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Thread: Herm Edwards: 'Start Tannehill now'

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    If were having this discussion next season i think there will be a problem (barring a fantastic season from one of the older guys), but I think the right decision is being made by those up top if they plan on having him sit to start the year.
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    Considering that he is holding out, his chances are getting smaller and smaller. The simple fact that he IS holding out shows me that he is not ready to be the starting QB.
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    Herm was obviously a brilliant coach. Always gotta take his advice. Lmfao.
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    he's got a point about what does it really matter if we win a couple more games with matt moore or even david garrard...it does nothing for us...although on just about everything i think herm edwards is off the reservation
    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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    With a better QB in there at the time, you let the best quarterback start. The QB is the most important position. Why? Because if you have one, you can then see how your other players are doing. Your TEs, your WRs, your O-Line, your RBs. You can set that aside and move from there.

    Then what does that do? It allows Tannehill to improve through practice and repetition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    he's got a point about what does it really matter if we win a couple more games with matt moore or even david garrard...it does nothing for us...although on just about everything i think herm edwards is off the reservation
    Having better QB play will help other players on the offense develop. Putting Tannehill in could actually hinder his development. At least thats the way I see it.

    Some QBs are ready in the first year, RT is not. Draft status or potential shouldnt be the determining factor either.
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    Is sitting a a rookie a year to learn a system he has already played in better than getting him real NFL game experience? I believed from the very beginning if we spend the #8 pick on a QB he should be our #1 from the start.
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    Herm plays a professional clown on tv. It's very difficult to take anything he says seriously.
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    And thats why herm edwards is not coaching anymore. Hey look I love the Ryan Tannehill I think he has tremendous upside and is very dynamic with his running ability and arm strength but the dude is RAW, let him sit for a year and learn behind a few veterans and soak everything in, no need to rush the kid he is only 24.
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