Ryan Fitzpatrick talks about Tua

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Awesome statement from Fitz. Great to have a guy with that knowledge want to pass it on with no EGO. Looks like he is also saying that he will be coaching in his future.

I still think Tua would benefit most by sitting for a set number of games, no matter what. Give him the time to learn before he takes over. And I strongly believe that Flo should make him earn it also.
 

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Thought he played very good football all year long in 2019.

Those that said he's only good for a couple of games and then turns to crap were flat out wrong.

Obviously coach Flo likes him a lot. Glad Tua is getting to be mentored by a true professional.
 

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No dout Fitzmagic has the wisdom of a veteran. No doubt he understands many nuances better than most veterans--he's very smart. The fact he's making himself accessible is great. Hopefully Tua uses that and learns from him. Fitzpatrick knows his years are numbered. I believe his very kind and helpful words.
 
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This interview is one hour long and tells Fitz's life story.

The guy interviewing him Eric Wood was the all pro center for Buffalo and they played together a few years there

Very good but if you just want the part about Tua and Miami it starts in the last 16 minutes.
 
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