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Thread: The real buttfumble is back today

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinfanInBuffalo View Post
    The jealousy is just dripping from this post. Just too funny. You've been reminded what a pro QB is supposed to look like and it is killing you. Now your torn between being horribly wrong about buttfumble for 4 years and having to put up with crappy QB play for any longer. Ha, ha ,ha.
    I've seen my team nearly make 2 SBs w/ my QB, I'm not jealous. Ryan is playing better right now w/o a doubt but I have seen so many young QBs play well early and not be able to keep it up or take that next step so you guys are getting way ahead of yourself especially for a guy who has not been able to make plays at critical moments of games. He's played well but you guys are acting like you have a young Tom Brady and it's a sure thing. He may end up being a top 10-15 QB but let's allow him to prove it forst before placing unreal expectations on the guy the same way you guys have done w/ almost every QB post-Marino.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    I said "Hennehill" not "Tannehill"
    If you think Tannehill has looked anything like Henne did, I have to wonder if you know what you're looking at. If you were just joking with that comparison, my apologies...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    but you guys are acting like you have a young Tom Brady
    Tannehill is playing much better than Brady did in his first 5 games...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    I've seen my team nearly make 2 SBs w/ my QB
    You mean when he couldn't come up big in the critical moments?
    Angry Deniers. A bunch of agenda-driven whiny clowns whose sole mission is to deny anything good that Tannehill has done and deny anything bad that the "gods of quarterbacks" have done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    he hasn't played well enough for the team to be 4-1, he was pretty bad against us but I know you blame the kicker even though he set up a near 50 yard attempt. The D carried them yesterday and you benfitted from a big missed FG. The oak game the run game carried you, he's played well enough to be 2-3 which is where Miami is.
    Completely false. Yes you think the 48 yd FG wasn't east but Carpenter has sucked from that distance anyway over his last 25 kicks (10 made). RT got them in FG range against the Jets and the Dolphins were a 4th and 10 at their 15 away from beating Arizona. It's Tannehill's fault the defense didn't hold? Yes, yes, I know, he threw a pick in INT that gave the Cardinals life. How dare the rookie throw a pick as he's hit on a pass rush.
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    lol at Taco boy

    another ugly red zone turnover, for Snatchez strikes again right before the half. ROFL
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    I still think JJ Watt looks like he's juiced up hardcore on HGH. Look at the dude's face and especially his nose. Looks like a friggin' cartoonist's caricature of a meathead. Wonder if/when he's gonna get Shawne Merriman'ed by the League's substance abuse policy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Locke View Post
    If you think Tannehill has looked anything like Henne did, I have to wonder if you know what you're looking at. If you were just joking with that comparison, my apologies...
    I'm seeing the same types of overreactions to a good game and a few good plays. Go back and read the threads from 2009.

    Quote Originally Posted by FinfanInBuffalo View Post
    Tannehill is playing much better than Brady did in his first 5 games...

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    You mean when he couldn't come up big in the critical moments?

    Brady was 3-2, had 7 Tds and 4 INTs. how is Ryan playing better than Brady played?

    Quote Originally Posted by PhinzN703 View Post
    Completely false. Yes you think the 48 yd FG wasn't east but Carpenter has sucked from that distance anyway over his last 25 kicks (10 made). RT got them in FG range against the Jets and the Dolphins were a 4th and 10 at their 15 away from beating Arizona. It's Tannehill's fault the defense didn't hold? Yes, yes, I know, he threw a pick in INT that gave the Cardinals life. How dare the rookie throw a pick as he's hit on a pass rush.
    There's FG range then there's chip shot FG range, your QB got your into FG range, ours got our K into chip shot range.

    Miami scored 8 pts in the 2nd half and OT and the TD and that TD came on a blown coverage where Hartline was all alone.

    Quote Originally Posted by Greyboy View Post
    lol at Taco boy

    another ugly red zone turnover, for Snatchez strikes again right before the half. ROFL
    he played pretty well actually, JJ Watt made a couple of amazing plays. That INT at the end of the 1st half was all JJ Watt.
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