The red zone is generally where big TE's and WR's shine. Most teams have 2 big TE's these days and we only have one TE and he doesn't have a particularly large wingspan or sheer size to create a mismatch. None of our WR's are burners so long TD's from outside the red zone are rare. None of our WR's are taller than 6'1 either.
Long story short--We need to upgrade our speed and size at WR and TE. Not having much of a running game really puts the pressure on Tannehill n the red zone.
I'd like to see us pass more to our backs outside of the red zone to give them a chance to break one. Inside the red zone roll outs look like our best shot, but I'd rather not expose our QB too much if possible.
Three pages and not any mention of Tanny being accountable for his own production?
This place is rich.
But we do have Strangeworld and a host of otherrs - so that makes up for the lack of Talent -
Pastor stands up in Church from the pulpit and asks the congregation if they know what the resurrection is about? Small child in a pew puts his hands up and would like to answer, pastor asks the child to answer, Boy says "If the resurrection persists over 4 hours you have to call a doctor"
Point is the Dude has missed some Throws, and where is the scramble? How about a screen to Bush. What about Marlon Moore?
Good QB's make Plays! I still think Tannehill is going to be good. We blew 2 games because of not making plays. Winning fixes everything. Hartline was all world just a few weeks ago man! This is the team we got, and we all know they could have a better record. Excuses are for sissies. 10 Games in he should have more then 6 TD passes. Bottom Line.