Tua Tagovailoa Dealing With Surprise Injury
Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has helped spark his team, leading them to wins in each of his first three NFL starts. With a win in Week 11 against the Denver Broncos, the QB will join Pittsburgh Steelers veteran Ben Roethlisberger in exclusive company.
Tagovailoa is dealing with a foot injury ahead of Sunday, but he was a full participant in practice on Wednesday.
Given that the injury didn't hamper the QB's participation in practice in any way, there should be little worry about his status for Sunday.
In his first three NFL starts Tagovailoa is averaging 15.7 completions for 170 yards per game. He's thrown 5 touchdowns (and 0 interceptions), including two straight starts with 2 TDs through the air. He has led the Dolphins to wins over the Los Angeles Rams, Arizona Cardinals, and Los Angeles Chargers in the past few weeks.
If the rookie can keep up his winning ways, he has a great chance of making a playoff appearence this year. The Dolphins currently stand at 6-3, just behind the Buffalo Bills (7-3) for the best record in the AFC East.
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