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  1. I really like what the Broncos are doing and i think going forward they will be second in the AFC West. Good signing on defense BUT the main thing they did that i wish we would do is get multiple RB to shoulder the load. We would be even more dominant if we had a really good number 2 back that could drive the ball down the field when Henry is taking a breather. The worst thing we could do is ignore getting a good second RB. If Henry gets hurt we are fucked. We need to get another RB its important.
  2. Same here. I'd take Fitzpatrick as a backup in a heartbeat. Before some person said he has already played for Tennessee there are players that go back for a second stint on teams. Fitz isnt near as bad as some make him out to be. Also what most folks dont understand he did well despite being on stuck on Buffalo and Tennessee teams that were not good at the time averaging six wins a season between '09 and '13. He had 8 game winning drives and 7 fourth quarter comebacks along with over 15,000 yards and 93TD's during '09-'13. From '14 thru '19 he threw for over 16,000 yards and 104 TD's along with 8 game winning drives and 5 fourth quarter comebacks he actually played on winning teams with the Jets and Texans but fell short of the playoffs both times and then set career records in 2018 playing with some good talent in Tampa Overall Fitzpatrick has been an NFL Player of the Week on eight seperate occassions. 17 game-winning drives and 12 fourth quarter comebacks along with throwing for nearly 33,000 yards and 210 TD's completing 60% of passes. He has set several NFL Records like throwing for 400 yards or more in three straight games, Had 4 TD passes of at least 50 yards or more in his first two games of the '18 season, Had 2 straight games with 400 yards passing and 4 TD passes. Threw a 98 yard TD pass to Terrell Owens while with Bills. Threw 6 TD passes in one game while with Texans. Had 31 TD passes in one season breaking the Jets record. NFL Records First QB in NFL history to throw 400 yards or more in three straight games Most touchdown passes of at least 50 yards through a team's first 2 games – 4 Most consecutive games of 400 yards passing and 4 touchdowns to begin a season – 2 Most consecutive games of 400 yards passing – 3 Bills franchise records Longest touchdown pass by a Bills player: 98 yards (against Jacksonville Jaguars on November 22, 2009) Texans franchise records Most passing touchdowns in a single game: 6 (against Tennessee Titans on November 30, 2014) Jets franchise records Most passing touchdowns in a single season: 31 (2015) Buccaneers franchise records Only QB with consecutive weeks of 400 yards passing: Weeks 1–3, 2018 Only QB to pass for 400 yards multiple times in a season: 4 (2018) Most consecutive weeks of having a passer rating of at least 140.0 in a season: 2 (2018) Most touchdown passes in the first three weeks of a season: 11 (2018) Most games with at least 4 touchdown passes in a season: 3 (2018)
  3. Yep i'm feeling like that as well. Waited patiently for weeks and then this crazy shit happens.
  4. Brown was a good RB when he wasn't hurt or dealing with injuries. He even lead the NFL in rushing the first couple months of either '04 or '05.
  5. Delanie Walker Receptions:504 Receiving yards:5,888 Total touchdowns:37 3× Pro Bowl (2015–2017)
  6. LOL How familiar are you with how the business side of football works? Mariota is done here. He is history in Tennessee. His contract expired and the Titans are moving on.
  7. From Week 4 through Week 13 last season Brady's passer rating was a dismal 80.3 and he ranked 30th in completion percentage, 30th in yards per attempt, 29th in passer rating and 24th in Total QBR. His rate stats since Week 4 were roughly in line with those of Mitchell Trubisky of the Bears and we know how bad he is. Also Brady was second after Trubisky in highest rate of off target throws at 21. 3 the year before in 2018. In 2019 Brady completed only 60.8% of his passes (the third-worst completion percentage of his career) and throwing for only 6.6 yards per pass attempt (worst since 2002). His percentage of TD's thrown while attempting passes was a career worst 3.9% and his 10.9 yards gained per completion was his worst since 2009 and his first two years in the league. His longest pass was 59 yards his lowest since 2004. I don't know about any of you guys but i hope like hell we resign Tannehill AND that Brady stays either in N.E. or goes somewhere else. Looking at all the statistics and how he has done the last couple years he is headed for a crash landing and i sure as hell would rather see that happen from afar instead of here......
