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  1. It's hard to believe but the Titans have won 5 of the last 6 games they've played going by the narrative. This team is the most underrated and incorrectly analyzed Titans team I've ever seen. The overall misconception of how good the Titans are(even on this board and by Titan fans) is pretty epic and I think there are a few reasons. Coming into the season the Colts were deemed "the team" and when they started poorly the AFC South was labeled trash. The Titans were blown off the field in the opener vs the Cards and then they lost to the Jets. The defense was pitiful last season and
  2. Both guys are signed through 2022 but I wouldn't want either guy entering into their final year of their contracts. More importantly both guys are among the best GMs and HCs imo. Lock them up long term
  3. Here is what the Titans offense is all about. The 56 yard TD to A.J. Brown is what the Titans offense has been based around all the way back to Mularkey up until now. The entire premise is to get explosive pass plays off of run action/formations. The Titans play 3 TEs and 1 WR(13 personnel)on 1st and 10 and run a playaction pass. The Titans line up 3 TEs all on the left of the formation and put Brown on the right. Tannehill does a play fake to Henry, looks to his left(Pruitt?) then delivers a strike to Brown who scores. I'm not sure if Tannehill was going to throw to Pruitt initia
  4. If you want to listen to a ton of indepth talk about what defenses and offenses are doing right now and the chess matches that go on this is a great listen. They talk about teams playing less single high, creating pressure with 4 instead of blitzing, teams playing so much 46 defensive fronts on early downs etc..... They also talk about how much more McVay can do with Stafford and how limited he was with Goff. It's really good stuff if your into the nerdy indepth stuff
  5. I'm still very high on the potential of this team to be a SB contender. With an emphasis on potential. Some of the fan overreaction after the Jets loss is just stupid. The Titans have one of the best QBs in the league. If you don't understand that or disagree don't bother debating it in this thread. Having one of the best QBs in the league gives an NFL team a huge advantage. I believe I and most others down played the lack of practice in training camp by a lot of core players, especially the OL as a whole. They were either coming off injuries, injured or
  6. I think after playing the Cards, @Seattle and now the Colts the Titans are about were we would have hoped, 2-1 and in control of the division. Barring a complete implosion they should win the next two against the Jets and Jags. First and foremost the loss of Arthur Smith isn't a loss in the least. I've maintained the OC doesn't matter nearly to the degree of the QB. I was laughing hearing NE fans criticize Josh McDaniels being a product of Brady now that the NE offense sucks. No shit. The Titans have added empty sets(5 wide) and implementing the RB into t
  7. Only two players in NBA history have accounted for 91 points or more in a game (points scored plus points off assists), Harden and Chamberlain (104 points total). Now Harden is the first to do it twice, accounting for 91 points Sunday night after accounting for 95 points in a game last season.
  8. The Chase Center was a complete waste of $500M to house the Warriors, they lost 141-122 in their first game there and that's just the beginning.
  9. The Titans in 2016 shoot to the top of several offensive categories. Best redzone team, best 2:00 offense, 3rd best team on 3rd down, right between NE and GB. Among the best in terms of big plays with weak skill people........ Even after the Jags game, a game where the offense was pretty impressive against a good defense on the road people want him fired. Is it because he's goofy looking? Wasn't a big name, talks funny? You want Mariota posting Brady/Rodgers type FF numbers? Help me out here?
  10. The more I read about Henry and see stuff people post the more I see how off I was about him being a big slow Brandon Jacobs type RB...... Check out his SPARQ results from 2012 and notice all the elite prospects that finished below him: http://espn.go.com/high-school/football/events/nike-sparq-combines/2012/test/results/_/id/113 1. Henry 8. Jalen Ramsey 17. Ekekiel Elliot 33. Jaylon Smith The Opening SPARQ: Eye-poppers http://247sports.com/Article/The-Opening-SPARQ-testing-Eye-popping-performers-79858 41.9, Derrick Henry – A 41.9 inch vertical a
  11. If you go back to last year and look at the decent teams the Titans have played they have been outcoached and blown off the field. Their last 4 games against quality teams were the Browns, GB, Ravens and today, the Cards. The Titans ran the ball into stacked boxes and were beaten embarrassingly. Their wins over the time frame were against the Jags, Lions and Texans. I was confident Vrabel would adjust. If today proved anything it's that he's doubled down.
