1. Tua Tagovailoa has a great game on his return from injured reserve
All eyes will be on starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa in Week 6. Miami plays Jacksonville at 9:30 AM EST in London. It will be the only game on, and it will be the only game people are watching. And they will be watching and watching hard.
Tagovailoa will start his first game since Week 2 after he took a routine hit after throwing the football that led to a trip on injured reserve. Contrary to popular Dolphins Twitter belief, that was not the hardest hit in NFL history, and a hit like that happens each and every week.
The former No. 5 overall pick starts for his 1-4 Dolphins, and a loss to the Jaguars would be a nightmare for him and his fans. The Tua Stans have already been in full force, making Tagovailoa excuses for him as if the game had already been played. Well, I am here to tell you, using one of the greatest wrestlers ever, Spencer Lee’s words, “Excuses are for wusses.”
I do not care who is out, who is blocking, or who is calling the plays. None of that matters to me because Tagovailoa was the No. 5 overall pick. It is time for him to either shut every one of his haters up and go out there and lead Miami to a big win or prove that his haters are correct.
I believe that Tagovailoa will have a big game and shut some people up. I have never questioned Tagovailoa’s talent, and I think he has a ton of it. If he could stay healthy, I said he could be a top 10 quarterback, but the only issue is he hasn’t been able to stay healthy.
In Week 6, Tagovailoa will stay healthy, and he will throw for over 300 yards and two touchdowns, all while leading Miami to a win that will save their season for now.