When Tua Tagovailoa does one thing, the Dolphins can 'beat anybody.'

The Miami Dolphins were in the midst of a great 2022 season when quarterback

Tua Tagovailoa's injury concerns disrupted the team's chances of a long postseason run.

Tagovailoa is now healed and ready to play for the Dolphins in 2023. And if the 25-year-old quarterback can keep it up,

, ESPN NFL expert Booger McFarland believes the Miami Dolphins have what it takes to "beat anybody" in the league.

"[The Dolphins] can beat anybody if [Tua Tagovailoa] stays healthy," McFarland said on Get Up on Wednesday.

Tagovailoa started his 2022 season with three MVP-caliber performances. Unfortunately, he was carried

the field after suffering a frightening head injury during the Bengals' Week 4 loss.

During a Week 16 loss to the Green Bay Packers, he sustained yet another season-ending concussion.

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