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8 minutes ago, patsplat said:

More impressive than the numbers is the range and diversity of completions.

The password by chart is hilarious to look at next to Mariotas from past games.

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1 minute ago, earlers said:

He really didn't even throw any deep passes which makes it more impressive imo.

 

I bet you they open up the offense. We started to see more 3x1 sets as the game went on yesterday. The next step is to start taking more shots.

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The line looked surprisingly good yesterday. Then again they looked surprisingly good against the Falcons too and then gave up 5 or 6 sacks the next week against the Bills.

 

The Bucs have 1 fewer sacks than the Chargers do so the line should have another manageable game to figure things out and gel together. Hopefully it'll be something to build on.

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4 minutes ago, NashvilleNinja said:

The line looked surprisingly good yesterday. Then again they looked surprisingly good against the Falcons too and then gave up 5 or 6 sacks the next week against the Bills.

 

The Bucs have 1 fewer sacks than the Chargers do so the line should have another manageable game to figure things out and gel together. Hopefully it'll be something to build on.

 

let it go GIF

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Tannehill is going all in. He has nothing to loose. And he was good against that decimated Chargers secondary. But he also had INT,fumble and couple of sacks.Chargers front seven (except of Bosa) is as bad as Falcons.Let's wait for Carolina deffense which will be the real test for him and our shity OL. Like Mr. Wolf once said:

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