Former NFL Trent Dilfer was on the Rich Eisen Show this week speaking very highly about Alabama QB T
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Former NFL Trent Dilfer was on the Rich Eisen Show this week speaking very highly about Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa and his potential...

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Eh. Clemson exposed his pre read bull shite. I question his mental toughness. After every bad throw or pick, he would act “hurt”. Looks like he has the “loser’s limp” to me. That said, he is still a good QB, but he has an nfl supporting cast with an incredible OL, 3 NFL backs, and 3-4 NFL WRs too. Hard not to look good with easy reads and nfl talent. Looks like a less talented mariota to me.
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Dickriding
2 months
Kid is overrated af.
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I love how the above picture of Tua was right after alabama got their crimson asses waxed by Clemson and we can see glass made Tua crying like a bitch. Go tigers.
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Dickriding
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Tua is as soft arse fresh cat shite.
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He outran the entire LSU secondary with a blown out knee. lol!
2 months
Tua becomes average against good pass defenses. Clemson’s defense was baiting him into his throws.
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Against the 5 top 20 defenses he played he had 14 tds and 6ints, completed a little over 61%, and averaged over 250 yards. A little better than average
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Dickriding
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Tua just completed the best season throwing the football in College football history. He did this as a sophomore and 1st year starter.
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Its hilarious these idiots cant see that.
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That's our football coach! Mustangs!
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He used to gush like this over freaking Mark Sanchez
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I would say after the last few games last year there are questions on exactly how good he is. He obviously has great skills, but for the majority of the season, he had all day to throw to the best set of wide receivers in the country. He looked very mortal against good defenses(Georgia and Clemson) that had a good pass rush and could cover the receivers for some amount of time.
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Clemson was the best defense in the country and he was decent against them. They capitalized on his tendency to be too confident in his pre-snap reads and got 2 crucial picks off of it. NFL defenses will do the same thing if it isn’t fixed He’ll still go in the 1st round because worse qbs than him get taken that high every year
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i doubt you could find many sophomore put up numbers like that dude. imagine what he does now as a seasoned junior..he's good
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He was injured during both UGA and Clemson games. When healthy, he was unstoppable for a college QB. My biggest question about him in the NFL is when he plays with a mediocre supporting cast and faces more defensive pressure.
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