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Thread: Ryan Tannehill: Final Word

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    We'll.never take.this dude... everyone expects us to take him. Hell be there at 8the and we wont. Take him. This a looks and feels like a brady quinn scenarjo all over again. Man my fingers are too fat for this phone... sorry for the ****ty spelling.
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    well i know one thing...if tannehill is there at #8 and they don't take him they pulled the blanket completely over my head...cause i think this suckers locked up if he's on the board
    hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallFin1 View Post
    well i must be saying something right if you are literally saving my posts from a week ago lmao. Matt moore , chad henne, whatever, does it matter? hes not worth a 1st, all that really matters in the end.
    So you admit you're basically making **** up at this point? Stop posting and educate yourself, then come back.
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    I have to say your final assessment of Ryan Tannehill was dead wrong, he clearly displays franchise QB talent.
    Jay Fiedler can take his'n and lose to your'n.....or take your'n and lose to his'n.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFin View Post
    I have to say your final assessment of Ryan Tannehill was dead wrong, he clearly displays franchise QB talent.
    viewing the edvidence last night, I don't know if I'd personally call him franchise yet... but I would call him the starter for game 2 of the preseason.
    "I didn't feel like we had to score," Tannehill said. "I had the mindset we were going to score."

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFin View Post
    I have to say your final assessment of Ryan Tannehill was dead wrong, he clearly displays franchise QB talent.

    Be more specific...
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    There's plenty to like about him, but not in the top 10. He's not a franchise quarterback.

    If it's me, I'm taking an elite player with that pick and not apologizing for doing it.
    This is what I was referring to, a quarterback with the size, arm, athletic ability, to include running 4.5's.....is an elite player.

    I think we saw the type of throws in a just a little over a quarter of play that you look for in a franchise QB, to include two nice touchdown throws.

    I was referring to your statement, "he is not a franchise QB"...I think your wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildbill3 View Post
    viewing the edvidence last night, I don't know if I'd personally call him franchise yet... but I would call him the starter for game 2 of the preseason.
    Bill, you have to be impressed with this kids talent, he clearly is the best quarterback talent we've seen in a Dolphin uniform since Danny.

    I see him clearly as the starter for this team in 2012.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFin View Post
    This is what I was referring to, a quarterback with the size, arm, athletic ability, to include running 4.5's.....is an elite player.

    I think we saw the type of throws in a just a little over a quarter of play that you look for in a franchise QB, to include two nice touchdown throws.

    I was referring to your statement, "he is not a franchise QB"...I think your wrong.


    There's a lot more to it than that I'm afraid. I'm not convinced he'll be a franchise quarterback, but more of an effective game manager. Being a franchise quarterback has nothing to do with the type of throws you make in a pre-season game against backups.

    The most impressive thing about Tannehill last night was that he knew exactly where to go with the football because of his familiarity with the structure of the offense and it's concepts. He was decisive and accurate.

    However, he didn't face any pressure, and didn't have to win a game in the 4th quarter.

    I know a lot of you are excited and feel a little bit like toddlers with a new toy, I understand. But you're actually being a bit unfair to him at the moment. He'd tell you the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TedSlimmJr View Post
    There's a lot more to it than that I'm afraid. I'm not convinced he'll be a franchise quarterback, but more of an effective game manager. Being a franchise quarterback has nothing to do with the type of throws you make in a pre-season game against backups.

    The most impressive thing about Tannehill last night was that he knew exactly where to go with the football because of his familiarity with the structure of the offense and it's concepts. He was decisive and accurate.

    However, he didn't face any pressure, and didn't have to win a game in the 4th quarter.

    I know a lot of you are excited and feel a little bit like toddlers with a new toy, I understand. But you're actually being a bit unfair to him at the moment. He'd tell you the same.
    I didn't start watching football yesterday...I know a franchise quarterback when I see one and I'll guarantee you this kid is it.

    You can play with semantics all you want, but if Andrew Luck and RG3 are considered franchise QB's, this kid is one as well.

    I know you consider yourself some sort of expert, well, I've been watching football for 42 years and my track record has been pretty strong when it comes to anaylizing quarterbacks.

    My response to you was based on your assessment that this kid was not as good as the aformentioned prospects, not worthy of a top ten pick...and finally not someone that will ever be a franchise QB...just a game manager.

    I'm sorry, Jay Fiedler was a game manager...Ryan Tannehill's skill level is far above that.

    I suppose he'll have to win a Superbowl before you'll admit you were wrong about him?

    I'm certainly glad you are not the one making the call on Dolphin drafts...or this team would still be looking for the future at quarterback, but we'd have a nice safety or CB.
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