More of an opinion or general question thread. Do you think Tannehill should start to get in teammates faces for mistakes or during critical points in a game?

One reason I thought of this was I remember Pennington going over to the offensive line, wide receivers, or hell even the defense to get their a***** in gear and fired up. That struck me as a one quality I appreciated seeing out of a football leader. When I see tannehill on the sidelines, its either he's talking, laughing, or looking at photos with Moore and Thomas (qb coach). I also feel his overall demeanor is fairly passive.

Some may argue that it's not necessary (exhibit a - Eli Manning [as much as I've of him]), but on this team as a whole I've love to see get passionate about it and/or show to other teammates.

Thoughts?