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30 minutes ago, Bleeding Bills Blue said:


His 2021 year has some concerning Tua trends.  Very RPO dependent, very short throw dependent, and the YAC numbers weren't very good for an offense of that style.

 

 

Agree with all that though I don't put the bolded really on Tua so much as I put it on bad offensive design and Waddle apart a lack of real twitchy, explosive guys. I think the plan is for McDaniels with his experience under Shanahan and the addition of Tyreek to help solve that YAC issue. But their offense will remain limited by the first two points. They are RPO, and by extension play action, and short game dependant. When they get behind they really struggle to generate those chunk plays. 

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On 6/14/2022 at 2:04 AM, GETTOTHE50 said:

Tyreek is going to sink that whole organization. Andy Reid managed him to best of his ability and Patrick force fed him the ball. There’s no way a young rookie head coach and a shoddy qb will be able to contain tyreeks frustration and keep him satisfied. I expect him to blow up Antonio brown style by half way through the season. 
 

I mean look, he’s regretting his decision of leaving the chiefs, bc he’s obviously not over them. 

This would be amazing. I hope you are correct. 

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Whether he is impressing or not, the new coaching staff is handling the situation a lot better than Flores did.   I still think Flores is a good defensive coach, but his handling of the QB situation in Miami was St. Doug like.    Getting positive press out there about Tua is a good start to building his confidence up.

 

That said, coming into the league I thought Tua was built to thin and had too weak of an arm to be an elite QB.   Still think he is smart, can manage an offense, and gets the ball out incredibly quick.   Is he a real threat in the division probably not, but he can be a solid starter for a few years.   His career most likely ends up as a high level back up.

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33 minutes ago, thenorthremembers said:

Whether he is impressing or not, the new coaching staff is handling the situation a lot better than Flores did.   I still think Flores is a good defensive coach, but his handling of the QB situation in Miami was St. Doug like.    Getting positive press out there about Tua is a good start to building his confidence up.

 

That said, coming into the league I thought Tua was built to thin and had too weak of an arm to be an elite QB.   Still think he is smart, can manage an offense, and gets the ball out incredibly quick.   Is he a real threat in the division probably not, but he can be a solid starter for a few years.   His career most likely ends up as a high level back up.

 

Your weak arm statement is the reason the Fins will never go anywhere with this guy. He can't make all the throws you need your QB to make to be successful at the NFL level. In our division Josh is tops of course but I think Wilson can develop into a really good QB. He can make the throws. Unlike with Darnold the Jets appear to be trying to give him some talent to work with.

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On 6/13/2022 at 10:14 AM, Big Turk said:

Must have been those 9 yard outs getting people hyped up 😂😂😂

 

 

Yikes...hyping up a 9 yard out from a perfect pocket that he threw one time.

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6 minutes ago, Greg S said:

 

My guess is by week 5 or 6. Tua has the arm strength of a 5 year old girl. 


One thing is for sure; nobody is going to accuse you of hyperbole. 
 

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23 minutes ago, jletha said:

Yikes...hyping up a 9 yard out from a perfect pocket that he threw one time.

That pass had no velocity, it was starting to float before it got to the receiver, seriously unimpressive. 

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35 minutes ago, Don Otreply said:

That pass had no velocity, it was starting to float before it got to the receiver, seriously unimpressive. 

That was also the game the Saints were taking people from the crowd to play because of Covid. If that's a highlight, I'm worried 

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27 minutes ago, Captain Hindsight said:

That was also the game the Saints were taking people from the crowd to play because of Covid. If that's a highlight, I'm worried 

We always have the video of the 30 yard wobbler he threw to Tyreke Hill in OTA's, where Hill had to slow down so quickly for the ball that he was proud of himself and raised one fist in the air. :thumbsup:

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Wasn’t gonna start a whole thread for this cause it’s really not even worthy of a post….however, it was so stupid it tickled me 😂. The way this idiots eye brows started arching at the end pushed me over the fence to post it. His eye brows looked like the eyes on they angled crying laughing emoji 🤣

 


Oh side note…I also get tickled every time I see this thread title 🤣😂🤣

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1 hour ago, StHustle said:

Wasn’t gonna start a whole thread for this cause it’s really not even worthy of a post….however, it was so stupid it tickled me 😂. The way this idiots eye brows started arching at the end pushed me over the fence to post it. His eye brows looked like the eyes on they angled crying laughing emoji 🤣

 


Oh side note…I also get tickled every time I see this thread title 🤣😂🤣

And…Tool of the year goes to?

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Miami fans currently are very optimistic for their season after these training camp footages, it’s actually kind of like the feeling in this board in the “good” years during the drought. 

 

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, syhuang said:

Miami fans currently are very optimistic for their season after these training camp footages, it’s actually kind of like the feeling in this board in the “good” years during the drought. 

 

 

 

 

A Poster in Twitter says this best. This is eye candy. took to much time to reach home, no safety on the field "eye candy"

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54 minutes ago, syhuang said:

Miami fans currently are very optimistic for their season after these training camp footages, it’s actually kind of like the feeling in this board in the “good” years during the drought. 

 

 

 

 

Except Hill and Waddle are the best wide receiver combo in the NFL. We never had that talent in the drought. People are underestimating Miami. 

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17 minutes ago, Awwufelloff said:

Except Hill and Waddle are the best wide receiver combo in the NFL. We never had that talent in the drought. People are underestimating Miami. 

That pass was a complete floater, our rookie Elam could defend that pass all day every day. Anyone of us could have taken a nap when the ball was thrown and woke up be fore it was caught,  Tua isn’t impressing anyone 

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