“Clickbait Klump is at it again!” Call it whatever you want, call me whatever you want, literally say and do whatever you want. That doesn’t change that this should be Tua Tagovailoa’s last game as the Miami Dolphins quarterback.
Miami was wrong, everyone; it’s okay to admit a mistake early and move on from it. And Miami made a franchise-crippling mistake taking Tagovailoa over Justin Herbert, or not trading up or tanking right to draft Joe Burrow. You could even make the argument they made a mistake drafting Tagovailoa over Jalen Hurts too.
And HURTS is the perfect word because man does it hurt.
Tagovailoa just doesn’t have what it takes to be an elite NFL quarterback. He is small, has a weak arm, struggles to read an NFL defense, has questions about his leadership, and is injury prone. Yes, it’s Year 2, but if you can’t see where this is headed, you just don’t want to see where this is headed.
Just because Miami gave Ryan Tannehill seven years does not mean they should accept mediocrity from Tagovailoa any longer.
Miami needs to find an elite quarterback this offseason because Tagovailoa has now wasted two years already of an elite, Super Bowl-caliber defense.
There are some fans that will get angry at the idea of this, but they are either only Tua fans or they will be okay once an elite quarterback comes in and consistently throws the ball 10+ yards down the field.
This should be Tua Tagovailoa’s last game as the Miami Dolphins quarterback.