Absolutely terrible post. Shows no insight or basic football knowledge.Plain and simple guys. We **** the bed on Tannehill! First of all, you need a top 10 QB to be a playoff contender every year. Now you can say give Tannehill a few years to learn and develop but in reality he has way too many deficiencies at the QB position to fix for him to become a top 10 starter. Heck fine I'll accept a top 15 starter. You need to work with a QB who was alot of facets of the position down packed, yes even as a rookie, where there's a few things you can concentrate on and develop. Tannehill has way too many holes to fix. Pocket presence is bad, he may look poise but, doesn't know when to step up in the pocket, sometimes he is too close to the line and he attempts to throw. He's innacurate, on medium to deep passes he continues to miss. Tannehill stares down his recievers. When there's no blitz he's indecisive and struggle find a target. I know you supposed to get rid of the ball early but when there's time in the pocket be alert let some plays develop, he doesn't. He's too predictable. His strengths are throwing on the run but he has tunnel vision when rolling out, loses sight of the field. His passer rating on rollouts is atrocious. Overall his decision making is very concerning. His decision making alone against New England cost us that game. Way too many to fix and develop, this guy is not going to panout. Yeah I can see him being a top 15-20 range but I'd rather look elsewhere. If your QB is in that range you will be mediocre. You need to be seeking a QB he is or develops into a top 10 QB to win in this league and when I mean win, I mean mean significant wins! Andrew Luck, RG3,Wilson.Foles,Cousins are all rookies too. It's not that Tannehill comes right in line after these guys, He is bar far the worst of all these guys. RG3 doesn't have a #1 WR,Wilson doesn't, Foles doesn't. A really good QB (top10) makes the WR's.
But the poster is nice!