In a surprising development this week on 'Good Morning Football', Jamie Erdahl appeared to back under-fire quarterback Tua Tagovailoa to lead the Miami Dolphins all the way to the playoffs this season. She believes Tagovailoa can handle the pressure and loosen up his passing game to do battle with hotly tipped AFC East division rivals the Buffalo Bills. The New England Patriots will also provide stiff competition though Miami have been known to catch the Patriots off guard. With new coaching staff and a revamped offense that's built for hyperspeed, the storied Florida franchise has brought the feel-good factor back to the streets and beaches of Miami.
'Good Morning Football viewers got a taste of a Jamie Erdahl expletive first thing Monday morning. Erdahl was discussing Tua Tagovailoa’s unreal day and the Dolphins’ fourth-quarter comeback, and she was very excited about it. Some would say a little too excited, especially when she compared Tagovailoa’s performance on Sunday to his showing in Alabama’s national championship game against Georgia in 2018. Erdahl mentioned how Tua was sacked on his first snap in overtime that game, and Nick Saban was “losing his sh-t.”
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Tyrod Taylor speaks with Jamie Erdahl / Joe Burrow passes his cap to Jamie Erdahl
Adding petrol to the fire is veteran quarterback Joe Flacco who's been rolling back the years with divisional underdog the New York Jets.
Jonny Gomes & Jamie Erdahl hit the showers
Jamie Erdahl's fellow Minnesota Vikings fan Mike Florio takes a timely relook at Tua Tagovailoa with sports reporter Myles Simmons
I like Jamie. But I miss Kay Adams on NFL Live too. But Jamie is in the seat.
I miss Kay Adams too. Those are some hard shoes to fill, but I think Jamie Erdahl's been terrific since stepping up to occupy the chair at the head of the table. That's a lot of muscle testosterone to handle on a Monday morning.
Adams is a Chicago Bears fan from Chicago, Illinois. Erdahl is a Minnesota Vikings fan from Bloomington, Minnesota. Both NFC North fans!!
"Movies are the enemy of the novel because they are replacing novels. Novelists shouldn’t write for the movies, unless, of course, they discover they’re no good at writing novels." - John Irving
Mike Florio and Peter King shared some stern words about the safety measures in place for NFL players following Tua Tagovailoa's worrying injury sustained during the Miami Dolphins' trip to Cincinnati to play the Bengals. It came just several days on from Tagovailoa's swift return to game action having looked seriously wobbly during the Dolphins' encounter with the Buffalo Bills.
Mike Florio and Peter King discuss Tua Tagovailoa's latest injury report
Best wishes to Tua with his recovery. Seems he's had more than his fair share of bad luck with issues and injuries.