Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Worst Quarterback?

Over at http://www.rantsports.com/nfl/2015/09/24/every-nfl-teams-worst-starting-quarterback-of-all-time/ they listed the worst QBs for each NFL team.

Any guesses who they rank as the Dolphins QB?

Ray Lucas?
Cleo Lemon?
Trent Green?

Nope, nope, and nope.

Here it is:
David Woodley was the starting quarterback for the Dolphins team that reached Super Bowl XVII, but they didn't get there because of him. In six seasons, Woodley completed less than 53 percent of his passes and had a 34-42 TD-INT ratio. If you need more evidence, just watch the second half of Super Bowl XVII.

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TANNEHILL BY FAR! David Woodley could throw the deep pass fairly well.

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Get over tannehill u have at least 3 more seasons with him

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Now, I see why Don Shula drafted Dan Marino despite going to the Super Bowl. The best pick the Franchise has ever made.

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By far? So john beck was better? Jeez....

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Actually, knowing Albert wasn't playing, I wouldn't have played Tannehill.

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Beck has to be there along with Cleo lemon ,

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Almost forgot about pat white who may have been the worst

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You guy's are f-cking idiots. How can you throw a deep ball when you can't even take a 3 step drop without having your linemen pushed in your face. Tannihill was the only reason they had a chance in Jacksonville, the game where Jennings dropped a pass in his hands that should have been a TD. Sunday, 2 int's were because receivers couldn't hold on. Fox is the best back-up linemen? No defense, no protection, no running game. The fact he kept getting up and going out there says a lot about him. I wonder how Brady or Rodgers would have played in that game. 2 WR's and a TE, that's all he had. And before the first tip int, Tannehill had the team record for most passes with out an int. You don't know crap about football, but although I think this would have been a break out year for him, again his receivers are letting him down except for 2 and a TE. And as soon as Albert went out, the line looks worse then 2 yrs ago. Coyle, who was hired after he was fired from Denver. Either fire both him and Philbin, who wasn't hired by the new exec's, and let Lazor run the offense without Philbin in his ear. This defense has too much talent. Since Johnson, we haven't had a head coach that has had any NFL success as a head coach. But this team should have been a running back, CB, and safety away from competing for SB. I guess I'll add head coach.

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Greg Blount, I couldn't have sais it any better myself. I also think they should sign Brandon Spikes he,s a run stuffing machine, move CB McCain to slot and start Jamar at CB. bench Jennings ,start Parker , play Jonas Gray more, sign the FB who was cut from Tampa, wait til Albert is really ready, keep a TE on the left side for max protection and use more rollouts quick passes. If we truly don't rely on a number one recvr, but instead rely on YAC then this would work, but hell,what do I know ..

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David Apollos logic:

"The deep ball is the only thing that matters for QBs. You can be a 400 lb lard ass with no awareness, the IQ of a watermelon, and the mobility of a sloth, but as long as you can throw the ball really far, you're a hall of famer."

Clearly it's Tannehills fault that our coaches are morons and our defense is the most underachieving group in the NFL. It's also his fault that he has to run for his life every time he snaps the ball and Lamar Miller can't get a single yard after the first hit. S-A-R-C-A-S-M

Apollos also "invented the wildcat offense."

It would funny if it weren't so sad...

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Finally some voices of reason!!!!! Was starting to think all our fans are morons, glad to see people like minded responding on here!!!

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Sorry, I thought all the guys were saying Tannehill was the worst. I doubt they would offer enough for Spikes, and this team isn't going anywhere. Parker needs to earn the starting job, which I'm sure he will. But Mathews should take Jennings place, he won't be back. I hated seeing Delmas go down again, would have been great safety duo. I think this is a great time to let the young DB's get on the field and start developing them. Grimes has been the best move the Dolphins have made since Phillbin's been there, but age is gonna catch up. Also, play the other runningbacks and forget about Miller. He's scared to hit the line between the tackles. This team has a great mix of young talent and vets. Love to see how it would look with a decent o-line and a good running game. I just hope Tannihill doesn't end up like Carr or Harrington. Bad team, bad coaching ruined them.