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21 hours ago Phinsider Victory Of The Week Open Thread Vol. 595
BILL INGRAM/THE PALM BEACH POST / USA TODAY NETWORK It’s Friday, so it’s time for us to welcome you to another VOTW post. Today’s open conversation prompt is just that - what is your victory for this week? Did something extraordinary happen this week? Is it the small thing worth celebrating? Was it Miami Dolphins related? Was it in your professional life? Your personal life? We all had something, big or small, that was a victory, and we want to know what yours was. This post is yours, the site member, aka one of our family here at the Phinsider. This post is your chance to share your victory from the last week. Your victory can be huge, like the birth of a new child/grandchild or finally getting that job or promotion you worked your rear off for. It can be a small thing like you won $100 on your lottery scratch-off ticket, or maybe it was a great overall week for you for another reason you wish to share. It’s your post and victory, so please feel free to share it with the rest of the site in the comment section below.
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2 days ago With or Without a Tua Tagovailoa Contract Extension, Expectations WON’T Change For the Dolphins in 2024
Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images The Miami Dolphins haven’t won a playoff game in 24 years. That needs to change in 2024 — with or without a long-term deal for Tua Tagovailoa. Any day now, the Miami Dolphins and quarterback Tua Tagovailoa could reach an agreement on a long-term deal. Or, maybe they’ll remain at an impasse, casting a shadow over the 2024 NFL season. Whatever happens, I think this needs to be said — loud and proudly: THE EXPECTATIONS FOR THE 2024 MIAMI DOLPHINS DO NOT CHANGE, WITH OR WITHOUT A TUA TAGOVAILOA CONTRACT EXTENSION! I’m sorry, but it doesn’t. We know that the Miami Dolphins are among the most explosive offenses in NFL history. We see how other teams replicate Mike McDaniel’s offense — with most teams adapting one form or another of the ‘cheat motion’ Miami made famous by mid-season. There’s even a coaching tree being started, and for the first time in a long time, players want to go to Miami — for more than just one last payday; now, it’s for an opportunity at a ring! And yet, none of that matters. No, seriously, it doesn’t matter (it does!) — at least not as much as it should to a dude who has been bleeding aqua and orange for the better part of 30 years, and I know there are many others out there, too. The stats are excellent, and winning regular-season games is fun, too. A lot of fun! And let’s not pretend like we all didn’t love to see Tua Tagovailoa’s name at the top of the league in passing yards, QB rating, and all those other fancy stats. His growth over the first four seasons has been impressive to watch. The DOLPHINS have been equally as impressive to watch. But besides good vibes and higher expectations, what does any of that really mean if the team turns into a pumpkin in the final weeks of the season and ultimately gets eliminated on Super Wildcard Weekend? Nothing. Nada. Zilch. Sure, injuries played a part, and the team played on the road at Winterfell vs. the defending Super Bowl Champions and the greatest quarterback of all time, Patrick Mahomes. But to say it wasn’t a disappointing month to end the season — outside of the playoff-clinching win vs. the Dallas Cowboys — would be an understatement. (Note: I understand the Dolphins had an obscene amount of injuries. But for the sake of the article, I have to remain steadfast in my beliefs! Oh yeah, and please check out the latest episode of Another Dolphins Podcast and subscribe if you haven’t already. :) ) So again, yes, it’s incredible that for the first time in a long time, the Dolphins have a YOUNG head coach who appears, by all accounts, to be an offensive MASTERMIND. We long dreamed of the day when Miami would have a quarterback who could do the things Tua Tagovailoa can. And it’s SO SICK to have two explosive, playmaking wide receivers in Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill. Hell, ODELL BECKHAM JR. is finally on the team, and let’s not forget Jonnu Smith (the best tight end in years). AND THEN there’s the running back room, which is led by veteran Raheem Mostert — who led the league in touchdowns last year — and De’Von Achane — who averaged nearly 8 yards per carry and proved to be capable of doing things other backs can’t. Oh yeah, they just drafted Jaylen Wright out of Tennessee. And that’s just on the offensive side of the football. One could argue that the defense is every bit as impressive with guys like Jalen Ramsey, Jaelan Phillips, Bradley Chubb, Zach Sieler, Calais Campbell, Kendall Fuller, David Long Jr., Jordan Poyer, Jordyn Brooks, Kader Kohou, and I think I just about named the entire unit. So, I get it — and I understand why Tagovailoa wants to get paid. Just as I admittedly understand what reservations Miami might have. But let’s put all of that aside for a second and address the elephant in the room. It’s been 24 years since the Dolphins have won a playoff game. That has to change this season. In fact, I’d go a step further and say they have to win the division after a late-season collapse and years of proof that this team isn’t the same on the road. These last few years have been like a movie; how that movie ends needs to change in 2024 — with or without a long-term extension for QB1. What are your expectations for Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins in 2024? Do you agree that it’s playoffs or bust? Should the team reach a long-term deal before the start of the regular season? Let us know in the comments section below! (P.S. I believe the Dolphins will pay Tua Tagovailoa before the start of the regular season.)
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