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Colin Cowherd Chooses Between Tua Tagovailoa or Other NFL Quarterbacks

Watch Colin Cowherd play ‘TUA OR WHO-A’ in Wednesday’s ‘Best For Last’ segment as Colin chooses whether he would want Tua Tagovailoa or another NFL quarterback for the next three years.

Tua or Cam Newton?

“Next three years I would take Tua. Cam is on the decline, and you have to have a certain offense for Cam that plays up his running ability, and I think there’s more versatility with Tua over the next three years.”

Tua or Mac Jones?

“Mac Jones has a healthier body than Tua, he was more accurate than Tua at Alabama, he’s a little bit bigger, and has a little bit better arm, so I’d probably take Mac.”

Tua or Zach Wilson?

“This will surprise people but I will take Tua. You said ‘the next three years’, and I think Zach Wilson’s ceiling is higher but the Jets are a mess. I don’t think we’re going to see the best of Zach Wilson, I think we’re going to see Zach Wilson for the next three years in a rebuild with a coach we’re not sure can coach, and an owner that’s impetuous and impatient.”

Check out the FULL video above as Colin picks between Tua or Joe Burrow, Baker Mayfield, Carson Wentz, Trevor Lawrence, Teddy Bridgewater, Justin Herbert, Daniel Jones, Justin Fields, Jalen Hurts, Jared Goff, Sam Darnold, and Trey Lance.

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