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    SIGH Seriously...Tannehill Is Starting To Remind Me Of Ryan Leaf

    He may not have Ryan Leaf's immaturity, and his work ethic is clearly better. But Ryan Tannehill's performance the last two weeks reminds me a lot of Ryan Leaf with Dan Diego. He is very erratic and can't seem to lead his team from behind. If anyone can point to a game at Texas A&M where he had a come from behind 4th Qtr victory, please let me know because I have yet to see it. For a guy who knows the offense as well as he does, he should be playing a lot better. I am glad I took a wait and see approach while everybody was crowning him the next Dan Marino. We can clearly see now he is not even in the league of a Ken O' Brien. These are the kind of Draft picks that can set a franchise back for years, and this could be another one of those picks.
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    omg the losers with these threads stfu already
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    well, not only last 2 games, the end of colts game he was also awful
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    Teams have watched film.We have no deep threat.Opposing defenses are playing in a 20 yard box against us.Jury is out on Tannehill till he gets some weapons and experience under center to make a Ryan Leaf ref is absurd
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    Quote Originally Posted by phinking View Post
    He may not have Ryan Leaf's immaturity, and his work ethic is clearly better. But Ryan Tannehill's performance the last two weeks reminds me a lot of Ryan Leaf with Dan Diego. He is very erratic and can't seem to lead his team from behind. If anyone can point to a game at Texas A&M where he had a come from behind 4th Qtr victory, please let me know because I have yet to see it. For a guy who knows the offense as well as he does, he should be playing a lot better. I am glad I took a wait and see approach while everybody was crowning him the next Dan Marino. We can clearly see now he is not even in the league of a Ken O' Brien. These are the kind of Draft picks that can set a franchise back for years, and this could be another one of those picks.
    Youll never see them either
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    Tannehill is Ryan Leaf, excluding all the bad traits about Leaf. except the losing part.
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    Oh.... I get it. Because both of their first names is Ryan.... Good one
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    No Idiot!!! You don't get it. watch some tapes of Leaf and then watch Tannehill and tell me you don't see similarities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Tes View Post
    Oh.... I get it. Because both of their first names is Ryan.... Good one
    No Idiot!!! You don't get it. watch some tapes of Leaf and then watch Tannehill and tell me you don't see similarities.
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    We had a deep threat but he's in Chicago now

    We had a solid corner but he's in Indy now

    They shipped out talent at thin areas on the roster and are paying for it. Not only that wevr getting pushed around
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    the amount of ****tards on this forum is staggering.

    Tannehill is the least of this team's problems. Open your ****ING eyes, tards.
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