Green Bay was using some of the looks, even though Rodgers was hardly going to take off. I mentioned this several weeks ago, that don't think only the teams with athletic quarterbacks are going to abuse something that obviously befuddles NFL defenses right now. Everybody will incorporate some if it. If a team plays Seattle one week and gets gashed by Wilson, then unexpectedly sees the same look midgame a week later, the defenders aren't going to completely ignore it based on the identity of the quarterback. The brain and legs will naturally remember, and panic.
Very, very few games will unfold like San Francisco against Green Bay, with Kaepernick running time after time. The coordinators are looking to cause confusion and hesitation in the secondary. This is the latest tool. I guarantee plenty of them are salivating right now, drawing up read option schemes, and ones that naturally flow off their typical tendencies.
Tannehill has straight line ability and isn't a klutz at sensing or avoiding contact, like Robert Griffin. But Tannehill also isn't nimble and instinctive like Wilson, able to turn himself into a ball while going down. I'd be worried Tannehill would take several jarring blows to the legs if we run this frequently.