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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Big TT, Nov 6, 2006.

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  1. Big TT Pro Bowler

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    When the other team is laughing on the field you that should tell you something. I quit counting the number of jag players that were laughing when shown in closeups by the cameras. They really could have named a score against schwartzie'd and gotten it. The run d was once again a joke, even in the "burn the clock" time at the end when everyone in the state of florida knew what was coming schwartzie's d still got gashed by a guy that can't be much over 5 ft tall. Strangely although we still occupy 32nd position in the total d standing statistically we improved our per game of yards allowed. Garrard is not a real NFL qb but he certainly looked the part today, I guess you can't blitz Garrard either huh?:suspect:
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    In fairness to him.

    No Pacman

    Woolfolk pitched a game that showed why he'll be stacking shelves at Walmart real soon. I doubt he could be trusted to do that without constant supervision.

    Lamont 'came out' on a field goal attempt but otherwise was well,Lamont.

    Thornton was limited due to his injury.

    Sirmon left snail trails all over the field & even tagged Bulluck pretty hard coming in late on a tackle but did little of use.

    Tulloch was exciting to watch in a headless chicken kind of way.

    The line was very thin so they got little rest.

    Fisher distracted Jimbo by also wearing a red hat.

    He had to cope with the adversity of standing out there in warm rain,it looked much worse on Jimbo's side of the field.
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    Also in fairness:

    When your QB can't hit the broad side of a barn and looks color blind, it's tough on the defense. They did manage to hold the Jags to a FG on 1st and goal inside the 5 after one pick.

    Woolfolk certainly didn't step up either, but did anyone really think he would?

    Earnest Wilford --> :jump:
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    Yea but Wilford beats everyone.:))
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    Brian...

    Youngs two big intercepts didn't hurt the defense because the jags scored and gave the ball right back to us.

    The stats are not horrible but this was the 20th ranked offense we played. As you joked garrard to wilford will never be comparable to manning to harrison or montana or young to rice. Garrard is a decent QB and they don't have a first rate WR. Their TEs and backs are pretty good.

    Of course schwartz isn't alone we gave up on running the ball before the game started even though stroud was out and henderson played little.
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    :yes:

    He looked like Arnaz Battle out there.
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    If this jerk doesn't get fired at the end of the season, I'm going to become a Colts fan...












    j/k :(
  7. Gut Starter

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    Question...

    Anyone have a good reason why Schwartz hasn't already been fired after this first half...considering the horrendous defensive stats AND the strong addition of talent?

    Gut
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    He's the only one on the staff who knows how to turn on a computer?
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    No, nobody has a good reason and that includes Jeff Fisher.
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