Omar Kelly: Dolphins' uptempo offense brings out the best in Tua Tagovailoa's game in win over Bengals

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — There was no discussion of a benching. Wasn’t even a thought of telling Ryan Fitzpatrick to get warmed up for the second half just in case. In fact, replacing rookie Tua Tagovailoa after a rough first half Sunday’s game wasn’t even a thought that came to Brian Flores’ mind. The Miami Dolphins coach said the first time he thought about replacing Tagovailoa — like he did in a loss to the Denver Broncos — was when he got asked about it by the media following Sunday’s 19-7 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Flores is taking a ride or die approach to Tagovailoa as the Dolphins’ …

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