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  1. The records Mariota has set or broken in only three seasons of being QB 2015 through 2017 NFL records Most games with at least 3 touchdown passes by an NFL rookie - 4 (tied with Peyton Manning) Most passing touchdowns by a rookie quarterback in one half: 4 Only player in NFL history to pass for at least 250 yards 3 touchdowns and rush for more than 100 yards in the same game Second rookie in NFL history to throw at least 3 touchdown passes in a season opener First quarterback in NFL history to record 6 total touchdown passes within the first two games of his career Most touchdown passes through the first 3 games of NFL career - 8 (tied with Mark Rypien) First player in the Super Bowl era with a perfect passer rating in first NFL start First player to have both a receiving and passing touchdown in a playoff game First player to throw a touchdown pass to himself in the playoffs Youngest quarterback to reach perfect passer rating: (21 years, 318 days) September 13, 2015 Youngest player to throw for 4 touchdowns in a game: (21 years, 318 days) September 13, 2015 16 games with at least two touchdown passes in his first two NFL seasons (tied with Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson) First rookie to have two games with 4 touchdown passes and no interceptions Led biggest NFL road playoff comeback win ever at Kansas City coming back from 18 down winning 22-21 Longest run of any NFL player for 87 yards and TD for 2015 season Scored 35 points in one half vs Green Bay. Most points scored in a half for 2016 season Led the NFL with four 4th quarter comebacks and five game winning drives 2017 Titans franchise records Most passing touchdowns in a season by a rookie: 19 Most completions in a season by a rookie: 230 Most passing yards in a season by a rookie: 2,818 Most passing attempts in a season by a rookie: 370 Most rushing yards in a game by a quarterback: 112 Longest run by a quarterback: 87 yards Youngest quarterback in franchise history to throw for over 300 yards in a game: (21 years, 332 days) September 27, 2015 First quarterback in franchise history to catch a touchdown reception. 2015 at N.Y. Jets First player to throw a touchdown pass to himself 2017 playoffs at Kansas City Highest season completion percentage by a rookie (62.2)
  2. Right on, I knew from the very first game that Mariota was gonna be more than an average QB when he not only got a perfect passer rating but threw four TD's in the first half alone in his first regular season game. No QB had ever done anything like that in NFL history especially in their debut except Mariota. In his first year he already started to demonstrate his comeback ability by coming from behind to win in OT at New Orleans as well as making NFL history again becoming the first QB ever with 250+ pass yds, 100+ rush yds & 3 TD passes in a comeback win against Jax. Also in the same game he runs a TD 87 yards which would be the longest run by a player that year. He finished the season with with three or more touchdowns in four games tying Peyton Manning for most ever by a rookie QB. Completing his first season getting a perfect passer rating his very first game,Getting the longest run of the year,Tying Peyton Manning's rookie QB records for multi TD games and being compared with Walter Payton passing,running and catching TD's is very impressive to me. His second year in my opinion was the best out of his first three years. His helping the team make a six game improvement in one year from 3 victories to a 9 victory winning season which included wins against several teams that made the playoffs including Denver,Houston,Miami,Kansas City,Green Bay,Detroit. Two of those were comebacks at Detroit with a TD pass in the final seconds and a drive at K.C. where Mariota led the offense down the field and got a last second FG to win. One of the most impressive games in his 2016 season in my opinion was at home in week ten vs Green Bay and Aaron Rodgers. Mariota and the offense destroyed the Packers after the first quarter the Titans were up 21-0 and had scored 35 points by halftime the most by a team all year. The 47 points the Titans scored were most given up by Packers in two decades. By this point Mariota had already had six games with 4 TD passes the most ever by a QB at that early stage of a career. It was also impressive that Mariota finished the season having nine games with a 100 passer rating/multiple TD’s only Dan Marino,Russell Wilson and Kurt Warner had more in their first 2 seasons great company to be compared to. Having an offense that finished first in the red zone in 2016 the team should've done even better in 2017 especially after drafting two new receivers and a