It’s officially time for the Miami Dolphins. Former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (Tua Tagovailoa) is the fifth-ranked rookie in the 2020 NFL Draft. He will win his No. 5 spot against the Los Angeles Rams in Miami on Sunday. A career starting point.
What can we expect from the talented left-hander in his first full game? What are his strengths and how will they affect the offense? Which areas will be closely watched?
Let’s take a closer look at the things that Tahovalova brought to the table, including what I was looking for from the former Crimson Tide star. When we discuss this issue, how do Joe Burrow and Justin Herbert view the first few weeks of their careers? We also check the two first-year QBs that have already taken action.
This is a brief look ahead to Tachovalova̵
This has always been the plan of the dolphin. Obviously, no matter how or how bad Ryan Fitzpatrick’s performance is, Tagovailoa will be him once the team thinks he is ready. Although Fitzpatrick has achieved some outstanding performances-his 80.6 total QBR ranks sixth in the NFL-in the 3-3 start of the season, Tahovalova is indeed well prepared.