And oh by the way, Dalton isn't even average. He's only slightly above the Sanchez level of play. He should be a back-up.
How many picks did Tanny throw against that huston defence
Don't hate on Dalton, most of us would kill to have had our QB lead our team into the playoffs back to back years
Yeah being from Ohio I have to root for the Bengals a bit, and I want to like the guy, but from what I've seen he hasnt proven that he can really carry a team when they need him too. Unfortunately I would say the same thing about Tannehill, but I will not start to take points from Tannehill until he shows he cant do it with good talent around him. From what I've seen from both, I prefer Tannehill, when he gets someone that can go get those long bombs, and he becomes comfortable throwing down the middle he is gonna be so much fun to watch. Tannehill I feel has been more accurate and consistent than any QB weve had for a while (except maybe Penny), its the receivers that are inconsistent. Tannehill has shown he can work the sideline VERY well, its those long balls, and intermediate routes down the middle he has struggled with. I would gues a lot of it has to do with confidence in his receivers, our guys havent exactly been stellar catching balls over the middle, and if you dont catch those, its a 50/50 ball up in the air. How many times have we seen a tipped pass across the middle turn into a pick over the last decade? Too many times for me.
The year of the U
R1: Micheal Bennett DT Ohio State(After trading down to gain extra 3rd rounder)
R2: Denzel Perryman LB Miami
R3: Laken tomlinson G Duke
R3b: Ladarius Gunther CB Miami
R4: Phillip Dorsett WR Miami
R5: Adrian Amos Safety Penn State
R6: Warren Herring DT Wisconsin
R7: Kaleb Johnson G Rutgers
At a time when the Dolphins fanbase needs a boost, and the U has talented players that somehow went unnoticed, what better time to go heavy on drafting Hurricanes??