Make Us Believers Again.
Finheaven Tailgate Thread: http://www.finheaven.com/showthread....ilgate-East-22
Gase has taken an interesting approach to instilling a winning culture in Miami. He is cocky. He is smart. He is borderline deranged.
Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/sp...#storylink=cpy
I want to see what he can do with better WRs and a more consistent running game first. Yes these things won't guarantee success with him at the helm but at least you'd have a better idea of what he is capable of.
I'd have to go division by division. Oh boy, more difficult than I thought...
This thread...good grief. Let's throw in Jr and Sr college QBs while we're at it...
Tannehill's starting the rest of this year and into next.
What a thread!! Do me a favor, don't call yourself a dolphins fan please. It's just crazy how some of the things you guys say. We have the most promising qb since 13 and you're gonna make a thread like this, it's just disrespectful. I know that this a "fan site" and your entitled blah blah, but do you think for one second that the fins staff and all is thinking like "who would weblike to have besides t-hill our #8 pick". Just a dumb thread in my opinion. Focus on what you have now!!! Make this thread in 3 years if he sucks, as of right now, the only reason I open this thread was to say this. I didn't bother reading none of it
Statically, Tannehill isn't showing any promise. He is rated 31 out of 34 QBs. You don't draft projects in the first round, especially QB! Projects aka "acorns" are drafted in the later rounds, but to use a top ten draft pick on a project is irresponsible , fool-hardy, and just poor business sense. Where is the return on the investment? But back to the original question of this post: Luck, RGIII, and Wilson would be the QBs that I would pick over Tannehill.
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