clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Phinsider Question Of The Day With Poll-12/02/2020

Miami Dolphins v Arizona Cardinals Photo by Chris Coduto/Getty Images

The last time we delved into the quarterback question for this team I am not sure many of us thought that our Miami Dolphins would be in line for a legitimate shot at a spot in the playoffs but here we are and well, we are... So now the question on who starts as quarterback becomes all that more important.

So tonight’s Phinsider Question Of The Day is should the Dolphins go back to Tua Tagovailoa as our starter or should we stick with Ryan Fitzpatrick through to the playoffs or at least until we are out of contention if that occurs?

Please give us your answer and the reasoning behind your thinking below-


Should the Miami Dolphins start Tua Tagovailoa (once he is healthy) or Ryan Fitzpatrick so long as this team has a legitimate shot at making the playoffs this season?

This poll is closed

  • 26%
    Clearly we should stick with the long time veteran, Ryan Fitzpatrick, so long as we have a shot at the playoffs.
    (67 votes)
  • 33%
    When Tua Tagovailoa returns from injury he clearly needs to be placed back in the starting position.
    (86 votes)
  • 40%
    I would prefer to see Tua Tagovailoa out there if Chan Gailey would just take off the training wheels and let Tua do what he does, if not we might as well stick with Fitzpatrick.
    (102 votes)
255 votes total Vote Now

As this is a nightly post also feel free to not only discuss the question/topic of the day but to use this as a live thread where the rules are pretty wide open and you can discuss nearly anything so long as your continue to follow the site rules. Speaking of site rules the three rules that come with a zero tolerance policy is that we do not allow ANY personal attacks against your fellow Phins fan or even a troll from another site. Flag it and walk away, do not get yourself banned over another’s stupidity. Beyond that there is no discussion or even references to anything remotely religious or political. There are plenty of sites for those discussions elsewhere but this is not and never will be one of them.