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Thread: Tannehill is our franchise Q.B.

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    He's no Luck.

    The Suck for Luck campaign >>>>>>>>>>>>>
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    Quote Originally Posted by BSQ View Post
    I saw Eli overthrow Cruz but the cool thing is that the Giants came back to it until it worked. He just hit Cruz for a 50 yd. gain. We need to go deep more often and I would try to hit Matthews early like on our opening drive to loosen up the D and try to get them to play honest. I would keep coming back to it until we hit it. Why not?
    We don't have a receiver as good as Cruz. Tannehill hasn't shown much accuracy on deep passes anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casas9425 View Post
    He got a little lucky in that game. Jury is still out on him.
    Come on man really? If your gonna bash him ok but give him credit when he deserves it.. Other wise you just look dumb



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    Quote Originally Posted by Casas9425 View Post
    He got a little lucky in that game. Jury is still out on him.
    How was leading three 4th quarter scoring drives, including setting up the game winning FG lucky?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nublar7 View Post
    How was leading three 4th quarter scoring drives, including setting up the game winning FG lucky?
    What about the pick that he threw in the end zone into triple coverage? He got saved on a questionable flag.
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    Thanks for the education Casas. I thought all of our recievers were way better than Victor Cruz. NOT!!! Look at the original post. 3 NEW TARGETS. 2 recievers and a dominant tight end. By the way Tannehill throws a very good deep ball when he can set his feet and fire it. See the perfect ball to Charles Clay on 2 different TD passes. There are many other examples but you'd have to be watching Dolphin games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BSQ View Post
    Thanks for the education Casas. I thought all of our recievers were way better than Victor Cruz. NOT!!! Look at the original post. 3 NEW TARGETS. 2 recievers and a dominant tight end. By the way Tannehill throws a very good deep ball when he can set his feet and fire it. See the perfect ball to Charles Clay on 2 different TD passes. There are many other examples but you'd have to be watching Dolphin games.
    The passes to Clay were nice but I wouldn't call them deep passes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casas9425 View Post
    What about the pick that he threw in the end zone into triple coverage? He got saved on a questionable flag.
    by rule that will always be a flag
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    And by the way the receivers got open against the Patriots, Tannehill was the one that failed.
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    Here's the bottom line. You put Luck on this Dolphin team and our record would be the same. No better, no how.
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