Hill, Ogbah, and Tua ... makes sense. Alain Poupart is a Tua-doubter, so, his comments should carry a little weight in his observations of him to those who are not convinced that he is our franchise QB. He needs convincing as well.
Alain Poupart (SI) wrote:
PRACTICE TOP PERFORMERShttps://www.si.com/nfl/dolphins/news/mi ... servations
— Hey, here's a surprise, Tyreek Hill again was a dominant player in practice. As we've seen in the practices in Miami, the dude is very, very hard to cover. He ended up with five catches in team drills on six targets, with the one incompletion coming on a pass breakup. There were no bombs on this day, just Hill consistently getting open for easy completions.
— The practice ended with the Buccaneers on offense for a two-minute drill and Ogbah was a major presence there, even though the drill didn't end well for Miami. Ogbah batted down a pass at the line of scrimmage on one play — now, there's something new!!! — before coming back a few plays later and getting around the edge to get to Tom Brady. Of course, Ogbah stopped as he got to Brady and the play continued, but that looked like a sack in a game situation.
— Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was very efficient running the offense and taking what the defense was giving him. By our calculations, he completed 14 of 19 passes in team periods and did some nice work in the two-minute drill to get the Dolphins in field goal position (even though that ended poorly). There were no highlight bombs like we've seen at times in practice, but Tagovailoa was on target on most of his throws