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    Ryan Tannehill PFF#13 QB of 2012

    according to the article in Land Shark's thread
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    12 passing tds and a 58.3 completion % says otherwise
    will he get better with more weapons...lets pray he does
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    Get him some freaking help!!!!!!!!!!! Pretty tough to throw to WR's that rarely get open.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miamiron View Post
    12 passing tds and a 58.3 completion % says otherwise
    will he get better with more weapons...lets pray he does
    Actually, a case could be made that the biggest difference between Luck's "success" and Tannehill's remaining question marks at season's end was Ireland's decision not to pursue Reggie Wayne (who made it clear he would welcome the chance to come home).

    Consider:
    Tannehill:
    58.3% completion; 3294 yds, 12TDs, 13Ints, 206 yds/game

    Luck:
    54.1% completion; 4374yds, 23TDs, 18Ints, 273 yds/game

    Then subtract (from Luck) or add (to Tannehill)
    Reggie Wayne 2012
    106 receptions
    1355yds
    5TDs
    84.7yds game

    Now I'm not contending that Tannehill was on par with Luck last season nor that Reggie's numbers directly translate on a 1 to 1 executional basis, but generally speaking, if making a natural #3 receiver in Hartline , who was covered by the best defenders, into a 1000 yd receiver wasn't enough to excite you, then consider the difference a true #1 receiver like Reggie Wayne would have/will make in Tannehill's progression of success.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SQuinn17 View Post
    Get home some freaking help!!!!!!!!!!! Pretty tough to throw to WR's that rarely get open.
    That's what in saying. The people who want Werner @12 kill me. We finally got a QB now lets get tannehill some top tier talent. Patterson or eifert @12 please
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    I didn't give the PFF rankings much credibilty when they had Ryan Tannehill ahead of the Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miamiron View Post
    12 passing tds and a 58.3 completion % says otherwise
    will he get better with more weapons...lets pray he does
    You're using stats as your tool for evaluation whereas PFF is using game tape (good read, good throw ect).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    Actually, a case could be made that the biggest difference between Luck's "success" and Tannehill's remaining question marks at season's end was Ireland's decision not to pursue Reggie Wayne (who made it clear he would welcome the chance to come home).

    Consider:
    Tannehill:
    58.3% completion; 3294 yds, 12TDs, 13Ints, 206 yds/game

    Luck:
    54.1% completion; 4374yds, 23TDs, 18Ints, 273 yds/game

    Then subtract (from Luck) or add (to Tannehill)
    Reggie Wayne 2012
    106 receptions
    1355yds
    5TDs
    84.7yds game

    Now I'm not contending that Tannehill was on par with Luck last season nor that Reggie's numbers directly translate on a 1 to 1 executional basis, but generally speaking, if making a natural #3 receiver in Hartline , who was covered by the best defenders, into a 1000 yd receiver wasn't enough to excite you, then consider the difference a true #1 receiver like Reggie Wayne would have/will make in Tannehill's progression of success.

    I don't put much stock into PFF rankings, but I do think people who simply look at Tannehill's numbers are doing him a disservice. Almost as much of a disservice as the team management which decided to go into training camp with Brian Hartline, Davone Bess, and Chad Johnson as its anticipated receiving corps.

    If between Brian Hartline and Davone Bess they were capable of scoring one damn touchdown more than once every 15 games combined, we might be having a different conversation here.
    Take the damn bubble screen out of the playbook and call more freaking bootlegs in short yardage situations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 72 silky View Post
    That's what in saying. The people who want Werner @12 kill me. We finally got a QB now lets get tannehill some top tier talent. Patterson or eifert @12 please
    Most of us that are saying Werner, who most likely will be gone as some mocks have him gone by the second pick are expecting the phins to land a true #1 in FA. If they do then Werner is a great choice as you can pick up additional help for Tannehill in the 4 picks in rounds 2 and 3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 72 silky View Post
    That's what in saying. The people who want Werner @12 kill me. We finally got a QB now lets get tannehill some top tier talent. Patterson or eifert @12 please
    If we miss out on Wallace I'd consider Tavon Austin there as well. Guy has sub 4.3 speed.
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