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What If Tua Tagoviloa Was Not 100% Healthy As A Rookie?

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Miami Dolphins fans can be put into very distinct categories when it comes to how they feel about quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

Some say Tua is the guy, so let’s build the team and roll. Others say he’s definitely not the guy, so let’s trade for Deshaun Watson or Russell Wilson. And then some say the jury is still out but they will just trust Miami to make the right decision either way.

Tua’s rookie year was a mixed bag. It also didn’t help that Joe Burrow and Justin Herbert instantly looked like franchise quarterbacks of the future.

In this week’s episode of Talking About Them Dolphins, Jamie Bahamas raises the question of if Tua was 100% healthy in his rookie season?

Does that change your perspective on the future of Tua and the Miami Dolphins?

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Lead Writer for primarily covering the Miami Dolphins. Jamie is a lifelong sports fan and a student of the game. Jamie religiously attends Dolphins Home Games and considers Miami the coolest city on the planet. You can follow Jamie on Twitter @TheJamieBahamas and Instagram @JamieBahamas



  1. DW

    March 16, 2021 at 3:10 pm

    When I was watching Tua play there were times I had a strong suspicion he was not a 100% healthy. It was just little things I noticed he did that indicated he was playing hurt. I am glad to see he is working hard in the off season, and hopefully with some more offensive weapons he will vastly improve this upcoming season. Go Phins!

  2. Anonymous

    March 16, 2021 at 4:13 pm

    i think all the haters need to give Tua a chance!In my mind the dolphins havent had a quqterback since 1999 ,lets upgrade the offense and get a real pictue of what Tua is capable of.

  3. Silvio Morales

    March 16, 2021 at 6:41 pm

    Ok, so,what if he’s 100% healthy…. We have to be positive.

  4. Anonymous

    March 19, 2021 at 12:11 am

    I thought they would’ve rested Tua last season due to the severity of his injury. I guess it was their way to see his potential and how they can adjust to him this year and not wait until the next year? I felt Tua was not at 100% because his confidence using his pegs and hips had to be relearned and built back up. I know he will improve immensely this year.

  5. Lisette

    March 21, 2021 at 6:22 pm

    I agree, just as if you would not break down a house that is still understand construction, you shouldn’t break down a team that is still being built.

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