Okay, it’s been five days since Tua was named the starter of the Miami Dolphins. I know we’ve been getting into shouting and sometimes physical altercations with friends and family over the decision to make Tua the guy, thus relegating Ryan Fitzpatrick to the bench. Decisions like this can often bring out the worst in each other.
Even if Fitzpatrick played all 16 games, Myles Gaskin — the 25th of 25 running backs drafted in 2019 — would probably have lapped him. With the bye week now behind us, it’s fair to say Gaskin has been the team’s most surprising breakthrough player, stealing reps from his more accomplished, better paid teammates. Most thought Matt Breida and Jordan Howard would be Miami’s two-headed rushing monster.
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