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Ryan Tannehill throws the worst interception of 2016 so far

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The Miami Dolphins' record this season has moved to 1-3 after they were defeated by a scoreline of 22-7 against the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night.

Miami's quarterback Ryan Tannehill started off the game well, throwing a 74-yard touchdown on his first drive of the game to take the lead, but the Dolphins would not progress far enough down the field again to score for the rest of the game.

He finished with 15 completions on 25 attempts for 189 yards, a touchdown, and an interception, with the interception late in the fourth quarter putting emphasis on what was a very poor performance by the 28-year-old. One that he should never have thrown.


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With 5:03 remaining, Miami had a first and ten inside Bengal territory with an opportunity to score for the game to possibly go to the wire and be decided by an onside kick. That was the hope and the aim for them on his drive.

However, on that first play inside the opposition's side of the field, Tannehill threw a pass which was caught by Cincinnati cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris, sealing the Dolphins fate and another loss on the season.

You have to watch the play for yourself, but this could very well be the worst interception thrown in the 2016 season so far, and it's going to be one that is very tough to beat. He basically threw the ball right into Lewis-Harris' hands.

This only puts further emphasis on Tannehill to perform the rest of the season, and it gravitates more support towards those that believe he should no longer be the starting quarterback for the Miami Dolphins.

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