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

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeathStar View Post
    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...
    Your post is ridiculous, considering Hartline's tenacity has made many of Tannehill's plays happen, and Bess' constant awareness and consistency has always been there for him as well. Also his backup RB that blows has converted at least 3 3rd and longs by catching a pass and making people miss.
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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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    The Phinz O is ranked in the top 10 (I believe) so who cares as long as we score.......and win
    We haven't really scored as much as our yardage suggests and we've lost more than we've won.
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    Quote Originally Posted by umpjacked View Post
    Tannehill won't be perceived as a TOP QB if his stats aren't up to par with the TOP QBs. Right now, with his stats being pedestrian, people that don't watch Tannehill as much as we do would infer from his statline that he's a below average QB.

    Name a QB with below average stats that was considered a TOP QB. Tannehill needs to get his TD passing up. I agree with OP.
    Uh Namoth threw 173 TDs and 220 picks with a career rating of 65.5, Terry Bradshaw, 212 TDs, 210 picks, career rating of 70.9. I could name many more with similiar stats if you like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirspud View Post
    Your post is ridiculous, considering Hartline's tenacity has made many of Tannehill's plays happen, and Bess' constant awareness and consistency has always been there for him as well. Also his backup RB that blows has converted at least 3 3rd and longs by catching a pass and making people miss.
    not today, today he threw to everybody and hartline has not proven to be a redzone threat who get can separation in the redzone along with bess. Idk why mention the bold when we are talking about redzone effectiveness and tannehill can't play for those players. Did you see AJ greeb TD? That's a real redzone threat no receiver in our team could do that. We still have no real number 1 WR until hartline proves it or we get one. We don't even have 1 deep threat. Also don't act like hartline made tannehill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KTOWNFINFAN View Post
    Uh Namoth threw 173 TDs and 220 picks with a career rating of 65.5, Terry Bradshaw, 212 TDs, 210 picks, career rating of 70.9. I could name many more with similiar stats if you like.
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