Many Miami Dolphins fans are frustrated with Ryan Tannehill their signal caller, but there was a study done recently by ESPN’s KC Joyner who claims that Tannehill does not make as many bad decisions as many would believe.
In fact, ESPN’s KC Joyner told the Miami Herald that Ryan Tannehill made bad decisions on just 0.7 percent of his throws in 2015, ranking in the NFL’s top 10. “If you’re below one percent, that’s elite,” said Joyner, who identifies bad decisions as mental errors leading to a potential turnover.
The good news is Adam Gase is in Miami to help fix the problem. Ironically enough, Chicago’s Jay Cutler went from 1.5 percent in 2014 to 1.0 percent in 2015, his one year under new Dolphins coach Adam Gase, which could be huge for the Dolphins.