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  1. Nothing earth shattering here, Vrabel praising Mariota for his dedication this offseason while also seeming very comfortable with Mariota's contract status. RK: Marcus Mariota, along with Jameis Winston, is the first quarterback since the new CBA to play on a fifth-year option. What does he have to show you to earn an extension? (Mariota is 27-28 as a starter, with an 89.4 passer rating and a 69:42 TD:INT ratio.) MIKE VRABEL: “I think everybody has a contract, and we’re very aware of players who are in the last year of the deal. Marcus is obviously one of those. When you make a commitment to the QB you want to make sure that this is going to be your guy for the next 7-10 years when you look at the percentage of the cap quarterbacks are driving. Nobody is more proud of what Marcus has done in the offseason than me. He’s come back stronger, bigger, with greater understanding of what we're doing offensively, being able to communicate it to players the field. I don’t look at the lack of a long-term extension as a negative, though that’s what people try to make it. I know Marcus’s demeanor and that won’t change whether he’s on a 10-year contract or its up after the season. He’s that type of person. So I know it'll work because of how he is.” https://www.si.com/nfl/2019/07/15/nfl-head-coach-diversity-brian-levy-harold-goodwin-frank-reich-matt-nagy-kyler-murray
  2. “Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official website reports new OC Arthur Smith said he intends to "ride" contract-year RB Derrick Henry this season.”
  3. All the madden ratings are out and while they don't mean anything irl. I was currious since they redid the system. Walker 92 Byard 89 Casey 86 Lewis 84 Wake 84 Henry 83 Saffold 83 Jackson 83 Davis 82 Ryan 82 Lewan 81 Vacaro 81 Butler 79 Mariota 79 Woodyard 79 Conklin 78 Humpries 78 Landry 78 B.Jones 78 Taylor 78 Evans 77 Kern 77 D. Jones 76 J.Brown 75 Sharpe 75 Simmons 74 Smith 74 Succop 74 Tanny 74 A.J.Brown 72 Pruitt 72 Sims 70 Urban 70
  4. Here is our schedule, please copy and paste to show which games you think we will win and which ones we will lose. Also can say winnable games but might not win. Here’s a look at the entire 2019 regular season schedule: Game 1 Date: Sunday, September 8. Opponent: at Cleveland Browns. Winnable: Yes Win/Lose: Loss Game 2 Date: Sunday, September 15. Opponent: Indianapolis Colts. Winnable: No Win/Lose: Loss Game 3 Date: Thursday, September 19. Opponent: at Jacksonville Jaguars. Winnable: Yes Win/Lose: Win Game 4 Date: Sunday, September 29. Opponent: at Atlanta Falcons. Winnable: Yes Win/Lose: Lose Game 5 Date: Sunday, October 6. Opponent: Buffalo Bills. Winnable: Yes Win/Lose: Win Game 6 Date: Sunday, October 13. Opponent: at Denver Broncos. Winnable: Yes Win/Lose: Loss (Tough to play in Denver) Game 7 Date: Sunday, October 20. Opponent: Los Angeles Chargers. Winnable: No Win/Lose: Loss Game 8 Date: Sunday, October 27 Opponent: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Winnable: Yes Win/Lose: Win Game 9 Date: Sunday, November 3 Opponent: at Carolina Panthers Winnable: Yes Win/Lose: Lose Game 10 Date: Sunday, November 10 Opponent: Kansas City Chiefs Winnable: No Win/Lose: Lose Game 11 Date: Sunday, November 24 Opponent: Jacksonville Jaguars Winnable: Yes Win/Lose: Win Game 12 Date: Sunday, December 1 Opponent: at Indianapolis Colts Winnable: No Win/Lose: Lose Game 13 Date: Sunday, December 8 Opponent: at Oakland Raiders Winnable: Yes Win/Lose: Win Game 14 Date: Sunday, December 15 Opponent: Houston Texans Winnable: Yes Win/Lose: Win Game 15 Date: Sunday, December 22. Opponent: New Orleans Saints Winnable: No Win/Lose: Lose Game 16 Date: Sunday, December 29 Opponent: at Houston Texans Winnable: Yes Win/Lose: Lose This puts our record at 6-10. Could be a couple games that could swing either way, such as in Denver or in Carolina. Opener against Cleveland could probably swing either way as well and the game in Atlanta. Very hard to see us with 9 or more wins. Tough schedule! Wish we got the games against Denver Atlanta and Cleveland at home. Instead our home schedule has the top teams in the league: Chargers, Chiefs, Saints,
