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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titanfanatic, Aug 24, 2019.
If that was a joke, I'm not laughing.
That's sooooo Titans luck.
Colts fans right now:
what's that celine dion song from the last second TD win of Clemson over Bama...
My Heart Will Go On... lmao
I had a similar thing happen to me- LOL. I exclaimed "Holy ****!" and she was interested until I told her it was about football.
Regardless feel a little bad for the guy. He rather not play at all then have to play through injuries.
So moving forward here's the measuring stick ...
If Brissett finishes with better stats than Marcus , then kick rocks.
Or is this the new expedition? Marcus to “try” and have better stats than Jacoby ...
Agree that this is likely his motivation, and
Understand this point....I guess my first answer would be that this is sad for the NFL. At this point, for a variety of reasons (safety, salary expectations, post career opportunities, personal reasons, others), it is more personally advantageous to leave the league than it is to stay for him.
This is something that the league will need to figure out pretty quickly IMO.
While I like Brisset, this is a bit over the top IMO.
Also, as worried as I am of the Colts tanking and getting another solid QB, I feel their roster is too good to be worst than some of the teams in the NFL. They'd have to heavily trade up, just like we would.
The rest of the roster was not very good around the guy. I always thought he was a bit overrated, but the roster is pretty well rounded at this point. Luck could have given them a legit shot over the next 5 years. Now that won't be the case though.
Colts were literally built right now to win for the long run.
This really has to hurt the Colts and their fans..
He had a better QB rating as a starter in 17 despite being with the team for 1 week, and it being a bad team. Mariota's lack of development and production has always been a bigger issue than Luck.