Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has had an up-and-down three seasons. But lately Tannehill is starting to find consistency and play some of the best football of his career, while the Dolphins (5-3) are on a three-game winning streak.
Here are some impressive statistics Tannehill is putting up in Year 3:
Tannehill has a passer rating of at least 109.3 or higher in three of his past five games. He's posted passer ratings of 123.6 and 125.6 in two of the past three games.
Under Tannehill, Miami's offense is averaging 30.6 points per game since Week 4, which is fifth highest in the NFL.
Tannehill's completion percentage (63.3) through eight games would be fourth all-time in Dolphins history for a single season.
According to ESPN Stats & Information, Tannehill has an 82.9 QBR in his past five games.
Tannehill joined Steve Young and Michael Vick as the only three quarterbacks in the past five years to post a run of 20 yards or more in four straight games.
Tannehill is second on the Dolphins in rushing (245 yards) and averages 7.9 yards per carry. He owns Miami's longest run of the season at 40 yards.
Miami's offensive line has allowed just 17 sacks on Tannehill in eight games.
Tannehill is still out to prove he is the long-term solution in Miami. Keeping up these kind of numbers for the remainder of the season will go a long way.