Rock, I am glad you asked, because yes I do.
If that taxi cab player we picked up does not pick Brady off in that game, NE receiver probably makes an easy catch and the Patriots win.
After Tannehill throws a quick pick 6 and leads us back, the Steelers receiver scores a TD, after a forward lateral, and the player barely steps out of bounds.
A forward lateral occurs when any player, who has advanced beyond the line of scrimmage (in gridiron) or at any time in rugby, passes the ball forward to another player who is any distance ahead of the passing player.
BTW- The term "forward lateral" is not found in the official NFL rulebook.
So those 2 wins could have gone either way.
Rock Sexton wrote:
Yes, that means something to me, its called production. Devlin beat the Saints and showed me guts and glory. the Saints destroyed a Ryan Tannehill led offense.
I have not seen any of that from Ryan Tannehill, at all. (greatness, guts and glory)
I'm I saying Devlin is a sure thing, NO, but we will never find out if he sits on the bench.
Like I've said before, if we were the Patriots, we ride Drew Bledsoe over Tom Brady into the Indian Ocean, before benching the Franchise QB.
D-1 you can't be serious with this response. Ryan Tannehill has been inconsistent and I'm not personally willing to call him the future of the franchise quite yet. However, you're going to highlight a preseason game vs. the Saints that Devlin played in? Did you not watch the NE game and Pitt game towards the end of 2013 in which Tannehill showed plenty of guts/glory?