a big part in getting so absurdly open there.
Fuller has averaged north of 15.0 yards per reception in three of his last four seasons. That includes a career-high 16.6 in 2020, which was good for No. 6 in the NFL.
Tua Tagovailoa struggled with his deep ball at times as a rookie, but adding Fuller should make it a whole lot easier for Tua to get the vertical passing game going as a sophomore.
FanDuel Sportsbook's Super Bowl LVI odds have the Dolphins ranked No. 13 in the NFL at +3000 to win the Super Bowl next season.
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