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Chiefs would look better with Albert at LT

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Ask yourself this on Sunday as you watch Branden Albert play for the Miami Dolphins and protect the blind side of quarterback Ryan Tannehill in their game against Kansas City: How much better would the Chiefs be if...Show More Summary

Ryan Tannehill: “I’m upset at myself the way I’ve played”

Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill did not have a good game in Sunday’s loss to the Bills. He’s not happy about that. Tannehill threw for just 241 yards on 31-of-49 passing, and he was also sacked four times for a loss of 31 yards. That’s just 3.96 yards per dropback, and that’s a big part of…

Ryan Tannehill: 'I have to do better'

DAVIE, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is trying to put on the best face possible after his slow start to the regular season. "It’s better to struggle in September than December," Tannehill deadpanned following Wednesday’s...Show More Summary

How Much Blame Falls on Ryan Tannehill for Dolphins' Passing Woes?

Assigning blame over the happenings of a football game can be a slippery slope. Decisions are made in the blink of an eye by coaches trying to capitalize on weaknesses in an opposing team and by players trying to get in position to make plays. Show More Summary

Scrutiny on Ryan Tannehill is increasing

ESPN.com Dolphins reporter James Walker says some of the issues that hindered Ryan Tannehill during his first two seasons are showing up through two games in 2014.

Philbin, Lazor support Ryan Tannehill

DAVIE, Fla. -- It's no secret that this is an important Year 3 for Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The former first-round pick has received nearly unanimous support from Dolphins fans in South Florida his first two seasons. Show More Summary

Questions emerge for Ryan Tannehill

We are two games into an important Year 3 for Miami Dolphins starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill. That presents an important question: How do you feel about the long-term prospects of the third-year quarterback? Are you willing to say...Show More Summary

Watch Mike Wallace make one-handed touchdown catch for Dolphins

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace made one of the sweetest catches of the day Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. Wallace took the toss from Ryan Tannehill and needed only one hand to haul in the 7-yard pass for the touchdown in Buffalo. See? Sweet.

Mike Wallace, Ryan Tannehill's Instant Fantasy Reaction After Week 2

Although the Miami Dolphins are currently down 26-10 to the Buffalo Bills, both Ryan Tannehill and Mike Wallace are having themselves strong fantasy performances. With 7:25 to go in the game, Tannehill has thrown for 169 yards and a touchdown. Show More Summary

Dolphins' Mike Wallace Makes Great 1-Handed Touchdown Catch Against Bills

Plays like this are why the Miami Dolphins gave Mike Wallace a big contract last year. The Dolphins wide receiver made a great play Sunday by hauling in a Ryan Tannehill pass with just one hand for a seven-yard touchdown in the third quarter against the Buffalo Bills. Wallace's touchdown cut the Bills' lead to 16-10. [Vine] Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Ryan Tannehill preps for nemesis Bills

DAVIE, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins third-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill owns career wins over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts and even Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. But, surprisingly, the one team Tannehill has struggled most against throughout his NFL career is the Buffalo Bills. Show More Summary

Patriots vs. Dolphins 2014 game preview: Tom Brady and revamped offense go to work

Miami wants to topple the beast of the East this season and has a huge opportunity out of the gate. On Sunday, Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins begin a quest for their first playoff appearance since the Chad Pennington era. Miami's...Show More Summary

Can Ryan Tannehill make a statement?

DAVIE, Fla. – There is a lot of pressure on Miami Dolphins starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill entering the regular season. He’s in his third year, which is when potential must become a reality. So far, Tannehill is just 15-17 in his first two years. Show More Summary

No NFL Player Faces More Pressure Entering 2014 Than Ryan Tannehill

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill needs to be at his best in 2014. There's an old metaphor about having one foot in the grave and the other on a banana peel, and the Dolphins' state of the franchise is in much the same position. Show More Summary

Observation Deck: Miami Dolphins

MIAMI – If something happens this season to Ryan Tannehill, the Miami Dolphins have reason to feel secure in their backup quarterback. Eight-year veteran Matt Moore capped a strong preseason Thursday in a 14-13 victory over the St. Louis Rams. Moore was 5-of-8 passing (62.5 percent) for 38 yards in just one quarter of play. Show More Summary

Insider Buzz: Marino Back in Miami; Dolphins 'Concerned' About Tannehill

Dan Marino is back in Miami to be a special adviser for the Dolphins. What are Marino's duties as special adviser? Will he be working one-on-one with quarterback Ryan Tannehill ? What are the main concerns that the Dolphins have about...Show More Summary

Rough night for starting offenses in Miami

The Dolphins left their starting offense in the game to start the second half against the Cowboys backups in hopes of getting into the end zone, but they couldn’t make it happen. Ryan Tannehill was picked off by Cowboys cornerback Tyler Patmon in the red zone to kill a scoring chance on a night when…

Ryan Tannehill excited for dress rehearsal

DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins will play their third and most important preseason game Saturday when they host the Dallas Cowboys. All eyes nationally will be on the high-profile Cowboys and stars such as quarterback Tony Romo and Pro Bowl receiver Dez Bryant. Show More Summary

Dolphins' Absent Running Game Increases Pressure on Ryan Tannehill

It's a good thing the Miami Dolphins have weapons in the passing game like Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, Charles Clay, Rishard Matthews, Brandon Gibson and rookie Jarvis Landry. The Dolphins will need them all, because if the preseason...Show More Summary

W2W4: Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins (0-1) will travel to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-1) on Saturday night at Raymond James Stadium. 1. Tannehill's momentum: Has Dolphins starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill fully turned the corner in Bill Lazor's new offense? It's too early to tell. Show More Summary

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