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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Pharoh, May 1, 2015.
Typical Titans game.
So does Robinson ever get held accountable for his shit personal decisions? Especially on the offensive line.
We're not gonna fire a GM who has elevated the team to consistent playoff participant the past few years. We went a long time without being in or winning playoff games
Sucks to waste first round picks and letting Conklin walk sucked and some other things too. But he's a better GM than we've had in a long time
I mean yea we can't fire him but someone has to take responsibility for the lack of talent and/or oaching on the line especially.
I will forever hate the Adoree pick too.
Jesus they were back there as soon as Henry got the ball.
A win is a win.
#1 in the AFC
Never in doubt
I'm not sure how many of these games my heart can take lol
We can't have nice things.
I wonder what it could be considering be played the whole game after the injury.
Fingers crossed the MRI comes back with nothing bad.
Someone be a legend and give him your foot.
Shit take both of mine and combine them into one super foot for him.
could he be back for the playoffs?
like if it’s a broken foot, that takes what like 6-8ish weeks?
Some foot injuries take a long time though
Rapoport said 6-10 weeks so yea potentially could be back for the playoffs.
The fact Vrabel hasn’t said season ending yet has me hopeful. Just hope for good news from the surgery tomorrow. I expect everyone in Nashville to be outside the surgery suite with signs
So we've got Rams, Saints minus Winston, Houston, Pats, bye, Jags over the next 6 weeks.
3-2 seems possible with the Saints losing Winston. Maybe I have titans glasses on though.
Then it's the Steelers, 49ers, Miami and Houston again.
At least we've played the worst part of the schedule already.
Weird how a decent pass rush helps.
I would be super happy with an 11-6 record given the injuries tbh. That's going 5-4 over the last 9 games, which I think is INCREDIBLY doable.
Should win - Jags, Texans x2, Dolphins
Winnable - Saints, Pats, Steelers, 49ers
Tough - Rams
A Super Bowl-caliber team probably goes 7-2 or 8-1 over this stretch.
We’ll beat the Rams by double digits then lose to the Jags. It’s the Titan Way ©
We got to close this game out. I still believe we can clinch home field throughout the playoffs with our schedule
Go for the kill shot to Julio or Aj here
AJ with a huge drop.. come on boys
Titans have some damn impressive wins.
Makes that Jets loss look so puzzling haha
Beat the Bills, Chiefs, Colts, and now the Rams with no Henry. Been a good month and now we close with a fairly easy schedule the rest of the way
Stay healthy, try and hold home field advantage for the playoffs and wait to unleash the GOAT in the playoffs
Proud of the way the team responded to a very difficult week. D played lights out and the offense made plays when they had to. Going through this last stretch of games 4-0 is remarkable
Ooooooh we’re halfway theeeere
Thank you titans
The Titans have played the hardest schedule and have the best schedule in the NFL.
Radio takes this morning - "How have all the best teams in the NFL played so poorly and lost games versus the lowly Titans? The Titans didn't win any of these games and all these amazing teams actually LOST them. Ravens or Bills for the Super Bowl?"
I don’t mind them disrespecting us. Wins talk and their bias can’t keep us out of the playoffs. Gives the team a bit of a chip on their shoulder too
Long way to go but can’t overestimate how nice it would be to have a bye. Give the King an extra week
Glennon is with SI now which is great to see after The Athletic dropped our beat
Top 5 Offensive Grades (at least 20 snaps) – As might be expected on a night the Titans didn’t total 200 yards of offense, there weren’t a lot of great offensive grades. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill led the way with an 82.0 followed by tight end Geoff Swaim (71.0), wide receiver Julio Jones (70.8), wide receiver Nick Westbrook-Ikhine (64.4) and running back Jeremy McNichols (63.4).
Top 5 Defensive Grades (at least 20 snaps) – The strong defensive effort featured five PFF grades over 70.0. Byard topped the charts at 86.7, followed by defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons (79.3), safety Amani Hooker (79.0), defensive lineman Denico Autry (71.9) and cornerback Chris Jones (71.4).
The Titans, who played without left tackle Taylor Lewan and right guard Nate Davis, struggled all game against the Rams’ defensive line. Center Ben Jones (61.1) was the only member of the starting offensive line to earn a grade over 60, while the others were as follows: Aaron Brewer (55.5), David Quessenberry (51.6), Rodger Saffold (38.3), Bobby Hart (30.3). Per PFF, Hart surrendered two sacks and four hurries for a team-high total of six quarterback pressures. That 38.3 grade of Saffold’s is easily his worst mark of the season.
The Titans recorded 24 pressures (combination of sacks, hits and hurries) of L.A. quarterback Matthew Stafford. Twenty of those 24 pressures came from the combined efforts of Simmons (nine pressures), Autry (six) and edge rusher Harold Landry (five).
How Hart continues to earn a paycheck in the NFL is baffling.
Watching Tannehill get the ball out as fast as he did was pretty incredible. I came away very impressed with how well he held up behind our shitty line.
From 8th to 2nd in the ESPN power rankings. Kinda forced their hand I guess
It's pretty awesome to see our defense getting mentioned as one of the hottest units in football. The secondary is still suspect but even they are showing good improvement and playmaking. Excited to get Kristian Fulton back who was playing like a top CB in the league
I’m honestly shocked at the development of this defense over the past few weeks
Julio to the IR
Dude wasn't on the injury report all week then got hurt in practice on Thursday. He just doesn't have it anymore
Thankfully the defensive additions have panned out
Is Taylor Lewan washed?
Yes. It’s time we move on from him