Miami Dolphins rookie signal caller Ryan Tannehill had the chance to reflect on the Miami Dolphins' comeback 24-21 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday with The Finsiders on Wednesday.
Tannehill was stellar in the game's final drive, taking Miami 65 yards down the field in 92 seconds to set up the winning kick. He finished the game completing 18-of-26 passes for 253 yards and a touchdown en route to ending the Dolphins' three-game losing streak.
"I've come to learn in the past few weeks that almost every game is going to come down to the fourth quarter," Tannehill said. "Everyone's juiced up a little bit more, you kind of have to calm guys down and just say 'Hey, just one play at a time, no need to panic, just go out and take care of your job one play at a time, and we'll go out and get this win.' I think you saw that on Sunday."
Miami ranks 22nd in the NFL in passing offense with 212.4 yards per game through the air. Through 12 games on the season,Tannehill has completed 197-of-334 passes (59.0 percent) for 2,373 yards and seven touchdowns with 12 interceptions.
The Seahawks will visit the Chicago Bears on Dec. 2.