Joe Burrow was the 2020 NFL Draft’s No. 1 pick and Justin Herbert may win “Offensive Rookie of the Year,” but only one rookie QB will be playing meaningful games as the season enters its final stretch, and that QB is Hawaii’s own Tua Tagovailoa.
With that in mind, we’re pleased to announce that you can listen to Tua’s next three games on ESPN Honolulu (92.7 FM/1420 AM) and our sister station, CBS 1500.
Overall, in six games, Tua is 86 for 136 (63.2%) for 898 yards, 7 TDs and no INTs. More importantly, the former Saint Louis School standout is 4-1 as the Miami Dolphins’ starting signal caller.
According to “The Phinsider,” Tua has joined Dan Marino, Ben Roethlisberger and Dak Prescott as the only rookies to go 4-1 with a quarterback rating of 95.0 or better in their first five starts.
Here’s how you can listen to Tua Tagovailoa in action for the next three weeks:
(Schedule subject to change)
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