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Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by yoge, Sep 20, 2015.
Stats smats. How does he perform against playoff quality defenses?
Still undisputed. Ask the SEC and PAC12. Oh, and lame comeback.
LOL!! Played the softest schedule in the FBS!
Barely beat NIU and Indiana. Keep telling yourself you are good.
Still stings huh? Undisputed!
Would lose 3-4 games a year in the SEC. Maybe 5.
That's what Alabama thought.
Without their OC this year, they look terrible. Cardale Jones is making terrible decisions. They should start Barrett. They won't beat MSU or Michigan this year.
Oh, class dismissed. Lol
And that didn't help your cause..
hey! I patented that!
because you're a moron?
No, it is definitely because of the way you defend your fellow. It's really sweet and so cute it seems like that would all go together.
What bothers me about Tannehill at this point is that he still looks "young." Still no command of the offense, still no command of the position. Still not surveying the defense pre-snap and making the correct decisions based on it. Still not responding to the pass rush with movement and an extension of the play. Still looks like a rookie in those ways.
Doesn't alot of that fall on the coaches for not developing him properly?
Forgot about this thread, Anyone want to post Dalton's stats today?
Jake Stoneburner caught a fade in the corner, but Tannehill missed too many end-zone touch passes
Tim Ireland / AP
There really isn't any aspect of the Miami operation that has performed even decently (other than the punt and punt return units), but Ryan Tannehill's continued overthrows of balls that he has to put air underneath is maddening. And, a lot of the touch passes fly well out of the field of play.
This is what drives me most crazy about this guy in the 4 years he has been here.
Not surprised you spend time imagining other men's bedrooms. Bet you spend a lot of time on it. You certainly don't waste that time watching football
What tells us we should place the responsibility for that on the coaching staff versus placing it on the player himself?
Is it always the case that when a player simply isn't good enough in the NFL, the blame lies with a coaching staff for not developing him properly? Was that the cause of, let's say, Chad Henne's inadequacy?
Very simple. Check out a QBR and Passer Rating chart, then check out accomplishments and compare rosters. Tannehill is mediocre.
Everybody plays better with protection, everybody. But I just don't know. Usually you can see talent shining through even when they're being harassed, but I'm not sure I see it anymore. What if Tannehill has been Carr'd and Harrington'd?
So, uh - what the hell is this?
Stay classy Tannehill.
Are you implying those players would've been good had they not been harassed so much early in their careers? If so, how do we know?