After a glowing offseason, many NFL insiders pegged Ryan Tannehill as a potential breakout candidate at the quarterback position this season. Thus far he — along with the rest of his team — has disappointed, competing 57 percent of his passes with seven touchdowns and five interceptions through four games.

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“Just a little bit inconsistent and that can happen too,” NBC analyst Tony Dungy said on the Joe Rose Show. “Peyton Manning is going through a little bit of that with a new system and new receivers. You add guys who are good players, guys like Greg Jennings who come in and run the routes a little bit differently than you’re used to and putting that together takes a little time. I expect them to play better in November and December than they did in September and October and you hope that that’s just it, that adjustment period of getting everybody going.”

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