There are people who can't admit they're wrong, some of whom I work with here at CBS Sports. (See: great running back at Notre Dame.)

I'm not one of those people who can't admit they've done something wrong. So there you have it: I think I might be wrong about Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

Note that the word can. The reason is that even after his incredible six-touchdown performance on Sunday to rally the Dolphins from a 21-point fourth quarter victory over the Baltimore Ravens 42-38, he was just one game away.

It was certainly a special performance, throwing for 469 yards and those six scores, but doing it against a Ravens defense that helps. That said, Tagovailoa is awesome.

He chose guys who are open, make plays early, look cool and calm while doing it, but as a passer who can have his moments that will take away his work on the ground.

But here's the other side of the coin: let's see how he does it again this week against the Buffalo Bills.

That doesn't mean scoring 400 and six, but if he can go for 300 and two and win the game, now we're on to something. Games will not change the story. But it helps

Allen was like Tua, trying to prove his worth. Many doubted that Allen could become a legitimate NFL starter, let alone a star.