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Look Into The Future
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Shiggy Miyamo

Did people give up on Allen his first year?

Allen had a cool 52% completion percentage his first season. It went along nicely with his 10TDs to 12INTs.

He was better year two, but nobody knew if he was "the guy" for Buffalo yet.

This season he proved he was a great talent. By this point, he had two full seasons to get used to the NFL and their offense, and Buffalo traded to get him a nice toy to play with(Diggs).



Tua had 11TDs to 5INTs this year, and a 65% completions percentage.


So yeah, I'd say he should have another shot with probably an improvement at WR, and hopefully RB. These guys are moronic talking heads.



Shiggy Miyamo

@Mike Pelligrino Allen had a cool 52% completion percentage his first season. It went along nicely with his 10TDs to 12INTs.

He was better year two, but nobody knew if he was "the guy" for Buffalo yet.

This season he proved he was a great talent. By this point, he had two full seasons to get used to the NFL and their offense, and Buffalo traded to get him a nice toy to play with(Diggs).

And Rosen? Arizona traded him after 1 season, because they wanted Murray, then Miami gave him a shot in his second year, but he didn't show any improvement. And he was far worse than Tua in year 1, just like Allen. He was 11TDs to 14INTs, and a 54% completion percentage.

Tua in year 1, even with the whole Covid thing preventing a full offseason for rookies to get ready this year, and coming off a major injury, was 11TDs to 5INTs, and 65% completion percentage.

So yeah, I'd say he should have another shot with probably an improvement at WR, and hopefully RB.



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Beep-Bop-Boop

These guys really have a grudge.

ariel Ortega

The Disrespect is reall !! SMH I can’t wait till Tua shuts up all these haters

David Yanez

@Leo Taormina u wanna compare receivers now but you guys weren't saying that when people were calling Herbert a "bust" because he didn't have the same players Tua and Joe had in college. Now look.

Tom Thibodeau

@Leo Taormina That's what all Miami fans say, but a good quarterback should lift his team no matter who he's throwing to. Many games Herbert was without his best receivers and made the back ups look great. With your logic you better have elite receivers on the field at all time so Tua preforms then.

Leo Taormina

@tomthibodeau. He has one less year of experience. He only played two and half years of college football. Herbert had hunter Henry and Keenan Allen. Two studs. Tua had terrible wide receivers so just see him ball this year with Fuller

Roy Benitez

This video by these two clowns absurd

Tom Thibodeau

@Ryan Keller Umm. Suck? Lol, Tua never showed signs of light like Herbert of Burrow. I'm not even a Charger fan but everytime Herbert dropped back you knew it was going to be good.

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mike f

I’m a dolphins fan so maybe I’m just being biased but the way this guy and Simms talk about Tua is so odd. It’s not like oh hey look we knew he was overrated which would be fine. They seem to like be very aggressive about it, like it seems personal Lmao

Highlander Holyfield

I think the raiders game is where most people stopped believing in Tua. He played 3 quarters and had 98 passing yards before Fitzpatrick came in and threw over 100 yards+ in less than 12 passes and won the game

Die hard knicks fan Since I was swimmin in the sack

@Nick when evaluating QBs tho you can’t just look at the numbers with college QBs coming into the draft lol that’s where the casual NFL die hard fans do. Casual meaning you just look at the stats. Same issues people saw in college is what we see in the NFL

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