After three weeks of the 2022 NFL season, the Miami Dolphins are one of the best teams in the AFC. For that reason, the Cincinnati Bengals fans sneaked into their trainings to tape their secrets, but their rivals were prepared to fool those onlookers with a brilliant strategy.

The Dolphins have surprised everyone after three games. They managed to defeat the New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills to earn a 3-0 record and the first place in the AFC East.

As for the Bengals, the situation is very different. They have a 1-2 record for everyone's surprise, so their fans are trying to help the team. They sneaked into Miami's practice and taped their plays, but there was a brilliant response by the coaching staff they were not prepared for.

Miami Dolphins fool University of Cincinnati onlookers after they sneaked into their practice

The Miami Dolphins will face the Bengals to open Week 4 of the 2022 NFL season. They used the University of Cincinnati facilities to practice ahead of the Thursday Night Football game, but they had some unexpected onlookers during the trainings.

After some fans sneaked into their practices, taped the plays and uploaded to the internet, they thought they were helping the Bengals, but the Dolphins deployed some brilliant counterintelligence measures.

The Dolphins coaching staff realized they had some onlookers during their practices, so they changed the team and used 12 offensive players in each snap instead of 11. This move helped them to confuse the spectators as they won't be able to see the real gameplan they will use against the Bengals.

According to Tom Pelissero, NFL Insider, the league say there's no evidence of a competitive violation committed, as the videos circulating in social media were taped by fans and not people related to any team.