Tua Tagovailo’s second interception hinders Miami’s comeback effort

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Tua Tagovailoa‘s performance Sunday may add a sense of urgency to the Dolphins’ negotiations with the Texans for Deshaun Watson.

Xavien Howard made an interception of Matt Ryan, stealing the ball from Calvin Ridley as Ridley was lying on the ground. The Dolphins had a first down at the Atlanta 32, trailing by six points.

On the first play after the interception, though, Tagovailoa made one of the worst interceptions possible. Under pressure, he threw the ball straight to linebacker Foyesade Oluokun, who returned it 56 yards to the Miami 14.

It set up Cordarrelle Patterson‘s 3-yard touchdown run and a 27-14 lead for the Falcons.

Tagovailoa is 25-of-32 for 229 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.

3 responses to “Tua Tagovailo’s second interception hinders Miami’s comeback effort

  1. Tua threw a HORRIBLE interception that gave the ball back to Atlanta after Howard picked off Ryan, but at least he showed some heart. Maybe he`ll improve further next season under the Dolphins` new coaching staff.

  2. I been a dolphin fan since 72.i always be a dolphin fan but its hard to stay with them.dolphin fans deserve more.this team been rebuilding since Marino left.very disappointing that this team has not found the right people to get it going in the right direction..they keep hiring all these super star coordinators that don’t make a head coach (gase,flores). We make bad choices for QB and other positions.i believe our front office is sorry.one day this team might get it together.maybe Ross will be around long enough to see it.how damn long do we have to wait…

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