Lol yeah lets all blame Tannehill when the GUY GETS 12 YARDS FROM RBS

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  1. TakeoSpikesNeck

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    NO RUNNING GAME AT ALL TO HELP HIM!!! THE COACHES ARE TO BLAME NOT Tannehill OPEN YOUR EYES!

    It all goes to Drafting. How is Tannehill supposed to do his job when he has no running game, no offensive line, no coaching staff. Stop blaming him.
     
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    he didnt have to have a run game today. he hits the throws hes supposed to the game is over by the fourth
     
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    we have had 4 games with under 20 yards rushing which = bad football team. enough said.... can't blame tanny
     
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    Miller is horrible. He got ran down that one play for a loss by literally everyone on the Panthers defense. He was billed as a speed/quickness guy but has neither at the NFL level. Honestly I realize it sounds desperate and stupid but I think maybe the biggest mistake by the Dolphins was not picking up Hillas, he may be average or below average but at least after every run the Dolphins wouldn't have to make up for the lost yards.
     
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    im just saying we could have won it without a run game today. i think tannehill could be very good. but he has to improve alot of things.
     
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    You reaching man. Let's talk about the missed throws
     
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    Everyone shares the blame for this loss. But Tannehill continues to prove he is a below average QB. Mike Wallace should have had 3 TDs today.
     
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    The lack of a running game does not help, but how many missed throws or underthrown balls that should of been easy TD's did Tannehilll have?
     
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    You're right. He should have had the game winning touchdown that Tannehill put right in his hands and he dropped on the second to the last play of the game. Tannehill didn't play perfect, but he has less time, no run game and more allowed hits than any QB in the league. Find me another QB that plays this good in these conditions. Oh wait, you can't.


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    Cam Newton 0 for everything on deep bomb attempts.

    Ryan Tannehill 2/4 110 yards 1TD with one drop by Mike Wallace at the goal line with 10 seconds to play, 65 yards in the air after the QB got blasted releasing the football.

    Yeah, he ****ing sucks. He can't throw the deep ball. Tom Brady woulda been 4/4 250 yards 4 TDs on those throws, man. Ryan Tannehill is the only QB in the league who doesn't have a 100% completion percentage for touchdowns on every throw on balls 50+ yards in the air when his receiver has a step.
     
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    It's a what have you done for me lately mentality for some fans, if the QB doesn't light it up coming out of the gate he's considered a bust. It's pretty sad if you ask me. I remember when Newton was considered a bust his 2nd year.
     
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    You can't give the QB a pass because the running game is tragic, it doesn't help him at all but not to score a single point in the second half has to be partly down to QB play, if not what his freakin job in the team ?
     
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    Tannehill didn't have his best game, that's for sure, but it also wasnt horrific by NFL standards, it was middling. As mentioned, the lack of running game definitely hurts the offense, especially in the 2nd half. That being said, Tannehill did leave a lot of plays out on the field.

    Regardless, he deserves a 3rd year to prove himself. His career could go either way at this point.
     
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    blaming RT is not cool. i think we should continue to make excuses for him.
     
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    Maybe teams are daring Tannehill to beat them?
     
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    No one is saying he isn't partly to blame but to put full blame on the kid is nonsense. He's got no support from his running game to do anything. It's Marino years all over again with no running game.
     
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    Sensible post, but if we pass on a good QB option in the draft to give Tannehill another year, it could come back and bite us in the bum.
     
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    Anyone remember what Brady did last week?
     
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    I'm curious to know how you feel about Luck? Without a running game and Reggie Wayne, he has looked worse than Tannehill. Tannehill plays behind the worst OL in the league, has no running game and has lost his TE and his 2nd receiver. No one thinks Luck is a bust, though.


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    And no one said he was fully to blame either !! But stop making excuses for him, it's Henne all over again.
     
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    I remember two other QB's that needed another year Fiedler & Henne that extra year did nothing for either of them, I firmly believe we will be looking for another QB in 2015.
     
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    LOL, I would take Luck any day of the week ahead of Tannehill. Luck has shown signs in his first two years of being a winner in this league, Tannehill has shown nothing but being an average at best NFL QB.

    Do you think the Colts would take a strainght trade Luck for RT ??? If not shut up.
     
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    Ya, I have Luck on my fantasy team so I have been following him closely and watching games when I can. He has been horrendous since Wayne went down. He is blowing chunks right now with -.42 points and just threw a pick 6 to our old friend Karlos Dansby.

    As I mentioned before, Tannehill had a middling game today, not a horrendous game that many people would have you believe. Let's not also forget this was a stout Panther D he was facing.
     
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    A. Luck 4/11 37 0 1

    Passer Rating: 8.5
     
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    Maybe so, but it is what it is. San Diego gave up on Drew Brees early, and that didn't pan out for them. Tannehill has outplayed Fiedler and Henne to this point in his career, he deserves another season, hopefully under a better coaching staff.
     
