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titans0021 last won the day on November 4 2017

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  1. 2020 Titans Off-Season

    That’d definitely be the splash move I’d be looking for if we went that direction.
  2. 2020 Titans Off-Season

    Colts have a 23 year old Marlon Mack, they’d be insane to bench him in order to give Henry big money. Dolphins and Bucs are both reasonable. Chris Carson just had 1,200 yards and Seattle spent a first on Rashad Penny. On paper, Henry would be terrifying in Houston, just not sure it’s a scheme fit though. Chargers will still have Ekeler and just refused to pay a RB big money. As I said a couple pages ago, I just don’t think there’s huge interest, TB would be my biggest worry. Any other rebuilding team with a terrible offensive line just doesn’t seem like a real threat.
  3. 2020 Titans Off-Season

    Ryan Tannehill just had a better year than Stafford had in his entire career. Why would I ever consider letting RT walk and then giving up assets to pay Matt Stafford the same amount of money? I am just so confused by you guys these last few days.
  4. Titans DC Dean Pees Retires

    Sounds like Vrabel will have full control of the defense.
  5. 2020 Titans Off-Season

    Based on cap space, I’d say Dolphins and Bucs would be most likely. Texans would be incredibly interesting. But I don’t necessarily think he fits Houston’s offense and a rebuilding team shouldn’t pay a RB big money. Tampa is the most likely option in my mind. Still think he is valued far more by us than any other team. Wouldn’t at all be surprised to see something like 4/50.
  6. 2020 Titans Off-Season

    I mean, you can literally tag Tannehill and Henry for $37 million. If they sign each to extensions, their Year 1 cap hits will almost certainly be less than that.
  7. 2020 Titans Off-Season

    I’m entirely on board with the bring everyone back offseason. Logan being the biggest piece I’d be willing to let walk. I fully understand not wanting to commit big money to a RB. Historically, it virtually never works out. I also thoroughly believe that there is a lot about Henry that cannot be measured analytically. His value as a leader in the locker room and the long-term benefit of demonstrating that you will reward players that work their ***** off and develop into special players. Also, there is an absolute psychological advantage to having him in the backfield. The line knows he rarely goes down at first contact. And he’s just an intimidating looking dude. When he gets in space, defensive backs don’t want to tackle him. I truly believe that he can just break the spirit of a defense in a way that almost no other back can. With that said, he benefitted from Tannehill, just as much if not more, than Tannehill benefitted from Henry. RT puts pressure on a defense with his legs, the edge can’t crash down hard on the outside zone run because of that threat. His arm allows us to test defenses deep and take advantage of stacked boxes. In the end, my problem with people wanting to let Henry walk OR willing to let RT go and sign Brady is simple. Why? Why is it even something we should consider? We just went 9-4 with three of the losses coming to good/great teams (and in two of them, Henry was hurt) with the two of them serving as the focal points of one of the highest scoring offenses in football. If we were in a rough spot cap-wise, maybe it’s a discussion worth having. But we can pretty easily get to nearly $80 million in cap space, we can retain every major FA over the next couple years without any real issue. Sure, we might not be able to make splash moves in FA, but that’s what happens when you’re a good team.
  8. From "The Guy of the Guy"

    New England had a good OL. They also had a run game, it just consists of safe, stat padding swing passes to running backs. Which I guess is why we’re talking about his passing yards? Tannehill could throw 35 times a game if we turned half of our run attempts into immediate throws to talented, shifty running backs in space. And Tannehill wouldn’t have won half the games Brady did in New England last year? Hilarious. If you remove the pick six, the Patriots allowed 17 or fewer points in 14 of 17 games last year. In fact, Brady lost every single game in which the defense allowed more than 20 points. If you watched Tannehill last year and think he couldn’t win the same amount of games, you’ve lost your mind. They allowed 14 or fewer points in 10 of their first 11 games, hell, Marcus could have QB’d them to 10-1.
  9. From "The Guy of the Guy"

    I imagine that this is how you and @TitanLegend felt with the Henry argument, except I find this one far crazier given that there isn’t any emotional attachment involved.
  10. From "The Guy of the Guy"

    I think our chances of winning a SB are much higher with Tannehill than Brady. And sure. Nick Foles won a SB. Jimmy G is about to play in one. 2019 Tom Brady won one.
  11. From "The Guy of the Guy"

    With the greatest coach in NFL history and the best defense in football? Probably win a Super Bowl. Definitely put up more than 13 points on our average defense.
  12. From "The Guy of the Guy"

    Wait, we’re talking big picture while advocating a 43 year old QB that has gotten worse down the stretch in each of the last two seasons and has never played for anyone other than literally the greatest coach in the history of football? Brady isn’t good anymore. That’s what it comes down to. He’s a thoroughly average QB with no mobility, constantly diminishing arm strength, and he doesn’t see the field as well as he used to. Add in that our passing game thrived in large part because of Tannehill’s success throwing into tight windows (ranked in the the top five in pass attempt percentage in tight windows and led the league by a wide margin in completion percentage above expectation) and I’m just not sure where a weak armed Brady is a better fit.
  13. From "The Guy of the Guy"

    At this point, I’m convinced that the gameplans in the playoff (which is in no way a sustainable offense for a full season) have somehow made people forget just how good Tannehill was this year. Every classic stat and advanced metric supports that.
  14. From "The Guy of the Guy"

    Man, we’re either vastly underrating Tannehill or Arthur Smith is apparently a generational kind of offensive mind if we can plug almost any QB into his system and replace the production of someone that led the entire league in rating and YPA while going 9-4.
  15. From "The Guy of the Guy"

    Oh yeah, with Brady, we’re looking at a complete overhaul of our offensive system. For an aging QB that’s on a noticeable decline. He’s not running a PA heavy offense built around intermediate and deep passing with zone read looks and a bunch of plays designed to move the pocket.