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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Nov 23, 2020.
I can't think of a bigger game the Titans have had since... uh... the last time they played.
Hopefully a different result this time
Henry needs to become Colt killer
Ok hope people are realistic about this game. It isn’t a must win. The season isn’t over with a loss. It’s a winnable game if they don’t make mistakes but the season is no where near over with a loss.
Very true, even with a loss there's still a chance at the div, albeit a difficult road. A very real chance at a wc. And they may end up adding another wildcard on top of that. Still would be a huge win no doubt.
I would have been happier if the Packers hadn’t wet the bed
After what happened in the first meeting, I would expect Vrabel and Bowen will be more aggressive on defense. They cannot sit back again and hope Rivers will make mistakes when he faces no pressure
The Thursday night game demonstrated that the Colts were content with dinking and dunking down the field as it kept their offense on the field and kept Henry off the field.
If we continue to play our corners 10 yards off the ball, the result will be the same. Again hope Adoree and Fulton are back and we can jump some of those slants and screens.
Pressure from the DL is key. The Colts OL was holding play after play down the stretch of the Packers game.
Minimizing the impact of the Colts TEs will be an issue with Brown out.
Can't hurt themselves on special teams and need to disrupt routes long enough for the DL to get Rivers moving in the pocket.
Offensively, they ran the ball well against the Colts. The Titans need to avoid getting one-dimensional because of field position or getting down by a couple of TDs.
We're going to "bend them over " like we did last season ...
we are gonna hit rivers so hard it will correct his Messed up throwing motion