Tua Tagovailoa gets brutally honest about his interceptions after Dolphins’ big win over Giants

Tua Tagovailoa gets brutally honest about his interceptions after Dolphins’ big win over Giants

The Dolphins comfortably beat the Giants 31-16 on Sunday. Tua Tagovailoa played a great game but threw two interceptions.

The Miami Dolphins defeated the New York Giants 31-16 on Sunday, improving to 4-1 on the season. Tua Tagovailoa continued to lead the NFL’s most productive offense, throwing for 308 yards and two touchdowns in 73 minutes. However, his performance was not without flaws as he also threw two interceptions. Tagovailoa took responsibility for the mistakes after the game.

“My bad decision on the interception. But that’s football. You will make mistakes. That’s how you recover and play,” Tagovailoa said, per Joe Schad. “Now I know how to avoid interception. The second interception was poor ball placement. We can ask you to get in trouble with this kind of bad shade.

Tua Tagovailoa is typically among the most accurate passers in the league and does a good job of limiting errors, so these errors are somewhat unusual. He had thrown just one interception before Sunday’s game against the Giants. He also led the NFL in yards per completion with 13.6 to start the game. “At times we went the wrong way and didn’t play with our offensive structure,” Tagovailoa said.

Regardless, the Dolphins had no trouble winning this game comfortably, rebounding well from their blowout loss to the Buffalo Bills in Week 4. Miami also set an NFL record for most offensive yards Most over 5 matches in a season, with 2,527.

On one of his two touchdowns, Tagovailoa also said he had to call his own play, he couldn’t hear head coach Mike McDaniel, so he called his own play and made follow it.

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