So let me understand this?

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  1. Phinatic8u

    Phinatic8u Adam ****ing Gase Finheaven VIP

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    This guy posts 5 threads a week pertaining to the same thing.

    Then he thinks it’s been 2 seasons since Ryan got hurt. Yet its been 18 game weeks.

    These posts are legendary.
     
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  2. Tannchise

    Tannchise Banned Hammered

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    When did I say it had been two seasons. I said he comes back to play after 21-22 months
     
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  4. Phinatic8u

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    You said it literally 8 posts ago.

    LMFAO.

    Your arguments are so everywhere you forget what you said.
     
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    Actually it appears that your op is to add on to what i can only assume is an attempt to win some unspoken contest for the most threads started in a month. Like 3 a day (and regularly just to bash RT). It's between you and DKphin I think so keep at it.
     
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    Quoted for posterity.
     
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    Sounds like more time to heal and rehab to me. Not like he's gonna forget football or the playbook. It's a pathetic attempt at detraction. Pathic is becoming a theme with this guy.
     
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    He plays beyond the whistle...like a punk with a chip on his shoulder....if only he could find a way to consistently make plays that move the chains and score... make a difference for your team where it counts....then run your mouth....maybe then he would be worth consideration ....
     
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    Ajayi had:
    -3 monster games (over 200)
    -1 very good game (111)
    -2 decent games (79) (77)
    -2 meh games (61, w/ 26 rec yds) (59, w/ 20 rec)
    -4 games between ~40-50 rush yards
    -3 games from ~15-30 (not many carries, averaged 2 ypc, 4 ypc, 5.5 ypc)
    -1 game he didnt play due to an attitude issue (hmm)

    - 8 total rushing TDs, 0 receiving (1272, 151)

    - Williams never topped 30 yards in a game once (115 rush yards, 249 receiving) 3 tds of each
    - a big chunk of Drake's yards came on a busted play where he looked like barry sanders and had a 45 yard td. (179 rushing, 46 receiving) 2 rush tds

    So, Ajayi's 4 good games, 3 good ones, and marginal contributions from the back ups,voutside of Willams' tds, led us to the play offs eh?
     
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    When did you say it? Post 7549977 to be exact I believe

     
  11. superphin

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    I feel like this response hasn't been noticed enough.
     
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  12. superphin

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    Nah dude from weeks 9-15 we went 6-1 as a team we rushed for 92.6 yds on 3.7 per attempt and 3 TD's. That would have given us the 28th ranked rushing offense over 16 games. No bueno.
     
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  13. Tannchise

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    Why didnt you include weeks 16/17/18?
     
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    A whole season come January...matters.
     
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    Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill completed 61 percent of passes that were in the air for longer than 20 yards, which was second in the NFL in 2016, according to the Deep Ball Project.

    Tannehill also completed 64 percent of passes that were in the air longer than 16 yards, fourth in the NFL. (http://dailydolphin.blog.palmbeachp...best-deep-ball-thrower-via-deep-ball-project/)

    By the way, congratulations. Even my Mrs, who has zero interest in football, and doesn't read this forum, now knows that Tannchise hates Tannehill.
     
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    I don't hate him. Isn't my name Tannchise? I do think his shelf life is diminishing fast, based on salary, coach and FO stability and the fact that to make the playoffs, you have to win your division, and with all teams in the AFCE probably looking at the future with qb's, Tannehill is not a good qb in his own division. I also look at what competition can do to a qb. RT has had it easy here for 6 years. Gase needs to stop announcing jobs and let players win it. when you are 6-10, talent is lacking
     
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    Thats your assessment of Ryan Jensen? Incognito is a Pro bowler no? I just said his play reminds me of Incognito.
     
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    Nope....sorry I didn't see a name reference and was assuming we were still replying to the thread title...didn't seethe derailment...
     
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    What is your Yards per Snap number? a) The yards the team gained when the player was on the field or b) the player's receiving yards per snap played?
     
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    I think the reason I, and a number of others think you ... strongly dislike then ... him, is because you start a thread about Landry and it descends into you complaining about Tannehill. Which seems to be an issue in a number of threads that I see you discussing in - regardless of thread, Tannehill is brought up.

    I agree, his shelf life is diminishing fast, and I do think we should draft a QB to compete with him. But I also do think he can take us to the playoffs next year, it feels like you think we have zero hope. I mean, you make up rubbish like we can't throw deep, despite the facts completely not backing that up etc. Fair enough if you don't think he's good, but you can't just make things up.
     
