The Miami Dolphins future lies with Ryan Tannehill and his success as the quarterback of the franchise. Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman, who also coached Tannehill at Texas A&M, thinks Tannehill will be the most improved quarterback in the league from year one to year two.
RG3, Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson performed so well it’d be hard to see them improving much.
But Sherman isn’t the only one in Tannehill’s corner. Wide receiver Brian Hartline is saying he is noticing an improvement as well.
“He’s making every throw, his deep ball looks awesome, and he’s got great touch — you don’t feel like it’s a rocket coming into your hands,” Hartline said, via the Palm Beach Post. “His improvement has been amazing.”
But Harline says it’s not surprising because he has witnessed firsthand the work Tannehill puts in.
“Actually I wouldn’t say amazing because I’ve seen it week in and week out and how much work he’s put in. It hasn’t come out of nowhere. It’s not surprising.”