He's cracked 300 passing yards in consecutive games and hasn't had a multi-interception game since Oct. 27. He's still not a stellar fantasy option now that bye weeks have passed.
Though Tannehill rushed for a team-high 36 yards, he's been limited to a one TD in each of the last two contests.
The win moved the Dolphins to 5-5 and back into the thick of the AFC wild card race.
Tannehill has thrown five TDs in the last two weeks but four interceptions during that span. He's also failed throw for at least 200 yards in those contests. He's also been sacked 32 times this season.
Tannehill has been hampered by a sore right shoulder, but he participated fully in practice Friday.
Tannehill has been sacked 26 times to lead the NFL but hasn't missed a snap this season. His injury wasn't disclosed until the Dolphins issued a practice report Wednesday. Miami (3-3) plays at New England (5-2) on Sunday. Tannehill was also listed with a sore right shoulder during the week leading up to the Dolphins' third game this season.
He was sacked six times and has now been sacked a league-high 24 times this year. He bounced back from a three-interception week by making it through the game without turning the ball over.
The Dolphins - and Tannehill - were given a prime opportunity to shine and fell flat on their faces. The second-year quarterback carried a 94.3 rating on the season into Monday, where he recorded a 57.9 rating. He was also sacked four times, running his season total to 19 sacks in four games.
The last-minute comeback victory was the first for Miami's second-year QB. He shook off two turnovers and five sacks, and was at his best at the end of each half.
No. 1 wide receiver Mike Wallace is also playing after being listed as questionable with a groin injury late in the week, so Tannehill won't be without a main option in the passing attack.