Elephant in the room

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  1. Tannchise

    Tannchise Banned Hammered

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    so Im sure we all tuned in at the qb’s today. Clearly Allen IMO is not only a physical specimen, he is the best qb of the draft. rosen and baker are after. So who do you think we pull the trigger for?
     
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    I’m all for trading t-hill to move up and get a new qb for the future. I think we’ve seen the best we can do with t-hill
     
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    Jay cutler siting?
     
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    Tannchise Banned Hammered

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    Who did you like?
     
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    Tannchise Banned Hammered

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    Sitting? Sighting?
     
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    When we don’t draft a qb in round one I imagine we can expect a constant barrage of Tannehill hate threads from you.
     
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    Y.A. Tittle
     
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    When did Josh Allen become the best qb in the draft?

    Because of some combine drills? LOLOL

    Josh Allen is basically Jeff George.
     
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    The elephant in the room is you, we're not drafting a QB in the 1st round, maybe not even in the 2nd. I see them picking one up from rounds
    3 through 6
     
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    The “elephant in the room” is that the QBs participated in the combine today? I’m confused as to what the elephant is
     
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    I'm glad I'm not the only one who sees this comparison.
     
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    I don't see how any one could not be for that idea as well. The fact that it's even a conversation after all these years tells you we need to move on from Tannehill.

    Tannehill probably has no trade value though.

    If we don't get one of the top qbs maybe we can get Chubb or Barkley somehow
     
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    I'm confused. A QB needy team is going to trade for Tannehill - a confirmed below average QB - so Miami can trade up for the next PManning
     
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    It's the OP's personal elephant. He hates Tannehill and takes every opportunity to bring it up. Doesn't matter if its throigh trade, free agency or the draft. He makes it a point to harp about the quarterback any chance he gets Because, you know, arm chair GM.
     
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    I like the way you think. He was an Hell of a QB back in the day.
     
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    Allen looks outstanding at the combine. He may end up going #1 overall.

    I'm still on the Mayfield bandwagon. I think with the game moving more to RPO, he's the perfect fit for that system. Add the fact that Billichick, long known as a defensive guru, had no answer for Philly's offense which featured that approach and you get why Mayfield should be coveted by Miami.
     
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    Hell there are a couple of QB's that intrigue me, but sitting comfortable with Tannehill with coaching that trusted him and we make the playoff is my choice for another year or two. We need to fix the elephant in the room and that is the offensive line that has tried repeatedly to kill Tannehill. Can you imagine a rookie QB behind that line, what a waste of an investment. Maybe the other elephant in the room is the linebackers or a starting free safety, GOD so many more elephants to fix than another attempt to take a shot at a QB that plays hard for our team that has done nothing to help him.
     
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    you go ahead with a kid throwing 56% in the league he was in, and the offense he played for and let me know how that goes. he is a freak throwing, but trust his arm way too much. even at the combine he struggled with the timing routes
     

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