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    When is 30 old for a qb anyways? The best in the NFL is 40. Brees is 38 and still elite.

    30 is young for qbs in today’s game.
     
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    So let me get this straight, you're using total receiving yards divided by snaps played to measure WRs? While Landry played 10 less snaps than Stills, he had 56 more targets. Talk about reaching...
     
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    I so miss the threads from sourwrong, oh wait we still have them.
     
  24. superphin

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    Well because you attributed our 10-6 record to the run game when in fact we had a 6-1 record when the run game avg 92.6 yds and 3 td. You also gave credit to the run game for carrying Miami in 2016 when we won 6 out 10 with a below avg rush offense.

    We were also 4-1 with Pouncey out during that 6-1 stretch. in which he missed weeks 11 to 15
    2-0 with Albert out in weeks 11 to 12 during that 6-1 stretch
    and 1-0 With James out weeks Tunsil out week 12 during that 6-1 stretch.

    I'm not saying the run game didn't do its part in the wins, surely it did but when you win 6 games out of 10 with a run game that avg 92.6 on 3.7 and 3tds, I don't believe it would be accurate to say the run game CARRIED Miami in 2016.
     
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    The running game carried the Seahawks to 2 Super Bowls and one Super Bowl win. Don’t see their fans bitching about that.

    How dare you have a balanced offense. I wanna be like NO. Great qb, no running game. 7-9 every year. But we have a elite qb!!!!

    This guys arguments are that of a confused 7 year old..
     
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    93 yards a game. All. That. Carry!
     
  27. roy_miami

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    Who's fault is it he had 56 more targets? Thats why its a good stat, through no fault of Landry's the QB/offense likes to go through him. Maybe Stills isn't open. Maybe the QBs just don't trust Stills as much. Maybe he's dropping balls/running poor routes. If Stills is a much better player and is in better position to make bigger plays then his yards per snap number should be much higher.

    Its not Landry's fault the system and/or QB is too conservative, if that's whats happening. Or maybe Landry is simply a better player than Stills.
     
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    I don’t get the argument that Landry is a worse WR than Stills. Stills isn’t great, he’s great at going deep and getting open.

    Landry is way better than him, and that’s the problem with the offense.
     
  29. Tannchise

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    Landry is not utilized right. He is a matchup nightmare on the slot against a LB. Think of how NE would use him?
    He has to improvise and cut his patterns short because of the lack of protection and qb play.
     
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    When the team loses, it is all about the QB. When the team wins, it is all about the other players. But, only in Miami. True story.
     
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    AMEN
     
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    It boggles my mind that there is a good portion of fans here calling for the team to let Landry walk....
     
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    well that will be the new excuse for Tannehill. If this board thinks they can depend on Parker and Grant to pick up the slack, they are in for a dose of reality. More importantly, if the FO thinks so, we are in trouble. At worst, franchise the guy and see what you have as a team. he has done so much for us, both parties deserve that
     
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    While we're speculating maybe Landry does not have a good enough understanding of the playbook so needs to be fed with short passes.

    Maybe it's just that.
     
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    Well give me the WR thats great at going deep and getting open vs. the great slot receiver who's good at breaking tackles but only has 3 career TDs outside the red zone... Stills has 21 of those... Again Im not saying Stills is worlds better than Landry, they're pretty close actually. I still think it'd be harder to replace Stills than Landry... Especially when you consider that Landry's production can be replaced by RBs and TEs...
     
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    I'm pretty sure that everyone is going with this explanation:

    Sarcasm: the use of irony to mock or convey contempt.
     
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    I’d bet that Landry is almost never covered by a linebacker


    And woah woah woah, what happened to your claims about the running game carrying us to the playoffs? Just stopped that one?

    Hint: balanced teams do well
     
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    Then like clockwork....

     
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    Stills better than Landry? You're on something. Just because he had a better YPC does not make him a better receiver. Stills, while I like him and am happy the team resigned him last offseason, is a complimentary receiver at best.
     
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    Stills was pretty great when he was paired with Brees, and I think in the right offense with the right QB he would be viewed as one of the best in the game. The problem is you can't really compare that Stills with Landry until Landry gets paired with an elite QB, which hopefully happens sooner than later, for everyone's sake.
     

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