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PostPosted: Mon Sep 30, 2013 12:57 am 
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One bad game could deflate the hype, however, which makes Monday’s matchup of unbeatens between Miami and New Orleans potentially pivotal for Tannehill. Appearing on “Monday Night Football” for the first time, Tannehill will go against seven-time Pro Bowl passer Drew Brees.

But then, Tannehill and the Dolphins have already beaten Andrew Luck’s Colts and Matt Ryan’s Falcons. The latest victory was the most dramatic, with Tannehill orchestrating a last-minute rally for the first time, throwing the winning touchdown pass with 38 seconds left to beat Atlanta.

The Dolphins raved about how the 25-year-old Tannehill handled the situation.
“There was no panic,” 10-year veteran Tyson Clabo said. “You could tell that he expected to go down and score a touchdown.”

Tannehill’s improvement this season has been most notable at important moments. He leads the NFL in red zone passing and has completed 71 percent of his attempts on third down, compared with 59 percent last year. Overall, Tannehill has a completion percentage of 66 to rank ninth, ahead of 2012 rookie classmates Luck, Russell Wilson and Robert Griffin III.

A year ago, fresh out of Texas A&M, Tannehill had a better completion percentage than Luck and threw for more yards than Wilson or Griffin III, but he ranked a distant fourth in accolades. RG3 won Offensive Rookie of the Year honors.
“Last year those other guys were making highlight plays,” Wallace said. “Ryan just didn’t get as much hype. But right now he’s getting it.”


Among those taking notice is Brees, a fellow Texan who wanted to play at A&M but wound up at Purdue.
“His journey has been an interesting one,” Brees said. “He’s obviously a phenomenal athlete. He’s probably a guy that isn’t talked about a lot from last year’s draft class, just with the RG3s and Andrew Lucks and Russell Wilsons and that kind of thing. But man, he’s having quite the career thus far. He’s got a bright future.”


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 30, 2013 6:07 pm 
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the knock on Tannehill at Texas A&M was that he didn't play big in key situations in big games. Just shows you never know when it comes to drafting guys. He's getting the right coaching that guys like Griffin and Bradford are not. So many factors go into a QB's success.


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I am surprised at how often he fumbles the ball ... especially on that run. He was a former wide receiver that was productive. Everyone knows the Saints are good at stripping the ball.

This game doesn't change my mind about Tannehill. He's getting beat to crap in the backfield, but he is bold enough to stay in there and take a hit looking for the open man. He's not shell shocked back there as a lot of quarterbacks become. He's still learning the job.

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