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Thread: Schefter: Tannehill may not be the answer for Dolphins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joba-nator View Post
    out of all the rookie qbs, whose the only one without ANY help?

    Ryan Tannehill
    And who's the only one who came into camp with 4 years and 100% knowledge of the team's playbook?
    Ryan Tannehill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWarriorFins View Post
    How about they get some separation and tom brady wasn't very accurate despite all the offensive talent he has around him don't make it sound like tannehill and brady are in the same situation dealing with the same thing.
    I don't feel it's fair to blame just our receivers. Brady has certainly mastered his craft. I suggested he watch Brady tape and try to learn how Brady is doing it and I get rude reply? The passes I saw tonight from Brady looked like pretty close coverage to me. At some point we have to hold the QB accountable as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strangeworld View Post
    Not the first time he has done that... or thrown short of the sticks on 3rd down.

    Dude is THE worst QB in the NFL on third down... THE WORST.

    Let that sink in.
    To be fair, you could contribute some of this to the fact we only have TWO legitimate WRs. On 3rd downs it is helpful to have at least 3 good WRs out there to go against teams nickel packages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phinking View Post
    And who's the only one who came into camp with 4 years and 100% knowledge of the team's playbook?
    Ryan Tannehill.
    4 years of what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WVDolphan View Post
    To be fair, you could contribute some of this to the fact we only have TWO legitimate WRs. On 3rd downs it is helpful to have at least 3 good WRs out there to go against teams nickel packages.

    Bro dude's a bum... he does not have "IT".

    This is going to be Henne 2.0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strangeworld View Post
    Bro dude's a bum... he does not have "IT".

    This is going to be Henne 2.0.
    the rookie is a bum lol great analysis
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    Quote Originally Posted by OyeDale305 View Post
    the rookie is a bum lol great analysis
    While I don't agree that he is at bum status...there is something to be said about the "It" factor and he does not appear to have "it" at this point. I just wished he play with a little more fire outwardly, but you can't teach that either. You have to be born with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by X-FACTOR View Post
    While I don't agree that he is at bum status...there is something to be said about the "It" factor and he does not appear to have "it" at this point. I just wished he play with a little more fire outwardly, but you can't teach that either. You have to be born with it.
    Many great players don't show it in their rookie season even players like kobe in his rookie season. I don't see why he would need to get all fired over his mistakes I'd rather see him just cool it and not let it all go to his head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OyeDale305 View Post
    Funny people saying tannehill doesn't have the "it" factor.. but the Seattle game meant nothing lmao i swear ppl on here have no clue about football.. Wasn't this the year for tannehill to learn? LET HIM LEARN FFS stop comparing luck and RGIII to tannehill those were already ready to start.. just have some faith
    And people seem to have forgotten the come from behind tie vs the jets and the drive to set us up for the win vs the jets. He had a big game vs Oakland. He had a huge record setting game vs Arizona. As well as the great Luck played we were in a position to tie that game if Smith wasn't allergic to interceptions. Its really hilarious that some people try to claim Tannehill has shown no flashes and has done nothing all season.
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    What's up with people saying Tannehill has completely fallen off since the colts game. He played well against two elite defenses (SEA, SF) and held his own for the most part vs the Pats. But it is clear that we really need an outside threat to compliment Tannehill whether it is through free agency or the draft. Not to mention our O-line has looked very weak the second half of the season as well. Hop off the bandwagon now if you want but I'm giving this thing some time like everyone was supposed to (until RG3 and Andrew Luck happened).
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