Mike McDaniel will always let you know exactly how he feels.
Whether he responds with a direct answer or blatant sarcasm, the Miami Dolphins head coach has provided plenty of entertaining sound bites throughout the NFL season and this week was no different.
When speaking to reporters, McDaniel was asked about star quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and whether he is benefitting from a system that any quarterback could thrive in.
McDaniel was having none of that and immediately shut the reporter down with a brilliant response.
Here is his full response to the question, a lot of great points made. He’s extremely adamant that everyone is dependent on each other for success and none of this would be possible without everyone executing like they have. pic.twitter.com/ggoIFl4CEw
— King of Phinland🐬👑 (@KingOfPhinland) October 18, 2023
Tagovailoa currently leads the NFL in passing yards with 1,876 through the first six weeks of the season and is tied with Kirk Cousins for the most touchdowns in the league with 14.
The Dolphins, meanwhile, sit atop the AFC East with a 5-1 record, while leading the NFL in total offense (498.7 yards per game) and points per game (37.2).
So, is Tagovailoa a system quarterback?
Like McDaniel said, who the F cares. The team is winning. And that is all that matters.
Up next for McDaniel, Tua, and the Dolphins is a trip to Lincoln Financial Field on October 22 to take on Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles in primetime on Sunday Night Football.
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