And yet if you compare Henne and Tannehill for their first 40 games, their stats look eerily similar. In fact, Henne was a top 5 QB in the league in year 3 until he got hurt, and that's despite the horrible coaching that was forced down his throat ("Throw the touch pass 20 times a game...and we don't care if it's your worst throw!"). Once they opened up the offense to suit his skill-set though, he was putting up huge numbers. All I'm saying is that if you want the "doubters" to praise Tannehill's recent growth, then don't try to turn this into a "told you so" type of conversation. Because we "told you so" that Tannehill would suck and so far, he's self-destructed down the stretch in 2 of his 2 full seasons. So that game can be played two ways and it's not getting us anywhere.