What a great draft class.
What a great draft class.
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RG3 is easily the ROY so far. Guys trying to name others are just trying too hard to sound smart.
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Honestly, I don't listen to anything Rosenthal says. He says **** to attract attention, it comes off as pathetic.
His NFL.com bio "Gregg Rosenthal writes for and manages Around the League for NFL.com, providing non-stop analysis and opinions on all things football. He spent nine years covering the NFL for NBC Sports, Rotoworld.com, and ProFootballTalk.com. He is not 15 years old despite his appearance."
His work at roto and PFT is a combination of negative and sarcastic remarks geared towards pissing off 4 fan bases, and making the other 28 look away.
Tannehill more flashy than RG3? I guess the B.Banks pass to him wasn't sexy, maybe jumping down a cliff into the endzone several times isn't sexy, flicking accurate darts in clutch time isn't sexy, I guess you have to lose to be sexy in this league.
Well if RG3 gives a ****, he should act more like this to gain Gregg's sparkling eye.
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I actually watched the Dolphins vs Cardinals game and its the best passing performance by a rookie QB that I've seen this season (and I've watched most of them).
Any time a rookie QB leads his team on a game winning drive nothing else matters. It's that simple. All Tannehill did was throw an INT in over time that ended up costing the dolphins a win. RG3, on the other hand, almost single handedly won the game for us on that final drive. That's it. How this is even debatable is ridiculous.
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Originally Posted by Mike Shanahan
I'm curious how many people that are commenting on Tannehill's Week 4 performance actually watched the game vs just reading a box score?
Let's stick with football as the topic. That gets dumb enough, often enough.
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Can we please stop discussing his wife whenever a discussion of Tannehill comes up? It's getting old.
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Well, I did not see the Dolfinks game....so cannot comment on Tannehill's performance. I would think that.....overall....the most consistent rookie performances at QB thusfar have been RGIII and Luck. At least....from this totally UNBIASED observer....should be a no brainer for RGIII
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