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Ryan Tannehill will quarterback for the Miami Dolphins when they play against the Indianapolis Colts later today. The Dolphins will have backup Matt Moore ready should Tannehill experience any problems. When Tannehill was injured last week Moore came into the game and was 11-for-19 with 131 yards and a touchdown last week against the New York Jets.
The issue with Tannehill’s knee appears to be “pain tolerance” according to Albert Breer. Tannehill will be watched closely during pregame warm-ups.
Miami is 4-3 this season. Today’s matchup against the Colts will provide fans with a chance to see two first round picks play against each other.
Tannehill has started all seven of Miami’s games. He has 4 touchdown passes to go with 6 interceptions and 1,472 yards. The injury will be one obstacle for Tannehill while the Colts pass defense will be another. The Colts 7th rank pass defense will look to take advantage of Tannehill.
Through his first seven games Andrew Luck, first overall pick, has 8 touchdown passes and 8 interceptions while throwing for 1,971 yards in his first season. Luck will look to fieast on a defense ranked 27th against the pass allowing 281 yards per game.
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The Miami Dolphins are very secretive about the health of their players. Ryan Tannehill has practiced on a limited basis all week for the Dolphins, but Joe Philbin will not say for sure if Tannehill will play on Sunday. The Dolphins officially listed Tannehill as questionable for the Dolphins big matchup with the Colts. However, according to Armando Salguero, the Dolphins are...
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Indianapolis, and coach Joe Philbin says there's no timetable for a decision on whether he'll play.
Tannehill was limited in practice for the third day in a row Friday and again wore a brace on his left leg. He left Sunday's 30-9 victory over the New York...
The Miami Dolphins are expected to have their highly touted rookie QB Ryan Tannehill under center this afternoon against the Indianapolis Colts. Tannehill suffered a knee injury last week against the New York Jets and was replaced by veteran Matt Moore. Moore turned in a solid performance off the bench against the Jets.
Reporter Albert Breer reported on NFL Network’s First on the...
Miami Dolphins starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill and wide
receiver Brian Hartline are both considered questionable to play today against
the Indianapolis Colts, reports Brian McIntyre of Yahoo! Sports.
However, Tannehill is listed
as "questionable," which means there's a 50/50 chance he won't play,
in which case the team would turn to Matt Moore.
Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill (bruised knee) is active and will start Sunday against the Colts.Fantasy Spin:Employ Tannehill as you usually would. Injured wideout Brian Hartline (groin) is also available for the Dolphins. He had been a game-time decision.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill will start Sunday against Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts, according to ESPN.com. Tannehill, the No. 8 overall pick in the June draft, was listed as questionable with an injured left knee and quad. He was injured last Sunday against the New York Jets. Tannehill practiced on a limited basis during the week. He matches up with...
If the NFL season ended today, the Miami Dolphins would have earned one of the AFC’s two wildcard playoff berths, based in part by the strong play of rookie QB Ryan Tannehill. As the Dolphins prepare to take on the Indianapolis Colts, Miami might have to take the field without Tannehill this week.
ESPN’s Ed Werder confirmed on Friday that Tannehill is indeed a 50-50 bet to start...
A historic NFL matchup may come down to a game time decision on Sunday as Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill was limited once again at practice on Friday and is listed as questionable on the injury report. If Tannehill is able to suit up against fellow first round pick Andrew Luck, it would be the first game between two rookie quarterbacks taken in the first ten picks with a winning...
The Dolphins clearly have a great prospect at quarterback Ryan Tannehill. He turned in another solid performance Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, and this despite having missed practice time during the week because of a leg injury. The only problem for Tannehill and the Dolphins was that the quarterback on the other side was a rookie even more impressive than Tannehill.
The Miami Dolphins entered Sunday’s game with a chance to move into a first place tie in the AFC East. The Dolphins did a good job in the first half, their offense was moving the ball and scoring points. The Dolphins defense was allowing rookie Andrew Luck to move the ball, but limited the Colts to just 13 points (thanks in part to 2 missed Adam Viniteri field goals). However...
Andrew Luck was sensational.
Ryan Tannehill was pretty darn good, too.
All that really mattered to the Colts was that Chuck Pagano was there to see a great duel between the rookie quarterbacks.
In a game that will be remembered for the quarterbacks' head-to-head matchup, Indianapolis gave Pagano an unforgettable memory in his first trip back to Lucas Oil Stadium since being...
Andrew Luck and Ryan Tannehill put on a memorable show for Chuck Pagano on Sunday.
The rookie quarterbacks traded jab for jab, hook for hook and TD pass for TD pass. When the duel finally ended, it was Luck who had the records - and another win for his ailing coach.
Luck threw for 433 yards and two TD passes, breaking Cam Newton's single-game passing record (422 yards) for...
The Dolphins went into Indy with a 3 game winning streak a 4-3 record and sky high with confidence, they left 4-4. First things first, The Sky isn’t falling! The season isn’t over! After a very tough loss against a potential playoff contender the Dolphins fan base came back to reality. After a tough loss like the Dolphins suffered its time to sit back and...
This Article was originally written for AccuScore.
This Sunday, two surprise AFC teams will meet in Miami that could ultimately determine which starting rookie quarterback will make the playoffs. The Indianapolis Colts and Miami Dolphins, thought to be rebuilding projects, both enter Sunday’s matchup with 4-3 records and playing for a potential playoff wild card. While many...