Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by JCBRAVE, Nov 5, 2013.
-'s make it look like I'm giving them all minuses. A- B- C-
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The rams game was a disgrace. But the rams front 4 is legit too.
Muchak (B-) definitely seems to be doing better!
Yeah, when it comes to rushing the passer, which they did very effectively. That defense is terrible against the run. We didn't do anything to that team that no one else in the league isn't doing to them on a weekly basis.
Exactly. The Seahawks for whatever reason didn't run lynch nearly enough. We just bullied them on the run. The rams were running well on The Seahawks D as well. Which I would suggest is more talented (front 7) than ours.
The Bucs just ran for 205 against the Seahawks in Seattle. There's just something wrong with that team right now.
Locker - B+
CJ - C
Greene - C- (inj)
Mooney - C+
Britt - F
Washington - B-
Wright - B+
Walker - B
D-Will - C+
Hunter - C
Roos - C+
Warmack - C
Levitre - C+
Stewart - C-
Schwenke - C+
Turner - D-
Morgan - B
Pitoitua - B-
Wimbley - D
Lee Hill - C-
Johnson - C
Casey - B+
Klug - C-
Martin - C- (disappointing - never on the field)
Brown - B
Ayers - C+
Fokou - B-
Mccarthy - B- (potential to jump up if he keeps playing, and playing the way he has in 2 starts)
Verner - A
Mccourty - B+
Sensabaugh - C+
Campvbell - C-
Griffin - B
Pollard - B+
Wilson - C+
Bironas - C
Kern - B+
Jake: B, stepping up as our leader and is getting better as passer knows when to use legs
CJ: D, bad line play is the reason but still no excuse for weak production
Walker: C, done well despite limited opportunities
Nate: B, reliable as always and still leads by example
Kendall: A, dude has been great almost every time he touches the ball, YAC monster
Roos: C, definitely not as good as he once was but still the best OL we have
Levitre: F, huge disappointment, gets manhandled worse than our rookies do
Schwenke: C, has a long way to go but doing well
Warmack: C, same boat as Schwenke
Stewart: D, has been very disappointing but hopefully it's due to injury, one of my favorites
Overall, our O gets a D. Even though Dowell's playcalling has been trash at times we should still be putting 28+ points every week.
Here's my thoughts. I don't believe in either adding a + or -.
QB - C
The miss in Houston on the short slant is about as bad as it gets. He was above average to excellent from the game-winner against the Chargers up to the injury. I haven't seen anything since but average play when the game meant anything. Fitz really drops this to almost a D.
RB - D
With the exception of the Rams game, CJ has a couple of screens to hang his hat on. YPC avg has been a joke. Greene hasn't played enough to be a factor.
WR/TE - C
Wright gets a B but every other WR is C or below. TE play has been very average to below most of the season.
OL - D
If not for the Rams game, they'd gotten an F. Turner was horrible. Warmack isn't close. Stewart has regressed. It's improved the last two games but they had no where to go but up, IMO.
DE - C
Pitoitua has surprised but Morgan has been average and Wimbley below.
DT - C
Casey is solid against the pass but not strong against the run. Hill, Martin and Mookie are all just average to below.
LB - C
Ayers and Brown have been disappointments. McCarthy has been average. Fokou actually played decent before getting hurt. This unit was a B up to the last three games.
S - B
I think Pollard has given the defense a dimension they've not had. Griffin is having a solid season. Wilson has been a nice add as well.
CB - B
Verner gets the lone A on the team. McCourty has also been solid.
K/P - B
Kern has been good but the drops were brutal. Bironas has regressed.
Coaches/Coordinators - C
What you'd expect with a 4-4 team. I find the adjustments coming out the second half against the Rams the most encouraging thing I've seen so far this season.
Munchak B- | seems to be doing better!
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