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  1. GDT: Texans (8-5) @ Titans -3 (8-5)

    I looked up his stats when he was cut, he was wayyyy worse than I remembered. Definitely has a strong leg though. Parkey's stats suggest he's worth bringing back over Succop this season.
  2. GDT: Texans (8-5) @ Titans -3 (8-5)

    The same guy who got the Titans/Texans game wrong got the Ravens/Jets game wrong. And 6-2 in favor of the Steelers over the Bills? Holy crap the Steelers are actually 2 point favorites.
  3. GDT: Texans (8-5) @ Titans -3 (8-5)

    I've been oddly positive the last few weeks and it's worked better than the last 10 years that I've been negative lol.
  4. GDT: Texans (8-5) @ Titans -3 (8-5)

    The only worry I have going into this game is that the Texans were absolutely humiliated last week. When good teams get humiliated it seems like they always bounce back strong. That said, we are basically in a must-win every week for the rest of the year so I don't see us coming in cocky. Everyone is expecting us to fall off and be that same ol Titans, but even if we lose this game in infuriating fashion, we're not the same ol Titans. This team is insanely talented, fast, and physical, and they have been playing with incredible confidence since Tannehill has taken over. You can see when they are lining up on offense that everyone on that field buys in to what he says and they all look to him for leadership. He's doing a great job with checks at the line and putting the team in the best position on offense. The penalties have dropped down the last few weeks and we don't see any of the WRs winding up next to each other in their routes like we did as he was first taking over. I think this is due to him being vocal and getting everyone lined up properly. I think we will be down 14-10 at the half, but bounce back after halftime to take the division lead.
  5. Let's talk about Corey Davis

    Davis has been less featured ever since he returned from injury. It also happens that our play-action percentages have sky rocketed during that exact same time frame. AJ Brown is just better suited to what we're doing on offense right now. He has the size and athletic traits of a RB and these play-action plays are creating a ton of separation and room for him to do something after the catch. AJ Brown will always be better than him at this. He may be better at other things as well, but this is something he's better than most at. We aren't really doing a lot as a drop-back and pass team right now, which is where I think Davis could compete against Brown in targets, but if you want any one of our WRs to be getting the ball on one of these PA crossers with room to run, it's AJ Brown. Davis isn't even bad in that category, it's just that Brown is insane. We honestly have a lot of guys that are huge threats for YAC, with Jonnu Smith being an insanely good player with the ball in his hands as well.
  6. Let's talk about Corey Davis

    This offense probably isn't really going to have a #2 WR in terms of volume honestly. Not unless it evolves from it's current state. When your #1 is only getting 3 or 4 catches a game, what can you really expect from a #2? That's one of the reasons I would struggle to take a player that I absolutely love, Ruggs, in the first down. Is our offense going to start passing it more to WRs to make him worthy of the investment? I think they let Davis walk after next season unless he just wants a super cheap contract to stay here, which he won't. Someone will pay him more because of his draft status and his physical traits. I don't think we need to invest a lot to replace him. Find a player with a lot of speed and plug them in to fill his role.
  7. GDT: Titans -2.5 (7-5) @ Raiders (6-6)

    Music City Miracles compiled a lot of statistics about our offense from a number of different places. I think they're doing this as a weekly article now. Great read. https://www.musiccitymiracles.com/2019/12/11/21005101/diving-into-another-historically-efficient-day-for-the-titans-offense
  8. College Football 2019-20 prospect related

    I think I've seen him projected as a FB in the NFL. He doesn't have anywhere near Henry's speed. Probably a day 3 guy. It's weird seeing our current FB be as much smaller than Henry as he is.
  9. GDT: Titans -2.5 (7-5) @ Raiders (6-6)

    The fact that he didn't attempt anything over 40 yards in warmups tells us all we need to know about Succop. They don't plan in him ever kicking more than XPs. Is he that much better at XPs than Parkey?
  10. College Football 2019-20 prospect related

    Yeah we need depth all across the OL pretty badly. Saffold will be 32, which isn't super old for OL, but is old enough you could justify investing a pick on a backup interior OL that will eventually replace him. A quality backup that could play C/OG would be great. After EDGE and K, I still think backup RB is our next biggest need. However we get it.
  11. College Football 2019-20 prospect related

    Davis has played a lot better since his 2nd and 3rd starts. OL as a whole seems to have issues with stunts and blitz, but changing one player doesn't fix that. I think he's solidified himself as a starter going into next year.
  12. GDT: Titans -2.5 (7-5) @ Raiders (6-6)

    AJ Brown was slowed up a little bit but came back.
  13. GDT: Titans -2.5 (7-5) @ Raiders (6-6)

    Man, Marcus Mariota about got the best OC in the NFL fired. Hard to believe. Im kidding, but this has to be one of the biggest offensive turn-arounds in NFL history simply by changing one player.
  14. GDT: Titans -2.5 (7-5) @ Raiders (6-6)

    Carr isn't a leader
  15. GDT: Titans -2.5 (7-5) @ Raiders (6-6)

    Logan Ryan got some huge deltoids for his frame.