I like the way Tua's coming out of his shell more this year. It's obvious he's determined to prove himself this year. Here's hoping he does.
I was surprised to hear some of the whiny media people who have criticized him taking offense to him pushing back to their comments. I guess those who give it can't take it.
Daniel Oyefusi (Miami Herald) wrote:
Tagovailoa also spoke on the main difference between playing at a major college program such as Alabama and in the NFL — “everyone on that field is so smart” — and gave insight into what his week of preparation looks like. Mondays are spent reviewing film from the previous game, Tagovailoa said. Tuesday is an off day but prep usually starts for the next game. By the time he enters the practice facility on Wednesday, Tagovailoa aims to know what defensive fronts and coverages he will see. On Thursday, there’s a focus on third down.
“There is time that you really have to invest as a quarterback playing in the NFL,” Tagovailoa said.
Hill co-signed Tagovailoa’s comments, saying there were times during organized team activities when he didn’t remember a play and Tagovailoa had to remind him what route to run. “His job is definitely tougher than mine, man,” he said.
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The Silent Assassin?