Tagovailoa completed 27 of 31 passes for 230 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions in the Dolphins' 33-10 win over the Panthers on Sunday. He also netted no gain on four rushes and committed two fumbles, losing one.
The occasionally poor ball security was a blemish, but otherwise it was hard to find fault with Tagovailoa's performance in a surprisingly comfortable win for the Dolphins. The second-year signal-caller kept up his hot hand from Week 11, when he completed a sensational 81.8 percent of his passes against the Jets. Tagovailoa was even sharper versus Carolina, connecting on a season-high 87.1 percent of his throws while notching completions to eight different pass catchers. Miami is now on a four-game winning streak and is setting itself up to potentially enter the outer edges of the playoff picture with another couple of victories, making it imperative Tagovailoa keeps up his strong play in a Week 13 home matchup versus the Giants.