Posted November 13, 2012 on
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Ryan Tannehill's best play of late has been a tackle, which for a quarterback is not good.
Tannehill's teammates were still laughing Tuesday about his touchdown-saving, open-field stop of linebacker Zach Brown, by far the best moment for the Miami Dolphins in a 37-3 loss to Tennessee. Miami tight end Anthony Fasano suggested the coaches should consider putting Tannehill on kick coverage.
That won't happen. Tannehill will keep concentrating on quarterbacking, especially this week as the Dolphins (4-5) prepare to play Thursday night at Buffalo (3-6).
The rookie hopes to bounce back from his worst performance since the season opener. Tannehill threw three interceptions Sunday against the Titans, including the one that forced him to corral Brown.
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