3 reasons the Miami Dolphins can’t afford to pass on Tua Tagovailoa

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With the season coming to an end and the NFL now able to “officially” set the order of the upcoming 2020 NFL Draft in Las Vegas, talks of what teams should or could do will only start to intensify. For many teams, the offseason started weeks ago, so there is no shortage of varying opinions and expert insight into who should be taken where and team needs that should be focused on. One of the more fun and interesting teams heading into this years draft is the Miami Dolphins.

Just like the Oakland Raiders in the 2019 draft, they possess three of the 32 first round picks we will see highlighted on Thursday April 23rd in Las Vegas. The Dolphins are poised to really improve their team this year as they venture through this rebuilding process.

After having potentially the greatest college football season we’ve seen from a quarterback at that level, it is almost certain the Bengals will use their first overall pick on LSU’s stud senior Joe Burrow. That puts the Dolphins in a prime position to take the former consensus QB1 with the first of their three picks.

Here are the three reasons why Miami shouldn’t hesitate to pull the trigger on Tua Tagovailoa when they’re on the clock at No. 5 overall.