Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by DKphin, May 14, 2018.
not bad for a starting QB
Kind of an odd description (supplanted), not sure what they are getting at...it was obvious the team performed worse last season with Cutler at the helm.
If you look at the names above him....the 17 million doesn't seem all that bad.
his pay in 2018 is just about perfect- a good deal for him and good deal for Miami if he returns fully.
If he has the season a lot are expecting, I see a 5-year $110 million contract post-season.
Gotta love a bargain.
2018 is fine. It's that 2019 cap figure that is going to make a lot of people lose their minds. That'll be fun.
Wow, compared to some of the others on that list, he is quite a bargain!!
We have no idea what we'r getting. How in the hell is that a bargain?
low amount for a starting QB
Sometimes questions can only be answered on the field. I suspect that after the season there will be a lot more clarity about our entire team and it's direction.
Generally, in this league, your either worth a lot more or a lot less than what your actually making. Right now, Ryan Tannehill is perfectly compensated.
Only to those who haven't already made up their minds one way or the other. At this point the opinions have become linked with the individuals espousing them and it will be difficult to ever . I suspect RT will have a good enough season that we can finally all get behind him but there will always be those that will find enough "evidence" to cling to their own beliefs. Unless we go winless or win the Super Bowl I doubt that this year alone will be enough to change minds for some. For the record I am a Tannehill supporter but I admit I have no way of knowing the future so I'll keep an open mind and hope for the best.
You'll get no argument from me. My point is that unless the Dolphins go deep into the playoffs this year, there will be an outcry from the "no more excuses for Tannehill" crowd.
17 mil isn’t awful for a vet who still may have some upside
That's a quality post.
Some of you act as if no other QB has ever come back from an injury.