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  1. Number9

    Beddingfield: Davis’s ceiling is a good #2

    2017 Matthews 53 receptions 795 yards 15.2 pc 4 tds Mariota 2017 3232 yards 15 tds 2018 Davis 30 395 12.2 1 Mariota 1030 yards 3 tds After seven games. It is what it is.
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    Beddingfield: Davis’s ceiling is a good #2

    This is exactly why I am willing to call it like it is. People are willing to trash players on the team with insufficient evidence. Then they get bent out when you mention the obvious. Let's see how many people post Mr Wiffle's study of every throw in Davis' direction-catchable or uncatchable. Then how many times was Davis NFL open.
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    Beddingfield: Davis’s ceiling is a good #2

    Last night, Atlanta let Eli march down the field in 1:30 to score, turning Atlanta -4.5 to a losing bet.
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    Beddingfield: Davis’s ceiling is a good #2

    We have suffered this for ages. When I saw the head official Sunday, I knew we were in trouble. It's amazing how much worse the officiating is this year. Dallas LS has been in the league 14 years and sets up the same way for snaps every time. The officials wait until his most crucial snap of the day to call a penalty on his setup. He had more than once snapped the ball the same way earlier in the game, but the game wasn't on the line then. It doesn't matter to me that Dallas lost, but each game is too important for that kind of bs.
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    Beddingfield: Davis’s ceiling is a good #2

    That doesn't even make sense for him to say. The Titans passing attack is/has been so weak you can't even evaluate Davis.
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    Pick'Em League

    I missed a week. I am doing badly with my picks. You would think even if I was terrible I would luck up and get a bunch right. My plan is to still play every week, even if I come in last.
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    19-20 Titans are one short.

    There’s a different view from every set of eyes. I see a first time young head coach who looks like and has shown evidence he has his shit together. Everybody sees the game is changing and we have a couple of young guys who get it. We shall see.
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    MNF Giants vs Falcons

    That last td was just ridiculous. Eli ain't scored in 1:30 minutes since he was in HS.
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    MNF Giants vs Falcons

    F*ck you. LOL!!
  10. Number9

    MNF Giants vs Falcons

    Well, all the money was on Atlanta.
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    MNF Giants vs Falcons

    The spread is Atlanta -4.5.
  12. Chucky Gruden is real smart. He's getting rid of all the Raiders best players to set you his excuses, "can't win without talent." Next year, "can't win with rookies." Year three, "we gave Carr every chance possible." Year four, "rookie QB." Fans start to wonder what's he going to say next. Year five, "2-Y-banana bitches."
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    19-20 Titans are one short.

    I look at the SD loss as a building block. A building block for the team and a building block for fans to see the coaching ability of Vrabel. For me, I see a very competent coaching staff getting better results than the Titans talent. They come out and play games that fit the opponent, instead of this is what we do every week. You can play the same way every week if you are KC. The Titans have no dominant identity, so they have to adjust. Houston, Jax, Philly, Buffalo, each approach has been different. Maybe not always successful, but each game the team was ready to compete. Another thing I like is every week, they have a play with a receiver running wide open for a huge play. As time goes on, there are going to be more of these plays every week. They just don't have the talent yet to doo all the things they know how to do. Maybe COY was a little premature, but the season is still young.
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    19-20 Titans are one short.

    True no team can afford to lose starters, but I think we started in pretty good shape. Lewis is the second replacement for Cyprein. When you get down that far, it's over. The receivers were thin too and losing two of them maybe was more than we could expect to over come. The players I am talking about though are elite game changers. These are the players that win games. I thought Corey Davis high pointing the ball would have been the focus of the two-point try. He's your playmaker. Give him a 50-50 ball. The worse that can happen is they send half the defense to cover him leaving open targets. We have to get elite at some position. Just on the 2017 Steelers offense they had Ben, Antonio and Le'Veon. They didn't win the SB, but teams with players like that are always in the hunt.
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    19-20 Titans are one short.

    I agree mostly, but I mean elite players. The OL can be better for sure. We need improvement at TE. What can really change a lot of games though is a receiver like Hopkins. He hurts teams even when he doesn't get thrown the ball because they have to be concerned about him. Dallas has Elliot who makes their receivers better, where as Julio makes it better for the Falcons RBs. Aaron Donald is making life easier for an entire defense. Look at what Tom Brady has done for a whole team. If the Patriots play a high scoring offense, they tell Tom to put more points on the scoreboard.
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