1. Injury Prone
Lastly, and most importantly, both of these players are injury-prone. Oddly enough, some Tua Stans or TuAnon members still can’t admit that Tua Tagovailoa is injury prone. Do not listen to those people because they are lying to themselves and you.
Tagovailoa is injury-prone. He has been since college in 2018, and it has continued into this season. It will always be something you have to worry about and something you will need to understand.
In his nine-year NFL career, Bradford only played a full season twice. Bradford missed the entire 2014 season with a torn ACL. Bradford was a textbook case of an injury-prone quarterback, sustaining 11 injuries that forced him to miss time over his NFL career. And, had he not missed the entire 2014 season, he may have had even more.
Tagovailoa is on a very concerning path as well. He has already sustained three injuries in two seasons that have forced him to miss time, and that is not even counting that he was not ready to start his rookie season because of his hip injury.
One of Bradford’s biggest downfalls of his career was his inability to stay healthy, and one of my biggest concerns with Tagovailoa is if he can stay healthy in the NFL. It is weird how closely connected Bradford and Tagovailoa are, even to the issues of being injury prone.
I am not saying Tagovailoa is not better than Bradford, but I am saying that Tua Tagovailoa is Sam Bradford 2.0.