It’s officially Tua time for dolphins in Miami. Former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, the best pick in the NFL for 2020, will get his first career start when Miami faces the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.
What to expect from the talented left-hander in his first full game? What are its strengths and how will they affect the violation? What areas will be under strict scrutiny?
Let’s take a closer look at what Tagovailoa has to offer at the table, including what I’m looking for from the former Crimson Tide star. And while we’re at it, how did Joe Burrow and Justin Herbert look in the first few weeks of their careers? Let’s check both first-class QBs that have already taken effect.
This was the Dolphins’ plan all along. Clearly, no matter how well or how badly Ryan Fitzpatrick played, Tagovailoa would be the man once the team considered him ready. And despite Fitzpatrick’s strong play – his 80.6 Total QBR is tied for sixth in the NFL – at the team’s 3-3 start to the season, Tagovailoa is really ready.