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There's really no downside to this. If he doesn't pan out, you lost a low second round pick and a fifth. It's a no-brainer for Miami.
I guess we had to have someone behind center in the voluntary camps before the draft.
ROFL. Okay dude.
I don't agree with that point.
Given Ross' history, the answer is: the wrong man.
Barring another injury, Tannehill won't be cut or traded because of the cap hit. Gase probably gets away with this season because of the...
Someone who understands football?
Naw, I'll buy you a club membership if I'm wrong. But I am not convinced.
Okay. How much?
I'd be willing to bet Tannehill has played his last down as a Dolphin.
7-9 most likely, 8-8 or 9-7 if we get some lucky breaks.
That would be more impressive if he had more than one win.
7-9 sounds doable.
We need someone who can build an offense around whatever QB we select instead of trying to fit the QB into the offense they want.
I remember when Brian Griese came in for Jay Fiedler and won against the Chargers and everyone, me included, was like "Finally we have a real QB!"...
If we do win, that's probably about what the score will be. Maybe even 17-13 or 13-10.
LOL, now watch it be a 45-42 game now that I said that.
I think the theory is if they say that enough times, eventually they'll be right, statistically.
Tannehill gets sacked minimum of 4 times. Two interceptions. Two TDs. We lose 20-17.
I may be wrong, but I think you'll find it a more pleasant way to spend the season than watching the games.
People used to say the same thing about Jay Fiedler.