What are you talking about?
If Ireland and our staff do a good job of drafting and signing free agents, then Tannehill could have all of those things in Miami in one offseason. The offensive line and the run game are interconnected. It's obvious that when the line does its job that we're able to run for big yardage. So if we fix the line aka bring in guys that fit the zone blocking scheme, then we'll be able to give Tannehill a run game. I think the trio of guys we currently have are more than sufficient. When it comes to the passing game, we have plenty of draft picks and money in free agency to find those things. We have five picks in the first three rounds and the most money in free agency. If Ireland can't address the majority of our issues with all of that then I think we need a new GM.
If "Ireland" .... so many things wrong with just that statement alone.
So let me get this straight, you are of the mind that expects Jeff Ireland to shore up our running game, our O-Line, a seam busting TE, and add playmakers to the WR core? You've rationalized that in your head given what you've seen until now?
My point is, too much is being made of creating this "perfect world" scenario for the offense so Tanny can thrive. Will we add "some" pieces? Probably. Could we use slightly improved play in those other area? Definitely. But rather than get my hopes up for the idea that Jeff Ireland of all people is going to grocery shop for the perfect offense, I'm gonna stick to waiting to see more improvement from Tannehill. It's all on that kid. Otherwise he's like any of the other average QB's who are heavily reliant on the talent around them just to be successful game managers.