Most of it is. Which is fine. He definitely needed work on the deep ball early on. He fixed a lot of things in the first four years of his career, with an absolute **** job of setting him up for success, and a worse job of protecting him. It's commendable that he's done as well as he has for that alone; he was abused nearly as bad as David Carr, and has had a better career by far.The hater video seems like it's all from early in his career
It'll never happen. The only way this argument ends is for Tannehill to lead the team deep into the playoffs over the next few years. Otherwise the debate of "Can the Fins do it with Tannehill as the QB" will turn into a debate of "Why didn't the Fins do it with Tannehill as the QB." And that argument will never end.This reminds me of the lion king except its the circle of Ryan...god I hope he either sucks and we replace him or he play excellent so the ryan haters and reran riders can call a cease fire.
You could make a video from every single quarterback in NFL history missing easy throws.
To your point, that video was a "compilation" of 2015.Most of these are passes that were being thrown away, or a defender got a piece of, you can easily create a video of these types of from any QB.
On the other hand, the 1st video that showed how good Tannehill can throw deep when given time (even when not given enough time with a few of them), it show ridiculously perfectly placed passes, that you can't create a video with just any QB.
Notes that became evident from the video:
Brian Hartline was good for us
Mike Wallace was good w pitt and was all right w dolphins. thill17 and Wallace miss on lot td.. I blame both player.
DeVante Parker is scrub
Kenny Stills is our most consistent deep threat
Ryan Tannehill looked impressive