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    Tannehill is a keeper....Get rid of the Sherman boys...Bring in a PROVEN QB coach.
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    No. I think Sherman is holding him back, trying to not break his confidence. That's why the conservative play calling. Tannehill does a lot better in the 2 minute offense.
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    I just think,these coaches are not the best for developing a young QB....muchless a young raw QB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finfan54 View Post
    football is the biggest team sport there is. He needs more firepower in front of him.

    I'm sticking with one more year. bottom line.
    Ok if you say so...
    7-9 again this year? Good Stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick Pepperwood View Post
    Ok if you say so...
    7-9 again this year? Good Stuff
    Another solid effort by you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick Pepperwood View Post
    Ok if you say so...
    7-9 again this year? Good Stuff
    And your answer is?
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    Big NO, nepotism is never a good thing, it never allows you to get the best person for the job, there are much better QB coaches that can help Tannehill succeed in the NFL then Zach Taylor.

    The potential is there, Miami needs to find someone better to coach him up faster to reach that ceiling most of us see Tannehill having.
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    People have been asking all year, why does Tannehill not move around, it's very obvious that he was told by Sherman in the beginning of the year, he had to stay in the pocket, and not run even if he saw a huge gain to be made. Now he is being allowed to move around, and Sacking Tannehill has become much tougher.

    If Tannehill had gotten hurt due to all those shots he took, it would have been on Sherman for not allowing Tannehill to move around.
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    Nepotism is just fine if the product is good. The problem here is the product is undetermined yet. It's clear that RT has skill and potential. I don't think the current QB coach is a good one, and should be replaced. Sherman at OC is alright, but I'm not happy with the play calling. I'm sure one could argue the O line problems have contributed to that, but you need to call a play to get 10 yards when you need to go 8, not the other way around.
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    Having Zac Taylor based on no former QB coaching experience and 2 yrs QB'ing at Nebraska developing this raw, formative and impressionable asset is IMO little better than having Stevie Wonder (after reading a How-To book in Braille) as your Archery coach So if it's no to Taylor, then it's a negatory to Sherman also for putting his family before the best interests of the team. Double Ixnay!


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