Podcast: Tua is en fuego in the fourth
What a day for the Miami Dolphins' polarizing quarterback. Can this last? The young quarterbacks are discussed on this week's wrap-up pod.
No player in the sport was quite as much of a content machine as one, Tua Tagovailoa, all summer long. His throws in practice were clipped and shared and scrutinized.
Finally, the games are here and it’s OK to say it loud. There’s no need to be afraid.
Tua just may be a perfect fit in this Mike McDaniel offense.
Between an accurate quarterback, two of the fastest wide receivers in football and a brilliant play designer, the Dolphins have a splendid formula brewing on offense. Of course, the big test comes next week in South Florida against the Josh Allen-led Buffalo Bills. As all of our fathers will tell us, a Bills-Dolphins rivalry is good for the football soul. Thanks to the existence of Tom Brady, that rivalry’s been dormant since the 1990s.
Finally, maybe that has changed.
Once more, Jim Monos and myself rip around the NFL to wrap up the action. This episode focuses on those quarterbacks in prove-it seasons with Monos explaining his one-of-a-kind, scouting-based quarterback grading system.
Also, let’s just say he wasn’t surprised to see Mike Evans throw down in New Orleans. Back in Monos’ Buffalo days, he saw this side of Evans on a predraft visit.
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