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I was rolling in my car on my way to work listening to Mike Greenberg, he said he thought the playcalling sucked and that the Jets' O coordinator should have been left in Foxboro.
You also know your QB has 6 INts in 6 games, ours 7 in 7 games(except our QB has 2 more Tds than INTs, yours has 2 less)
Just for some more perspective going into last Sunday Morning, going forward over the next 5 games... inconsideration of:
1. a raw rookie's first game in Houston vs the 2011 #1 D in batted balls and #2D in pass defense (vs a full game playing against Cushing since no teammate took him out with a questionably dirty play)
note: stripping out 6 minutes, this first game rookie still outscored Houston 7-6!
2. a 4th year veteran's first game against a team which also subsequently gave up close to 50 pts each to 2 additional opponents in subsequent 3 or 4 games, and then had the worst completion records for starters since JaMarcus Russell and/or an obscure '99 Ravens QB starter depending on how many of the next games you wanted to use to measure
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I just love how you take away mark's best game and tannehill's worst game.
how about mark vs. Ryan like this:
mark(game 1, 6 & 7) vs. Rayn(game 1,2 & 3)
Mark: 58-86, 67%, 676 yds, 6 TDs, 1 INY(I will rmeove the Buf INt since the defender was out of bounds), 109.4 rating
Ryan: 54-102, 53%, 615 yds, 1 TDs, 4 INTs, 58.2 rating
using the vaark school of logic this clearly shows buttfumble to be the much better QB
I'd be a little nervous if I was comparing Ryan Tannehill in his 4th year as a starter to a rookie QB. I think the fact that this debate is comparing buttfumble to Tannehill tells you all you need to know about buttfumble in his 4th year. lol.
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