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  1. 10 minutes ago, Titans279 said:

    I bet if he had watched Tannehill for years we’d be more familiar with his flaws.

    He’s not been great which is why we were able to get him for a 4th round pick. 

    A lot of people probably don’t want to think about it but we will be entering another rebuild period because we don’t have a quarterback. 


    Won’t be rebuilding per se-  will have a stacked roster with a QB on a rookie deal. 

  2. 11 hours ago, Jonboy said:

    I’ve already seen a few twitter threads popping up saying “he wasn’t as bad as I originally thought” and “wrs just weren’t getting open.” 


    Ugh. Make it stop. 


    Lol, same. So frustrating. It’s like people trying to assuage themselves and give themselves hope hah. 

  3. 2 hours ago, Starkiller said:


    His handling of the question was to avoid the question. Instead he said black people need help from social workers to properly raise their kids and they need to buy record players...


    Exactly. The fallout over his record player comment is nothing compared to what the general election fallout would be of supporting such an extremely unpopular policy as reparations.



    "Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a 12-point lead over Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), his closest contender, in the Democratic presidential primary, according to a new poll released Monday. 


    Biden received 32 percent of the vote among Democratic primary voters surveyed, leading the shrinking Democratic field, according to a Morning Consult poll. 

    Sanders finished second in the poll with 20 percent.


    Warren is a close third at 18 percent. The poll falls in line with most others released in the last few weeks showing those three as the clear front-runners in the bid to take on President Trump. 


    The three top candidates are the only Democrats in the field that polled in double digits."



    "Biden’s lead over Sanders widens to 13 points, with Biden at 34 percent and Sanders at 21 percent, among voters in the early states of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada. "

  5. 4 minutes ago, oldschool said:


    okay so we all bitch when the team runs on 1st down or runs on 2nd and 10. When they don't do either on a crucial drive somehow thats points to the OC fucking up? Can't have it both ways. 


    Well I'm not one of the guys that bitches about running on first down or 2nd and 10 - I'm all about running the football on early downs. 


    But point being - I just think in such a crucial situation in a 4 minute type drive with a worn down defense, right after a drive where Henry had success early in the drive, that they should have put the ball in his hands instead of Mariota's hands. 


    Ultimately the issue is the QB - not coaching. 

  6. 1 minute ago, oldschool said:


    The last drive where they only had 1 minute to get into FG range? come on dude. you can't fault the OC for not calling a run to Henry in that situation. The fact is the OC didn't have much of chance to get Henry the ball in the 4th.


    So this is the drive I'm thinking of: 2nd to last drive, sorry - 





    Then - the drive before this - they pulled Henry for Lewis after he was running successfully, which was not smart imo


  7. 21 minutes ago, oldschool said:

    aside from the final drive when did they have Mariota throw it 3 times and go 3 and out? On the 2nd to last drive they threw it on 1st down and then called a run to Lewis on 2nd down.


    It may have been the last drive that I'm thinking of, but regardless - they should have been running Henry over Lewis in the 4th quarter imo