Tua Tagovailoa’s performance in last Sunday’s 20-7 season-opening victory over the New England Patriots was good enough to produce a win on an afternoon where the defense put together a stellar outing, but the Miami Dolphins quarterback came away feeling there was much to improve going into Week 2.
“There’s a lot of things that we wish we had back in the game,” said Tagovailoa, speaking after Wednesday’s practice. “It was great to look at them and learn from them, and then move on to this week against the Ravens.”
Tagovailoa and the Dolphins head into a hostile environment that has not been kind to Miami historically in Baltimore for a 1 p.m. kickoff at M&T Bank Stadium. The Dolphins’ two most recent trips there, before Tagovailoa arrived, were defeats by a combined…
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