The Miami Dolphins have their franchise quarterback and need to develop Tuat Tagovailoa but behind him, it needs to be better.
Considering that there are so many questions about Tua Tagovailoa it is not a surprise that quarterback is one of the three areas of concern. I don’t consider myself to be mainstream media but instead, just a guy who writes what I see and then allows you to agree, or more often than not, disagree with me.
In the case of the Dolphins’ quarterbacks, Tua is a question mark. I think he will be absolutely fine this year and will still need to grow but I think he legitimately can lead this team to the playoffs and even advance in round one. The position is on this list for two reasons. 1: There is uncertainty with Tua until he proves otherwise and 2, the depth isn’t great.
Jacoby Brissett is a one-year rental and Reid Sinnett isn’t showing much in mini camps and OTAs. The Dolphins need to find a backup QB that will stick around for more than a year or two. Even Dan Marino had Don Strock for many years and Miami had Matt Moore as well. Brissett is capable of being a decent backup that can come in and play off the bench if needed, but if he won’t be around after a year, why bother? Miami should have drafted a young QB in the mid-rounds of the drafts to develop for this purpose.