The Miami Dolphins essentially bet the farm for quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, and then they didn't exactly get the result they wanted (at least not yet). While rumors swirl about a potential trade for Deshaun Watson, head coach Brian Flores says he still sees improvement in Tagovailoa as the season progresses. "I think he's getting better every time he steps on the field. I think he's pushing the ball down the field more; he's making better decisions. I think he's making quicker decisions. I think he's doing a lot of things. Look, it's a small sample size, but every time he steps out there, I see progress."
With no Russell Wilson in the picture currently, the Seattle Seahawks have to pull all their eggs in backup Geno Smith's basket. Of course, things could be worse, but Smith isn't exactly blowing folks away here. Head coach Pete Carroll said on Tuesday that they don't really have any other choice at the moment, and Smith is still the starter. "He's managing the game well. I would like him to get the football out, be more open to throw the ball away. We talked about it in the locker room after the game."
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