After getting kicked in the teeth by the Raiders in their first visit to Las Vegas, perhaps the reeling Broncos should look for direction from the …. Dolphins?
Yes, the Dolphins. In Miami, the Dolphins are also seeking their first winning season since 2016, and come into Empower Field on Sunday at 6-3 and riding a five-game win streak.
While quarterback Drew Lock has struggled in his second season, missing two games due to a shoulder injury and then throwing 10 interceptions in his five starts since returning, Miami has two capable quarterbacks on its roster. Journeyman veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick was 3-3 over the first six games, and earned the Dolphins’ first two victories on their current run before being benched for rookie Tua Tagovailoa.
Since coming back from a serious hip injury to take the starting job, Tagovailoa is 3-0, with wins over Rams, Cardinals and Chargers. Tagovailoa has completed 49 passes for 519 yards in his three starts, with five touchdowns and, more importantly, no interceptions. While Lock is playing inefficient hero ball, Tagovailoa’s working efficiently within his means. He is the first rookie quarterback in Miami history to win his first three starts, and in doing so he became the second QB in the modern era to not throw a pick and go 3-0.
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