I think you're over thinking this buddy. You lose Tannehill and it's over. You think New England is making the SB if Tom Brady goes down? Look at what happened to Green Bay when Aaron Rodgers got hurt. Brett Hundley could barely move the ball at times, even at Lambeau. You can't blame the results of what happens to Tannehill's knee on Gase. Every single team has holes. Every one. New England doesn't have a legitimate run game, struggles on the offensive line, couldn't generate any pass rush until they brought in a 40 year old James Harrison, couldn't get decent snaps from any of their linebackers after Hightower went down so they had to compromise their safeties to play one in the box and that affected a secondary that couldn't cover anywhere that wasn't Gilmore. I feel your pain man, I do. 34 years of it. But this team has the right man in place. It does. I think Adam Gase is going to be a great coach in this league. I wrote a magazine piece for a UK magazine about 6 months ago where I said he was the best thing to happen to this team since Dan Marino was drafted. And yep, Zach and JT were great but we won nothing with them. Steve Ross - who I spoke to - believes he's found his modern day Shula. He does. The players - and I spoke with Kenny Stills, Michael Thomas and Cam Wake - all speaking on behalf to the units they represented, felt that he was fair, honest, super motivated, gets guys playing, accountable, funny, driven, hard working and a winner. I put a lot of stock in that because it wasn't just fancy rhetoric. I've been in the locker room after wins and after losses. I've seen him with his players, with his coaches and with management and ownership and I include Ross and Marino. And I was at LSU-Alabama and Alabama-Mississippi State this past season and chatted to the Miami scouts that were there and have subsequently chatted to a couple of them away from the game and the franchise sits squarely behind Gase. Yep, it all comes down to winning but this constant merry go round of hiring, firing, hiring, firing serves zero purpose. Look how many coaches and quarterbacks we've been through since 2008 - just ten years. You need to find a quarterback. If you find one, then you're set fair. And Gase hasn't had the chance to see if Tannehill is his guy because RT has been hurt. But in the small window we saw, Ryan was playing his best football and all we heard last spring and summer from observers, from players and from the media was that Tannehill was looking superb before the injury. Gase deserves more than two seasons and more than 9 or so games with the franchise passer.