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Thread: Tannehill is last in the nfl (#32)

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    He's a rookie, so one must be easy on him. I still don't think he's the future. Another Jay Fiedler at best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1972_Perfection View Post
    He's a rookie, so one must be easy on him. I still don't think he's the future. Another Jay Fiedler at best.
    Another dafuq? moment.


    Deshaun Watson is the TRUTH!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DefensiveEnd76 View Post
    It's obvious that Tannehill is a better QB right now then what Henne was after 2 full seasons in the NFL. No comparison.
    Ok let that be the last time anyone mention Tannehill and Henne in the same breath
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    Tannehill is last in the nfl (#32)

    Quote Originally Posted by 1972_Perfection View Post
    He's a rookie, so one must be easy on him. I still don't think he's the future. Another Jay Fiedler at best.
    Jay Fiedler???? LOL! The kids got more moxie and strength than Fiedler ever did. Worst.......comparison.......ever.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1972_Perfection View Post
    He's a rookie, so one must be easy on him. I still don't think he's the future. Another Jay Fiedler at best.
    Now thats gonna leave a mark.
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    I think we can all agree that Jeff Ireland is to blame for that, so far.
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    None what so ****ing ever.

    You see the clowns he is throwing to?

    No number 1 WR, No real deep threat, No real TE, backup RB that blows...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1972_Perfection View Post
    He's a rookie, so one must be easy on him. I still don't think he's the future. Another Jay Fiedler at best.
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    It is concerning because it's one aspect of the game that he hasn't shown an aptitude for. I realize we've been running the ball a ton in the red zone, but that's partially because right now Tannehill just hasn't shown enough in that tight window to merit going with him over the running game which has proven effective. Tannehill wasn't very good in the preseason in the red zone either.

    I know people look at the poise, accuracy, and the yardage and are very happy with Tannehill. I'm of course very pleased with that, but red zone scoring potential is what separates QB's in this league. We saw how much our team could be held back by poor RZ production in the past (in fact it was almost exclusively our achilles heel) so I don't see how people can act like it can't be an issue.
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    I'll take 200+ yards 0 TDs and 0 INTS and a win over 400+ yards a TD, mutiple INTS and a loss from Tannehill for the rest of the season.
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