A Fresh Perspective - Written by Luis Sung | Twitter: @FLSportDebater
Oftentimes, people will hear negativity during training camp practices and take it as a sign that things are going very badly, but that's only one way to look at things. What so many people always seem to forget is that since the team is literally playing against each other, if the offense is struggling, it isn't necessarily a bad thing and the same goes for the defense. There's always a view that's half full and half empty.
In Tuesday's practice session, Ryan Tannehill was picked off three times, twice by Cortland Finnegan and once by Brent Grimes. In the practice on Monday, he also threw three interceptions, which prompted the media to start being "concerned" for Tannehill's ability to play in this offense. What's worse is that some fans seem to be convinced by this sort of talk.
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