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Thread: I'll Defend Tannehill!

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    I completely agree, but the only player helping Tanny is Hartline! Other than that, no one has done crap the past couple of games..

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    Quote Originally Posted by WVDolphan View Post
    I find most disturbing the people who will throw the entire team under the bus to deny criticism of one player honestly.

    Whats funny is they will do this and then go into other threads and talk about some of the players as being underrated or under valued. Yet, when trying to build an argument to defend one player those others are all trash. Its a joke really. They arent dolphins fans, they are fanboys.

    If you are a dolphins fan, why would you bash the entire team when you know damn well there are some useful players on the roster. Hartline is a good player. Period. He isnt a stud WR, but he is a solid player. Bess is useful in his own way. He certainly is not a regular wide out and he needs to not be used like that, but he has value. Any team would love to have him.

    I hope Tannehill plays much better the rest of the way not just because the obvious reasons, but definately so we have to stop reading this trash from both sides of it........ The fanboys who bash the entire team to make excuses for his play and the people who go way too far and suggest he can never be any good.
    Hartline and Bess are decent-good players. Neither is a game changer. Neither is a go up and get WR. Neither is a consistent red zone target. Tannehill has played poorly for the last two games. However he has little help. Atlanta should be the model on how you help your qb. Ryan had a stud #1 wr, great TE, and a great rb his rookie year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PATSSUCK View Post
    Hartline and Bess are decent-good players. Neither is a game changer. Neither is a go up and get WR. Neither is a consistent red zone target. Tannehill has played poorly for the last two games. However he has little help. Atlanta should be the model on how you help your qb. Ryan had a stud #1 wr, great TE, and a great rb his rookie year.
    As we speak Ryan has thrown 4 INT. What will this fanbase do when Tanny does that? It will happen someday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finjim View Post
    As we speak Ryan has thrown 4 INT. What will this fanbase do when Tanny does that? It will happen someday.
    This fan base struggles with putting things in context. Tannehill has throw 11 picks. Here is the breakdown:

    3 picks were jump balls.
    1 pick the receiver fell.
    1 pick hit as he throws.
    6 picks are his fault for various reasons.
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    Ryan just threw his 5th pick against Arizona.
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    Tannehill 17Cam Wake 912013 Dolphins Logo1972 Dolphins Logo

    I'll Defend Tannehill!

    That's the same Defense Tannehill threw for a boatload of yards.
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    The fan base struggles with him being a rookie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jojo View Post
    Ryan just threw his 5th pick against Arizona.
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    That's the same Defense Tannehill threw for a boatload of yards.
    No...this isnt good for the Tannehill haters!
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    Henne is also putting up ridiculous numbers vs Houston, and most Tannehill haters were also Henne haters.

    They are getting exposed today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dol-phan007 View Post
    I agree, its nice to see an educated football fan who can see the whole game rather than we lost lets blame the QB. If you put a good vet QB on this team, He would have problems too.
    Really? And why was Matt Moore able to move the ball so well while having less knowledge of the playbook than Tannehill? I look forward to your response.
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