Yes...of course we’re talking about 3 weak opponents...Duke, New Mexico State and a bad South Carolina team...doesn’t impress me much.Tagovailoa threw for a career-high in passing yards as Bama routed South Carolina on the road.www.si.com
Looks pretty darn good to me...
Character is one thing, but what does his faith have to do with anything?There are many entitled assholes that are religiousThis whole Tua saying he won't play for Miami garbage is the funniest thing so far and that's saying something.
This kids character and faith is so high there is no doubt he would never pull some entitled crap like an Elway or Manning... So laughable
Just do a little digging into his background and upringing and you'll learn all you need to know about this guy.
Or Jordan Love potentially. Easton has a cannon on him, and there is also Frohm? It looks like a pretty deep class, but is definitely better with Tua...Seeing mock drafts already with Herbert as pick #2 in the draft, I’m guessing that’s the answer to “what happens if Tua stays in school.” -at least I hope it is. I don’t have faith that holding out yet another year for a QB will pay off with how unpredictable things are. Comes down to how much they value Herbert, but I really like him personally.
His career stats are strong:Yes...of course we’re talking about 3 weak opponents...Duke, New Mexico State and a bad South Carolina team...doesn’t impress me much.
One...it's debatable whether he comes out after Lawrence. Two, even if he was #2 money ain't nothing to sneeze at. Three, I looked at the potential FA's only one DE fits the talent/age equation (Yannick Ngakoue) . because Clowney already gave us the cold shoulder...only one FA RT fits the bill (Conklin) but he a walking injury report...one LT (Greg Robinson) is worthy, and that's sad because he's only not been called a bust because he's not worth the keystrokes...FA Guards (Boehm, Peat). I'd bring in Joshua Garnett now and see if he can be reclaimed.Tua isnt staying in school. He'll get drafted behind Lawrence. Also, Miami has enough cap room and draft capital to turn it around very quickly.