Just found this article and thought it was really interesting. There has been a lot of discussion on the chemistry of Tannhill and Wallace and I thought this provided a nice analysis.
Before we can begin speculating on the nature of the lack of chemistry between the two players, we really need to isolate the extent of the actual problem.
Pro Football Focus (subscription required) tracks passes thrown 20-plus yards beyond the line of scrimmage. They track catches as well as drops and relate them to total attempts in order to come up with an accuracy percentage for quarterbacks across the league.
Using data from the 2012 season as well as the 2013 season, we find that among the 31 passers that have attempted at least 50 deep passes during those years, Tannehill’s accuracy percentage (40.0 percent) ranks 17th in a tie with Robert Griffin III.
For example, Tom Brady and Tony Romo’s accuracy percentages over the same time period rank 14th and 15th, respectively. Joe Flacco’s accuracy percentage (33.8 percent) ranks 27th among the group of 31 quarterbacks.
For the rest of the (rather lengthy) article, see the link below.http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1858276-breaking-down-miami-dolphins-quarterback-ryan-tannehills-deep-ball
And for anyone wanting to read up on the modern man...http://elitedaily.com/life/culture/why-men-arent-really-men-anymore/