Found June 30, 2013 on Dolphin Shout:
PLAYERS: Ryan Tannehill
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins
This will be the final installment of the positional breakdowns of all the Miami Dolphins player units.  I want to thank Kenny, Patrick, Todd, and Shawn for doing their part in this effort. Mike came on board after this segment had started, and that is the reason we did not see a write up from him. Not to worry, though, Mike has been staying busy writing about the 15 most important players for this team. Last year the Miami Dolphins took Ryan Tannehill with their first round pick in the draft (eighth overall).  During OTAs and preseason he showed the new coaching staff enough to be the Dolphins starter, and he played in all 16 games. 2012 Stat Line Attempts: 484 Completions: 282 Completion Percentage: 58.3 Yards: 3,294 Average: 6.8 Yards per game: 205.9 Touchdowns: 12 Interceptions: 13 Sacks: 35 Passer Rating: 76.1 His passer rating of 76.1 is ranked 27th in the league, but his passer rating in the fourth quarter was 17th in the league. As I look back on those ...
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