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Chocolateman78

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  1. From "The Guy of the Guy"

    The difference is they signed an obvious bust in Williams to a multi year deal at a starter salary. Had they gave him the one year prove it deal he deserved, the Williams experiment would stink less. Same is true with White, even for people high on him I don't think anyone wants the Titans to sign him to a multi year deal at starter level money like they did Williams.
  2. Arthur Smith promoted to OC

    All of this.
  3. Arthur Smith promoted to OC

    It makes sense. continuity is more important than alot of fans want to acknowledge. People worry about Marcus learning a new offense, but guys like Davis, Taylor, Henry and the have to learn new offenses as well and as we saw this year, they were slow to adjust to the new scheme. Fans wanted a big name connected to a great offense, or at least a guy who national media proclaimed a "QB guru" Again it makes sense. Some guys who maybe were bigger splashes could have left us in the same spot next year. Looking for a new OC because ours got poached for HC. And for all we know, he's the next offensive phenom. Guys like Sean McVay, Josh McDaniels, and Kyle Shannahan weren't just born directing great offenses, they were all in positions like Arthur Smith before and they eventually ascended. The only diffrerence is he doesn't have an exclusive history working with QB's. Plus... even if this hiring proves to be terrible. You can go into the 2020 looking to match a brand new OC with a brand new QB
  4. Titans OC Search

    Why are people surprised, this has been standard Titans practice on front office moves since they’ve been in Nashville. National media has virtually no ear into the Titans FO. So when you see national guys reporting things, they’re getting the info from agents, not the Titans. Or they’re just talking out of their rear like Jason LaCanfora. It could just be that the front office stresses confidentiality in their dealings with agents. This same frustration will pop up during free agency when the lack of ‘rumors’ will lead fans to assume the front office is not making moves. the only guy who ever felt had a reliable ear within that team was Jim Wyatt and the Titans deaded that years ago by hiring him.
  5. Week 17 Colts vs. Titans

    Oh yea, cuz ole Fitzmagic definitely wouldn't throw a head scratching INT in crunch time of a game you desperately need to win...
  6. Week 17 Colts vs. Titans

    Its not personal, but its a bottom line business. Your best ability is availability. He's missed some crucial moments due to injury. And we're on the verge of making a franchise defining decision about him.
  7. Week 17 Colts vs. Titans

    So assuming he doesn't play.. and we lose. This will be the 2nd time in 4 years that a late season Mariota injury cost us a shot at the playoffs. Lets not forget that when he broke his ankle in 2016 we were in the heart of the division race. At this point, there's no way you can justify giving him the big extension he could have drawn this offseason.
  8. Week 14 Jags vs. Titans

    Had to work during the game, but was watching on my Ipad. Leave the room for a second, missed the fumble and 55 yd TD run. Upon replay... Jalen Ramsey is the biggest front runner in the league and is legitimately afraid of Derrick Henry in the open field. Ramsey had every opportunity to stop or slow Henry on that 55 yd run. Had him dead to rights as he cut back. Henry ran right around him, Ramsey never touched him. That's fear. Film session gonna be tough in DUUUUVAAAALLLLL tomorrow. Ramsey is the epitome of his FSU brethren Deion Sanders. Probably the most gifted athlete at the position... but soft as warm cookie dough. and a mouth that never closes.
  9. Week 9 GDT: Titans at Cowboys

    I second this. I hate the contrac they gave him. ZBS was supposed to make him better, it didn't.
  10. Week 9 GDT: Titans at Cowboys

    Butler's play is infuriating to me. Its like he's not self aware of his own limitations. Both TDs were egregious technique mistakes. The Amari Cooper one was bad because he gave up outside leverage by being over aggressive on his jam. If Cooper releases inside on a slant. Kenny Vaccaro is literally standing right in his path in a short zone. Butler should know where his help is and there for realize that he has to protect against any out breaking route. The over aggressive jam caused him to lose outside leverage and Cooper took advantage of it on that whip route. He lost outside leverage, and you see that he's not athletic enough to flip his hips, change his direction and make up space when beaten. Amari easily beat him to the plylon. Now I do think Butler settled down. Amari only had 5/58/1. However that could also be because a poorly managed Cowboy's offense made a mistake not feeding him more. I'm terrified at what Butler will face this weekvs Brady and Co.
  11. Week 9 GDT: Titans at Cowboys

    There's no way. He's our best corner. And 10 mill a year for a CB whose covering at a high level is a bargain. He's essentially playing two positions by playing outside in base and moving inside in nickle. Heck his versatility is a saving grace considering the expectation was likely for Butler and Jackson to start full time outside. Forget INTs, notice that Ryan took Prescott's favorite WR, Cole Beasley, virtually out of the game. He's not playing at an All Pro level, but he's DEFINITELY earning every bit of his salary.
  12. Week 9 GDT: Titans at Cowboys

    Yea I'm not gonna bash the guy working with only 1 OLB who is a legit pass rush threat. And even Landry has been quiet of late.
  13. Week 9 GDT: Titans at Cowboys

    Hard to do when nobody can stop Demarcus Lawrence.
  14. Week 9 GDT: Titans at Cowboys

    My 1st half overreactions... 1. I may owe Marcus an apology. Some big boy throws being made out there. 2. Malcolm butler shouldn't be on the field any more. He is a liability. Let Sims be the outside nickleback. In fact cut him now. I feel like the cap penalty is a net positive at this point.
  15. Around the NFL

    I don't understand this false notion that Marcus and Lefluer would get the same level of production out of Gordan as Josh McDaniels and the GOAT. People also forget that the thing that got Gordan traded was him injuring his hamstring at a non team related photoshoot, then allegedly showed up high to practice the next day.
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