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Thread: Tannehill can set another franchise record on Sunday

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    This post is right on the money..............
    Quote Originally Posted by Vertical Limit View Post
    Marino in 9 games had 20 touchdowns six interceptions 2200 yards, Tannehill going into his 11th game? 6 touchdowns. 11 INT's and still hasn't passed Marino in yards.

    I like Tannehill and all but really, this isn't an achievement.
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    More interceptions too, which for him may be the easiest to reach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CalDolFan10x14 View Post
    You truly have NO idea what goes on in the VIP forum do you?
    I can take an eduactated guess with some of the ridiculous VIP posts and threads created in non VIP space.
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    It's just an answer to a trivia question.

    There are some positives from Tannehill's season so far but stats aren't one of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phinking View Post
    More interceptions too, which for him may be the easiest to reach.
    Another useless post by you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EndZoneOnly View Post
    This post is right on the money..............
    Marino also didnt have the worst wrs in the league and a pass blocking TE and a line that cant create any type of run game no comparison IMHO!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CalDolFan10x14 View Post
    You don't say! Of course it is, but be damned if anyone around here tries to brings up anything with an ounce positivity around here, right?
    Positive is good but if people are looking for straws to find a positive and using incompatible comparisons it looks a little awkward.

    i.e. Tannehill/Manning: manning had more INTs. When mentioned he also had more TDs and yards its all the receivers.
    i.e. Tannehill/Marino: comparing 9 games to 11 plus games is screwing with the stats

    Quote Originally Posted by MadDog 88 View Post
    I put the lack of offense more on the coaching staff then Tannehill. They need to come out in 3WR sets on first down to mix it up. No one is fooled by trying to force Reggie up the middle on first and second down.
    Now it's all the coaches. 3WR set? I can point to a gazillion posts stating that we have substandard receivers. What difference does it make if we put 2, 3, 4 or 5 receivers out there. We just multiplying the 'garbage'. Or am I wrong?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Norton View Post
    It's just an answer to a trivia question.

    There are some positives from Tannehill's season so far but stats aren't one of them.
    he looks good in a Dolphins uni? Hot wife?

    Quote Originally Posted by PATSSUCK View Post
    Another useless post by you.
    You are throwing with a lot of insults around. You calling people dense, useless posts etc.

    But to be honest and I really don't want to hurt your feelings now, but when I read your posts I feel like reading NYJunc. If I replace "Dolphins" with "Jets" and "Tannehill" with "Sanchez" in your posts I get a carbon copy of NYJunc's posts.
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