One QB is a franchise player- a veteran.. a future hall of famer(throwing up in my mouth a little bit to say). This QB has a solid O-line & the best all-around TE in the game, but no WRs to speak of.
One is a 2nd year player. A developmental player who was thrown in there his rookie season after only 2 years of playing QB on the college level. This QB has 3 #2 WRs, or 1 #1 WR and 2 #2 WRs depending on how you view Mike Wallace. Oh... and he has almost no O-line to speak of..
Pay special attention to O-line play. On some of the plays that Tannehill "underthrew" it was because he couldn't step into his throw. Tell me what differences you see? I see one that has faith in his O-line that for the most part has protected him for years. I see another that is really trying to have faith in his O-line... But according to what I am hearing he needs to get out of the pocket whenever he feels pressure and the sacks are all his fault.
|Tom Brady 2013||380||628||60.5||4,343||25||11||40||87.3|
|Tom Brady 2001(2nd year)||264||413||63.9||2,843||18||12||41||86.5|
|Tom Brady 2002(3rd year)||373||601||62.1||3,764||28||14||31||85.7|
Comparing the Running Game