Tua Tagovailoa

The Miami Dolphins are one of the surprises in the NFL this year, getting off to a 3-0 start. They are slated to face the Cincinnati Bengals on tonight’s Thursday Night Football broadcast.

The Dolphins also appear to have a major operational security issue. Some burner account on Twitter spent Thursday morning posting clips of the Dolphins’ entire walk-through practice at the University of Cincinnati ahead of the game.

“Bro was posting every play,” a user said while showing a video from the timeline of the burner account.

While showing the practice in detail, it also foretells that Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who has been mired in controversy surrounding a potential concussion, will play against the Bengals on Thursday night.

The NFL world was quick to react to the league’s latest cheating scandal:

“Looks like someone was recording the entire Dolphins walk through and posting it to Twitter,” Brent Kollmann said. “NFL security is going to be massively pissed about this. They take this stuff seriously when a club is on the road.”

“It might have been a [University of Cincinnati student] for real,” speculated Brandon Howard.

“Dolphins still going to win,” said one user.

“I really wonder how much Miami changes their game scripts based off the leaking, if at all,” a Dolphin fan wrote.

“Pathetic,” another fan wrote.

As of now, it’s unclear how the footage came to be, whether it was a nefarious action from the Cincinnati Bengals or a random Cincinnati student. The NFL won’t be happy regardless.