Despite persisting questions regarding quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's arm strength, Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Frank Smith believes the third-year signal-caller can make all the necessary throws in his offense.

Speaking to SI.com's Alain Poupart, Smith said:

"I wouldn't say that we're limiting ourselves in anything. He's actually been doing a great job of ... every day presents different routes, different things we're trying to accomplish with receivers. So I would say that everything we've done so far has been extremely optimistic because there's certain things in our progressions and reads and his ability to move from throughout his progressions. He's been awesome for a guy just really being in the system for a month."

Smith's comments came on the heels of the Dolphins tweeting a much-maligned video of Tua underthrowing newly acquired wide receiver Tyreek Hill on a deep ball.

Given that he is entering his third NFL season and the Dolphins have seemingly provided him with everything needed to succeed, 2022 could be a make-or-break year for Tagovailoa.