Ryan Tannehill was limited in practice this week. But source says there is "NO DOUBT" he starts vs. Buffalo Thursday night.
CBSSports.com "When the Miami Dolphins hired Dan Marino in August, they brought him in to serve as a special adviser in the front office. Apparently, Marino's role with the team isn't just limited to the front office though because the Hall of Famer has also been helping out quarterback Ryan..." October 29
SB Nation "Ever since Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin kinda sorta threatened to bench him, Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has looked like a new man. I don't know if Philbin's words truly inspired him to play better or not, but I can say for sure that a subtle new offensive direction has helped him..." October 23
Miami Herald "Even after this one, there’s still nothing that guarantees the Dolphins have found their quarterback of the next decade. We still don’t know if Ryan Tannehill, fresh off one of his best games as a professional, can continue to be the guy everyone saw this day or if he’s going to ride this high..." September 29
ESPN.com "Ryan Tannehill disagrees with the way Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin publicly declined to endorse the third-year quarterback leading into Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders. Philbin declined to say whether Tannehill would remain the starting quarterback on multiple occasions this week,..." September 25
#Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill said yes, he wished HC Joe Philbin handled the QB question/situation differently this week.
Seems obvious to several. players in Dolphins locker room that Ryan Tannehill is starting.
Palm Beach Post "It would be a stunner if Matt Moore, not Ryan Tannehill, is the Dolphins starting quarterback Sunday against the Raiders. But today — a day after the Dolphins lost 34-15 to Kansas City — Philbin publicly wouldn’t say for certain if Tannehill will be his starting quarterback against the..." September 22
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Ryan Tannehill hasn't played well through two games this season, and if you don't believe that assessment, you can ask Tannehill himself. "I just haven't been putting the ball in the right spot," the Dolphins third-year quarterback said, "I haven't been at my best and it's got to change, and..." September 18
Fox Sports Florida "Ryan Tannehill is well aware of the pressure he's facing in his third year with the Miami Dolphins. Eager to reach the playoffs for the first time in his short pro career, Tannehill is preparing for the season opener Sunday against the New England Patriots with heightened expectations from..." September 04
ESPN.com "The 2014 season is important for many within the Miami Dolphins' organization. One of those people facing plenty of pressure to perform this upcoming season is third-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Tannehill was drafted No. 8 overall in 2012. Since then he is 15-17 as a starter and has never..." April 09
NFL.com "Ryan Tannehill's struggles epitomized the Miami Dolphins' collapse in the final two weeks of the season. As we discussed on the "Around The League Podcast," Tannehill missed numerous throws and appeared to regress with the season on the line. Part of the issue might have been the second-year..." December 30
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Sometimes a person's body language provides a better understanding of their perspective, their struggles than the actual words coming out their mouth. Mike Wallace served up one of those body language dialogs earlier this week when asked to evaluate his first 10 games with the Miami..." November 23
Miami Herald "On a single play, Mike Wallace showed the boundless promise that made him so attractive to the Dolphins and how that promise still remains unfulfilled in Miami. Wallace so thoroughly torched cornerback Darrelle Revis deep down the right sideline Monday night that the former All-Pro had just..." November 14
The Phinsider "As the Miami Dolphins return to the field following their bye week fans have a lot of expectations for the team. Changes to the pass protection improvement in the running game getting back to stuffing the run and getting after opposing quarterbacks wide receivers eliminating drops. There really..." October 18
Miami Herald "On Wednesday Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace said this about quarterback Ryan Tannehill: "I think he's a really good player. I think he's ahead of where I thought he would be. He's a smart player. Whatever it is the hype and stuff we've been getting the past week or two he's like 'I don't care..." September 28
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Dolphins defensive tackle Paul Soliai (knee) and cornerback Dimitri Patterson (groin) both key starters are listed as "out" for Sunday's game against Atlanta. That could be a boost for the Falcons who will be without five injured starters when they visit Sun Life Stadium. The good news for..." September 21
Miami Herald "Everything's cool between Ryan Tannehill and his alpha receiver Mike Wallace. Yes Wallace was upset after Sunday's victory that he caught only one pass was targeted only five times and didn't get so much as a glance from Tannehill in the first half. But that has passed now Tannehill said..." September 12
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace seems to have a high opinion of quarterback Ryan Tannehill. On Wednesday after Wallace and Tannehill hooked up on several short and intermediate pass routes late in practice Wallace gave his opinion of Tannehill. “He’s a guy who takes some chances and..." August 15
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The ball was firing out Ryan Tannehill's hands as if he were playing a game of hot potato. The decisions made during the one OTA practice the media watched this week were quick, and the passes were more precise. A dig to Dustin Keller delivered right on the back shoulder of a..." May 24
Pro Football Talk "Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been working with new Miami receiver Mike Wallace, and he likes what he sees. “Everything I heard about him coming in has proved to be true – he’s as advertised,” Tannehill told the Miami Herald. “He’s the fastest guy I’ve ever thrown to. It’s..." May 12
Palm Beach Post "Texas A&M had one of college football’s top offenses in 2011 thanks to a couple of guys with the same first name: Ryan Tannehill, now the Dolphins’ quarterback, and Ryan Swope, his trusty receiver. The Aggies finished seventh out of 120 teams in total offens e(490 yards per game), 11th in scoring..." February 22
Palm Beach Post "Ryan Tannehill doesn’t mind being a public figure now, especially if it means helping rebuild the Dolphins’ fan base. Between April and December, he didn’t do much other than work with his coaches and teammates at the Dolphins’ training facility in Davie. But since the season ended, he and his..." February 08