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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Ensconatus, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. Ensconatus

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    Miller lead the league from OLB pressures. Ayers could def play that role.
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  2. Titans2004

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    I'd like to see stats about our run stopping. I think this is what we really need to improve. Seemed to me that we allowed teams to get in 2nd and 3rd and short situations a bunch because of our inability to stop the run with our front 7 and the piss poor play of our safeties.

    I think a stud NT/DT type is what we need.

    Ayers is the perfect 3-4 OLber and Brown has shown he knows how to rush the Qb as well. We have the personnel to run more 3-4 looks.
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  5. Smash

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    What about missed tackles? - From my point of view, that was the ongoing cause throughout the season. Way too many missed tackles, defenders just getting their arms around a player with out bringing him down or simply jump right past - bad angles perhaps (Greys defense)?
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  6. Ensconatus

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    Griffin --22
    Ayers --15
    Brown --12
    Verner --11
    Babs --11
    Marks --8
    McCarthy --7
    McCourty --7


    Yeah it was a problem. And griffin lead the lead... Go figure.
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  7. Ensconatus

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    Those 22 missed tackles lead the nfl for safeties. And for PFFs overall grade he was bottom three in the league with a (-17.2)
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  8. Ensconatus

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    Offensive line PFF grades. Zero is the average grade.

    Roos - overall (27.8) run block (2.7) pass block (23.6)

    Stewart - overall (11.3) run block (0.9) pass block (13.8)

    Velasco - overall (13.0). Run block (8.1) pass block (5.6)

    Those are our only positive grade O Linemen. Velasco grading out on the positive is actually nice to see. I'd like to know which games he played center for us and which he played guard tho. I can't find that but if someone knows.
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  9. Ensconatus

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    Regardless those numbers suggest that we need two guards. Velasco is solid at C and our tackles are both in the upper echelon of the league.

    Free agent target?

    Andy Levitre - overall (17.3) pass block (16.2) run block (-0.7)
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  10. steverife

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    Yes. He ripped Kenny Britt's leg off and ate it.
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