Of course QB is NOT a major concern for us this off season. If you draft a QB in the first round, start him an entire season, he plays decent and you throw him away after his first season...what is the point of drafting a QB in the first place? if you don't give him time to show what he can do, why would you bother drafting one? When we drafted him, we knew QB won't be a concern in the next three to four off seasons. If Tannehill falters like buttfumble after four years QB will be a major concern for us again. But in this case we will be looking for a new coach and GM too. So, give Tannehill at least two more years to show what he's made of.
Barkley will be a damn good QB. Just hope the Bills and Jets pass on him.
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How desperate have Miami Dolphin fans become since not having a decent QB since Marino retired?
Some think that a QB that finished 56th out of 115 QBs ranked in college last year and led the preseason #8 Aggies to a 7-6 record and out of the top 25, followed that by finishing 27th (not 29th b/c Smith and Kaepernick barely missed out on qualifying due to lack of attempts at 218 each) and leading Miami to a 6-9 record (not counting the Jets game in which Moore led Miami) has resolved the QB woes and the position is no longer a major concern...
How about waiting until Tannehill actually EARNS the praise.
As I am typing just watched a FRESHMAN QB at Texas A&M throw another TD pass against Oklahoma. Wonder who Aggie fans think is the better QB...a 5th year senior named Tannehill who played for them last year or a red-shirt freshman Johnny football.