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    Quote Originally Posted by flip View Post
    Moore is indeed the better QB but Sherman will play his guy just like Rex was playing Mark all year untill it was to late. RYAN DOES NOT HAVE IT! He would probably be a good WR. As QB though nahhhhh. You see the game the jets just played lol yeah Tannehill lost to that team.
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    Playoff team with Moore

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike13 View Post
    Moore would have thrown 5 picks in this game.
    Because he had so many multiple INT games last year . Why is it so hard for people to accept that 95% of the site thinks Tannehill is the future but it is possible we could be better with a more experienced QB. It's so bad that we fabricate 5 or 6 INT games for a guy who I don't think ever threw 3 in a game last season.
    Andrew Luck VS New England

    0-3 with 6 TD's and 8 picks. Not sure "Suck for Luck" helps in our division. Maybe we stop the "meaningless wins" talk.
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    Matt Moore couldn't close games either. Remember the games against Dallas and New England on xmas eve day? 4th quarter failure. He had his chances last year to get Miami at least 2 more wins and he didn't make the plays either. You either have a winner or you don't and Miami does not have a winning QB on the roster right now.
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    Matt Moore also last year got the dolphins a nice cushion in a bunch of games and the defense didnt do the job and teams came back to win.
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    I agree, it totally takes the pressure off Tannehill and protects him in the long run. Let's assume Matt Moore plays at a high level, we have more options available to us.

    If Matt Moore would have struggled or goes down early on, then you bring in a Ryan Tannehill.

    I never really understood the need to rush him.

    Remember the great John Elway struggled early on.

    I am of the old school, Matt Moore earned it last year and if you're going to say Tannehill earned it in preseason, I'd have to say when, at what point?

    Some guys play better when the games really count and if the philosophy is Tannehill is our future, and will be lucky to win 3 games this year, then why throw him to the wolves so early on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abhenne7 View Post
    Trading marshall away was beyond stupid. Ask bears fan if they give a f*** that marshalls a nutcase with their 8-4 record. Then were the first ones to complain we have no playmakers after applauding ireland and philbin for letting go of a top 3 reciever? So now the jury is out on tanne and makes things worst. Is it tanne, or is it the playmakers, is it both? Well never know if we dont have a true wr and we prolonged that by trading away marshall. Who knows if matt can replicate what he did last year without marshall, he is however more consistant than tanne
    WR dont make QB's. QB's make WR's. Look at Luck, even though he has Wayne, Wayne was pretty much unheard of last year because he had no one to throw to him. Look at Welker going to NE. Look at Wallace's production or lack of since Roth went down with the injury. Would it be nice to have a big WR threat to complement Tanne... of course, but Tanne needs to show he can work with what he's got. PPL keep saying our receivers are garbage and Tanne has no real threat, and in the same threat say we have the best slot receiver in the game. Our receivers are GOOD ppl, we just need that one BIG deep threat. But Hartline and Bess are most certainly a servicable WR group. Both are on track to break a thousand yards this year. And if Tanne hit Hartline yesterday ppl would be singing a different song. The fact is Tanne is growing this year and will have his growing pains for sure. I think he will be good but his lack of playing experience is showing. Luck and RG III played QB all four years and were so NFL ready. Tanne played what... 16 games as a QB???? And if you ask me, he is doing a pretty damn good job with what he's got. Anyone thinking this was a playoff team was smoking crack. I want the team to win as bad as anyone else but we all knew it wasnt gonna happen. The good thing is he is getting that experience we need him to have... ehich will work out next year. Moore, would only get a worse draft pick. As far as im concerned, we should lose out the rest of the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphans1 View Post
    I agree, it totally takes the pressure off Tannehill and protects him in the long run. Let's assume Matt Moore plays at a high level, we have more options available to us.

    If Matt Moore would have struggled or goes down early on, then you bring in a Ryan Tannehill.

    I never really understood the need to rush him.

    Remember the great John Elway struggled early on.

    I am of the old school, Matt Moore earned it last year and if you're going to say Tannehill earned it in preseason, I'd have to say when, at what point?

    Some guys play better when the games really count and if the philosophy is Tannehill is our future, and will be lucky to win 3 games this year, then why throw him to the wolves so early on?

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    Because the earlier we see him play the less time we waste wondering if this is our guy or do we need to keep our options open and remain looking for QB answers. In most cases when high drafted rookie sit on the bench it's because the QB situation is less of a question mark then it is here in Miami. It's been stated over and over and OVER on this site that Matt Moore isn't the answer for the future of the Miami Dolphins. That being the case, why would we NOT throw him to the wolves early on? So we can have a 8-9 win season (like we could very well do anyway) with a seasoned backup? A playoff appearance in itself doesn't mean anything than a worse draft pick with Moore in there, we've established his ceiling. I think Tannehill learns a hell of a lot more taking snaps from under-center then from the sidelines with a clipboard. Throw him in, watch his development, plan for the future accordingly - don't waste time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by russianbear View Post
    Because the earlier we see him play the less time we waste wondering if this is our guy or do we need to keep our options open and remain looking for QB answers. In most cases when high drafted rookie sit on the bench it's because the QB situation is less of a question mark then it is here in Miami. It's been stated over and over and OVER on this site that Matt Moore isn't the answer for the future of the Miami Dolphins. That being the case, why would we NOT throw him to the wolves early on? So we can have a 8-9 win season (like we could very well do anyway) with a seasoned backup? A playoff appearance in itself doesn't mean anything than a worse draft pick with Moore in there, we've established his ceiling. I think Tannehill learns a hell of a lot more taking snaps from under-center then from the sidelines with a clipboard. Throw him in, watch his development, plan for the future accordingly - don't waste time.

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    Re: Playoff team with Moore

    we wouldnt be a playoff team with tom brady
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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphans1 View Post
    I agree, it totally takes the pressure off Tannehill and protects him in the long run. Let's assume Matt Moore plays at a high level, we have more options available to us.

    If Matt Moore would have struggled or goes down early on, then you bring in a Ryan Tannehill.

    I never really understood the need to rush him.

    Remember the great John Elway struggled early on.

    I am of the old school, Matt Moore earned it last year and if you're going to say Tannehill earned it in preseason, I'd have to say when, at what point?

    Some guys play better when the games really count and if the philosophy is Tannehill is our future, and will be lucky to win 3 games this year, then why throw him to the wolves so early on?

    d-1
    The entire preseason and TC when he outplayed Moore, thats when...
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