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Miami Dolphins is a company based in the NFL. They have won the Super Bowl twice, including in 1972, where they were defeated all season. Only the Miami team has set this record. But the Dolphins are also a sleeping legend: no finals since 1985. Also, since the departure of their amazing quarterback Don Marino in 2000, they have been satisfied with four appearances in the playoffs, and have exhausted about twenty cubes.


So last year, in the first round of the Miami Draft, Dua Dakovilova (22) was selected for the quarterfinals of Alabama, the Jaguar of college football. Born into a Samoan family in Hawaii, Dakovilova, like its official first name Tuvanikamanule, is a high school football star. He was born right-handed but has a knack for throwing with his left hand. His father, a left-handed man, trained his son to throw with this hand.

Business success in the NFL first

In 2017, during his first year in Alabama, Dua Takovilova was transferred. But, in the second half of the final, he came in and delivered the touchdown, which crowned his team as champions. The following season, he could not bear to throw nearly 4,000 yards and 43 TDs. His name was on everyone’s lips as the promotional major for the next NFL draft in the fall of 2019. Actually young Hawaii started on a very good basis. But two injuries shortened his season and reduced his rating.

However, the Miami Dolphins are betting. And Tua Tagowailoa’s visit was a success: before the start of the 2020 season, his jersey was one of the best sellers in the NFL. However the former QB of Alabama was initially a replacement for senior player Ryan Fitzpatrick. The latter were erratic results, with Dakovilova thrown into the deep end after six games. A little “Dumania” was born later. The youngster began to combine good matches and allowed Miami to compete for the play-offs until the last day.

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Good first season

With so many defeats, the Florida team missed the pace for the final. However, in four years he signed on to his best season. Dua Dakovilova finished his first year of the Pro with an honor of 1,814 yards, 11 touchdowns and five interceptions. Expect beautiful things for 2021.

In fact, Miami and Dakovilova beat New England (17-16) and started well with good figures for the Florida quarterback. But very quickly, the mechanics got stuck. The following weekend, the Dolphins drowned against the buffalo (35-0) and Dua Dakovilova suffered a rib injury, missing three games.

Tacovilo Reliance Miami

His replacement, Jacobi Brisset, did not forget him. Also Miami’s shortcomings appeared: a young team, dependent on aerial play, with a heavily rearranged offensive line. The Dolphins have conceded seven consecutive defeats, practically creating a crossroads in the play-offs. Tagowailoa came out on top with decent figures, but missed the win against Houston (17-9) in early November, this time with an injured finger.

However, the former Alabama star, a week later, touched down with a win (22-10) against Baltimore. Before beating Miami against the NY Jets (24-17) last weekend. What else brings relief to its season. Will be confirmed Sunday against Carolina. But in Takovilova, to pass a course, look at his first real performance in the NFL.

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Proposed Trade Sends Buccaneers Former Pro Bowl Top-3 Pick QB

Getty Carson Wentz could be a possible trade option for the Bucs if Tom Brady retires.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may be in the market for a new starting quarterback just two years after signing Tom Brady. Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians admitted the team will explore creative options to solve the quarterback void if Brady retires. Brady has been quiet about his decision, except to emphasize he plans to take his time to talk over his options with his family.

ESPN’s Bill Barnwell outlined some of the top potential alternatives for the Bucs in the event Brady walks away from the NFL. Admittedly, very few of the options are as appealing as having the G.O.A.T. behind center but the Buccaneers may be forced to find a solution sooner rather than later. Barnwell believes Colts quarterback Carson Wentz could be a potential trade target for Tampa Bay.

“If you want to know how Arians feels about Wentz, consider who the then-Cardinals coach compared him to in 2017,” Barnwell explained on January 27. “Arians admitted that he loved Wentz coming out of school and grouped him with Luck and Roethlisberger, Arians’ two best pupils. Given Wentz’s size (6-foot-5) and almost fatalistic desire to extend plays within the pocket, Arians would likely love to work with Wentz if Brady retires.

“…The Bucs would also have to get creative to fit Wentz’s deal on their salary cap. He has just under $82 million over the next three seasons for a Tampa Bay team that would actually lose part of the $15 million in cap space it is currently projected to hold if Brady retires. The Bucs could be flexible if necessary, but would they have their own questions about investing in a player who would be on his third franchise in three seasons? Arians might want to push for a Wentz trade, but it wouldn’t be without risks.”

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The Colts Traded a First & Third-Round Picks for Wentz

The Colts traded first and third-round picks to the Eagles for Wentz last offseason and are unlikely to land something similar in a new deal from the Bucs. Wentz threw for 3,563 yards, 27 touchdowns and seven interceptions while completing 62.4% of his passes during the 2021 season. The quarterback’s consistency is not what you expect from a player with a four-year, $128 million contract, something that will likely make him hard to deal this offseason.

Wentz still has three seasons remaining on his deal and is set to have a $22 million salary in 2022. The one appealing caveat for the Buccaneers or any team potentially exploring a trade for Wentz is his contract has a potential out next offseason, per Spotrac. In other words, Arians gets a season to work with Wentz and the team can move on from the veteran quarterback in one year if they are not sold on him as the long-term solution.

Arians being the so-called “quarterback whisperer” could give the Bucs some optimism that they can return Wentz back to being a Pro Bowl quarterback and the prospect the Eagles selected with the No. 2 pick in the 2016 NFL draft.

The Bucs Are Open to Exploring ‘Door No. 2’: Signing a Free-Agent Quarterback

The Buccaneers could opt to turn over the offense to second-year quarterback Kyle Trask or Blaine Gabbert if Brady retires. That said, the Bucs roster is built to win now, and Arians hinted at exploring more proven options.

“I’d be comfortable if it is [a quarterback on the roster],” Arians explained during his January 24 press conference. “I like what we have, but again, you never know what’s behind Door No. 2. We kind of went down that road two years ago and there was Tom Brady. We’ll have to wait and see.”

Whoever replaces Brady in Tampa, whether it is next season or in the years to come, is likely going to be a bit of a disappointment. There is a chance the Bucs could acquire Wentz for a day-two draft selection, and his contract layout for 2023 makes him a veteran quarterback option who should not be ruled out for the right price.

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