Tom Brady was still the starter didn't sit on the bench. Drew Henson was actually a good prospect and played in the NFL.
Tannehill was playing wide receiver in college, he finally won the job because of Johnson's poor play because of injury. Jerrod Johnson has never played a snap in the NFL.
Dude was struggling to beat out a non NFL prospect, I don't get how to anybody can get super excited by Tannehill.
Dude is ok at best.
Were you as good at your job seven years ago as you are now?
Do you feel as though your boss's assessment of your work performance seven years ago should still apply today?
The past doesn't totally show what somebody will do today or in the future but it helps give you some strong indicators for a players aptitude.
I'm saying based on his past, I don't think he will progress to being a true borderline elite or elite quarterback.
I don't want to hate on him but I think we are seeing his ceiling.
I think he can be ok and win some games if you built a super team around him, I don't see the Dolphins having a super team.
No. Your argument about the past has been proven wrong by the likes of stars like Tom Brady and Tony Romo and busts like Matt Leinart and RG3. And even if I were to concede that point, the only evidence you're drawing from is that he couldn't win the job his first two years at A&M. Why are you ignoring his last two years where he played well enough to earn a top 10 draft pick?