tight end as well as well as bringing in free agents at WR as well. It didn't happen and the offense and Mariota took a big step back and that is Mularkey and Robiskie's fault. The archaic predictable offense made it tough to not only score points but win but in spite of that Mariota pulled through. In my opinion Mariota saved Mularkey's ass in several games having to come from behind because of the stagnant play calling. Altogether Mariota had five separate games where he had winning drives and a win in the final week delivered the team to the postseason. I was very impressed with Mariota leading the greatest road comeback in playoff history winning by one point at Kansas City. The offense looked really good in the second half at Kansas City as well as the 95 yard TD drive at New England the next week then it seemed that afterwards the offense reverted backwards again. After the game Mariota didn't mince words saying he was embarrassed and that they didn't have a complete game on offense all year. I'm sure after seeing how unhappy Mariota was and listening to Mularkey bitch about his family and tell the press how good Robiskie's play calling was that Robinson finally had enough and canned Mularkey which was great because many fans including myself were worried that Mularkey would be back in '18 running the same shitshow.....NOT Mularkey has been offered the OC job by the worst team in the NFL the 0-16 Browns and the thing is they deserve each other its the perfect place for his archaic outdated offense and guess what Kizer will not save his ass five or six times a year like Mariota does. Also they don't have the stout line,run game,pass catching talent we do. I'm sure Mularkey will love Kenny Britt,lol. The good thing is Mariota will get better coaching and the team will get stronger with another draft/free agency and be able to compete with all teams in the improved AFC South division. After only three years we've seen Mariota do plenty of impressive things and set as well as break numerous records. I have complete confidence in his ability to lead this team well into the future.
  3. I hope whoever we get will make it a point to put Mariota in an offense that will take advantage of his skill set and feature things that he does best. We just got rid of one guy for trying to fit a square peg in a round hole so hopefully the next man up coaches to Mariota's strengths.
  4. One more thing @BergerKing Mariota had this team one game from playing for a Super Bowl berth. Mularkey/Robiskie the ones who caused him to regress this season are gone. The new coaches will be given a mandate to help Mariota get better so we definitely won't be seeing any more of the scheme play calling that we had to endure it is history. Can't wait for 2018!! Before he was let go we were all dreading next season but now the sky is the limit.
  5. We must be watching with different eyes. I thought overall he did well enough i gave him a solid B grade.... Why? Well a few reasons. One is every year he has led the team to a better record than the year before. Two is he has put the team on his back more and more as time has passed and this year led the team almost a half dozen times overcoming deficits to win games more than any other QB in the NFL. Three in a short period of time he has led the team from one of the worst at the beginning of his career to being one of the best. I can't wait to see what real coaches can do with him.
  6. If you were grading Mariota's first three years as a whole altogether what type of grade would you give him for what he has done so far??? Ironically even as Mariota struggled in 2017 he managed to achieve some major accomplishments and as we look forward to 2018 there is plenty to build off of including going to the playoffs,getting a playoff win and Mariota led the NFL with four 4th quarter comebacks and five game winning drives the most of any NFL QB in 2017. In his three year career he has eight 4th quarter comebacks and nine game winning drives. He also has led the Titans to a better record every year in each of his first three seasons. In 2015 Mariota was 230 of 370 ,a 62% completion rate, 2818 yards, 19TD and 10INT, 91.5 pass rating. 