Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa speaks out on throwing 3 interceptions vs. Buffalo Bills

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Miami Dolphins rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa made an effort to analyze the three interceptions that he threw in Sunday’s 56-26 loss to the Buffalo Bills.

The three interceptions surpassed the two he had thrown for the entire year and put a damper on his career-high 361 yards he threw for in the regular-season finale.

Even more painful for Tagovailoa and the Dolphins, the loss to the Bills puts their playoff hopes in severe jeopardy. To advance into the postseason, the Dolphins have to somehow hope that the 1-14 Jacksonville Jaguars can pull a major upset on the road against the Indianapolis Colts.

Tagovailoa was without the sideline counsel of Ryan Fitzpatrick after the veteran was forced into isolation after testing positive for the novel coronavirus.

Despite the disappointing performance, there appears to be no indication that the Dolphins are considering anyone other than Tagovailoa as their quarterback of the future.