For my own sanity, a few weeks ago, I started viewing those games through a butterfly effect lens.Makes those early season loses hurt even more though, especially the Jaguars game.
If they eek out a win vs. the Jags, there’s no guarantee they would be in a better spot. Maybe it took that seemingly rock bottom and 1-7 start to really rally behind Flores and Tua, and put them in better position for long term success…at least that’s what I was telling myself.
In terms of Tua, more than anything, doesn’t it come down to whether the team wants to run an RPO offense?
If the RPO offense is something they actually believe in and want to continue to build on, it certainly aligns with Tua as the QB.
But if they were running that offense out of necessity and simply as a way to mask the offenses deficiencies, I’d think there’s a handful of QB’s (and not just the big names) they’d rather have.