Tua Tagovailoa compares the crime of dolphins to the crime of Alabama
Bringing a new head coach into the organization usually comes with a lot of changes.
For the Miami Dolphins, bringing in Mike McDaniel has completely changed an entire aspect of the game. Instead of working with multiple co-ordinating coordinators, Tua Tagovailoa will work closely with McDaniel and offensive coordinator Frank Smith on the new system.
However, for Tagovailoa, this system is not 100% new to him.
“It’s just like what I ran in Alabama, which in a sense makes it a little easier, literally and figuratively,” Tagovaloa told a news conference Wednesday. “It simply came to our notice then. Learning literally, learning where everyone is going, listening to a mic or frank or anyone trying to make a call to a headset, and then trying to call again. It’s something I want to make better. “
Tagovaloa’s best days are during his Crimson Tide, so getting Miami’s offense back on track should help him see and understand what’s going on in the field in front of him, leaving him confused from the next day until the end of the game. .
Of course, Tyrick Hill and the modified offensive line will also make a difference.