|2013 Regular Season|
Tannehill has completed 72.5 percent of his passes for 963 yards with nine touchdowns and two interceptions in his last four games.
He should be able to go Sunday at Denver.
Over a 4-1 stretch, Tannehill now has nine TDs and two INTs to go along with a 104.1 rating.
He also rushed for 47 yards. It was the best day of Tannehill's season. Ten Miami receivers caught passes, and Tannehill avoided an interception for only the third time this year.
After getting fantasy owners' hopes up with three straight two-touchdown efforts, Tannehill failed to take advantage of a seemingly solid matchup with the Jaguars. He's still considered a second-tier fantasy QB.
He also rushed six times for 48 yards, and continues to prove he can be a multi-threat quarterback.
Tannehill, who has started every game since being drafted by Miami in 2012, was limited Wednesday, but participated fully in practice Thursday.
Tannehill is one of the more consistent passers in the league. Unfortunately, that consistency is simply average. Through five games, Tannehill has eight touchdowns, five interceptions and has yet to throw for more than 300 yards.
It was an impressive showing for Tannehill, who failed to impress over the first three weeks. While he may never put up eye-popping numbers, he remains a very safe play in two-quarterback leagues.
Coach Joe Philbin has been noncommittal all week on who will start against the Raiders. And although he again declined to say the name "Tannehill" on Friday, he indicated he would not switch to backup Matt Moore this weekend by mentioning the team's depth chart. There could be a major rift brewing here, though Tannehill has been bad for fantasy owners.