Last weekend, we wrote an interesting column on setting Year 2 expectations for Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Miami spent a lot of money and resources to boost the roster this year. However, the Dolphins will only go as far as Tannehill takes them.
To further the topic, I took the conversation to Twitter to ask Miami fans what kind of numbers they expected from Tannehill in 2013.
Here were some of the responses:
@JamesWalkerESPN 3,800 yrds 25 tds 10 ints i think thats reasonable and a solid season
— LetsgoPhins! (@rob_fraenza) June 15, 2013
— David A Vienneau (@FlashVNO) June 15, 2013
@JamesWalkerESPN 4000 yards passing with 20 TDs and a 85 overall passer rating
— Hussein Charara (@HCharara17) June 15, 2013
— Takeo Spikes Neck (@DylanDobrasz) June 15, 2013
— Stacy Overby (@vaphinfan13) June 15, 2013
@JamesWalkerESPN 3800 pass yds, 26 tds, 11 ints. 85 QBR. 3 rush TDS, 9-7 wild card berth
— Kevin Lombardo (@klo318) June 15, 2013
Last year Tannehill had more interceptions (13) than touchdowns (12), and turning that around will be one of the biggest keys to his success. With more weapons such as dynamic receiver Mike Wallace and tight end Dustin Keller, Tannehill has a better chance to succeed in 2013.