Even though Andrew Luck and RGIII are clearly the two most talented signal-callers in the 2012 draft, Ryan Tannehill is the player that has sparked the most debate. Tannehill was actually listed as a wide receiver until he moved to quarterback halfway through his junior season, which is the position he was originally recruited as. Because of this, Tannehill has special athleticism to complement his throwing ability.
With Luck and RGIII set as locks in this year’s draft, pundits are hyping up other future NFL players in order to stir up a little excitement. Not a single player has benefited from bored, sensationalist beat writers than Ryan Tanne... Read Post
Like a little brother waiting to emerge from the shadow of his older siblings, Ryan Tannehill has lurked in the background while the nation debates whether Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III will be the best quarterback of the 2012 N... Read Post
With the eighth pick in the 2012 NFL draft the Miami Dolphins select quarterback Ryan Tannehill from Texas A&M. I wasn’t high on Tannehill but this pick makes so much sense. Simply put the Dolphins need a quarterback. The Fins enter... Read Post