  12. Guess who's looking good in preseason and about to start for the Saints and guess who took a paycut this offseason to remain the back-up for the Raiders? Looks like some people declared the Winston Mariota debate over too early! Poor @EagleEye made this thread talking about where Winston could start for around the league! Then there is this beauty, Rich Eisen proclaiming this debate over! The real funny part is during his rant he starts naming all the QBs he'd take Mariota over and actually names Ryan Tannehill. The other guy on the show tries to re
  13. Fans talk shit to NBA players all the time, he is supposed to be a professional. The piece of shit makes $40M/year and acts like such a whiny pussy. http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/26234619/westbrook-threatens-courtside-fan-fan-wife
  14. The Titans are trying to contend for a SB while they have a franchise QB playing at an elite level. The Titans have one of the best offenses in the league. Last's years team was not a SB contender mainly for one obvious reason, their defense was terrible against opposing passing games. There are plenty of stats that showed how bad the Titans were defensively, especially on 3rd down and in the Redzone. All you have to do is look down the stretch when they faced Rodgers, Mayfield, Watson etc..... they were beyond pitiful. You ain't winning a SB playing that poorly against quality QB
  15. Can't help notice what a beast Jonnu was before Lewan went down in these highlights
  16. The most concerning things down the stretch and as the season ended was the philosophical approach Vrabel had defensively and to a lesser degree offensively. The Titans played this crazy conservative mush rush defense protecting against big plays with the CBs way off. And yes some of it was personnel as well. It's crystal clear after some self scouting they knew that had to change. The Titans had absolutely no chance to compete for a SB that way. When you look at what Big Ben, Joe Burrow, Mayfield, Watson twice and Rodgers did to them it was obvious. Were they the worst defense in
  17. The big talking point is the 1st down runs and the extreme run heavy game plans but it's more than that. Warren Sharpe and others have pointed out over the last 6 games or so defenses have adjusted and totally stacked the box to stop Derrick Henry ON 1ST DOWN. The score doesn't show it but the Browns totally outcoached the Titans and blew the doors off the Titans. The Browns got up on the Titans 38-7 in the first half and Henry had 7 carries for 15 yards. The same thing happened against GB. Obviously it happened today as well. Now in between t
  18. Rockets current depth chart: PG) Kevin Porter Jr, D.J. Augustin, John Wall SG) Jalen Green, Armoni Brooks, Josh Christopher SF) Eric Gordon, Danuel House, David Nwaba PF) Jae'Sean Tate, K.J. Martin, Usman Garuba C) Christian Wood, Alperen Şengün, Daniel Theis Two-way players: Garrison Mathews, Daishen Nix
  19. For all the complaining about some of the flaws the team has had the last several weeks the Titans are actually in a pretty good spot right now. The Titans have one of the best offenses in the league right now, honestly maybe the best. Their defense is way better from early in the season and with Kern returning their STs will be better, Kern is a weapon and helped win the game yesterday. Derrick Henry probably had the best game yesterday as a Titan. He hit the holes faster and harder than I can remember. Yes the OL opened holes but the way he attacked them made the OL
  20. Yes there are some concerns with the current state of the team in some aspects like STs but there is also a ton of overreaction. Aside from the STs breakdowns this game swung on a handful of plays. If Brown catches the 3rd down pass the Titans score on the first 4 drives, 3 TDs and also build a comfortable lead. The other Brown drop and Tanny's miss to Jonnu(blocked punt came after) later were also really big. Tannehill also got tripped up and sacked on a 3rd and 1 rollout. King was also really close on the long pass to Pittman, he bobbled it but came down with it. These are plays
  21. The first 4 or 5 games this season Smith had 5 to 8 targets per game and had 5 TDs and was a legit weapon. Suddenly he's a forgotten man the last few weeks. I realize he was banged up but he's been fine the last few weeks. 2 targets today, a 30yder and a TD. Last week 2 had two targets, one a 19yder. Smith is possibly the Titans best skill player. He makes huge plays and is a yac monster. Throw Jonnu Smith the damn ball, a lot. You could make a case he should be the featured pass catcher in this offense.
  22. Listening to some experts and looking at some stats I think the Titans defense might be better than I thought and I believe they will get even better. They are currently 9th in points allowed per game, which is really all that matters. They are 2nd in takeaways per game and they have allowed the fewest 20+ pass plays this season(one less game than most teams/bye). They are also 7th in opposing passer rating. Thse are the most important defensive stats. I listened to Chris Simms throw out some interesting stats. QBs are absolutely killing the blitz this season, even th
  23. I really don't think the loss was some huge deal or that it proved the Titans are phonies etc...... The Titans made a ton of 1st half errors and did a terrible job of tackling. Simply play a little better and keep the score manageable in the 1st half and the Titans could have easily won this game. As bad as the defense was in the 1st half it was pretty good in the 2nd half. So was the offense. Tannehill was 12 of 19 for 170 yards and a TD in the 2nd half. Henry even averaged over 5 yards per carry in the 2nd half. Obviously the Titans have a f
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