Titans @ Jags Game Thread

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 11, 2011.

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  1. titanflamer

    titanflamer Starter

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    The refs marked a bad spot, plus when the guy hit the ground he crawled forward a couple feet and caught the refs sleeping.
  2. Blue Gorilla

    Blue Gorilla will play Safety for food

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    Was I drunk or did I see Bironas attempt a 67 yard FG today?
  3. Hoffa

    Hoffa Not Family?Then freak you you freakin' freak

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    Both?...lol
  4. 2ToneBlueBlood

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    I think the key stat today was time of posession. It was 22 seconds away from being 40 mins to 20. As bad as TOP was last year, I don't think it was ever that bad, even against the Texans in Rusty's first start. I actually fault the offense for this instead of the defense. The offense just couldn't get anything going until it was too late. The defense stepped up several times.
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  5. skitch

    skitch Shut Up and Play Ball!

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    I've seen many good points/ summaries....and a TON of very bad ones.
    I'll just add....
    - Did Hasselbeck play great...NO.
    - Was he as awful as some moronic posts on here?.....ABSOLUTELY NOT.
    - The guy had to constantly tell receivers and "Mr Hold Out for Playmaker Money" where to freakin line up. He seemed to be one of the few on the field that actually might have had a clue as to what was going on. Unfortunately, he was the second best player we had today.
    - Coaching & play calling was AWFUL!
    - Clock management in the 4th was horrible!
    - Defense was GAWD AWFUL! The only reason the D "tightened up" was because Jacksonville got conservative. When they needed to get a 1st down to end the game, they did.
    - O-line is apparently very overrated.
    - CJ is running like last year.....dancing and waiting for every run to be a 80 yard hole. And don't give me the "he is not that type of runner" crap. He did it 2 years ago.
    - CJ and his holdout made him look even worse after today. Again....the QB had to tell him where to line up several times. Seems to me that the limited 3 or 4 weeks we did have would have been useful to him.
    - Mariani screwed up the last punt.
    -All of those blaming no one other than the QB, still swinging on CJ's sack even after today, and are calling for Locker after this one game.......have no clue!
    - Griffin is either really good or really bad. Today, he was bad.
    - Chris Hope seems to have lost a step or three.
    - Overall, I was totally disappointed in every aspect of this performance by EVERYONE involved. Britt was the highlight, but he had his mistakes as well.
    - It goes back to lack of effort and mistakes that frustrate. We looked LOST! I believe it was TitanJeff who posted something about "worst first half since the beat down by the Patriots a couple of years ago".....AMEN!
    - I'm hoping a little time will help, but we may be in for a very long season.
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  6. Alex1939

    Alex1939 Old Man Tip Jar Donor

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    100 degrees after a cool week of practice in Nashville plus almost 40 minutes of defense playing time.

    I blame the entire O for this one... Britt was the obvious exception, great game by him.
  7. titanflamer

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    WHile folks on here wanted CJ signed, I allways thought I would much rather have a RB who could get a sure 3 or 4 yds each carry, those negative carries kills drives.
  8. Titaneers

    Titaneers Ultimate Player

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    Ewww... the thought that CJ might be the reason we go 3 and out... and all that money we just paid him *facepalm...
  9. Eddyc85

    Eddyc85 Go Bucks!

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    I could have lived if we traded him. Saved us some big money and lets say you trade him to, I dunno Oakland, you get some picks and Michael Bush in return. That's not bad for us.
  10. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    No, the key stat was that 72% of our plays were passes.
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