I thought we were doomed when Jamar Taylor of all people intercepted Tannehill’s first pass of the day.
I thought we were doomed when Cleveland strip sacked Tannehill and lined up for the winning field goal, all within the last 30 seconds of regulation.
Yet somehow, we won this brutally bad contest. We faced a team with its 4th string QB and gave him 17 points. Shoulda been more. Our offense has gone from 10 to 24 to 30 points in our three games, increasing each time, but none of us feel good about it.
Despite some great throws, Tannehill looks lost out there. We went three and out in the 4th quarter three times in a row; an 11 point laugher of a lead became a nail biter.
The Browns slid both safeties to the line of scrimmage–directly over right guard and right tackle, and Tannehill didn’t see them. He locks in his tunnel vision per snap like no one I ever saw before, the the results are all too familiar. Bad results.
I could go on, but I will turn it over to our readers here for comments, good or bad…