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Tagged: Tua Tagovailoa (66 Results)

Podcast: WE'RE BACK! July 22 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff kick off the 2022 season of the podcast with a team-by-team look at the AFC East. Sponsored by Fantasy Football Index magazine (get your copy right now!) and Fantasy Index Weekly.  more »

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Jul
11

Dolphins WR Hill has message for Tua critics

New Miami Dolphins wide receiver TYREEK HILL said late last week that critics will be “taking their words back on what they said” about young quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA. Many have questionedMore Tagovailoa’s arm strength and whether or not he will be able to take advantage of Hill as an asset in the deep passing game. Hill, meanwhile, has continued to speak highly of his young signal caller at every opportunity. Less

Source: NFL.com

Around the NFL: Tyreek Hill

When top players go elsewhere in free agency or get traded while under contract, it's safe to say it's frequently about money. Seldom does anyone admit that, though, usually saying it's because of their role or how they were used in the offense. The latest example involves Tyreek Hill.   more »

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Jun
6

Tagovailoa pushes back against arm strength perception

Miami Dolphins quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA pushed back last week against critics that have questioned his arm strength. And during a minicamp session, Tagovailoa completed a pair of deep passes to wideMore receiver TYREEK HILL (for 45 and 55 yards) as further evidence that there are no issues with his arm strength. Tua did lead the NFL last season in completion percentage on passes of at least 25 yards downfield (completing 50%) – but he attempted only 18 such passes, the second fewest in the league. Tagovailoa has also claimed that his lack of downfield passing was more a result of play calling than natural ability. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Apr
18

Dolphins QB Tagovailoa excited for 2022 season

Miami Dolphins third-year quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA said late last week that “exciting times” are in store for the team heading into the upcoming season. Expectations are high for the Dolphins andMore Tagovailoa after hiring a new head coach, the addition of several free agents, and a blockbuster trade that brings star wide receiver TYREEK HILL to town. Tagovailoa improved in his second season but he will enter 2022 with his sixth different offensive coordinator in as many seasons, dating back to his college days at Alabama. Less

Source: NFL.com

Factoid: Tua Tagovailoa

Miami has the fastest pair of wide receivers in the league. Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle can both fly. But do the Dolphins have a quarterback who can bring them to life?   more »

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Mar
4

Door shut on Watson trade, Dolphins to roll with Tua

Miami Dolphins GM Chris Grier said this week that the “door is shut” on a possible trade for embattled Houston quarterback DESHAUN WATSON, adding that the team feels good about movingMore forward with young signal-caller TUA TAGOVAILOA. The Dolphins were linked to Watson after he initially sought a trade from Houston in January 2021. Miami will now enter a pivotal third season with Tagovailoa, who will be learning a new offense under new head coach Mike McDaniel. Less

Source: Miami Herald

Factoid: Jaylen Waddle

Mike McDaniel was talking up Jaylen Waddle last week, and that makes sense, with Waddle coming off a rookie season that included 104 catches. But McDaniel will need to figure out some ways to better get Waddle downfield for some more impactful plays.   more »

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Feb
11

New Dolphins coach not concerned about QB Tagovailoa’s development

During his introductory news conference on Thursday, new Miami coach Mike McDaniel said that he is not concerned about quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA’s development or how good he can be. McDaniel addedMore that he’s concerned about the team growing together as a unit, especially considering a quarterback cannot win by himself. Stay tuned, fantasy owners. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jan
10

Dolphins WR Waddle sets rookie record

Miami Dolphins wide receiver JAYLEN WADDLE set an NFL rookie record for receptions in a single season in Sunday’s win against the New England Patriots. Waddle broke Anquan Boldin’s record, setMore in 2003, when he caught his 102nd pass on the fourth play of the game. Miami drafted Waddle sixth overall in the 2021 NFL Draft, pairing him with his former college and current NFL quarterback – TUA TAGOVAILOA. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Podcast: November 19 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 11 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by Fantasy Index Weekly and RotoWire.  more »

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Nov
16

Tagovailoa to start for Dolphins vs. Jets

Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores said on Monday that quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA will be the team’s starting quarterback against the New York Jets on Sunday. Flores added that Tagovailoa will be limited throughout the practice week but the expectation is that he will be the starter on Sunday.

Source: Team Blog

Podcast: November 11 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff review Week 9 of the NFL regular season and look ahead to tonight's Ravens-Dolphins game. Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports (rtsports.com).  more »

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Nov
10

Tagovailoa day-to-day ahead of TNF

The Miami Dolphins listed quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA as a limited participant on Tuesday’s estimated practice report with just two days remaining until a Thursday Night Football showdown with the Baltimore Ravens.More Tagovailoa has a fracture in the middle finger in his left hand that is impacting his throwing ability. Head coach Brian Flores said on Tuesday that the Dolphins are taking things “day-by-day” with Tagovailoa. JACOBY BRISSETT will get the starting nod if Tua is not available. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Podcast: November 5 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 9 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by Fantasy Index Weekly and RotoWire.  more »

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