A look at the highlights and lowlights for the Miami Dolphins in their Week 6 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England.
— The Dolphins’ first drive began with a clutch third-down conversion when Tua completed a 9-yard pass to Jaylen Waddle with a pass rusher bearing down.
— Tua’s best pass always has been the slant and it served him well on the opening touchdown drive, first with an 18-yard strike to Mack Hollins and later with the 6-yard touchdown pass to Waddle.
Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is expected to start after missing three games with fractured ribs. Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence will make the sixth start of his NFL career.
It’s about 61 degrees Fahrenheit at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, where journalists have an incredible midfield seat, outdoors, and about 30 rows up from the field.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are not looking much better overseas than they have looked in Florida, trailing the Miami Dolphins 13-10 at the half.
It was a mostly disastrous half for the Jaguars, with almost nothing going Jacksonville’s way and everything going Miami’s, with the Jaguars making Tua Tagovailoa look like prime Dan Marino despite the Dolphins missing two of their top three receivers.
It’s officially panic time for the Miami Dolphins.
After losing 23-20 on a last-second field goal to the Jacksonville Jaguars, who hadn’t won since Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season, the Dolphins are 1-5 in what promised to be a season that ended with a potential playoff berth.
Now questions abound from coach Brian Flores and GM Chris Grier on down, to co-offensive coordinators George Godsey and Eric Studesville, all the way to quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and the rest of the players.