Fox’s Jimmy Johnson has seen enough of Adam Gase and Ryan Tannehill to have a strong conviction. “To take them down the field for that winning drive, he has shown he’s a franchise quarterback,” the Fox analyst and former Dolphins coach said of Tannehill.
Fox’s Jimmy Johnson has seen enough of Adam Gase and Ryan Tannehill to have a strong conviction. “To take them down the field for that winning drive, he has shown he’s a franchise quarterback,” the Fox analyst and former Dolphins coach said of Tannehill. Mark J. Terrill AP
Fox’s Jimmy Johnson has seen enough of Adam Gase and Ryan Tannehill to have a strong conviction. “To take them down the field for that winning drive, he has shown he’s a franchise quarterback,” the Fox analyst and former Dolphins coach said of Tannehill. Mark J. Terrill AP
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Fox’s Jimmy Johnson has conviction on Tannehill, Gase

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