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Plenty of room for improvement on the Dolphins O line

The offensive line is the central hub of safety and protection for the offensive unit.  It is known as the group that keeps to itself.  In order for it to be successful it is a necessity that it becomes one cohesive unit.  This is the unit that has troubled the Miami Dolphins for more than a decade   Last season it exploded both on and off the field.  First on the field, where...
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Dolphins issues at center must to be resolved right away!

Heading into camp, the Miami Dolphins greatest concerns were making sure all players stay healthy, finding the solution to protecting Ryan Tannehill, having a defense that stops the run, and creating a stronger running game. With the recent surgery and near admission by the Dolphins that Mike Pouncey could miss as many as 8 weeks, the Dolphins have a void at the position of center...
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Underappreciated contributors Ryan Tannehill and Marvin Jones vie for FSLR's ultimate sleeper title

Locker Room NFL Sleepers Bracket Round Two: Ryan Tannehill vs. Marvin Jones This post appears as part of our 2014 Ultimate NFL Sleepers Bracket. Jonathan Vandersluis opens for Ryan Tannehill: Entering his third season, Ryan Tannehill hasn’t quite performed as the Dolphins expected when drafting him 8th overall in 2012. However, despite massive holes in the offensive line, little...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill named 23rd best in NFL right now

When cover32 released its list of the top 10 quarterbacks in the NFL today, there were plenty of people angry about their favorite team’s signal caller not making the list. It made for a spirited debate in the “Comments” section below the article. The second batch of QBs, Nos. 11-20, generated a similar response. The next logical step in the ranking of the game’s quarterbacks...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

After day 3 of camp, Dolphins appear ready for pre-season action

Dolphins media today started out their daily coverage on Twitter moving from Tannehill to Wallace inconsistency to Jarvis Landry’s incredible rise. The second round pick flashed in his third practice and challenged every receiver fighting for a starting job.  While Landry has shown flashes of a tough physical receiver, his ability to get behind the secondary unabated is what everyone...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Dolphins training camp underway with some surprises

The past couple of days have seen the Dolphins run drills, reporters do I told you so commentary about Tannehill to Wallace, and finally the defensive line’s ownership of the offensive line. Based on observations the past couple of days, Cam Wake can still play at a high level. Wake, who takes impeccable care or his body has the physique to prove it. Damien Williams, is starting...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Ryan Tannehill warrant a new deal?

As catchy as it is becoming in the NFL, rookie deals are being redone left and right. For one, with Colin Kaepernick’s mind boggling $126 million dollar deal after his second complete year and second playoff appearance, NFL teams are looking to lock-in the best deal for their franchise quarterback. Just this morning, word got out that Andy Dalton (a playoff disaster last year)...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Tannehill-Wallace out to fix more than just deep ball

BY NICK ST. DENISWe've written plenty about last year's deep-ball struggles between Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill and wide receiver Mike Wallace.Both players have acknowledged that improving the downfield connection is a must moving forward, though Tannehill is just as concerned with getting on the same page with Wallace on all the other parts of the field....
Via AFC East Daily
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Young QBs Ryan Tannehill and EJ Manuel among those vying for FSLR's ultimate sleeper title

Jonathan Vandersluis opens for Ryan Tannehill: Entering his third season, Ryan Tannehill hasn’t quite performed as the Dolphins expected when drafting him 8th overall in 2012. However, despite massive holes in the offensive line, little offensive creativity and even a bullying scandal, he still threw for almost 4000 yards with 24 TDs, finishing as QB16 in 2013. Now with up-tempo...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
11 days ago  |  Discuss

The debate on Ryan Tannehill continue

It is July 2nd and training camp is just around the corner, that being said in terms of football talk most of the discussion is just recycled topics that began at the beginning of the off season. Speaking of recycled topics the talk of whether Ryan Tannehill being a potential top 10 QB could go on for ages. Recently Mike Sando of had 26 anonymous coaches & co rank EVERY...
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July 02, 2014  |  Discuss
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