Ryan Tannehill Quotes.
Quarterbacks are the leaders of the team, and I want to try to get guys going. That’s a job of a leader. That’s a job of a quarterback.
It’s fun, being able to study the game the entire day.
I can’t say I’ve always been a Miami Heat fan, but ever since I got down to Miami, I’m a fan of many Miami teams.
You can’t go out there and play scared.
Everything in your preparation, in your mind is we’re gonna win this game. You don’t really even think of the other side.
Everyone has a bad day now and then.
Nobody likes to sit on the bench.
I can say you do get some things out of losing a game.
I’ve seen how this thing goes, the waves, the ins and outs of the season.
I believe in myself a whole lot.
Honestly, all I care about is winning.
Every guy is a little different, how you talk to him, how you handle him and hold him accountable, every guy is a little different.
That’s the job of a quarterback, to go out there and be confident with the communication of the play, in the huddle and with my play.
I’m confident in myself as a player.
Guys are going to get dinged and banged up.
The passing game is timing and trust, expecting those guys to be in the right spot at the right time.
I know what I can bring to the table wherever it is.
The competitive spirit never dies.
Obviously, you have to play well to keep your spot.
It’s a tough situation as a defender to be put in. I understand what they’re doing trying to protect quarterbacks. I’ve been on the receiving end of a few of those where you appreciate them trying to take care of you a little bit, but I do see the conflict that it puts a defender in.
I don’t want to be making tackles.
You always get better as the season goes on, as far as conditioning and the flow of the season.
As a competitor, you love that. You love having to go earn a victory.
We desire to win, doing the little things right.
I’m a competitor.
If you play scared, your decision making slows down and that’s when you run into more trouble.
When you get down, your game plan changes a lot and what you’re trying to do is eliminated.
Teams that can run the football, stop the run and take care of the football will win in the playoffs.
Whenever we have penalties and take a 10-yard penalty down the red zone, it gets tough.
You just have to be smart and know where you’re at within the game and find the right time to be aggressive and take a shot. If it’s not the right time, then move on to the next down.
When you’re the starter, there are certain things that you’re able to do as far as leading and stuff like that. So, really having to kind of take a step back in a leadership role I would say is the toughest role for me.
I think I have all of the things you look for in a QB. The drive, the leadership, the intangibles, as well as what you look for in a QB.
That’s the big thing – having the other guys’ respect in the locker room. You can’t come in with no respect and try to own the place.
I have a lot of belief in myself.
I love being on the field.
We just have to move forward and learn from past experiences.
Getting to the playoffs and going to a Super Bowl is the goal.
That’s the nature of the business. If you’re not doing the job good enough then they’re looking to replace you.
You face distractions, you face adversity in life and you have to be able to handle it, you have to be able to fight through it and become a better man and become a better player because of it.
I have a ton of confidence in myself. You have to, to play this position.
I love playing on Sundays.
I’m going to go out and compete every day.
Your personal time with God is huge, your quiet time, your study, prayer, but being around other Christian followers… and the church just feeds you. You come away feeling rejuvenated, you get a great message.
I definitely wanted to be playing the quarterback position.
I want the ball in my hands.
I think the tone that the head coach sets transcends to the team.
You don’t want to be an iron fist all the time; at least I don’t. I like to pick my spots and have a reason for everything that I do.
I want to make it tough on the organization to not play me.
I try to get better each and every day, learn from my mistakes, make good decisions, and put the ball in the right location.
To see my name on the back of an NFL jersey for an organization like the Miami Dolphins, I couldn’t be more excited. It’s the moment of a lifetime.
It’s fun to go out and play and not think about it.
I have to make sure that we’re in the right plays and I can get the ball out quickly and get into our playmakers’ hands.
I love playing football.
Whatever it takes to win, that’s what we’re going to do.