  5. Former Tennessee Titans linebacker Derrick Morgan is retiring from the NFL at the age of 30, as he looks to turn his attention to making a more significant impact outside of football. Morgan spent nine seasons with the Titans after they selected him with the 16th overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft. He finishes with 44.5 sacks and 305 tackles for his career. The 2018 season was the last of a four-year, $27 million deal Morgan signed with the Titans in 2014. He started 12 games for the Titans in 2018 and missed three games while dealing with knee and shoulder injuries. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/27192585/ex-titans-lb-morgan-30-says-retiring
  6. Ok so no other team has this inverted jersey on nfl.com and it just popped up. Thoughts? I think it’s bad ass
  7. Oregon QB Justin Herbert has the second-best odds of being the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. The betting markets currently give Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa a 66.7% chance of being selected with the first pick, while Herbert sits at 20%. Tagovailoa and Herbert are the consensus top-two draft-eligible quarterbacks entering the college season with Georgia QB Jake Fromm coming in at No. 3. Other names to know with first-pick consideration are Ohio State DE Chase Young and Alabama WR Jerry Jeudy.
  8. Titans are making a new season ticket option for non-psl holders. Different seat every game. Pretty sure its single tickets only Digital tix only - not sure you can resell easily/securely only $300 for 10 games. option to get playoff tickets. https://www.titansonline.com/tickets/fireball-fast-pass
  9. https://deadspin.com/mike-vrabrel-says-he-would-gladly-chop-off-his-own-dick-1836284989 Lewan: Matt Neely (an assistant for the show) said he would cut off his dick for a, uno, Super Bowl, and I said, No I would not do that. Would you cut your dick off for a Super Bowl? Vrabel: Been married 20 years. Yeah, probably. Lewan: You’ve got three?! Vrabel: As a player.... You guys will be married for 20 years one day. You won’t need it. Lewan: If you come home with a bag of ice, and Jen is like ‘Oh honey what did you do.’ I cut …my dick off, we’re gonna win a Super Bowl, she’d be like “eh,” or would she be upset? Vrabel: She’d be like do you want me to do it? Do you want to do it now?
  10. I usually go into each season quietly optimistic and a time or two quietly pessimistic,lol. Anyway the reason i am saying this is i only i had 1 year where i had a really good feeling about the team and that was in 2008. Right after the 2008 NFL Draft i felt things were all set for us to have a really good year. The reason i felt that way was mainly due to the pick we made in the 1st round that year. I am from Memphis i saw Chris Johnson in 2007 gain 300 plus yards on the ground when the Tigers played East Carolina. He scored on a 70 yard running play,then a 50 yarder then he scored on a 40 yard run. Every time he ran it was like WOW. I liked him a lot. Later the next year when i started doing my own research and realized just how fast he was at the combine all i thought we man if we draft this guy we could have what we've been missing on offense a good weapon to utilize since VY was our only weapon offensively. Still i had my doubts about drafting CJ since we just drafted Chris Henry the year before. Anyway i was watching the 2008 NFL draft with some friends and all the sudden when i heard we picked RB Chris Johnson i screamed out like the happiest person in the world which i was. A couple of my buddies were Titan fans and they were PISSED. At the time most fans hated the pick UNLESS they had watched or seen him play. I just knew with VY on offense him and CJ would be a dynamic combo. I'll admit i never saw a 13-3 year with Kerry Collins who i hated until that season i thought he was a washed up QB. When Vince got hurt that first game i thought that was it we were fucked. But we persevered. We had weapons on offense to score just enough to win games with our top 5 defense. I think this upcoming season we will have enough offense