I think if you took Tom Brady and whoever their OC is right now you'd have a pretty potent offense and with Bill Belichick to scout for and coordinate the defense it's nearly unbeatable over the long haul. Simple fact is the Patriots are great. We can't change that and it has nothing to do with Tannehill and this discussion honestly so we're better off not asking meaningless hypotheticals. That said, Brady probably couldn't take the current Dolphins to the Super Bowl given the limitations of the team are so heavily on the defensive side and that the offense is so unable to move the ball on the ground. Neither of those things involve the QB and so upgrading to Brady wouldn't fix the biggest issues. I didn't take that to really be the question though. I think the difficult question involves asking how long you're comfortable rolling with a guy who may not have that elite gear. To me, this team needs a lot of help. Beating the Titans and Texans was nothing in my book. It seems like every time this team faces a quality defense they fold offensively and look almost inept at times. The defense is constantly getting rushed back out on the field. I definitely don't think this type of pass-heavy, QB-driven offense is going to be very reliable without a superstar at QB and so it seems stupid to me to feature Tannehill the way Lazor seems to want to do. I want Lazor gone for that reason. He just cannot see the importance of running the ball and he has to be forced to run the ball on 1st and 2nd down it seems. That's awful and I really do feel sorry for Tannehill. But there are a lot of average people in the world and there's nothing wrong with being average except when it comes to being a QB. You can't really be average. You have to be exceptional and you have to consistently make great throws from the pocket to beat great defenses and so far Tannehill's not been amazing me. This far into his career, I don't see change coming. And also, for what it's worth Res, I'd distance myself from you know who.