Tua Tagovailoa had an up-and-down rookie season in Miami, but expectations are high for the second-year Dolphins quarterback. Legendary NFL quarterback Dan Marino is a fan of what he’s seen from Tagovailoa so far. He believes the former Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback has what it takes to lead the Dolphins deep into the postseason.
Since Dan Marino retired back in 2000, the Dolphins have struggled to find a replacement to get them back to being yearly contenders. Marino is hoping that changes soon as he hopes Tua Tagovailoa can lead the Dolphins to the promised land. As fans we hope so too, because the past two decades have not been the greatest for Dolphin fans.
The Miami Dolphins have had 22 starting quarterbacks since the face of the franchise, Dan Marino, retired in 2000. The Pro Football Hall of Famer, a special adviser to the team since 2014, told ESPN's Cameron Wolfe that he has a good feeling about Miami's future with Tua Tagovailoa:. "He's...
MIAMI -- Seeing Miami Dolphins fans wearing his jersey take over Hard Rock Stadium never gets old for Dan Marino. Even 21 years after retirement, the Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback is still the man in Miami. "I was able to play here so long and to see the...
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Dan Marino reveals most important thing for Tua Tagavailoa if he wants to win Super Bowl with Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins legendary quarterback Dan Marino revealed the most important thing for current quarterback Tua Tagovailoa if the Dolphins want to win a Super Bowl. “I hope he does,” Marino said when asked if Tagovailoa could lead the team to the title. “It would be awesome for everybody, wouldn’t it? The most important thing is to be yourself, be who you are and work your butt off. It’ll work out.”
Dan Marino has set the bar incredibly high for Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. Miami Dolphins legend Dan Marino believes quarterback Tua Tagovailoa can make the quantum leap in his second NFL season in 2021, much like he did back in 1984. In Marino’s second season out of Pittsburgh, he...
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Since Dan Marino retired in 2000, the Miami Dolphins have been unable to find a franchise quarterback who can carry the franchise the way that he did. The organization is hoping that it has finally found one in Tua Tagovailoa. Marino, who has been serving as a special adviser to...
Dan Marino shares some strong words about quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. When Marino talks, folks in Miami tend to listen, and the all-time great seems to be all-in on Tua. Check out more sports coverage at BroBible here. Tua Tagovailoa may have appeared in 10 games for the Miami Dolphins during...
Facing pressure as the Miami Dolphins' starting quarterback, second-year pro Tua Tagovailoa is anxious to continue what he started. NFL Hall of Famer, and franchise great, Dan Marino has confidence in his team's quarterback of the future. "I hope he does," Marino told ESPN. "It would be awesome for everybody,...
For South Florida football fans, if something has Dan Marino’s seal of approval, it has to be the real deal... right?. Count second-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa among the things with said approval. Speaking with ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe, Marino explained what he’s seen from Tagovailoa that his him excited about a potential year-two leap from the 2020 fifth-overall pick.
On June 6th, 1979 the Kansas City Royals drafted Dan Marino in the 4th round of the Major League Baseball draft. And Dan Marino was very close to signing with the Royals to play major league baseball before his college football coach stepped in and stopped it. On a side note the Royals this same year also drafted John Elway in the 17th round.
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Records are meant to be broken, right? Well, not according to Miami Dolphins legend Dan Marino. As longtime New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick inches closer to Don Shula’s record for the most wins in NFL history, Marino openly admits he’s rooting against the future Hall of Fame coach and hopes he never gets there. Marino, who played 13 seasons for Shula, badly wants to see his old head coach hold on to his prestigious record, even if that means Belichick and the Patriots have to suffer for it.
Don Shula is the winningest head coach in NFL history with 328 wins. Bill Belichick is behind Shula with 280 wins and we know of one person who will not be rooting for Belichick. Dan Marino is hopeful that Belichick does not get that 329th victory to surpass Shula. But I also think all Dolphin fans and many NFL fans would love it if Belichick came no where close that Shula number.
111810 (Allen Eyestone/The Palm Beach Post) MIAMI GARDENS, FL SUN LIFE STADIUM...Chicago Bears vs Miami Dolphins..Dolphins Don Shula, Jake Scott and Bill Stanfill during the ring of honor ceremony. 111810 Spt Fins Ae 11 Jpg. Dan Marino wants you to know that he is 100% against Bill Belichick breaking the...