Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins Just Need Timing and Time to Excel in 2013

August 10, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I'm not a fan of what I've seen from Ryan Tannehill thus far in the preseason. 
The quarterback I saw last season who showed progress with every game seems to have disappeared over the offseason. We saw it against the Cowboys last Sunday Night in the Hall of Fame Game when he seemed to spend too much time getting worried about being hit, throwing well off the mark. 
We would see the same thing in the first three drives against the Jacksonville Jaguars—only this time instead of just being off the mark, he would take a sack on the second play of the game.
On that play it did look like he was looking deep to Mike Wallace (circled in Miami Dolphins-aqua), who like any other veteran was only going about 80 percent on the route because it is the preseason, and Tannehill was too locked into Wallace to successfully check down to any of the open receivers (circled in Miami Heat-red). 
This isn't an excuse for Tannehill but rather an observation. He'd fac...

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