Ryan Tannehill

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  1. La France Blanche

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    Troy Aikman is Aryan (non-Semitic White), and there's absolutely no evidence to the contrary. Anyway, getting back to Ryan Tannehill, who is the actual subject of this thread, I hope he gets the chance to be a starter again, in Tennessee or elsewhere. There are probably at least a dozen current starting QBs throughout the NFL who are at a lower level than him.
     
  2. Shadowlight

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    I agree Tannehill is a solid type starter. I think he and D Watson of Houston are very similar and quite frankly I would prefer him over the irritating Mariota. I like Tannehill quite a lot because he is an athletic QB who the media hates but the Dolphins have been too caste for my taste over the years so I just couldn't put all my weight behind his team.

    Now with the injury history of Mariota and the addition of WR Humphries I can really root for Ryan if he is given an opportunity. The addition of Humphries was a brilliant move by the Titans.

    I was a huge fan of Vrabel when he played and as we know that doesn't always translate into liking him as a coach.

    If I had to guess at this juncture I think he won't end up as a caste stooge and I suspect he won't pursue an all caste draft this year either.

    Seems like a nice man actually but time will tell where he stands on the caste meter. But his off season moves have been inspiring so there is hope.
     
  3. Don Wassall

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    I was just thinking about how well Ryan Tannehill is doing with the Titans and the way it once again reinforces how mindless and ignorant the football media herd is, including the so-called experts. When Tannehill struggled with the Dolphins, the instant analysis was "he sucks," which quickly became an echo chamber as does everything in the "mainstream" media. Since we were rooting for him here at Caste Football, it was obvious that he was severely handicapped by terrible offensive lines, average to bad receivers and running backs, and poor coaching. And now finally, begrudgingly, Tannehill is being given some credit after playing brilliantly after Marcus Mariota was finally benched. His completion percentage is 71 percent, he is using his athleticism to make plays with his feet, his team all of a sudden has a good offense, and he's been one of the top three QBs in the league since taking over in Week 7.

    The same pattern repeats over and over again, with White quarterbacks and White players at all positions. There's not only a kneejerk anti-White bias at work along with laziness and a herd mentality, in the case of quarterbacks it shows how very little most writers and "gurus" actually know about football. They regard the quarterback as the be-all and end-all; if he's struggling they rarely look at other factors, including the talent around him and coaching. Jared Goff was immediately written off as a bust despite his lofty draft status, but as soon as the fossil Jeff Fisher was replaced with Sean McVay, Goff predictably blossomed to the amazement of the slack-jawed herd who had written him off after his rookie season. It's likely why they regard Crissie Collinsworth's Pro Football Focus as a bible whose dubious conclusions are never challenged, as they are too lazy or just plain incapable of doing their own research and evaluation of players and quickly fall in line once a narrative about a player has been established.
     
  4. FootballDad

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    Tannehill is a nice story. Hopefully, says the media and caste establishment, he will bomb out the last few weeks and the Titans will be a 2019 memory. And then we can get on with the Lamar Jackson celebration!! He, not honky crackas like Tannehill, are the future of the league! It's here at last! Jackson, Jalen Hurts, Jordan Love, etc., etc. will finally convert the league into the SEC and Big 12! At last, 100 % "diverse" league.
     
  5. TwentyTwo

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    Very well said Don! Can remember following Tannehill at Texas A&M as a Tall Wide Receiver; before making the move to QB later in his college career. Raw talent ; athletic ; plenty of upside! Glad he got the opportunity to play for a better team!

    I hear you Football Dad ....they may have to compromise for 50/50...no matter how hard they try to go 100%
     
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    Don't take my dripping sarcasm in the wrong way CF'ers and lurkers. Tannehill is a prototype dual-threat QB. Game breaking-speed wide receiver converts to a QB and becomes proficient at both passing, reading defenses, and can run. Unfortunately he lacks the proper skin melanin and must be relegated into the "white" QB paradigm. Yes, he's Joe Flacco 2.0! It's prevalent around the league. Look at how quickly they chased Tim Tebow out of the league. Imagine Tebow in the Lamar Jackson offense. It would truly be unstoppable. But they can't allow white athletic QB's to take over the movement. Back in the day, QB's like Fran Tarkenton, Bobby Douglas, Roger "The Dodger" Staubach, Steve Young, did what Lamar does, only 5o times better since they could also progress past the first read.

    Now, this doesn't mean that Tannehill is without his faults. He lacks elite pocket awareness and will sometimes screw up under pressure if limited to a "white guy" pocket offense. But his play in an offense that caters to his skills, one built for for "game changer" Marcus Mariota, he shows what an athletic white QB can do. There are other prominent examples in the league. Mitch Trubisky has been handcuffed for much of the season. As soon as he's "allowed" to run and to make plays with his feet, he's pretty good! Josh Allen is a runner. Heck, most rushing td's in the league by a QB (not Lamar). But he still gets limited by his offense, I suspect, because his melanin level is low. Just watch the Bills-Ravens game and how the offense is tailored to each QB. It's a real eye opener.
     
  7. Extra Point

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    Ryan Tannehill led the league with a quarterback rating of 117.5. The Dolphins let themselves be bullied by the anti-whites into giving up a franchise quarterback for peanuts.
     
  8. Bucky

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    I've always been a big Tannehill fan since his days of playing WR @ A&M. It'd be awesome for him to lead The Titans over The Patriots in his resurgence year at the helm.
     

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