2015 Strength of Schedule - MIA
Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.
2014 Game Stats
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Monday, May 18, 2015, 7:50pm
The Miami Dolphins announced Monday they've signed Ryan Tannehill through the 2020 season.
It’s a four-year, $77 million extension on top of the two years and $18.255 million Tannehill had remaining on his rookie deal, a person informed of the contract's details told USA TODAY Sports.
The deal includes $45 million in guarantees, said the person, who was not permitted to speak publicly since the team did not release financial details of the contract.
In his first three seasons, Tannehill finished #24, #16 and finally #9 in quarterback scoring. That’s a nice trend. The Dolphins spent the offseason trying to upgrade his weapons, and ended up with Jordan Cameron at tight end to go along with Kenny Stills, DeVante Parker and Greg Jennings at receiver. Sure, they traded away Mike Wallace, but that trio (and the emerging Jarvis Landry) should be able to offset that loss. If healthy, Cameron should also be an upgrade on the departed Charles Clay. Tannehill has a good coordinator in Bill Lazor and host of weapons to utilize. He looks like a very safe pick in the 9th round.
Posted by Andy Rioux
Thursday, December 25, 2014 - 11:50pm
Week 17 – Jordan Cameron at Baltimore Ravens
Just when it looked like it was time to fully write off Jordan Cameron for 2014, he scores an 81-yard touchdown in Week 16. Certainly, Cameron has not had a dazzling season, but the touchdown reminded everyone of the high-end potential he has if he can stay healthy. Of course, unlike other top tight ends such as Jimmy Graham, Rob Gronkowski, and Julius Thomas, Cameron does not have a talented quarterback to work with. Johnny Manziel and Brian Hoyer were both atrocious at times this year and no one knows what new starter Connor Shaw will bring to the table on Sunday. Proceed cautiously with Cameron, but if you are in a bind, he can be used as your TE1.