What a transformation Toa Tagovailoa Like a quarterback Miami Dolphin. From a Question Mark entering the NFL and fantasy season to going undefeated when the game begins (and ends), Tagovailoa leads a Miami team that wins five straight games, sits atop the AFC East and ranks with the best out there. on crime.
He’s been in a bit of a fantasy rage as well, having produced top-five center finishes in three of his last four starts. Tagovailoa was just the QB18 overall going into Week 12 after the Dolphins defeated the Houston Tx Sunday, But as we have noted Dalton Dale Donne:
Tagovailoa continued to play very well, as the scenario of the game was expected to hamper Miami’s offensive stats. Tua had 278 yards at the end of the first half but finished with 299.
The Dolphins led the Texans 30-0 at halftime and won 30-15. Oh, the odds of the ultimate Tagovailoa basics line. In any case, Week 13’s numbers will be even more interesting for Tagovailoa & Co., who have been tasked with visiting San Francisco for a game that pits two of the league’s hottest teams — and division leaders — against each other (the 49ers won four straight).
The Dolphins offense against the 49ers defense is particularly hot. Miami enters the game ranked third in total offense (386.7 yards/game) and sixth in points per game (25.6), while San Francisco ranks first in both total defense (281.7 yards/game) and average points allowed (15.7). .
And as for Tagovailoa’s potential production in your squad this week: Only five teams allow fewer fantasy points for quarterbacks than the 49 teams (13.8 per game). This is easily the biggest challenge he’s faced in weeks, especially given the Dolphins’ competition over the past month.
Here’s the quarterback—check out where Tagovailoa and the rest of the QBs landed in our analyst rankings for Week 13: