Umm, take a peek around the league- Brady. Big Ben. Prescott (and Romo before him). Luck. They all have excellent lines and line coaches. Three of those four teams are also perennial playoff squads as well...Indy isn't only because Luck missed some time to injury. The line has always been crucial yet we've ignored it for over a decade now, trying to instead fill holes with aging veterans instead of DEVELOPING talent. Because that's the thing- a great line can be developed with mid to late round picks. We just haven't had the coaching, scouting or the right types of linemen to accomplish that. I honestly believe Brady would be a 7-9 win QB in Miami just like RT has been....LOL, and he'd quickly retire as well. And for the record, I'm not trying to "talk up" Tannehill at all. He's freaking horrible in the pocket under pressure....possibly the absolute worst in the entire league (starters and backups). Combine that with him being pressured more than average, time to pressure, etc. (I looked for 10 minutes and couldn't find any pressure stats....we've had them here before though) and it was a recipe for disaster. And I honestly blame the front office just as much as Tannehill. I mean, you can't get mad at a cat for being born calico. Well, in this example, the Fins drafted a calico cat, knew his limitations from day one but never tried to do anything about it at a high level. I can't be mad at a guy for being bad at what he's always been bad it...it's literally like disliking a cat or a dog because of it's color.