Grading the Miami Dolphins 2022 draft class, all four of them

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Skylar Thompson (QB15) g Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports /

7h round – Skylar Thompson- C- I just know you anti-Tua folks are going to be all over this as if this means anything

I’m not here to say that Skylar Thompson is a bad player or anything like that. The guy just got drafted in the NFL draft. I’m pretty sure the guy is a very good player. And the fact that Chris Grier ad Mike McDaniel thought so highly of him to make him one of their draft picks automatically makes me think that Skylar Thompson has a little something going on.

That being said, the pick of Skylar Thompson has nothing to do with how management thinks about Tua Tagovailoa. If you feel differently, good for you. I don’t.

The Dolphins have Tua, and Teddy Bridgewater. Adding Skylar Thompson to the practice squad makes perfect sense.

Here’s the love that Skylar Thompson rightfully deserved after he was drafted plus more talk on how Tua needs to step up this year.

Thompson seems like a real gamer and I’m looking forward to seeing how he progresses as a pro. He threw for a ton of TDs and came up big in the big games. That’s stuff that I’m all about.