with TE Delanie Walker back and new WRs Brown and Humphries and a third year Corey Davis. With a stronger O line Saffold,Conklin healthy,Lewan,Jones and the rookie. We also have Derrick Henry coming back from a really good year. We were 3rd in points allowed,8th in yards allowed last year. I think we will be just as good this year. We could have a late rounder or undrafted guy rise up again. We have Correa,Finch,Walker,Long,Landry,Wake,etc. Hooker could be a steal at safety we are good this year with Byard/Vacarro. Too bad we have to wait to see Walker AND Simmons together....... Anyway i think we have a good team with a great front office with GM Jon Robinson and HC Mike Vrabel. I think this is the healthiest we've seen the front office in many years since Fisher/Reese. You can see the chemistry between the players and the bonding between them compared with past Titan teams over the past decade. I think this is the year we beat those cocksuckers Indy with Luck at QB. Even though i used to like Marcus a lot and still do i had bad feelings after not playing Indy with the season and playoffs on the line. The best thing that could happen for us is for the light bulb to come on for Marcus and for him to have his best year yet with Tannehill never seeing the field. We shall see.......
  11. Here's the coaches' film showing all of Mariota's red zone plays (both passing and rushing) for the 2018 season. In addition to showing all plays inside the 20-yard line, I also included plays inside the 30 yard line that were (IMO) relevant to the subsequent RZ possession. Red Zone attempts - Weeks 12-16 Red Zone attempts - Weeks 9-11 RZ attempts - Weeks 5-8 RZ attempts - Weeks 1-4 UPDATE - for the sake of comparison, I also put together similar clips showing Mariota's red zone play during his 8-game hot streak in 2016. Links to 2016 Red Zone footage
  12. This little pre-training camp nugget is from today's MMQB Column. 9. And one more note from Delanie Walker: The tight end said he doesn’t know if he’ll begin training camp on the PUP list, less than a year removed from the serious ankle injury that ended his 2018 season. “I’ll leave that up to the coaches,” he said. After leaving last year’s season opener with an injury that required an air cast, Walker returned to the field during the Titans' OTAs and felt good about his progress. “Just stepping on the field, running routes and doing drills, that was the biggest [hurdle],” he said. “I had only been running for two weeks, and being able to run routes against guys, and beating them.” Walker sat out the June mini-camp and it sounds like he’s expecting the team to ease him into training camp—whether that means starting on the PUP list or not. “We have great coaches and training staff,” he said. “They’re probably not going to let me hit the ground running like I want to, but I look forward to getting into my groove.” https://www.si.com/nfl/2019/07/08/anthony-lynn-chargers-tanzania-jadeveon-clowney-texans-nfl-offseason
  13. It's almost hard to believe it's been 10 years since the death of #9. As time goes on his legend only grows. Rest In Power to Steve Air McNair.
  14. Albert Breer does a dive into the situations Mariota/Winston find themselves in heading into the 2019 season in his MMQB column today, has quite a few quotes from JRob on Mariota as part of the article. "Now, Robinson says, “we just have to keep him out there.” And so that challenge is clear. If Mariota and the Titans can surmount it, the GM says he sees where he might have his quarterback for the next decade on the roster right now."
  15. Simmons a 74... He was a top 10 talent and should be rated as such... his ratings don't allow for him to be a difference maker stopping the run or pass rushing. 😪 Check other players on the link. https://www.easports.com/madden-nfl/player-ratings/?i=1&t=30&s=ovr_rating:DESC&=undefined (you will need to remove the titans filter).
  16. https://www.paulkuharsky.com/news/we-now-know-just-how-much-heavier-marcus-mariota-is?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=ios_share_flow_optimization&utm_term=control_1
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