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It is funny to see big, who’s been wildly wrong about Tannehill since 2019 now banging his chest as the guy ages out.  He’s similar to that guy logicals who told us we’d never win with Tannehill, then

Considering the claim that the offense is suddenly different because of the QB change isn't factual - not in play calling or home/away production - makes this a pretty meaningless claim.   T

Are we really digging and cherry picking absolutely anything to desperately try to explain why a rookie in his first game ever came in and, not only outplayed, but blew the brakes off the offensive pr

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5 minutes ago, OILERMAN said:

 

The problem is it's hard to judge with the pass pro but he's also showing a lot of the flaws that were discussed predraft

Hate to do this but Atlanta didn’t have his tendencies on tape and they weren’t strong at pass rushing.  That being said, he has shown skills/attributes .  I’m really not sure what he’ll ultimately develop into.

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On 11/12/2023 at 2:23 PM, BudsOilers said:

I have to say the offense looks totally different after the QB change!
 

some of us tried to tell you….

No, you all said the offense would collapse. It's literally been the same. The point in saying it would be the same was that the problem wasn't really the QB. Noting it could possibly be better is because Levis does add an element of pocket mobility Tannehill after the ankle sprains doesn't. This has basically held true. Levis offense is 2-3 and scoring 17 PPG. Tannehill offense was 2-4 scoring 17 PPG. 

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4 minutes ago, Mythos27 said:

Wake me up when we beat an actual good team at home. The gimpy-Burrow Bengals were the best team we saw at home. 

 

The offense still laid it to a pretty good Cincy D that day.  The Chargers and Falcons wins scoring 27 and 28 are less impressive.

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Just now, IsntLifeFunny said:

No, you all said the offense would collapse. It's literally been the same. The point in saying it would be the same was that the problem wasn't really the QB. Noting it could possibly be better is because Levis does add an element of pocket mobility Tannehill after the ankle sprains doesn't. This has basically held true. Levis offense is 2-3 and scoring 17 PPG. Tannehill offense was 2-4 scoring 17 PPG. 

No people were absolutely putting the offense issues on Tannehill.  Including you.   And of course it never was a QB issue and whatever mobility gain Levis brings is absolutely canceled out with the TWP plays due to lesser accuracy and decision making.

 

And ys the offense has been worse overall than before.  17.3 in the first six; 16.2 in the last 5.   Home:  27 w/RT; 22.5 w/Levis.  Road:  12.5 w/RT; 12 w/Levis.    And that's counting the offensive production after down 27 at Jax, which is skewed to say the least.

 

3rd down conversions down from 34% to 30%.  RZ is the one area up after the change (50% vs 33%) but it comes with a caveat.....21 RZ trips in the first 6 games.  Only 10 in the last 5.  

 

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1 minute ago, BudsOilers said:

No people were absolutely putting the offense issues on Tannehill.  Including you.   And of course it never was a QB issue and whatever mobility gain Levis brings is absolutely canceled out with the TWP plays due to lesser accuracy and decision making.

 

And ys the offense has been worse overall than before.  17.3 in the first six; 16.2 in the last 5.   Home:  27 w/RT; 22.5 w/Levis.  Road:  12.5 w/RT; 12 w/Levis.    And that's counting the offensive production after down 27 at Jax, which is skewed to say the least.

 

3rd down conversions down from 34% to 30%.  RZ is the one area up after the change (50% vs 33%) but it comes with a caveat.....21 RZ trips in the first 6 games.  Only 10 in the last 5.  

 

Oh bullshit. I never put all of the offensive issues on Tannehill. I said he was playing poorly and getting murdered out there, which is a fact. His 70 QB rating and TD/INT ratio shows this. There's no need to rewrite history. Everyone with eyes saw the main problem was an OL that couldn't protect. 

 

And yes, Levis has been an upgrade in several areas. He doesn't have the pure accuracy, but he's been better by every statistical metric, which on this offense isn't saying much. 

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2 hours ago, IsntLifeFunny said:

Oh bullshit. I never put all of the offensive issues on Tannehill. I said he was playing poorly and getting murdered out there, which is a fact. His 70 QB rating and TD/INT ratio shows this. There's no need to rewrite history. Everyone with eyes saw the main problem was an OL that couldn't protect. 

 

And yes, Levis has been an upgrade in several areas. He doesn't have the pure accuracy, but he's been better by every statistical metric, which on this offense isn't saying much. 

Levis has been better by every statistical metric?  No he hasn't.....the TD/INT piece enables the edge in Passer Rating and even that has context to it.  PFF's grade has Tannehill a lot higher (72 vs 55.8).

 

Not completion %.  Not YPA.  And let's not forget advanced metrics......On Target Throws; TWP throws, Big Time Throws, and the Titans had a higher drop % in Tannehill games....

 

If you think Tannehill was playing poorly outside of the NO game but think Levis is playing well, that's a pretty big confession that you have no idea what you're watching.

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