>Here are Ryan Tannehill's numbers through four games in each of his five NFL seasons: 2012: 80/143, 55.94%, 1046 yards, 2TD, 6INT, 7.31 YPA, 66.4 rating 2013: 93/142, 65.49%, 1076 yards, 5TD, 5INT, 7.58 YPA, 85.3 rating 2014: 93/155, 60.00%, 902 yards, 6TD, 3INT, 5.82 YPA, 81.2 rating 2015: 97/171, 56.73%, 1080 yards, 7TD, 5INT, 6.32 YPA, 77.1 rating 2016: 88/138, 63.77%, 1081 yards, 6 TD, 5INT, 7.83 YPA, 87.3 rating As the numbers show, Tannehill has thrown the fewest passes through four games this year of any of his five seasons. However, he's thrown for the most yards (though obviously very close), the second highest completion percentage, highest yards per attempt, and best rating. Despite what was mostly an ugly game vs the Bengals, and regardless of team record, 2016 has been about as good a start to a season as Tannehill has had in many ways. >For whatever reason, he has generally been worse at throwing interceptions early in the year, and then gotten better as the season has progressed. 2012: 6 in first four games (4.20%), 7 in final 12 (2.05%) 2013: 5 in first four games (3.52%), 12 in final 12 (2.69%) 2014: 3 in first four games (1.94%), 9 in final 12 (2.17%) 2015: 5 in first four games (2.92%), 7 in final 12 (1.69%) 2016: 5 in first four games (3.62%), ????? > Through 4 games played, Dan Marino and Tannehill are the only Miami quarterbacks to ever throw for 1000+ yards. Tannehill now holds the #6 & #7 marks on that list with his last two seasons. > Marino and Tannehill are the only Miami QBs to throw for 6+ touchdowns in the first four games twice or more. RT has now done it three times. > Through four games of his fifth NFL season, Tannehill now has the 9th most passing yards through five years of any NFL player. > If he were to start the final 12 games of the season, he would join only Peyton Manning and Joe Flacco to have started his first 80 games at QB in the NFL. ___________________________________________________________________________ >Jarvis Landry now holds the top two spots in Miami history for most receptions through four games played in a season. 2015: 28 rec, 270 yards, 9.64 YPC, 0 TD 2016: 31 rec, 375 yards, 12.10 YPC, 1 TD > This season, his 375 yards are good for the 6th most in Dolphins history through four games. > Through four games of his third NFL season, he already ranks #8 all time in most receptions through three NFL seasons, with 225. The current record for three full seasons is held by AJ Green, with 260. Landry is currently one catch behind Randy Moss and Brandon Marshall, and five behind Larry Fitzgerald. > He currently ranks #70 for most rec yards through three seasons, with 2290. 24 players in league history have totaled 3000+ rec yards in their first three seasons. > He currently ranks #14 all time among Miami Dolphins in catches. Next up ahead of him are Oronde Gadsden with 227 and Jim Jensen with 229. > He is currently #18 in Dolphin history in rec yards. Next up is Bruce Hardy with 2455. > He became the 31st Dolphin to ever catch 10+ TD passes. ________________________________________________________________________________________ > Adam Gase has started 1-3 as head coach of the team, and 0-3 on the road. Joe Philbin also started 1-3 overall, and 1-2 in his first three road games, before finishing 2-6 on the road in his first season. Tony Sparano started 2-2 overall, and 1-2 in his first three road games, before finishing 6-2 on the road his first season. Cam Cameron started 0-4 overall, and 0-3 on the road. He did not win a road game. Nick Saban started 2-2 overall, and 0-3 on the road, before finishing 4-4 on the road in his first season. Dave Wannstedt started 3-1 overall, and 1-2 on the road, before finishing 6-2 on the road his first season. Jimmy Johnson started 3-1 overall, and 2-1 on the road, before finishing 4-4 on the road his first season. Don Shula started 3-1 overall, and 2-1 on the road, before finishing 4-3 on the road his first season. George Wilson started 0-4 overall, and 0-3 on the road, before finishing 1-6 on the road his first season.