Ryan Tannehill has now had two full seasons as the quarterback of the Miami Dolphins. During that span he has accomplished some good things and some bad. Tannehill has proven to be one of the toughest quarterbacks in the league during his time with the Dolphins. He has been sacked 93 times over the last two seasons.
Tannehill will enter his third season with the Dolphins surrounded by uncertainty. His offensive line is in shambles, his running game virtually non-existent and some major free agents on the defensive side of the ball need to be re-signed.
Tannehill will have to overcome and adapt to any changes that may be made during the offseason. For Miami to become a contender once again, Tannehill will have to improve his decision making and accuracy.
There is no way of knowing what next season will hold for Tannehill and the Dolphins. What we do know is what the last two seasons have been. The following slides will break down Tannehill's performance from all 32 games over the last two seasons. Things weren't always pretty, but the leap he made from his rookie year to this past season was astronomical.
With any luck, 2014 will bring another leap in performance. But for now I give you Tannehill's game-to-game performances thus far.