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Thread: Omar Kelly should be removed of his position. He sucks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    It was the perfect storm. Was it PFF which attributed something like 5 or 6 sacks solely to Tannehill? Well watching some of those in person, I think that might be a conservative evaluation. However, still, while I believe the blame falls mostly with the OL, aside from attributing some culpability to RT17, IMO a schizoid backfield that could not earn the respect of the defense, nor could block for crap must step up and claim its fair share of responsibility. So to should an OC, who when it came to predictable and uninspired play-calling turned out to be a reincarnation of Dan Henning. Consequently, there's plenty of blame to go around, but personally, I wouldn't even assess 25% of it to Ryan.
    We can argue for days over doling out percentages, but that aside, I think you're correct in everything else. Hopefully, addressing the o-line and coordinator issues will clear the way for improvement in the other problem areas.
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    Wow people are really emotional. You would think that some posters actually know Tannehill and Kelly
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    I personally like Omar. He calls it like he sees it. No different than people on FH giving their opinions. With the difference he actually gets inside the locker room, and is able to talk to coaches players and staff. He doesn't go report every stupid whisper people retweet only to have to recant soon thereafter. He's actually one of the more real ones. The way I see people don't like him because he doesn't blow sunshine out of his ass tell you how great the team is when we really aren't.

    We missed the playoffs. We suck. 10 years of hearing how we're "close" has made some people so complacent to mediocrity.

    I personally agree with him on Tannehill. I don't give a **** about stats mind you. My barometer is and always will be... is he taking us to the playoffs. I'm all for drafting a QB until we find one that will. I won't hitch my cart to his train until I see a consistent 16 game performance culminating in the playoffs. When the season was on the line he didn't deliver. I don't care how many times people get sucked off by some analyst who says he has the "skills". Great then, hit a deep ****ing bomb. Lead us to the damn playoffs. Until then... he is what he is. And that is a bottom 20 QB.

    As for Omars other comments, I don't care for them either, but I don't pay attention to them. Hard to be upset about a guy I've never met in my life and likely never will. Asinine to be so upset about people online. The guy can post whatever he damn well wants on his feed. It's his. Who am I to say what he should or shouldn't. And I certainly don't spend a second thinking about **** he posts I don't like. Its a free country.


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    LOL at the OP!
    Fans are negative bc of Omar??? LOL, maybe a pathetic collapse with the playoffs in the grasp against two shiatty teams breeds negativity?
    Maybe the fact that we haven't won a playoff game since Lamar Smith?
    Maybe bc we look up at the Patriots every single year, and homers pretend every year we will improve until we don't.

    Omar is an idiot. he knows nothing and is a pompous prick that thinks he knows football.
    But, he is pretty close on Tannehill, I think he is a middle of the pack qb right now, so Omar was a couple of spots off maybe IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by mnphinfan View Post
    If that's the case then why did Tannehill average a faster release time from snap than Brady and just about an identical one to Manning? This has been talked about adnauseum on this forum so Im a little suprised to see someone use this as an arguement.
    Well, here is an example for you.
    Manning and Brady hold the ball longer when they know they have time. If protection holds up, they hold the ball and look for a better option or big play. If pro breaks down they get it out quick.
    Tannehill, doesn't feel pressure, ball comes out where and when it was predetermined to
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFin View Post
    If Brady or Manning were our QB last season, its highly doubtful either one would have survived 58 sacks and been playing come playoff time....even if we had made it.

    .......Some of you really need to wake up. Is Tannehill a finished product? Of course not. Are Brady and Manning supermen than can overcome being on the receiving end of the 10th most sacks in NFL history? Get real!
    They wouldn't have taken 58 sacks lol. That is the whole point.
    Why is is that anyone rational, who is able to grasp reality has "an agenda". the only agenda is that of blind homers pretending Tannehill is something he isn't..yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by bird33 View Post
    so those lines in the mid 80's were that good when marino was getting sacked in single digits every year?
    Well let's see.....Hall of fame center Dwight Stephenson. 1st round picks Roy Foster & Jon Giesler, I think Foster made a few pro bowls and Giesler was a solid tackle, Ed Newman was a pro Bowl and 1st team all pro in 1984..........Yeah night and day in pass protect from last years line.
    Jay Fiedler can take his'n and lose to your'n.....or take your'n and lose to his'n.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slk018 View Post
    They wouldn't have taken 58 sacks lol. That is the whole point.
    Why is is that anyone rational, who is able to grasp reality has "an agenda". the only agenda is that of blind homers pretending Tannehill is something he isn't..yet
    Yeah I'm sure two unathletic late 30's QB's would have eluded some of those sacks that Tannehill did...yeah undoubtedly with their experience they probably would have gotten rid of a few of those throws faster...but they also probably would not be as durable as a man in his early 20's as well.

    No one said Tannehill is a finished product......he is a young QB who had a shorter than normal amount of QB starts in college and is developing. I want too see what he does with a decent line and a good corp. of receivers...which he hasn't had both combined in either of his two years here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadianfishfan View Post
    I personally like Omar. He calls it like he sees it. No different than people on FH giving their opinions. With the difference he actually gets inside the locker room, and is able to talk to coaches players and staff. He doesn't go report every stupid whisper people retweet only to have to recant soon thereafter. He's actually one of the more real ones. The way I see people don't like him because he doesn't blow sunshine out of his ass tell you how great the team is when we really aren't.

    We missed the playoffs. We suck. 10 years of hearing how we're "close" has made some people so complacent to mediocrity.

    I personally agree with him on Tannehill. I don't give a **** about stats mind you. My barometer is and always will be... is he taking us to the playoffs. I'm all for drafting a QB until we find one that will. I won't hitch my cart to his train until I see a consistent 16 game performance culminating in the playoffs. When the season was on the line he didn't deliver. I don't care how many times people get sucked off by some analyst who says he has the "skills". Great then, hit a deep ****ing bomb. Lead us to the damn playoffs. Until then... he is what he is. And that is a bottom 20 QB.

    As for Omars other comments, I don't care for them either, but I don't pay attention to them. Hard to be upset about a guy I've never met in my life and likely never will. Asinine to be so upset about people online. The guy can post whatever he damn well wants on his feed. It's his. Who am I to say what he should or shouldn't. And I certainly don't spend a second thinking about **** he posts I don't like. Its a free country.
    You're right. He's no different than a poster on Finheaven.....Except that most people here use better grammar and syntax than he does.
    And he gets paid to post lazy, non factual opinion. For the life of me I can't understad why, other than the fact that we embrace failure.

    Other fans in other cities wouldn't put up with it.

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    yeah blue phin i think i know who dwight stephenson is and he was gone after 1987 which was ashame because he was the best center to ever play the game. but dont talk like giesler and newman and foster were all world talents. the run blocking back then was non existent. the bottom line was marino got rid of the ball, he didnt sit there like a robot and have zero pocket awareness. he used the rb's in the passing game a lot and bought time in the pocket, something tannehill either is really bad at doing or just needs more experience and i really hope its the latter.
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