Former Alabama great Tua Tagovailoa led the huge fourth-quarter comeback victory over the highly touted Baltimore Ravens.  The Dolphins' quarterback threw for 469 yards, six touchdowns, and two interceptions.  Miami was down 28-7 at halftime and they scored 28 points in the fourth quarter to get the win.

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In the first half, the Ravens offense was on point, and Lamar Jackson appeared to be in the groove to take control of the game. However, when the Ravens failed to complete the fourth down with nine minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, things took a different turn.

Following the defensive stop, Tua orchestrated four straight, fourth-quarter touchdown drives. River Cracraft caught a 2-yard touchdown throw from Tua to end the ensuing possession. A 48-yard pass completion to recently acquired wide receiver Tyreek Hill brought the deficit down to seven. Then, Tua and Hill's chemistry flourished as they managed to knot the score with a 60-yard touchdown bomb. After a field goal from the Ravens gave them a one-point lead, Tua drove down the field and connected with former Alabama teammate Jaylen Waddle for a 7-yard game-winning touchdown.

Tagovailoa had two touchdown passes of 40 yards or more, defying all the preseason talk that he couldn't throw deep passes, leading to a comeback victory over the Baltimore Ravens. Dolphins remain unbeaten with a 2-0 record, and Tagovailoa demonstrated why he should stay Miami's starting quarterback.

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