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Thread: Omar Kelly: "Ryan Tannehill cannot throw-down the Middle?

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    Question Omar Kelly: "Ryan Tannehill cannot throw-down the Middle?

    Listening to Dan Selio and on several other occasions this has been one of Omar's biggest criticism against Tannehill. Is he right? Someone, particularly with X's and O's knowledge(Tedd,Hoops, Ck?) can you explain what hes talking about because frankly I just dont see what Omar is claiming.

    Sure I can remember him not being accurate to Bess, Clay and Hartline going across the middle.But on the other hand I recall him squeezing it into Clay between three defenders and ALOT more successful throws in the middle of the field to Bess and Hartline, than not. In addition, I'm not even going to entertain the WHO THE HELL ON THIS TEAM CAN EVEN GET DOWN THE MIDDLE OF THE FEILD? question

    So bottom line what is it Omar is seeing that I'm not?


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    With the lack of a receiver that can get any seperation past 12 yards he must make a perfect throw. Sorry we don't know what Tannehill can or can't do yet. Let's see what he can do with a good receiver or two then we can decide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrlandoFin View Post
    With the lack of a receiver that can get any seperation past 12 yards he must make a perfect throw. Sorry we don't know what Tannehill can or can't do yet. Let's see what he can do with a good receiver or two then we can decide.
    This is my thinking as well. But I don't know much about the X's and O's of the game so perhaps its a technical aspect that I'm not registering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slickrickpuppy View Post
    i say sherman doesn't let him throw in the middle.
    That question was asked and Omars response was because "they" don't trust him!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrlandoFin View Post
    With the lack of a receiver that can get any seperation past 12 yards he must make a perfect throw. Sorry we don't know what Tannehill can or can't do yet. Let's see what he can do with a good receiver or two then we can decide.
    No Omar is an idiot. Tannehill had two nice bullet strikes down the middle against SF. Omar is such a deuchbag
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    i say sherman doesn't let him throw in the middle.
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    I think he has the ABILITY to do so, but he is hesitant because he can't trust his receivers to make a play/fight for position/ etc.

    Also, his balls down the middle look a bit low and off target because his footwork doesn't seem like where it should be. Is that because his short reads are usually his last option and by that time, the pocket is collapsing?

    Would you through the ball down the middle, into the teeth of the defense, with Anthony Fasano being your primary target. (The "fast offensive tackle" at this point in his career)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DolfanGator View Post
    I think he has the ABILITY to do so, but he is hesitant because he can't trust his receivers to make a play/fight for position/ etc.

    Also, his balls down the middle look a bit low and off target because his footwork doesn't seem like where it should be. Is that because his short reads are usually his last option and by that time, the pocket is collapsing?

    Would you through the ball down the middle, into the teeth of the defense, with Anthony Fasano being your primary target. (The "fast offensive tackle" at this point in his career)

    I have been hammered for my thinking on Fasano. But game tape shows the complete waste of space that is Fasano. 5 year starter, 4 QBs, and still can't hit the 40 rec mark. Henne was handicapped having Fasano as a starting TE. Now its Tannehill who is being handicapped by not having a seam threat at TE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DolfanGator View Post
    Also, his balls down the middle look a bit low and off target
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    Regardless, Omar Kelly is a jackass.
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