Miami Dolphins long snapper Blake Ferguson was shocked at the way some Florida residents were pumping their gas.
Ferguson shared two photos on Twitter of people wrapping the pump around their vehicles rather than pulling the pump on the side of their gas tank.
Didn’t my parents teach me how to pump gas properly? pic.twitter.com/ldi69SlFYv
—Blake Ferguson (@blakeferguson44) July 24, 2022
It’s hard to fault Ferguson for being confused, as it’s certainly an unorthodox way to fill up at the pump.
Ferguson, who played collegiately at Louisiana State University, was a 2020 Dolphins sixth-round pick.
A key part of the Dolphins’ special teams unit, Ferguson has made the most of his opportunity in Miami so far. He has played 33 games for the Dolphins over the past two seasons, and he has recovered one fumble and five tackles.
The Dolphins have one of the best kicking games in all of football, and Ferguson and kicker Jason Sanders are at the heart of it.
Ferguson and the Dolphins are looking to break through and make the 2022 NFL season playoffs. Miami has narrowly missed the playoffs in each of the past two seasons despite averaging over .500 each campaign.
With new head coach Mike McDaniel running the show and several off-season additions joining the team on offense, the Dolphins are poised to take the next step in 2022.
Ferguson is looking to continue playing at a high level for Miami’s special teams unit and to prove that he was one of the team’s best decisions in the final rounds of the draft.
If he and the Dolphins make the playoffs, they’ll definitely get the people of Miami excited no matter how they decide to pump their gas.