Warning, if you're someone who is already completely done with Tua and are not interested in seeing what he can do next year then this isn't the thread for you. Please skip over it. Anyone trolling or just repeating here the same "I'm done with him, he's useless" comments of Tua that are posted elsewhere - those posts will be deleted. Similarly, any posts that add nothing constructive and just pick a fight with someone will also be deleted. For those of us who are at all interested in seeing what Tua can do - whether confident in Tua or almost done with him - here's a thread to explore that. What do you think will be a best case scenario for Tua next year? It could be, the developing pieces around him, it could be the offense/strategy, or it could just be a reflection on Tua himself, and what we know, and hope to see. Obviously this is, right now, before the addition of a new HC and staff, not knowing what the new offense will be. On a personal level, there has been one thing true of Tua for his college and NFL career, and that's his commitment to improve. Whatever his ability, I feel very confident that he will work to improve on this year, and work on his weaknesses, such that we will see a better Tua next year than this. That was a strength or selling point of his from the beginning. If he doesn't or can't then it's truly over for him. For my part I'm confident he will improve both in terms of skill and also in terms of running an NFL offense and reading defenses. If the team remain committed to him, this should be Tua's best year so far. Anyone else, please share your thoughts on getting the most out of Tua, what we might see.