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    I've seen plenty of threads blaming the QB solely. I mean sh*t when you ge threads starting out with get rid of Tannehill WTH is that supposed to mean.
     
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    You got to look at Jax too and Blaine Gabbert, having said that they passed on a QB in this year's draft probably more because there was nothing there worthy of their high pick. But this it takes 3 years for a QB to settle into the NFL theory is not often proved right these days.
     
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    instead he had 3 drops. Wallace is a 1 trick pony
     
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    FWIW, we played one of the best defenses in the league today. If you honestly are comparing RT to Henne or Fiedler, you must not be watching or have a terrible memory.


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    But they did put pressure on the Brees by taking a QB in the first round which lit a fire under him. I think we need to do the same with Tannehill and bring in some real competition through the draft.
     
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    I usually defend Tannehill, but Wallace could have had 4 TDs (including the one that he dropped at the end). Tannehill overthrew or underthrew him all the game. He deserves some blame.
     
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    Waht's wrong with that, how does that signify that said poster believes all our troubles are down to him ? If they do they are an idiot. For me RT is part of many things that are wrong with the team, starting with the GM and Head coach and even the ownership.
     
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    We won't have a high enough pick to get a top tier QB. I'd rather get some more pieces around Tannehill in the draft and let him sink or swim in Year 3, rather than wasting a high pick on another project QB just to "light a fire" under Tannehill.

    Brees sucked so bad early on in his SD career that the Chargers had a Top 5 pick. We don't have that luxury.
     
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    I believe in context. Ryan Tannehill must continue to improve his deep ball, but context. 2/4 110 1TD 0INT on bombs to Wallace.

    Are those numbers good or bad? Three of the balls were accurate and catchable. One was overthrown. Do you see progress or do you not see progress?
     
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    Shhh. Don't say that, you will get VOLK upset.
     
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    Only if you believe that every QB in the league hits every open receiver every time. Oh yeah, you're also assuming Wallace catches every good throw that comes his way, which is absolutely laughable.


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    But it would make sense at the very least to take a QB in the 3/4th round and cut Moore whose salary is over 6 million next year. Also, if we get a new coach and GM next year, the chance that they will fully hitch their wagon to Tannehill is low. They will likely bring in their own guy as well.
     
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    He is much better than Henne IMO, but still not the answer for the Dolphins.
     
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    How often do these mid round QBs pan out? Not often, and if they do, its after several years of development. In all honesty, I would rather just see what Pat Devlin has if Tannehill falters midseason next year than blow a midround pick on a project QB.
     
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    QBs miss open WRs all of the time, but Tannehill has done it all year, and he even overthrew Hartline a bunch of times last year. His deep ball accuracy is poor. Forget the numbers, I know what I see. I'm not blaming the game on him. I blame the terrific coaches that we have, but he deserves some of the blame.
     
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    It may be to late for that with this regime.
     
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    I think part of the issue with Wallace is that he doesn't throw it before Wallace breaks loose, he waits until he is already past his guy and THEN throws, and since Wallace is so fast, the ball can't catch up with him in time to hit him in stride. If he threw it a half-second earlier, it would get there on target.
     
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    Haha. I'm not upset about anything but the loss. It is fine to criticize RT, but on a day when Wallace drops the game winner (right in his hands), the run game doesn't exist, the defense surrenders 4th and 10, and the kicker misses yet another pivotal kick, is replace Tannehill really the best we have for fan analysis?

    What is wrong with a little objectivity? I swear, it reminds me of how everyone on this site thought Welker was mediocre and an underachiever and was thrilled to replace him with Bess. How did that work out again. I guarantee if Tannehill was released today, he gets picked up immediately by another team who inevitably plays us at home and scorches us.


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    Might be some merit to this. However, how many times has Tannehill actually had enough time in the pocket to let a deep route develop? Furthermore, Wallace has been taken out of the game by good defense a lot this year and his hands do not always inspire confidence.

    The lack of run game hurts this a lot as well. It stops effective play action and always puts us in the need of possession routes just to try and stay on the field.


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    No need for hostility. But you clearly are going off of Luck's reputation at this point, because he is going through a worse stretch than RT right now. The difference is I believe Luck will be great despite his struggles and can be objective enough to see that Tannehill can be as well. Tannehill has a lot more good excuses for his struggles than Luck does at this point.


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    Anyone remember what Brady has done for the last decade?
     
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    Lucks Halftime Stats... Score Cardinals 27 Colts 3

    ................Comp/Attempt....YDS...Aver....TD...int....QBR
    A. Luck...........10/19.............68.....3.6......0.....1.....38.9
     
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    He didn't need a running game. He has Wallace running wide open all day. Shermin would rather call a screen pass 5 yards behind the LOS.
    RT is not a great deep ball passer. That much has been proven in the last 1.5 years.
     
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    Careful he might have a temper tantrum....
     
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    Comparing absolutely not.....Just stating in 2015 we will be looking for another QB..............Wait and see
     

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