My full disclosure on my theory that Gase is done with RT. This is a theory, not meant to start a hate war, but to spell out exactly why/where this theory comes from, it's ok if you think it's crazy, I'm just putting it out there because I believe it to be true. In an effort to try and curtail angry responses and the escalation that goes with that, remember this is just a theory, you can disagree, and you can call me crazy, but just try to do it in a nice way Thank you in advance, for trying to keep this civil. I have been paying extremely close attention to Gase and RT, and their relationship, and what has transpired on the field, so I'll try to line them up so you see where I'm going. Overview Gase comes here with a reputation as being an offensive innovator and QB guru, so why does the offense look the same? Sometimes the most obvious questions are the ones we miss, why is the O so similar to what it's been since week 4 of Lazors first season? Ryan Tannehill. He is very limited in the mental aspects of being a QB, the offense is not custom built to enhance his strengths, it's custom built to circumnavigate his flaws, and there's a big difference between the two. Why's, What's and Wherefore's RT is limited to what Gase trusts him to run, and what he can run, which is why there is no hurry up O, which was to be a big part of Gase's O, but that was shelved early on. RT rarely works from under center, he hasn't done well in Gase's system under center, so he's always in shotgun, which is what you do when your QB has field vision and or footwork issues. RT has 4 TDs from under center this year, MM has 3, Gase can work MM from under center or in shotgun, RT, not so much. No "read open" routes for RT, he has a limited number of routes he throws well, screens, outs, comebacks, curls, slants, but none can be read open, which is why there is so much short stuff with RT, you want him throwing underneath coverage, not over. Another thing that pushes RT underneath is his lack of touch, strong arm, but very lacking in touch. So there's why the O looks so similar, RT is limited to what he can do as a QB, you can't run a hurry up, you can't run him under center, and he has limited routes. Reading Between the Lines I have been watching Gase on the sides lines during games, I've seen what I thought were grimace's after many throws, now it could have been a lot of things, but they were in concert with my own grimaces at the throw, or choice of throw. To my eyes, they had gotten worse as the season went on, I also saw. what I thought was RT having to do a lot of explaining at times, again, this is just supposition. End Game Once RT got hurt, my theory was going to be put to the test, I had already come to the conclusion that Gase was going to move on from RT, but now that RT was hurt I would see if my theory was true. So based on all this, I predicted last week after the game that the O might look different with MM at the helm, and that if it did, that was a sure sign that my theory is true. Well, my prediction came true, the passing attack was completely different, no dink and dunk, not one pass attempted to a RB, no screens, like a completely different offense. You can say I'm crazy, and that is fine, but I did predict the change in O, so even if you think I'm crazy, that is a pretty compelling fact, and it makes me wonder if we might see the return of the hurry up in the next couple weeks...?