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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Alex1939, Sep 29, 2013.
Berry IS scary though
I'm just glad that this is the last season I'll have to watch CJ twinkletoes.
He is no Charles that's for sure, but he is what we have.
If nobody is scared of CJ, why are they still stacking the box and opening up pass lanes?
He gave us what we needed vs Steelers. He had better than good games vs Texans and Chargers. He's laid 1 eggs this year, vs a top 5 rush D that stacked 11 in the box and let us torch them the entire game.
This week, he goes against a bottom-7 rush D, and will have himself another 90+ yd great game. Last time he faced a bottom-7 rush D, he had his season-long run, he had 90+ yds ... he is doing fine, this year. He isn't going to score the TDs, unless he breaks a homerun, cause we have 2 designated TD scorers at RB. Anytime he got us inside the 5-yd line, he was pulled (with the exception of the Lockers TD QB-draw play, when he was left in because he is the better blocker at RB).
The Chiefs have a LOT of speed on offense, and CJ has lost a step.
I am not looking forward to this game.
The teams aren't really stacking the box...
It is just a mix of poor blocking, uninspired play calling, and CJ overthinking things. I think he is so focus on going forward and trying to gain yards that he has lost the vision that made him so great.
I AM worried. Wouldn't be if we had Romo, Russ, or Kap. Fitz against this D SCARES me as does Charles outrunning that turtle Pollard for 6.
What does speed on offense have to do with CJ?
The one team that stifled our rush was Jets. To me, they had alot of players within 5 or 6 yds of the line. Could be wrong.
Chargers and Houston, I feel like CJ done what we needed from him. I would be more than happy if he performed like that every game. And the Chiefs D is ranked right down there with Houston and Chargers against the rush. I think this could be CJ's 1st 100+ yd game, especially since we will likely give him 25-30 carries with Locker out.