Greg Cote: Why Dolphins turning to rookie QB Tua now is risky timing — but the right move

MIAMI — The scene: Bourbon Street in New Orleans at the height of Mardi Gras, pre-pandemic. The boulevard is packed with revelers, beads are flying. It’s an undulating, nonstop party.And there’s that one guy on a milk crate with a bullhorn, warning all of the sinners to repent.The Miami Dolphins quarterback change as reminded me a little of that.The vast majority of Dolfans are in party mode, cheering the elevation of rookie Tua Tagovailoa to the starting job. Beads and hope are flying. I’m old enough to have been at the very first Dolphins expansion game with my dad in 1966, know this franchi…

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