BTW...I am not saying Tannehill can't develop to be a decent QB <-- You are the guy who stands to the side and criticizes until the player turns the corner and then you'll get into the driver's seat on the bus tour - Grow a pair!
Indy is in the play offs last year had Manning not gone down why do you think they have less weapons than us? Did we get any where near the POs last year?
Your sample size is way small to making any claims - But good for you for getting the fan base worked up
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Adam - I undid my "unthanks" and I do appreciate that you are trying to explain what "facts" are
adam is right when in comes to the numbers. but in all honesty, hartline and bess do not compare to wayne and the other colts wrs . be real. teams actually focus on reggie wayne even double him when they can. this year the colts are using wayne in the slot a lot, which is also helping luck out a good deal. wayne is just a wr that can dominate on any given sunday, its no fluke that he's second in receiving, only behind calvin johnson. the colts also have deep threat wr's with avery and ty hilton. they may not be putting up big numbers but the defense still has to respect them. the d just cant sit on all of their routes like the bills were doing to us on thursday. I think we all remember first hand how the colts torched our secondary deep several times with pure speed.
Adam has been bash Tannehill since week one of the season.
No QB in the NFL can succeed when the defense can get pressure with 4 rushers
and putting 7 in coverage. That is how the 49'ers beat Marino in the SB and how the
Giants beat the Pats.
The Oline has to set the tone and they have been poor during this losing streak. RT's struggles
can be traced to the Oline play.
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