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 Post subject: Ryan Tannehill stats
PostPosted: Sun Dec 21, 2014 8:07 pm 
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Ryan Tannehill #17 QB
Height: 6-4 Weight: 220 Age: 26

Born: 7/27/1988 Lubbock , TX

College: Texas A&M

Experience: 3rd season

High School: Big Spring HS [TX]

TDS - 26

INT - 12

YDS - 3,786

QB RTG - 93.2

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 Post subject: Re: Ryan Tannehill stats
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He has continued to improve this year. More TD's, less interceptions and higher QB rating. He was sacked 58 times last year and has been sacked 40 times this year through 15 games.

2013 stats

TDS - 24

INT - 17

YDS - 3,913

QB RTG - 81.7


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 Post subject: Re: Ryan Tannehill stats
PostPosted: Sun Dec 21, 2014 9:05 pm 
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bobby0112 wrote:
He has continued to improve this year. More TD's, less interceptions and higher QB rating. He was sacked 58 times last year and has been sacked 40 times this year through 15 games.

2013 stats

TDS - 24

INT - 17

YDS - 3,913

QB RTG - 81.7
Now that you say that, the Jets are gonna sack Tannehill 19 times and our offensive line will have given up more sacks this year than last.
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 Post subject: Re: Ryan Tannehill stats
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So 214 to go to hit 4000. Not bad.... That's definitely do-able


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Now he just needs to start beating good teams.


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dolphin25 wrote:
Now he just needs to start beating good teams.



He hasn't beat a good team?


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 Post subject: Re: Ryan Tannehill stats
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How about some REAL stats where it shows that he has improved in each season in every category?

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Big Dave wrote:
How about some REAL stats where it shows that he has improved in each season in every category?

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Sure seems like the training wheels fell off the last two weeks... Forget read options, lets air it out a bit more and really open things up...

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### For the second straight week, Tannehill showed encouraging signs on vertical throws. He was 2 for 2 for 74 yards on balls that were thrown at least 20 yards. On balls thrown between 10 and 19 yards, Tannehill was 8 for 12 for 153 yards and two touchdowns…. Tannehill had a 152.9 rating when blitzed, a 41.3 when he wasn’t blitzed.


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 Post subject: Re: Ryan Tannehill stats
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214 yards to hit 4000 yards passing
37 more attempts to have thrown more times than last year.
31 more completions for 400 on the season
4 TDs to hit 30.

So ideal statline for the Jets Game would be...

31/37 214+ Yards and 4 TDs.
Would be an awesome way to end the season, and would accomplish some cool milestones.
400 completions, 4000 yards pass, 30 TDs


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dolphin25 wrote:
Now he just needs to start beating good teams.


Last time I checked The Patriots and Chargers were pretty good.


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bobby0112 wrote:
dolphin25 wrote:
Now he just needs to start beating good teams.


Last time I checked The Patriots and Chargers were pretty good.


Also played plenty good enough to beat Denver and well enough to win against Detroit and Green Bay had the defense not been a complete disaster late in those games.

We've found our quarterback. Now we just need to put some pieces around him.


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Also played plenty good enough to beat Denver and well enough to win against Detroit and Green Bay had the defense not been a complete disaster late in those games.

We've found our quarterback. Now we just need to put some pieces around him.


Amen to this brother!


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That's my quarterback...

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 Post subject: Re: Ryan Tannehill stats
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Glad to see everyone finally coming around.


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 Post subject: Re: Ryan Tannehill stats
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Glad to see everyone finally coming around.


I've been on board since April 26th, 2012.

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bobby0112 wrote:
dolphin25 wrote:
Now he just needs to start beating good teams.


Last time I checked The Patriots and Chargers were pretty good.


And last year the Dolphins beat the Colts, Bengals, and Patriots which all were playoff teams in 2013.

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 Post subject: Re: Ryan Tannehill stats
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I loved the idea of drafting Ryan in 2012 and it appears to be working out well for us. Was a steal with the 8th overall pick.


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This isn't a knock on Tannehill whatsoever, just a fact that if Miami is going to be a good team we can't be throwing it 550 times. The years Brees, Rodgers, Brady and Manning won super bowls were the years they threw it the least. That's not a coincidence.


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This isn't a knock on Tannehill whatsoever, just a fact that if Miami is going to be a good team we can't be throwing it 550 times. The years Brees, Rodgers, Brady and Manning won super bowls were the years they threw it the least. That's not a coincidence.


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Manhattan wrote:
This isn't a knock on Tannehill whatsoever, just a fact that if Miami is going to be a good team we can't be throwing it 550 times. The years Brees, Rodgers, Brady and Manning won super bowls were the years they threw it the least. That's not a coincidence.


I keep saying the same thing. Wish the brass would get a clue.

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Wish the brass would get a clue.


Again, who would argue against that?

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swerve13 wrote:
I loved the idea of drafting Ryan in 2012 and it appears to be working out well for us. Was a steal with the 8th overall pick.
Can't call the 8th pick of the draft a steal, when it was a reach to draft him there. Just because it appears to be paying off does not mean it was not still a reach.


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Again, who would argue against that?


Quite clearly the guys calling the shots.

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I loved the idea of drafting Ryan in 2012 and it appears to be working out well for us. Was a steal with the 8th overall pick.
Can't call the 8th pick of the draft a steal, when it was a reach to draft him there. Just because it appears to be paying off does not mean it was not still a reach.

Im calling it a steal to get a franchise QB with the 8th pick. I dont care that people called it a reach. Juwuan James was a steal too that was called a reach.


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It was a steal because if he stayed in school for another year he would have gone 1st overall in the next draft. i read a few scouts say that, so we got him at a bargain.


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swerve13 wrote:
It was a steal because if he stayed in school for another year he would have gone 1st overall in the next draft. i read a few scouts say that, so we got him at a bargain.



By his logic the Dolphins taking Ronnie over Rodgers was the way to go :haha


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Wasnt a steal or a reach. It was the obvious pick at 8 when we needed a QB. When all is said & done he will be the best QB from that draft class. He will be the reason why this franchise will once again be relevant & win multiple super bowls. He will get extended as well. The only thing that can derail this , is the poor decisions of this owner.


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Manhattan wrote:
This isn't a knock on Tannehill whatsoever, just a fact that if Miami is going to be a good team we can't be throwing it 550 times. The years Brees, Rodgers, Brady and Manning won super bowls were the years they threw it the least. That's not a coincidence.


Miami needs to invest in a better OL and RB. We saw glimpses this year but its obvious they don't trust Miller with a ton of carries. There will be a lot of free agent options at RB.

If Moreno stayed healthy I think there would have been more balance.


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jammer wrote:
Manhattan wrote:
This isn't a knock on Tannehill whatsoever, just a fact that if Miami is going to be a good team we can't be throwing it 550 times. The years Brees, Rodgers, Brady and Manning won super bowls were the years they threw it the least. That's not a coincidence.


Miami needs to invest in a better OL and RB. We saw glimpses this year but its obvious they don't trust Miller with a ton of carries. There will be a lot of free agent options at RB.

If Moreno stayed healthy I think there would have been more balance.


I agree which is what not going and getting a few guys that were available during the season more frustrating....


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