A source told CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora that Ryan Tannehill may lack job security entering 2014.
Unbelievable. Tannehill is the least of the Dolphins' problems and very arguably their biggest strength, so the notion of him losing his job is yet another reminder of the continued dysfunction in Miami. "(Coach Joe Philbin) definitely wants to push Tannehill more," said the source, who spoke to Philbin about his quarterbacks, "and if he doesn't see improvement he said he might go to (Matt) Moore at some point. He definitely has a lot of faith in Moore, and they're paying him a lot of money." This is a team that should be looking to prop up Tannehill with significant offensive line upgrades, not put his job on the line in favor of a journeyman-type career backup in Moore. Tannehill absorbed a league-high 58 sacks in 2013. This has been a troubling offseason in Miami, to say the least. Feb 7 - 3:09 PM
I tell you all this... Tannehill is not the issue. I have been reading posts about his evolution... He is part of the solution, he is not part of the problem. I am sure of that as I am that 2+2 equals 4.
I have watched all games the past two seasons... And even more than that, alluding that Moore might be the answer is just absurd.
These news, if true, only mean that we might just as well tune back in only in 2015, after the whole thing is blown up. Because this is the direction we are heading.
Focus on FIFA's World Cup, and please cheer for the host team.
PS - here is the link to the article http://espn.go.com/blog/miami-dolphins/post/_/id/5298/report-tannehill-on-shorter-leash-in-2014