Origin of the Miami Go-Gos?

normaldude

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Everyone knows that when Tannehill says "Go", it's a pass, and "Go Go", it's a run.

But where did this routine come from?

Was it always part of Mike Sherman's offense at Texas A&M?

Was it part of Joe Philbin's offense in Green Bay?

Was it something that Tannehill has always been doing since high school?

Or did the "Go Go" pattern only appear with the Sherman/Philbin/Tannehill combination in Miami?
 

joenhre

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Philbin and Sherman are huge fans of these guys.

[video=youtube;pIgZ7gMze7A]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIgZ7gMze7A[/video]

funny thing so is Jonathan Martin.
 

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After 40 years of watching the Dolphins I turned the tv off after the safety. This team sucks they have no heart. Over a week to get prepared for this game and they looked like my high school football team.
Tannehill is not the answer. He has no long ball touch. Everytime he has a man wide open he throws towards the sideline and never towards the endzone. The Offensive line is OFFENSIVE!!
I am done with this team this regime. TIME FOR A CHANGE.. Someone but this team get Rid of Ross then Ireland - Coaching staff and bring in some real talent.
 
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