34 runs,252 yds, 2 TD's Mariota's very first game gained a perfect passer rating of 158.3, making him the first quarterback in NFL history to attain a perfect passer rating in his first regular season game. Mariota became the first quarterback in NFL history to throw four touchdown passes in the first half of his NFL debut. He is also the youngest quarterback to reach the perfect passer rating in his first game as well. Awarded AFC Player of the Week honors for Week One and Week Nine For 2015 Season Mariota holds an NFL record for touchdown passes in his first three games with eight. First quarterback in NFL history to record 6 total touchdown passes within the first two games of his career Became the first rookie quarterback in NFL history to have two games with four touchdowns and no interceptions in his first fourth-quarter/overtime comeback in a 34–28 overtime win over the New Orleans Saints, a game in which Mariota threw for a career-high 371 yards and four touchdowns. First player NFL history with 250+ pass yds, 100+ rush yds & 3 TD passes in a game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, he went 20-of-29, throwing for 268 yards with three touchdowns. He also ran for 112 yards on the day, including an 87-yard run for a touchdown one of the longest in NFL history for a QB. Mariota's 87 yard run for TD against Jax in Week 13 was the longest run by any player for the 2015 season. Was ranked in the top ten for Yards/Pass Attempts, Yards/Pass Completed for 2015 season Became the first NFL player since Walter Payton in the 1983 season to pass for a touchdown, rush for a touchdown and catch a touchdown pass of at least 40 yards. At the N.Y. Jets caught a 41-yard passing touchdown in the wildcat formation. Mariota became the first quarterback in franchise history to catch a touchdown reception. Four games with three or more touchdowns tied Peyton Manning (1998) as the most ever by a rookie QB. In 2016 Mariota was 276 of 451 ,a 61% completion rate, 3426 yards, 26TD and 9INT, 95.6 pass rating. 60 runs,349 yds, 2 TD's Named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for November 2016 after passing for 1,124 yards with 11 touchdowns and just two interceptions. Also was AFC Player of the Week for Week Ten For 2016 Season Led the Titans to number one ranking in red zone for 2016 season Was ranked in the top ten for passer rating, passing TD, passing TD %, Yds/Pass Attempts, Yds/Pass Completed for 2016 season Led Titans to 35 points in one half against Green Bay the most scored in one half in 2016 and to 47 total points the most scored against Green Bay in over two decades. Had 16 games with at least two touchdown passes in his first two NFL seasons (tied with Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson) Has 9 games with 100 passer rating/multiple TD’s only Dan Marino,Russell Wilson and Kurt Warner had more in their first 2 seasons at QB. As of November 24,2016 Thanksgiving Day, Mariota is the first QB in modern NFL history with six four-TD performances in his first 22 career games. No other QB had more to start a career. In 2017 Mariota was 281 of 453 ,a 62% completion rate, 3232 yards, 13TD and 15INT, 79.3 pass rating. 60 runs,312 yds, 5 TD's Was voted #50 in the NFL Top 100 Players Of 2017 Led Titans to a 7-1 record in games decided by 3 points or less last two seasons. The .875 winning % in games decided by 3 or fewer points during that stretch is tied with Steelers for the best in the league. Led the NFL with four 4th quarter comebacks and five game winning drives the most of any NFL QB in 2017 In his three year career he has eight 4th quarter comebacks and nine game winning drives. Mariota also has led the Titans to a better record every year in each of his first three seasons. Marcus Mariota is 1 of 5 QBs in NFL history with 9,000-plus pass yards (9,476) and 900-plus rush yards (913) in first three seasons. During a wild card playoff game at Kansas City, Mariota became the first QB in NFL playoff history to catch his own pass for a touchdown after it was batted back to him by a defender. First player to have both a receiving and passing touchdown in a playoff game. Led biggest NFL road playoff comeback win ever at Kansas City coming back from 18 down winning 22-21 Led a 95-yard TD drive at Patriots. That's the longest scoring drive against Patriots in the postseason since Panthers had a 95-yard TD drive in Super Bowl XXXVIII. Has 40TD and 0INT in red zone in his career. Mariota career totals= 787 of 1274 ,a 61.8% completion rate, 9476 yards, 58TD and 34INT, 88.6 pass rating. 154 runs, 913 yds, 9 TD's Stats don't tell the full complete story and that goes for any QB and Marcus Mariota is definitely no exception in that regard. Although the offense took a big nosedive in 2017 he still managed to lead the NFL in 4th quarter comebacks and game winning drives. This shows he is capable at anytime of coming from behind and leading his team to victory. Also each year he was able to lead his team to a better record than the one they had the year before. Last but not least in only three years he took his team from the worst record in the NFL to being one game away from the AFC Championship and two games from the Super Bowl. We are at the brink of something great and time will tell.......
