I hate to say it, but after seeing the Dolphins flirt with Brady this offseason, this is a possibility. Hopefully the OL does their job so that we can fairly evaluate Tua, and Tua doesn't miss another handful of games due to injury. I hate the thought of blowing a top 5 draft pick.
Mike Masala (Dolphins Wire/ USA Today) wrote:
During a segment called “What’s More Likely” on a recent episode of “The Rich Eisen Show,” Eisen was asked a question regarding the Dolphins’ future at the position. Is it more likely that Tagovailoa has 30 total touchdowns (passing and rushing) in 2022 or Brady is Miami’s quarterback in 2023?https://dolphinswire.usatoday.com/2022/ ... tom-brady/
Eisen’s answer was surprising.
“That’s the one that’s more likely – that Tua struggles and Brady is the quarterback in 2023,” Eisen said. “I don’t think Tua’s going to combine for 30 touchdowns. That’s a lot of touchdowns, and I know this offense can turn into a lot of touchdowns, but he would have to go from 33 in his first two seasons where he hasn’t played a full season whether it’s due to injury or the fact he wasn’t ready when he was removed for the recently-retired, soon-to-be Amazon star Ryan Fitzpatrick. That’s a tall order. That’s a tall tall order… I want Tua to succeed, but that he’s not the quarterback next year, and it’s Brady? [That’s] more likely than Tua combining for 30 touchdowns this year.”