After 35-14 in the fourth round, the Miami Dolphins scored 28 points in the final frame to open the way for a remarkable comeback against the Baltimore Ravens. Miami midfielder Tua Tagovailoa had six touchdown passes on the day, marking the second game in his career with more than two touchdown passes and the first game he had more than four. Tagovailoa has been under a lot of pressure to perform this season, and he appeared to silence a lot of doubters on Sunday with his comeback against a solid Ravens defence.
I’m here to be a negative Nancy. I’m not saying Tagovailoa’s performance on Sunday wasn’t great. It was. Some of the throws he makes are *make Italian hand gestures * Chef’s Kiss! But think of players who threw for more than six touchdowns in a recent game. As of 2010, the list includes the likes of Patrick Mahomes, Ben Roethlisberger, Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees, but it also includes Ryan Fitzpatrick, Matt Flynn, Nick Foles and Mitchell Trubisky.
So it looks like there are three options, either he falls into disrepair as the last three men, becomes the Hall of Famer as the first five, or continues to be a mediocre quarterback. . Foles and Trubisky First, Tagovailoa threw for 469 yards (second most of the three quarterbacks listed) with most of those yards coming in clutch time.If those six were more spread out, I’d be less. tend to put more faith in the Rewind, but the fact that so much of that metric and most of those touchdowns come in times of crisis suggests a clutch element we hadn’t seen in the previous Tamper. Maybe not, but now he’s shining that side of him with us and we just can’t let it go.
That being said, Trubisky’s Six-TD performance bears a few similarities to the Tagovailoa. This is Tua’s second game in Mike McDaniel’s system. Trubisky has his six-game TD game just four games during Matt Nagy’s tenure in Chicago. However, when Trubisky is leaning on the likes of Tarik Cohen, Taylor Gabriel and Trey Burton, Tagovailoa is arguably the best receiving team in the NFL. Tassel looks good, but how much of his success can be attributed to Tyreek Hill’s game breaking speed, Jaylen Waddle’s elusive ability or McDaniel’s system? I do not know. Tua was able to knock out a lot of that deep shot to Hill in the bread basket, but Hill is also open. Would it be more impressive to take those deep throws or for Hill to find a hole in the sub-team consisting of Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters and Marcus Williams?
All I’m saying is that while it’s always fun to look at recent performances and judge someone’s future after a career match, it’s probably best to refrain from the odds. hope. After all, neither Trubisky nor Nagy survived four more seasons in the Windy City. I hope things will be different in South Beach, but we can’t be sure yet.