In the six games where Tagovailoa played at least 50 snaps–which excludes his first start (Week 8) along with partial games in Week 11 (thumb injury) and Week 16 (benched)–he averaged 256 yards and 1.3 touchdowns through the air, while adding 16 yards and 0.5 touchdowns as a runner. The resulting 18.9 fantasy points per game are more than what Ben Roethlisberger, Matt Ryan, Drew Brees and Joe Burrow averaged last season. The split indicates that Tagovailoa can produce when things are going well, and he’s poised for a jump heading into his sophomore season. The Dolphins added a lot of speed in the form of Will Fuller and Jaylen Waddle, who join DeVante Parker and Mike Gesicki to form a dangerous receiving corps. Since the 2001 season, 36 rookie quarterbacks started at least 12 games. Interestingly, each quarterback in this sample either scored 16.9 fantasy points or more (the “good” rookies), or they averaged 13.8 fantasy points or less (the “bad” rookies). Of the quarterbacks in the “bad” group who went on to start 12+ games as sophomores–and Tagovailoa definitely falls into this group–they saw an average increase of 25.3% in points per game in Year Two.