That’s a little too much information from Tyreek Hill.
The Miami Dolphins were forced to punt in their own end zone with 1:33 remaining in Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills, and it felt like the punt would be blocked.
Punter Thomas Morstead kicked the ball and soon it headed behind him for a safety, but nobody on the Bills blocked it. Morstead punted the ball right into the backside of teammate Trent Sherfield before it rolled out of the back of the end zone. The play is now being referred to as the “butt punt.”
After the game, Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill had the perfect response to the play while speaking with reporters.
“I’ve never seen a butt punt…but next time [Sherfield’s] gonna catch it with his butt cheeks. Because he’s got strong butt cheeks,” Hill joked.
Despite the safety, the Dolphins went on to defeat the Bills 21-19 to move to 3-0 on the season.