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Thread: Omar happy,Every Ryan Tannehill interception for 2012 article.

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    Omar Kelly is a Journalist. He's doing his ****ing job. I thought you guys loved that pessismistic point of view. Just because he ain't drinking the 14 different qb to start since Marino retired, don't mean the sky is falling. He just like Pete Prisco, are missing the most important trait of Ryan, which is the ability to recognize what coverage the Defense is in, and setting his protection correctly. Furthemore, Tannehill constant stride to make sure there's no wasted plays, and to always get the perfect adjustments based on the situation. For that alone he's Brady esque. But only timw will tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    well then lay it on us...give me something other than deep ball poor placement as a rookie to explain your stance also...

    i'd like some meat and damn potatoes...
    He's got nothing but baloney and 3 week old stale potato chips.
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    Lets get those balls deep!!

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    huh....After watching that I actually feel better about those picks. Only maybe 3 of those were ill advised throws. Both pick 6's were not good, but not horrible. Fasano let his man get in front of him on the jets pick 6, although tanny did throw too late. The worst throw I thought he made all year got called back for roughing the passer against the seachickens.
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    The Jets pick six bothered me the most and the Cardinal or Ram Int. Tanny was hitting tight windows as early as game 2 and more than once in every game,you lose sometimes on those.He knows he threw a few balls late,they know it when the ball leaves their hand most of the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strangeworld View Post
    The excuse making on this thread is legendary....
    There is a difference between excuse and explanation. I will admit it can be a gray area but if you aren't willing to acknowledge that then you are being just as biased as an "excuse" maker.
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    Omar happy,Every Ryan Tannehill interception for 2012 article.

    CK - why did you put this together for this a..hole? I wouldn't do anything for him including reading his garbage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by butta247 View Post
    CK - why did you put this together for this a..hole? I wouldn't do anything for him including reading his garbage.
    We have a working relationship. Keep in mind, things have been rocky between us in the past and we're not afraid to disagree with each other pretty strongly, but he has his role he plays for the Sun Sentinel and I think once I kind of accepted that perspective on things I started to understand him a little better. I do actually think the pendulum has swung maybe a little bit too far the other way, people hating him for reasons that aren't even good anymore.

    Simon and I have done a lot of work for the Sun Sentinel. I don't mind getting along with everyone on staff there. I'm not out to make enemies. Think of me like an Ethan Skolnick. I'm just here to chill and do my work.

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    Didn't Tannehill have a Dolphins rookie record for consecutive passes without an INT last year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by datruth55 View Post
    Didn't Tannehill have a Dolphins rookie record for consecutive passes without an INT last year?
    Found the article from Sun-Sentinel no less.

    MIAMI GARDENS Dolphins rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill continues to make late-season improvement, so much that heading into next week's finale he's the best he's been all season.

    In his last two games Tannehill is 35-for-53 passing for 350 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions. He has an impressive passer rating of 109.8.

    In his last four games Tannehill has five touchdowns and no interceptions. He's gone a span of 137 passes without an interception.

    In his last six games Tannehill has thrown seven touchdowns and three interceptions.

    And on the ground, in the last two weeks he's had runs of 30 and 31 yards. The latter is the second-longest rush by a quarterback in franchise history, and the former is tied for third.

    "He's getting into a rhythm," running back Reggie Bush said. "It looks like he's improving and maturing."

    Tannehill, who entered Sunday's 24-10 victory over Buffalo having completed 60.3 percent of his passes the previous four games, was 13-for-25 passing for 130 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions for a 93.8 passer rating, the fourth-best of the season.

    Tannehill now has 3,059 yards passing, becoming the fifth quarterback in franchise history to reach that milestone.
    http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/201...chard-marshall

    No question Omar has an agenda here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZYDOLFAN305 View Post
    Omar Kelly is a Journalist. He's doing his ****ing job. I thought you guys loved that pessismistic point of view. Just because he ain't drinking the 14 different qb to start since Marino retired, don't mean the sky is falling. He just like Pete Prisco, are missing the most important trait of Ryan, which is the ability to recognize what coverage the Defense is in, and setting his protection correctly. Furthemore, Tannehill constant stride to make sure there's no wasted plays, and to always get the perfect adjustments based on the situation. For that alone he's Brady esque. But only timw will tell.
    He's a tool actually. Not what you said.



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