The quarterback position for the Miami Dolphins was a three-man rotation in 2023. Here are the grades for Tua, Teddy, and Skylar.
The quarterback position for the Miami Dolphins was one of the most discussed topics of the 2022 NFL season.
It started with Tua Tagovailoa being the most polarizing quarterback in the league, with all the detractors saying that he could barely throw a football, and the subsequent “Tuanon” takeover. His performance (when he played) over the first 12 weeks was outstanding, and the silence from the cynics was deafening.
Then came the concussion issues, which created an entirely new and different narrative that the third-year quarterback would have to deal with. There was talk about whether he should ever play football again after Week 4, to which he answered by having MVP-like performances in the middle of the schedule. And then the final concussion, which forced him to miss the final two games of the regular season, as well as the Dolphins’ first playoff game in six years.
It looked like a different team with the backup quarterbacks under center. Teddy Bridgewater and Skylar Thompson were both given opportunities to throw the ball in one of the most high-powered offenses in the league, and neither did much of anything with their chances.
So, just how good (or bad) were they? Here are the grades for the quarterbacks on the Miami Dolphins roster for the 2022 season: