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Somedude   
On 7/14/2019 at 1:44 PM, heyitsmeallen said:

The offense gets Delanie back, has added a few competent receivers, and upgraded the OL. They will be better than last year. 

Those QBs also have to play a defense that finished 3rd in scoring last year. Let’s look at a few of them.

 

- KC is a juggernaut regardless but in 2018  they only played 5 games vs top 10 defenses(2x LAC-8, JAX-4, NE-7,BAL-2). Two against top 5 scoring defenses(Jax-4 and BAL-2) they won both games beating BAL in OT. In both games they scored below their average score(36), 6 points lower vs Jax and 9 points lower vs BAL and that included 3 points in OT. 

 

- NO only played against 3 Top 10 scoring defenses BAL-2, Min-9, and DAL-6. They averaged 31.5PPG. vs MIn they won scoring 30, vs BAL they won by 1 point scoring 24, and they Lost against Dallas only scoring 10. 

 

-The LAC only played 2 top 10 defenses, both were top 5 (BAL-2, TN-3) they averaged 27 PPG. They Scored 20 against TN winning on a failed 2 pt conversion by TN at the end of regulation. They Lost against Baltimore only scoring 10. 

 

-ATL played 3 top 10 defenses and only 1 top 5 (2x NO-10, DAL-6, BAL-2) they Averaged 26PPG. They scored 19 Vs DAL and Lost, they scored 16 against BAL and Lost, they scored 37 (week 3) and 17 (week 12) against NO and Lost both games. 

Like I said the Titans are going to smack a few teams in the mouth this season. 

Titans made Brady look scared and held them to 10 points. People seem to forget that.

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On 7/19/2019 at 12:13 AM, Somedude said:

Titans made Brady look scared and held them to 10 points. People seem to forget that.

No one has forgotten that, how consistently did we lay the smack down on the QB throughout the game like that though?

 

our pass rush was pretty darn good last year from a statistical standpoint and we never saw anything close to that type of pressure regularly

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abc2330   
19 minutes ago, OILERMAN said:

 

 

I agree with everything that he said. I think that we are a bad matchup for them , especially with the timing of the game, and could end up beating the hell out of them.

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OILERMAN   
25 minutes ago, bizzyeddie said:

Just wanted to get in a jab at the browns and Mayfield

He does that as often as he can 

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Mythos27   

Cowherd is overly optimistic about the OL. On paper the names look ok but aside from Saffold and Lewan there are question marks at every spot. Conklin isn't fully healthy yet. Dennis Kelly has played well in spot duty but hasn't proved himself as a full time starter. We don't know who is even gonna play RG, Saffold himself is a new addition, and Ben Jones straight up sucked last year.

 

I have no clue how he could even think we are arguably the best OL in the league. For the 1st time in a while, I feel much better about the receiving corps going into the season.

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BudAdams   
On ‎7‎/‎20‎/‎2019 at 8:51 AM, wiscotitansfan said:

No one has forgotten that, how consistently did we lay the smack down on the QB throughout the game like that though?

 

our pass rush was pretty darn good last year from a statistical standpoint and we never saw anything close to that type of pressure regularly

The TR playbook is to cherry pick the very best games (look at the Mariota examples in every other thread) and completely dismiss the smaller sample size and otherwise mediocrity or downright poor play. 

 

As Oilerman pointed out recently, look at the D after the NE game, which undoubtedly was their peak performance last year.  Of course, they got shredded the next 2 weeks at Indy and Houston. 

 

After the NE game:

 

3 games versus teams w/good QB's (IND and HOU):  0-3 and they allowed an average of 35 PPG.  In the other 4 games, they allowed 11.75 PPG and went 4-0.  Of course, the QB murderers row was Josh McCown, Cody Kessler, Eli, and Josh Johnson.

 

Obviously, injuries can happen and things can change but the opposing offenses and QB's are certainly more formidable this year than what happened last year.

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WG53   

LOL @ you morons putting stock in "strength of schedule". What teams did last year is irrelevant and not indicative of how hard or easy a schedule is this year. The number you use for SoS is bogus and irrelevant.  That is last year's numbers. 

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