3. Miami Dolphins
Tua Tagovailoa’s NFL career is just two years old, but it feels like he’s been scrutinized from the moment he stepped foot onto the field. He needs help. Period. The Miami Dolphins have the worst offensive line in the NFL and a real lack of weapons in the receiving game. Jaylen Waddle was an absolute revelation as a rookie, but he doesn’t fit the mold of a prototypical outside receiver and as good as Mike Gesicki is as a receiving tight end, he might not even be with the Dolphins in 2022.
Outside of those two targets, Tagovailoa doesn’t have much to work with. He needs a steady, reliable, and dangerous threat on the outside: enter Amari Cooper. It makes sense. He’s a Miami, Florida native. He’s a true number one receiving threat and if Cooper wants a big deal, the Dolphins have the cap to make it work.
It’s also safe to assume that new Dolphins head coach, Mike McDaniel, would maximize Cooper to his full potential while also striving to get the best out of his quarterback. It’s probably even safer to assume that throwing to a receiver like Cooper would absolutely get this best out of Tagovailoa.