Yes, this season does come down to Tua, but let's not forget that Tua's record last year was 6-3. The team is being built to win with a balanced roster, and I would say that Miami improved their roster this offseason. The Dolphins have got to start winning in September under Flores. Let's not forget that Fitzpatrick started those games.
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The Dolphins aren't favored in the first two weeks of the season and could easily start 0-5 if they don’t pull out a victory in Las Vegas.
The betting market still seems to be buying into them even though they have the 10th-hardest strength of schedule in 2021. They have added seven cents to the over 9 win total price since Tuesday, which indicates bettors liked something in the order of their schedule. For my money, I am not seeing it, as the Dolphins' success will come down to Tua Tagovailoa’s improvement in Year 2.