The rising star QB of the Miami Dolphins, Tua Tagovailoa, is in a better position than he was two months ago. After taking a brutal hit against the Cincinnati Bengals, the QB came back stronger and better. Part of the reason he looks so recharged is his newborn boy!

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Thanksgiving is near. Therefore, the 24-year-old wanted to express his gratitude to his wife and his little son. The Alabama University product spoke to reporters. He talked about being a husband to his wife, Annah Gore, and mentioned his son for the first time.

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Tua on being a father: It’s very unique how having a child impacts how you view life. There is no playbook for this. It changes the perspective. I’ve always had a tremendous heart for kids. But to go home and see him smiling and laughing is the best thing in the world. pic.twitter.com/iMD1LFowOB

— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) November 23, 2022

“I’m thankful for a lot of things, very thankful for a lot of things. I would say I first off have to be thankful for my family, my parents, my siblings. I’m very thankful for my wife. I’m very thankful for our child that we have together. I am also very thankful for our coaches and our coaching staff,” Tagovailoa said. The new father said that having a daughter would have been difficult since he grew up with cousins who were boys. However, he would have managed.

Along with being thankful for his loving family, he thanked his teammates, “the janitors that are around here, the kitchen people, everyone that is a part of this organization.”

Fans cheered for Tua Tagovailoa and see him as an NFL MVP

After the Miami Dolphins’ fourth victory, the crowd at the Hard Rock Stadium chanted in unison. They screamed, M-V-P, M-V-P” twice when the matchup was in procession.

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The lead QB of the team threw three touchdowns in a 39-17 win against the Cleveland Browns. The reaction from the crowd showed how much Tagovailoa has progressed in just over a year. 

Sep 11, 2022; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (1) watches prior throwing the football during the first quarter against the New England Patriots at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

Even though Tua made tremendous progress, when he entered the team, there were doubts surrounding his future with the Phins. In the preseason, the team was not sure if they wanted to extend their time with the third-year QB. But now, he’s one of the MVP favorites. He has the fourth-best odds at 7-1. 

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