This now makes Tagovailoa 4-1 as a starter in 2022, and 4-0 in games he’s completed.
However, besides his record in 2022, there’s another area showing how clutch the young QB is in 2022.
So what do these statistics say about the Dolphins star QB?
Tagovailoa Has The Best Passer Rating Among All QBs In 4th Quarter Of Games
When you need a clutch player in the fourth quarter, look no further than Tagovailoa.
Highest passer rating in 4th quarter of one-score games — 2022 #NFL season
— Jeff Kerr (@JeffKerrCBS) October 24, 2022
His 151.0 passer rating in the fourth quarter of one-score games is a statement of his 2022 season.
It’s his play late in games against the Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills that got the Dolphins out to a 3-0 start.
With him leading his team to come-from-behind victories, he’s showing how clutch he is this season.
While the Dolphins are behind in the AFC East, it’s their star QB that can help them return to the top.
However, for the Dolphins QB to remain on top, he needs to stay healthy.
Concussions Have Many Worried Over Tagovailoa’s Health
During a Thursday night game against the Cincinnati Bengals, the Dolphins QB suffered a horrible concussion.
This concussion has led people to fear for his health this season.
However, he threw caution to the wind Sunday night, leading some people to joke about him running after a concussion.
Tua on SNF “I learned that you know instead of taking big hits or running into people I can slide or throw it away”
Tua on his first QB run : pic.twitter.com/q4J3Di1YW8
— 🐬🔥KingNewzy 🍢🇵🇷 (@TheKingNewzy) October 24, 2022
While he’s a great QB, that’s proving to be clutch, he can’t risk hurting himself on running plays.
But that’s just how he is, wanting to be the best QB in the league while remaining the Dolphins clutch QB for 2022.