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Thread: Fact: Tannehill Leads the NFL in Long-ball Accuracy (21 yards or more)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16phinsrfast View Post
    Tannehill is doing some things good and some things bad. A statistic to monitor is his TD's, whether its led to a rush td or he finds the endzone in the air. Im sure it will improve as Tannehill learns more about NFL defenses. It doesn't aid him having anemic WRs.
    Hartline is having a great year. While obviously the WR department could use another playmaker, I don't think it's nearly as bad as everyone thought it would be before the start of the year. So in your words if Tanny is still learning to read defenses, how do we know that he's always make the right passes/calls at the line and it's just "anemic WR's" faults?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NY8123 View Post
    Because it is the difference between entitlement and earning, the opposing point of view is merely pointing out that Tannehill needs to earn a lot before he is deemed the savor. It is a vaild point. I am frankly in the same boat, I wan to see Tannehill continue to earn his keep and improve. I know a rookie is going to have three int days, they just are, it is how he responds to those days that makes or breaks the kid.

    Tannehill isn't going anywhere anytime soon but I would love to see him make some good progress in this last half, a couple no turnover, 300 yard, 2 or 3 TD days will do a lot to quell the masses.
    I agree with everything you said.
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    Alex Smith is better at 21 yard passes also.

    8 of 17 for 3 TD and 1 int.

    I'm sure their are many more if I found 3 just like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enigmatics View Post
    Hartline is having a great year. While obviously the WR department could use another playmaker, I don't think it's nearly as bad as everyone thought it would be before the start of the year. So in your words if Tanny is still learning to read defenses, how do we know that he's always make the right passes/calls at the line and it's just "anemic WR's" faults?
    Hartline is having a great year because he has a qb getting the ball to him on smart plays, he never gets open in the end zone and has disappeared when he plays against a good cb.
    The kid is doing great and the team needs better players at receiver,TE, and better OL play, and lets say Bush like he played at the beginning of the season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1972fins View Post
    Hartline is having a great year because he has a qb getting the ball to him on smart plays, he never gets open in the end zone and has disappeared when he plays against a good cb.
    Hartline is playing his butt off. I'm not going to deny that he's faced matchups that he's lost, but to even begin to indicate that it's all Tanny simply putting the ball in tight windows every single time is simply not true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by enigmatics View Post
    Your entire post is horse ****.

    I've been a fan of Tanny's since the AZ game. However, I still remain able to constructively criticize him when he plays like turd instead of passing the buck to everyone on up to the water boy.
    well that's how you come across to me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    well that's how you come across to me...
    That's a "your" problem.
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    Their only issue is that they cant break tackles and cant get yards after catch, although they will catch anything. We need a playmaking, big bodies WR that can command a double team. With this QB, that would majorly open it up for Hartline!

    In looking back at everyone who argued in Philbin's offense, one does need a number 1 WR, I wonder how they feel about those statements now. Green Bays offense works because they have a number 1 reciever. They actually have 2 number one's and a couple number 2's (playing number 3 roles.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by enigmatics View Post
    hartline is playing his butt off. I'm not going to deny that he's faced matchups that he's lost, but to even begin to indicate that it's all tanny simply putting the ball in tight windows every single time is simply not true.
    hartline = 3 tds in the last 41 games
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    Quote Originally Posted by miamiron View Post
    hartline = 3 tds in the last 41 games
    Wow, we've played 41 games in 2012? That's gotta be a record.
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