Watch: Brian Baldinger breaks down Tua Tagovailoa’s play vs Falcons

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Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa enjoyed an efficient, high volume half of football against the Atlanta Falcons over the weekend, steering Miami to 14 points before the half and at least another 6 left on the field after a 4th down turnover on downs inside the Falcons red zone and a long missed field goal before the half by kicker Jason Sanders. In all, Tagovailoa finished 16/23 passing for 183 yards and a score and the Dolphins’ offense had just one drive fail to surpass 66 yards of distance in the first half:

The 20-yards they gained in the final :30 of the half to set up Sanders’ missed field goal.

And it all came without wide receivers DeVante Parker, Will Fuller, Lynn Bowden Jr., Preston Williams, Allen Hurns, Isaiah Ford or Albert Wilson dressed for the game. To say Miami fans had a right to be excited would be an understatement. And to say Tagovailoa was sharp would be equally understating his performance.

That performance got a breakdown from NFL Network’s Brian Baldinger to start this week — and it serves as a mighty fun two minutes and twenty seconds of breaking down Tagovailoa’s play from Saturday night. We’ve attached it below so that you can take a look for yourself: