Tyreek Hill sends a nasty message to all Patriots fans after win

Miami Dolphins v New England Patriots
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It's no secret that divisional rivalries are no joke in professional sports, especially in the NFL. The Patriots have made a lot of enemies over the years since they repeatedly dominated essentially every team they played for two decades, and those wounds continue to hurt those affected.

The newest player to add to the list of bitter opponents is Tyreek Hill, whose time on the Kansas City Chiefs and now the Miami Dolphins have made him into the ultimate Patriots hater and, apparently, of their fans as well.

After winning the game in unusual fashion, Hill spoke to the media in the locker room and got candid about his feelings toward New England fans. Because he noticeably chose to taunt the fans in attendance at Gillette Stadium by waving goodbye as the game ended, reporters asked him about it.

The irony is not lost on most Patriots fans or any people who happen to not be a fan of Hill as a player or person, given his checkered history and run-ins with the law, which makes his comments all the more entertaining.

Other than being beaten by the Tom Brady-led Patriots in big games when he was on the Chiefs, or splitting the season last year in his first season as a member of the Dolphins, most believe Hill's bitterness comes from when a fan threw their soda at him after he scored a touchdown a handful of years ago.

What that fan did was unnecessary and uncalled for, hence his removal from the stadium. But is that all that's making him feel this way?

He states that New England fans are "some of the worst" in the league and are "nasty," which is his prerogative to believe. But it feels more like an opportunity to try and add to the negativity and narrative surrounding Boston fans than anything else.

It's possible some unkind and disrespectful things have been said to him, as there is at every sporting event in the country on any normal day, but couldn't it be more just simple trash talk than labeling it something beyond that?

Regardless of what it all actually is, Hill definitely did not gain any fans in New England and probably just made some more foes based on these comments.