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Thread: Finally QB is not a major concern!

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    Texas A&M's QB replacement for Ryan Tannehill has become the first freshman in history to win the Heisman... and now he's tearing up the Cotton Bowl tonight....... if Tannehill doesn't work out, Suck for Manziel.
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    If we take this sort of approach, its a disaster for failure. You don't believe me, look at Alex Smith.

    A 7-9 season, and Ryan Tannehill's 12- TD's against 13- picks is not good by any means.

    Let's wait and see what happens in the off-season and pre-season first.

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    ughhh yeah you cant really compare johnny football to ryan tannehill. quick without googling it, who replaced marino at pitt, oh yeah bet it wasnt a heisman qb, how many freshman starting qbs have went on to win the heisman.....hmmm one, so yeah i would but am would want him more. but if he was just another guy, sheeesh. lets see what we got before we start crying we need better,
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    Quote Originally Posted by electrolyte View Post
    Texas A&M's QB replacement for Ryan Tannehill has become the first freshman in history to win the Heisman... and now he's tearing up the Cotton Bowl tonight....... if Tannehill doesn't work out, Suck for Manziel.
    Dont worry, the Colts will be the first team in history to go Superbowl to 0-16 to Superbowl
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    Quote Originally Posted by BG12DM13CP10 View Post
    The Colts are in the playoffs after being the worst team last year; and Luck did it with a worse team than us. Luck wins games, has many 4th quarter comebacks, including beating us. And Quarterback is a Major Concern for us if we want to win.
    Well, does Miami really have a goto receiver as Reggie Wayne.....or as good a verticle receiver as Hilton for that matter?

    Who was the better recieving TE between Fasano and Dwayne Allen? Fasano caught 41 receptions for 332 yards 5tds (80 yards after catch), Dwayne Allen had 45 for 521 3 TDs (225 yards after catch).

    Yes, Miami might have better talent on defense, and at RB, but this is not a team comparison, it's a comparison on two QBs, and and the talent they both had around them to help them passing wise. Luck will probably be a better QB when both of them are retired, but the point is, Luck had better receiving talent around him, yet he ended up with only .4 points better then Tannhill.

    I may be wrong, but I have a feeling this off season Miami is going to concentrate more then the Colts on geting better receiving talent. Tannehill should have better receiving talent around him, while Luck will have more or less the same receiving talent to help him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BG12DM13CP10 View Post
    The Colts are in the playoffs after being the worst team last year; and Luck did it with a worse team than us. Luck wins games, has many 4th quarter comebacks, including beating us. And Quarterback is a Major Concern for us if we want to win.
    Your being really nieve to think INDY has a worse team than Miami. Reggie Wayne is having his best season of his career and with the emergence of T.Y. Hilton the offense has become more potent. Oh and let us not forget, Dwayne Allen, and Coby Fleener. If you can garner better Miami offensive statistics than those above mentioned, you'd be right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tazthenomad View Post
    It's not often I bother to reply to a post like yours - but seriously what is your agenda?

    You wanted Devlin to start.

    You say that the Colts are a worse team than the Dolphins offensively. Really? That's just silly.
    No, the Colts are better offensively because they have a good quarterback. Yes, Devlin should start, and he is one of the best quarterbacks in the 2011 class, but unfortunately he hasn't gotten his chance YET, and we are wasting time with Tannehill for Ireland's job sake--maybe we'll see when/if Tannehill goes down next year.
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    Well if Tanny doesn't progress there is always his replacement...Johnny Football.
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    1972 Dolphins LogoMike Wallace 11Cam Wake 91Tannehill 17Dolphin
    I do not want a 6 foot spread formation QB. Blah.
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    We may draft a QB in the later rounds as a development player. Matt Moore is probably gone this off-season as lots of teams are looking for QBs. Someone will give him a chance to start. So even with Devlin on the roster, I bet we draft a QB.
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