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  • Will Tannehill's head be amongst those that are ultimately axed?!

    More than likely Tannehill is safe for now (though if i could get someone to offer enough i'd pull the trigger on a trade) but will he survive the next coaching turnover..As this points out he's commited to the Fins for six years but the Fins aren't necessarily commited to him for the same..This is gonna get interesting!

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...oudy-in-miami/

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    I hope the new coach sees what I see and either drafts a QB to take over the position but at the very least brings in someone to actually challenge him. I think a new coach will be releasing Moore and bringing in some competition for the starting job, like many other teams have, not just a guy who can hold a clipboard. In my opinion I think most new coaches will be looking at the future of the Dolphins without Tannehill as their "leader" considering he is poor at the job too.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Driven_Phinsane! View Post
      More than likely Tannehill is safe for now (though if i could get someone to offer enough i'd pull the trigger on a trade) but will he survive the next coaching turnover..As this points out he's commited to the Fins for six years but the Fins aren't necessarily commited to him for the same..This is gonna get interesting!

      http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...oudy-in-miami/
      I've been saying for a while that his contract and salary mean nothing. All the contract did was bind his rights to us for the next 6 years. We can trade him at any time and walk away from him before 2017 without paying the greater part of the contract.

      You can't dump a QB you can win games with without having a clear upgrade in place or in the wings.

      Tannenbaum is a wheeler-dealer on draft day. Let's see what his plans for QB are next off season.

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      • #4
        I'm sorry but how many great QB's have carried a bad team to the promise land? How many good teams have carried a bad QB to the promise land? What QB could we put behind center with the way this TEAM has played and be successful? Rogers, Brady, maybe Luck or Brees with the way this TEAM has played would NOT take us there? How many of those QBs are out there that we can just go out and stick behind Pouncey? Tannehill is not even in my top 10 of problems wrong with this team. The #1 problem is NOW being addressed.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Driven_Phinsane! View Post
          More than likely Tannehill is safe for now (though if i could get someone to offer enough i'd pull the trigger on a trade) but will he survive the next coaching turnover..As this points out he's commited to the Fins for six years but the Fins aren't necessarily commited to him for the same..This is gonna get interesting!]
          I think a team should ALWAYS be looking at the QB's in the draft, and competition never hurt any team...

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          • Alpha
            Alpha commented
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            Agreed. Until you have a true Franchise QB, you should be drafting one every year. Once you've got one, draft another every 2-3 years to keep a young, developing backup.

          • Driven_Phinsane!
            Driven_Phinsane! commented
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            While i've always agreed with this philosophy no one really adheres to it, unless we're talking about a team already set at QB with basically no other holes to fill..We're always the team with 6 or 7 draft picks and about 10-20 holes to fill..You can bet your bottom dollar as long as the F.O. holds out hope that RT's the answer we won't be drafting a QB in the first 3 rounds of any draft...

        • #6
          Until the late round QB hits I'll stick with Tannehill!
          The deeper the roots, the higher the reach.

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          • #7
            I would be real careful about making player decisions at this point. RT deserves the same shot as Suh and every other player. With that said, he needs to be better than his replacement same as everyone else. Best players play, no exceptions, compete for your job.

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            • #8
              RT not going anywhere......I can name a few other positions that are doing much much worse.....

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              • Phintim Menace
                Phintim Menace commented
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                Very true!

              • Driven_Phinsane!
                Driven_Phinsane! commented
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                Of course, this team has more holes than the Titanic (actually the Titanic had one huge-ass gaping gash, but i digress) but this article is talking about down the road...I however would listen to any & all offers b/c while he may not be our biggest problem, he is a problem IMO...

            • #9
              Everybody's head should be on the chopping block at this point.... Either perform or I'll find someone that does...If you're going to step foot on a playing field you need to prove that you should be there... And the way RT played in London IMO has no business starting another game... I'm referring to hitting a target.. He stunk up the place..
              Last edited by HndRkyaBong34; 10-05-2015, 08:28 PM.

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              • #10
                Best player plays.... At this time he is the best we have. I would definately be looking to bring in another QB next year though. You always look to upgrade

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