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Feeling backside pressure, knowing how to consistently avoid pressure at the last moment. Those are instinctual traits that every truly elite quarterback possesses.
It's what separates guys like Manning, Brady, Rodgers, Brees, and Luck from the rest of the pack. They work the pocket like magicians.
And needless to say, Tannehill's are a FAR cry from the aforementioned.
I like RT and think he puts in enough work and study time to succeed, but I haven't seen enough to believe he can be a game-changing quarterback. Hopefully he takes that next step this season.
Ricky Williams: the greatest back in Miami Dolphins history
Bet 3 years is guaranteed for about 50-55 million. Bengal are smart enough to leave themselves an out in 3 years.
None of the contracts ever end up getting paid unless you are at the top of the game.
So they bet on him for a few more years.
I'm rooting for him. It's been nice having the local team doing well and not being the joke of the league. Even got to go to a playoff game last year. Unfortunately my team **** the bed in the last 2 games and didn't make it to the game with me and the bengals.
Also bengals doing good means vendors spend their entertainment dollars on NFL instead of the Reds. Free NFL games have become a part of my life since Andy Dalton came to Cincy.
Now if it comes to bengals-dolphins then the hell with Andy. But happy for him now.
hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"