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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    He missed a lot of throws, again- that game should have been over by halftime. The stats look much better than the eyeball test. he was better in the 2nd mostly due to 2 WRs taking short passes and making 3-4 guys miss turning them into long TDs.
    I seem to remember buttfumble winning a few games with short throws to Holmes. I don't recall you trying to take credit away from him though. In fact, it was the exact opposite. You said things like, "It was a perfect pass" or how difficult of a throw it was to make with the defenders near. Why doesn't the same apply for Tannehill?

    The throw to Hartline was an outstanding pass. It was right in between two defenders and placed perfectly. The TD to Wallace wasn't anything special, but that is 1 pass. Tannehill missed a few throws, but that doesn't mean he wasn't good. The game could have been much different before halftime with Tannehill playing the exact same game had the kicker not missed a makeable FG, or if our RBs could gain 1 yard on 3rd and 4th down.

    He didn't play great, but saying he didn't play good is not accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    I will always admit when opposing players play well, Ryan Tannehill did not play well and please spare me your graphs and statsheets. I saw him miss a ton of easy throws, if he was good that game is over by halftime.

    I don't see every play of every game but I see a lot more than just the Jets.
    The only guys I've ever heard you compliment are buttfumble and Brady. You give excuses out the ******* about how Peyton and Eli Manning are bums. Now you say Tannehill didn't play well and it was his WRs that deserve all the credit for their TDs.

    You know because no other QB in the league has thrown a 10 yard pass to a WR and they took it to the house.



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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    Obviously not if you think he was good Sunday.

    I don't think QB is an issue for them either, I think Ryan can be a good QB in this league but he has not had a good year. I expect he will continue to get better though.
    He's going to finish with a better QB rating this year than Mark buttfumble ever had in his brief career. I remember you saying buttfumble had good years early on. What gives? Let me guess, something to do with the AFC Title games right? They mask all of your arguments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The New Guy View Post
    I seem to remember buttfumble winning a few games with short throws to Holmes. I don't recall you trying to take credit away from him though. In fact, it was the exact opposite. You said things like, "It was a perfect pass" or how difficult of a throw it was to make with the defenders near. Why doesn't the same apply for Tannehill?

    The throw to Hartline was an outstanding pass. It was right in between two defenders and placed perfectly. The TD to Wallace wasn't anything special, but that is 1 pass. Tannehill missed a few throws, but that doesn't mean he wasn't good. The game could have been much different before halftime with Tannehill playing the exact same game had the kicker not missed a makeable FG, or if our RBs could gain 1 yard on 3rd and 4th down.

    He didn't play great, but saying he didn't play good is not accurate.
    he won a game w/ a short throw to Holmes, a game our K missed 3 Fgs and even had Holmes not made a great move to score we would have ben in FG range to win it(could he have missed 4?). did Mark miss a ton of throws that game like Ryan?

    he didn't have a good game, if he would have you guys would have blown us out by halftime.

    I am not insulting him, I am not saying he can't play just that he struggled. I think it's a good sign to struggle and put up good #s.

    Quote Originally Posted by PhinzN703 View Post
    The only guys I've ever heard you compliment are buttfumble and Brady. You give excuses out the ******* about how Peyton and Eli Manning are bums. Now you say Tannehill didn't play well and it was his WRs that deserve all the credit for their TDs.

    You know because no other QB in the league has thrown a 10 yard pass to a WR and they took it to the house.
    That's not true at all, I speak the truth on all QBs. I never said Peyton isn't an all time great, just that he isn't as good as Brady.

    I never said Eli sucks, just that he was never elite.

    Quote Originally Posted by PhinzN703 View Post
    He's going to finish with a better QB rating this year than Mark buttfumble ever had in his brief career. I remember you saying buttfumble had good years early on. What gives? Let me guess, something to do with the AFC Title games right? They mask all of your arguments.
    That's awesome! did you know Daunte Culpepper has a higher rating than Dan marino? he must be better!

    many QBs do but how many miss a million throws that would have blown a game open?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    Obviously not if you think he was good Sunday.

    I don't think QB is an issue for them either, I think Ryan can be a good QB in this league but he has not had a good year. I expect he will continue to get better though.
    I'm not trying to argue with you. I just don't understand what you were seeing on Sunday when it comes to Tannehill. I know he missed a couple of deep balls but all QB's do. All QB's make bad throws throughout a game. The deep ball in particular is a low percentage throw to begin with.

    What did you see in Tannehill that made you not impressed with him? Because I came away from that game confirming my belief that he was a good young QB with a very bright future.

    You clearly were very impressed with buttfumble during his time with the Jets. If he had a game like Tannehill had on Sunday you wouldn't have been talking about how good he played?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetsfan89 View Post
    I'm not trying to argue with you. I just don't understand what you were seeing on Sunday when it comes to Tannehill. I know he missed a couple of deep balls but all QB's do. All QB's make bad throws throughout a game. The deep ball in particular is a low percentage throw to begin with.

    What did you see in Tannehill that made you not impressed with him? Because I came away from that game confirming my belief that he was a good young QB with a very bright future.

    You clearly were very impressed with buttfumble during his time with the Jets. If he had a game like Tannehill had on Sunday you wouldn't have been talking about how good he played?
    If mark had that game I'd be happy we won(which is all that really matters) but disappointed he left so many points out there.

    He missed a ton of easy throws, he kept us in the game. I think Ryan is a good, young QB that can become a good vet in the coming years. He's not quite there yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadDog 88 View Post
    I believe a hear a very rotund lady singing.
    why? we are very much alive, just need to win out and hope Bal loses 2 of 3 which is very possible- at least the Bal losing part.

    it's nice that geno finally show positive signs again, it helped to have kerley back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    why? we are very much alive, just need to win out and hope Bal loses 2 of 3 which is very possible- at least the Bal losing part.

    it's nice that geno finally show positive signs again, it helped to have kerley back.
    The Jets win out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadDog 88 View Post
    The Jets win out?
    you never know, we'll know for sure this weekend. If they can beat Carolina on the road then obviously they can beat Miami on the road. I don't expect it but you never know.
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