Coaching Hypothetical: RT starts, struggles, Fins down at Half . . . What do u do?

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What would you do?

Poll closed Nov 4, 2012.
  1. Stick with Ryan Tannehill, see if he can work it out?

    88.1%
  2. Put in Matt Moore, he's healthy and looked sharp last week?

    11.9%
  1. Atila

    Atila Atila - the freshmaker. Finheaven VIP

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    Why are you^ talking stats? You watch the same games we all do, Matt Moore is not a Superbowl caliber QB - and there is nothing wrong with that. Use the eye test, if you've watched enough football, you KNOW.

    As it stands, I take Tannehill, RIGHT NOW, over Matt Moore. Even if we had a one game, do or die, I'd have more faith in Tannehill. And not because Moore sucks, but because Tannehill can make more throws.
     
  2. Abhenne7

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    Im not really trying to discuss that Moore is better. Just that hes every bit capable of being a starter in this league, yet hes never been put in a position to win and has posted good numbers.
     
  3. hoops

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    this smells like a "i was bored" thread...
     
  4. JRYCRL

    JRYCRL Well-Known Member

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    Moore > RT

    Moore was ranked 12th in Passer Rating in the NFL last year. If you mix in the 14 drops by Marshall, he's probably in the top 10. Tannehill is overrated overall but does have a rifle. We lose today if Tannehill starts and plays the whole game.
     
  5. Abhenne7

    Abhenne7 Dolphins4lyfe

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    Lol not sure if serious
     
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    JRYCRL Well-Known Member

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    Totally and completely.
     
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    I actually believe theyre pretty even. Tanne just has a better arm. But in the long run i see tannehill with the greater cieling
     
  8. Atila

    Atila Atila - the freshmaker. Finheaven VIP

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    They're about even now and that is considering Ryan Tannehill has played in just over 6 NFL games. Tannehill has a better arm, better mobility, better athleticism. They're even now and by next year, it won't even be a question of who is better.

    Why waste your time with a stop gap if you don't need to? Sometimes the rational of people baffles me.
     
  9. JRYCRL

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    Because I want to win today. Not next year. Moore isn't 38 years old or anything. I know we've sold our soul with this 8th pick so I'm all in for Tannehill, I just wouldn't have taken him that high. Time will tell but right now, I'm only sold on his arm strength.
     
  10. #1dolphinsfan

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    It all depends on how he is feeling with his knee if it doesn't hurt keep him in if it does go with moore
     
  11. JRYCRL

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    Not Tannehill's fault today and I'm being serious. We "might" have won with Moore but we definitely would've won with a healthy Vontae Davis. Ireland is the one that really, REALLY sucks!
     

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