Found October 30, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
It has been four years since the Miami Dolphins have been interesting. Hats off to rookie head coach Joe Philbin and rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill for having such a positive impact on an organization that many didn’t want anything to do with. They even needed Chad Johnson and Lauren Tannehill just to make HBO’s Hard Knocks relevant. Regardless, the Dolphins are in the playoff hunt and not many believed that would be the case. Many, including myself, were hesitant on the draft pick of Ryan Tannehill. A quarterback that mysteriously found his way to the top of the NFL draft after only one year of starting is always a question mark. Along with his solid play and the Dolphins physical defense they might have something interesting brewing for the future. Tannehill isn’t the type of quarterback that is going to take the team on his shoulders and lead them to victory, but at the same time, he’s smart and crafty enough to manage the game and show flashes of greatness when needed.… Read more
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