Say what you want about Ryan Tannehill, but this guy does not quit. There has been a ton of Tannehill criticism this week after the loss to the New England Patriots. With no running game, the guy nearly brought us back for the victory. PFF does not share in that criticism though as they ranked Tannehill the second best quarterback in week 2. When the team wen to a no huddle offense, that's when the team started to find success on offense.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Week Two PFF ratings: Tannehill NFL's second best QB | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Any time the Miami Dolphins have lost a football game the past five seasons, a hefty number of fans have trained their ire on quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The criticism on Tannehill has risen significantly over the years and especially after...
For Dolphins, Effort Is There But Gase Looking For Results " CBS Miami
Getting an ‘A for effort’ doesn’t really cut it when it comes to the NFL.
Dolphins’ big play: Inside Ryan Tannehill’s TD pass to Jordan Cameron | The Daily Dolphin
Whether or not he'd admit it, Dolphins tight end Jordan Cameron needed this one. His team needed it, too, and the 12-yard strike he caught from Ryan Tannehill pulled Miami within two scores of the Patriots at the start of the fourth quarter.
Miami Dolphins getting pummeled in time of possession - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
The Dolphins have struggled to keep possession early in games this season, causing their defense to play extra snaps and tire in the second half.
‘Tough as hell’: Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill gains respect with his runs | The Daily Dolphin
With the Dolphins desperately driving for a tying touchdown, Ryan Tannehill dropped back to pass and didn’t see anything particularly inviting downfield — except for lots of unoccupied turf. So Tannehill did what he wasn’t allowed to do much under Joe Philbin.
Dolphins’ defense did not execute what they practiced throughout the week | Dolphins Wire
The Miami Dolphins defense got off to a bad start against the New England Patriots. Dolphins believe a lack of execution was the problem.
Browns At Dolphins
Miami Dolphins to face Cleveland Browns’ No. 3 QB, Cody Kessler | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins are on a strange streak. No, we’re not talking about starting the season 0-2. Rather, they’re about to face their second consecutive third-string quarterback.
AC In The AM: Now It's All About The Browns
An 0-2 start has left the Dolphins in an early hole, but a strong performance against Cleveland can go a long way to changing that.
Dolphins 2016 Season
The tape don’t lie: Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots, a review | The Daily Dolphin
Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase said after Sunday's loss, "The tape don't lie." So I decided to give the game tape a closer look. And here are some things I noticed: 1) Xavien Howard should have been burned.
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