  8. Here is my blog on the Titans feel free to read away there is plenty there,lol. https://titanfan8.tumblr.com/
  9. From Week 4 through Week 13 last season Brady's passer rating was a dismal 80.3 and he ranked 30th in completion percentage, 30th in yards per attempt, 29th in passer rating and 24th in Total QBR. His rate stats since Week 4 were roughly in line with those of Mitchell Trubisky of the Bears and we know how bad he is. Also Brady was second after Trubisky in highest rate of off target throws at 21. 3 the year before in 2018. In 2019 Brady completed only 60.8% of his passes (the third-worst completion percentage of his career) and throwing for only 6.6 yards per pass attempt (worst since 2002). His percentage of TD's thrown while attempting passes was a career worst 3.9% and his 10.9 yards gained per completion was his worst since 2009 and his first two years in the league. His longest pass was 59 yards his lowest since 2004. The last three years Brady's QB rating has dropped and gotten worse each season. From 102.8 in 2017, 97.7 in 2018 and an 88.0 passer rating in 2019 last season. One last thing to think about is that when the NFL postseason begins next January Brady will be 44 years of age. When you look at Tannehill's passer rating,completion percentage,yards per completion,etc. last season his were much better than Brady's and even factoring in regression Tannehill's stats will still look pretty good going forward. Looking at Ryan Tannehill's time in Miami he did pretty well when you consider his offensive line was ranked as one of the worst in the league the entire time he played there not to mention a defense that was ranked 20th or worst in points allowed so he was having to overcome a bad line and a defense that regularly gave up to many points or blew leads. Despite all that Tannehill became the fourth quarterback in NFL history to throw for over 3,000 yards in each of his first four seasons in the league in 2015. That included over 4,000 yards in 2014 and 2015 and was a few yards shy of 4,000 in 2013. After his first two seasons his passer rating was around 93 each season and his 93.5 ranked 12th of all QB's in 2016 the year he led Miami to the postseason. Tannehill's completion percentage was also pretty good and was in the high sixties in 2014,2016 and 2018 and was 67.1 in 2016 his playoff year which ranked 7th that season. One of the most interesting stats is that in five of Tannehill's seasons in Miami he was ranked in the top 10 in fourth quarter comebacks. Altogether he had 15 fourth quarter comebacks in Miami. In comparison Nick Foles drafted the same year as Tannehill only had 8 fourth quarter comebacks and Kirk Cousins who was also drafted the same year had 9 fourth quarter comebacks. Counting his year in Tennessee Tannehill has quite a bit more than Foles and Cousins with 17 fourth quarter comebacks. Russell Wilson drafted the same year as Tannehill had 21 fourth quarter comebacks during the same span but also remember that Tannehill was out one whole season in 2017 or it might be closer. Tannehill did much better when he got to Tennessee he had a better offensive line,better weapons and a defense that didn't give up too many points or blow leads. Sure Tannehill will regress some but even with some regressing he should still be a solid QB. There is a long time friendship between head coach Mike Vrabel,qb Tom Brady and i guess we will throw in GM Jon Robinson but all i'm hoping is these guys don't drop what could be a very solid QB for possibly the next half decade just to chase what they think could be a Lombardi trophy with a HOF QB that is already declining and on the way out. Tannehill fits our offense to a T and there are certain aspects to our offense that he runs that a statue like Brady won't be able to run. There are times where Tannehill uses his legs to gain more yardage or extend a play such as the 91 yard throw to AJ Brown where he scrambled around near the back end zone and threw a perfect pass. Had that been Brady we might've been looking at a safety or loss of yardage. Tannehill is also 11 years younger than Brady and led the league in multiple catgories this season, finishing out with the best passer rating (117.5),yards per attempt (9.6), adjusted yards gained per pass attempt (10.2), yards per completion (13.6) along with the second best passer rating in 2019. Meanwhile Brady is steadily declining in a lot of the same categories. Let's hope when free agency rolls around that Robinson makes the right decision........
  10. The Titans will come out of it looking like absolute fools if they sign Brady because he is due for a fall off and it could very well happen here. Even with a top 5 defense Brady couldn't get the Patriots past the wild card round of the playoffs last year. The safest and best thing to do is sign Tannehill he might regress a little but he will still be pretty good with weapons like Derrick Henry and AJ Brown. IF Tannehill would've started week one last year he was on pace for 4,500 yards and next season with a full schedule he should most likely hit around 4,000 yards passing for the fourth time in his career.

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