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Huston   
2 hours ago, japan said:

Weren't people underwhelmed by the Pees hire?

NO, he was probably the most agreed upon signing there has been on this board.

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Huston   

"By any stretch of the imagination, the Tennessee Titans offense had its struggles in team periods during the first day of the three-day mini-camp on Tuesday.
All three quarterbacks struggled in the first team period, with Marcus Mariota missing Corey Davis on his first pass, and then having a second one knocked away by LeShaun Sims. Later on in the period, a pass for tight end MyCole Pruitt, that looked to be a little behind the receiver, was knocked down by Malcolm Butler.
Things didn’t look much better for Ryan Tannehill, and third-stringer Logan Woodside had one pass broken up by defensive back Mike Jordan and the very next ball picked off by Jordan.
So, all in all, it wasn’t a stellar day for the Titans’ passing offense. Either that, or the defense had a banner day. Take your pick. At any rate, neither Mariota nor head coach Mike Vrabel put much stock into the showing.
“Today was one of those deals. I thought we kind of fought back and forth, but the defense playe well today,” Mariota said. “Obviously, you want to be a little more accurate at times, but the defense made some plays. I thought Malcolm made a big play on the ball.”
Mariota laughed when reminded that he asked the defense for a rematch in the thir down period.
“It left a bad taste in our mouths for sure,” he said.
Vrabel gave credit to the defense during the aforementioned period, rather than laying it at the quarterbacks’ feet.
“I wouldn’t say that was just quarterback play. I think that for that particular period, I think the defense was ready to go. They blitzed the heck out of them, which I said that they were going to do, and that was what we wanted to do coming in,” Vrabel said. “We’re not going to sit here and evaluate the whole offseason on one period. I think that each quarterback maybe got six reps. That’s not something we’ve ever done, that’s not something that we will do.”

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Honestly, considering we have a bunch of veteran secondary players who know this scheme cold and are driven by the most frenetic of all the position coaches, it isn't surprising that they are winning the early battles against an offense running in shorts at three quarters speed with a bunch of new guys out there.

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1 hour ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

 

"Tennessee Defense Coordinator Dean Pees was found dead at the Titans training facility late Wednesday night from an apparent heart attack."

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BudAdams   
9 minutes ago, No1TitansFan said:

Honestly, considering we have a bunch of veteran secondary players who know this scheme cold and are driven by the most frenetic of all the position coaches, it isn't surprising that they are winning the early battles against an offense running in shorts at three quarters speed with a bunch of new guys out there.

That's not what happened though.  The QB's were throwing inaccurate passes based on all of the reports. 

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OILERMAN   
1 hour ago, japan said:

Weren't people underwhelmed by the Pees hire?

I think people were disappointed the guy from the Cards declined but everyone liked Pees from what I recall 

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1 minute ago, OILERMAN said:

I think people were disappointed the guy from the Cards declined but everyone liked Pees from what I recall 

You been fucking with my tard bitch’s head behind my back? He’s been acting more KOO KOO than normal lately.

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japan   
1 hour ago, Huston said:

"By any stretch of the imagination, the Tennessee Titans offense had its struggles in team periods during the first day of the three-day mini-camp on Tuesday.
All three quarterbacks struggled in the first team period, with Marcus Mariota missing Corey Davis on his first pass, and then having a second one knocked away by LeShaun Sims. Later on in the period, a pass for tight end MyCole Pruitt, that looked to be a little behind the receiver, was knocked down by Malcolm Butler.
Things didn’t look much better for Ryan Tannehill, and third-stringer Logan Woodside had one pass broken up by defensive back Mike Jordan and the very next ball picked off by Jordan.
So, all in all, it wasn’t a stellar day for the Titans’ passing offense. Either that, or the defense had a banner day. Take your pick. At any rate, neither Mariota nor head coach Mike Vrabel put much stock into the showing.
“Today was one of those deals. I thought we kind of fought back and forth, but the defense playe well today,” Mariota said. “Obviously, you want to be a little more accurate at times, but the defense made some plays. I thought Malcolm made a big play on the ball.”
Mariota laughed when reminded that he asked the defense for a rematch in the thir down period.
“It left a bad taste in our mouths for sure,” he said.
Vrabel gave credit to the defense during the aforementioned period, rather than laying it at the quarterbacks’ feet.
“I wouldn’t say that was just quarterback play. I think that for that particular period, I think the defense was ready to go. They blitzed the heck out of them, which I said that they were going to do, and that was what we wanted to do coming in,” Vrabel said. “We’re not going to sit here and evaluate the whole offseason on one period. I think that each quarterback maybe got six reps. That’s not something we’ve ever done, that’s not something that we will do.”

We are fucked. Plan for 2020!

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japan   
22 minutes ago, OILERMAN said:

I think people were disappointed the guy from the Cards declined but everyone liked Pees from what I recall 

I thought I remembered people down that we were getting an old has-been who the Ravens put out to pasture. 

 

I assumed that the Ravens wanted him to move on so they could promote the current guy but then they issued a press release saying they were surprised by him coming out of retirement. 

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Huston   
28 minutes ago, OILERMAN said:

I think people were disappointed the guy from the Cards declined but everyone liked Pees from what I recall 

He was the best of the available at the time because no one knew Pees would come out of retirement.

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6 minutes ago, japan said:

I thought I remembered people down that we were getting an old has-been who the Ravens put out to pasture. 

 

I assumed that the Ravens wanted him to move on so they could promote the current guy but then they issued a press release saying they were surprised by him coming out of retirement. 

Hey Touched, you mean to tell me that all this time you had access to IP addresses and the best you could do is I know your wife Sarah? You truly are King of The Tard’s.

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