Shortly after the Miami Dolphins announced Mike McDaniel as the newest coach in franchise history, the team was posting videos of him calling quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, talking about how excited he was to work with the third-year signal caller from Alabama.

Sunday’s 30-15 win over the Houston Texans marked the fifth-straight game Tagovailoa threw for at least 260 yards. Last season under coach Brian Flores, he threw for more than 260 yards just three times in 13 games.

“Having someone that first off believes in you makes all the difference,” Tagovailoa said when talking to CBS following Sunday’s win over Houston. “Having someone that calls me randomly just telling me how much I mean to him and the things that he’s trying to accomplish and we’re trying to accomplish as a team, it's cool."