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Tannehill Gets It Done for Dolphins

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So mark it down, then. The Dolphins’ 24-21 home victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday was a redeeming, faith-affirming watershed for Ryan Tannehill and this franchise’s belief in him as the long-term answer at the most important position.

Sunday proved Tannehill is good enough. Now all he has to do is keep being that and proving it and proving it some more because the good ones keep doing that — and if they do it enough, and consistently, the good ones become the great ones.

 

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