  7. Thanks to Mularkey et al

    With the Texans coming back with Watson,Indy potentially with Luck and the Jags looking like the 2015 Denver team once they sign someone better at QB our division will be the toughest in the NFL. The offense Mularkey ran was so predictable that if he came out in '18 running the same thing again we'd get creamed nearly every week. Before the announcement of a coaching change quite a few folks envisioned us falling back in the standings and i figured we'd be a 5-11 or 6-10 team with a broken offense. If we all saw it coming then of course the organization knew it too and thankfully Robinson stepped in and resolved the issue so now we have a much better shot at making noise and competing in 2018.
  8. The Browns want Mularkey as OC

    This guy in Cleveland is a nut. He really believes that Mularkey is great and Mariota is a certified bust.
  9. The Browns want Mularkey as OC

    Robinson to Mularkey: 'Get your bitch ass out of here your services are no longer wanted' 'Oh and Cleveland has a nice cold bed waiting for ya and if you hurry you might be in line to replace Hue.' 'But for now you might have to settle for the OC job only bad thing is they don't have a QB like Mariota to come from behind five times in one year to save you from losing like the loser you truly are.'
  10. The Browns want Mularkey as OC

    Its someone from Canada......CTF??? LMFAO,I hope these sonsofabitches hire this cocksucker so they can see just how good he really is. Mariota had to overcome a lot of bullshit to get us where we are now and the bad news for Browns fans is they dont have a good QB like we do. Mularkey lost my respect during the season consistently calling players out in the press instead of being a man and taking the blame like a real coach would do. Then he bitches to the press about his family. Lastly with a straight face he told reporters that Robiskie did a great job this season. Thank god that JRob took care of business and kicked Mularkey's ass to the curb. Mularkey's whiny bitch ass will be right at home in Cleveland. Maybe Robitchie can join you up there in the mistake by the lake.
  11. One thing i am very happy this team did this season is make the postseason because had we missed the postseason we would've been right next to Cleveland as the team with the longest postseason drought that would've made us look terrible. Before the playoffs started the teams with the longest postseason drought were......Buffalo '99,Cleveland '02,L.A. Rams '04,Jacksonville '07,Tampa '07 and Tennessee '08. Well Buffalo,L.A. Rams,Jacksonville and Tennessee all made the postseason so a lot of bad history got wiped out. Now the teams with the longest postseason drought are Cleveland 2002,Tampa 2007,N.Y. Jets 2010,Chicago 2010.
  12. Also for the very first time it seems like this organization wasn't content to be happy with what had been achieved and strived for more. This was shocking as i think most here thought like i did that they would be happy we won a playoff game and decide to keep Mularkey around due to that. Mularkey was delusional he actually thought his OC did a good job so we would've been stuck not only with the OC but it looked like he told Murray he'd be back as well. Thank goodness Amy came to her senses. In my opinion besides ownership the three most important positions in a football franchise are....1. QB, 2. GM, 3.HC The QB is the leader of the team on the field and the better your QB is the farther you go in the standings. The leader off the field is the GM he puts the team together and the better your GM is at picking players the better your team is. As far as HC he is responsible for setting the tone,getting the team ready and the X's and O's. The two people i am impressed with mostly are Mariota and Robinson. Both joined forces in 2016. Both come from winning backgrounds Mariota was 36-4 at Oregon and Robinson was at 135-41 in a decade at New England so they were came from winning backgrounds and were used to winning. Well in two years together they have two winning seasons and already have a winning a playoff game on their resume. I'm not discounting what Mularkey did at all BUT the biggest part of all was Robinson getting all the collective talent together the last couple seasons and wheeling and dealing to bring in the best players possible. More talent was brought in and that along with Mariota gaining experience helped the team win games. Heading into 2018 Mariota and Robinson have two straight winning seasons together. Robinson will look for a new head coach and hopefully this HC will utilize Mariota correctly and the offense can improve.
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