"Everyone has a bad day now and then," Tannehill said. "Obviously you don't want it to happen consistently. You have to go in and make corrections and move forward."
Tannehill was our No. 1 "Making the Leap" candidate, and we're not backing away after one down preseason game and an off practice session. Gregg Rosenthal was in Canton, Ohio, on Sunday and correctly pointed out that it was "impossible to evaluate" Tannehill because of the shoddy protection from his line, especially starting left tackle Jonathan Martin.
Mike Sherman acknowledged his quarterback "still needs to have better ball location," but the Dolphins offensive coordinator came away from the Cowboys tilt with a sunnier view, saying: "(Tannehill's) a second-year player. The checks he made were phenomenal. ... I thought mentally he was very, very sharp."
It's August, and far too early to make judgments about a young signal-caller. Let's keep our wits about us, shall we?