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The Splash Zone 11/30/16: Adam Gase Getting The Most Out Of Ryan Tannehill

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Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

Adam Gase was brought in after having a great track record with quarterbacks. Gase got the most out of Tim Tebow, Jay Cutler, and even Peyton Manning. Now he's getting the most of Ryan Tannehill. Many people are still doubting the Dolphins and a lot of that emphasis has been put on Tannehill. Critics have been saying teams should not be scared of the Dolphins quarterback and the only reason for his success is due to Jay Ajayi and the run game. Against the 49ers, I witnessed one of Tannehill's best games and is playing on a whole different level. If Gase and Tannehill can keep this up, I have no doubt that the Dolphins will be a playoff team.

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.

Adam Gase getting most out of Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins - NFL.com
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross can't stop gushing over first-year coach Adam Gase -- and who can blame him? Miami has won six straight and, as Jeffri Chadiha writes, Ryan Tannehill's blossoming.

Dolphins Offense

The big play: Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill’s big TD pass to Kenny Stills | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE--This was a display of resiliency by Ryan Tannehill in the Dolphins' win over San Francisco last weekend. Moments after watching a sharp throw down the sideline to DeVante Parker get waved off after replays showed it was incomplete, he answered with a 43-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Stills...

Dolphins Quarterbacks

Tannehill Nominated For NFL Weekly Award
Dolphins quarterback was announced Tuesday morning as one of the three nominees for the FedEx Air Player of the Week for his performance in the 31-24 victory against the San Francisco 49ers.

Miami Dolphins' Tannehill still convincing doubters | Miami Herald
A six-pack of nuggets on the Dolphins and the Marlins’ new pitcher:

Dolphins Tight Ends

Dolphins' Cameron will decide after season if he'll retire or try a comeback | Miami Herald
Jordan Cameron may never play again after suffering his fourth concussion in as many years. But that’s far from certain. Cameron says he’s keeping his options open after getting encouraging word from doctors.

Dolphins 2016 Season

Updated strength of schedule for Dolphins, AFC wild-card contenders - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Based on a tough closing schedule, the Dolphins will have to earn their way into the playoffs.

NFL power rankings: See where Miami Dolphins rank - Sun Sentinel
2016 NFL power rankings

The tape don’t lie: SF 49ers at Miami Dolphins, a review | The Daily Dolphin
Dolphins coach Adam Gase says, "The tape don’t lie." So each week, I’ll give the game tape a closer look. Here are some things I noticed: Ryan Tannehill is coming of age. OK, so I get it. Tannehill is 28 years old.

AC In The AM: Now It's About A December Run
The Dolphins head to Baltimore this weekend and the challenge is to keep building on an impressive string of victories.

"Never Say Die" Miami Dolphins are finding ways to win games
With the team now on a six-game win streak, the Miami Dolphins continue to find ways to win their important games. The post "Never Say Die" Miami Dolphins are finding ways to win games appeared first on Cover32.

PFF Week 12 grades: Tannehill NFL’s best QB; Maxwell a top CB; Cameron Wake streak lives; Jenkins continues to struggle | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins defeated the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday and the grades from ProFootballFocus.com reflect a game in which quarterback Ryan Tannehill played great, leading a team that also got good performances from Byron Maxwell and Cameron Wake.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS: Dolphins Six-Game Win Streak
Breaking down the Dolphins’ six-game winning streak from a statistical perspective.

Former Dolphins

Touching gesture: Cincy RB wears jersey to honor ex-Dolphin Isaiah Pead | The Daily Dolphin
https://twitter.com/TionGreen/status/802315733640343553 Former Dolphins running back Isaiah Pead will not play football again after a serious car accident, but his spirit was on the field this past weekend. Running back Tion Green wore Pead’s No.

Phinsider News You May Have Missed

The Splash Zone 11/29/16: Adam Gase Creating A Winning Culture In Miami - The Phinsider
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

Report: NFL considering limited, or ended, Thursday Night Football - The Phinsider
The NFL is reported to be looking at making a scheduling change in the future.

Dolphins offensive snap counts versus 49ers - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins beat the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Who played on offense for Miami?

Dolphins defensive snap counts versus 49ers - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins beat the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Who played on Miami’s defense?

AFC Playoff scenarios: Strength of schedule for remaining games across conference - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins are middle of the pack in terms of remaining strength of schedule.

NFL Power Rankings Week 13: Miami continues to win, climb rankings - The Phinsider
Dolphins x 6 straight wins = Top 10 team?

Dolphins injury updates: Albert, Tunsil, Parker still being evaluated for Ravens game - The Phinsider
It is only Tuesday, so there are still a lot of questions surrounding Miami’s injuries.

Vance Joseph a head coach candidate? - The Phinsider
Could the Miami Dolphins be on the verge of needing to change defensive coordinators already?

Ryan Tannehill nominated for FedEx Air Player of the Week - The Phinsider
Can the Dolphins quarterback pick up the fan vote needed for the award?