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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by The Hammer, Oct 20, 2019.
He ain’t gonna just say Mary sucks n tannys good
Simmons with a sack on his first game is awesome to see!
man- that was an ugly win..
Tammy should ask for an extension now!
Oh and Simmons is pretty damn legit. He owned his man all game.
That's because he's right. He had all day and their D was depleted.
He's a beast. Can't wait til he's 100%
The ending was crazy! We got lucky but I’ll take it! Tanny looked great! Also Simmons looked great!! Let’s see if we can get 2 in a row!!
Seconded ! The prevent D on the Chargers prior possession was inexcusable, but Vrabel not challenging a clearly bad spot (not saying he would have won, but you have to challenge that spot on the 4th down BS play) and then not running time off the clock on the final SD possession gave them at least one, if not 2, more plays at the end there. We dodged a massive bullet today, never should have come down to that !
Liked what I saw for the most part out of Tanny and the offense was much better under him that MM. The O lone was better than it has been to this point, probably because Tanny was making quick decisions and throwing darts. All that said, I don't see us going on some crazy winning streak here, but hope I'm wrong about that !
Overall great game by Tannehill minus the couple of snap issues- nearly 80% completion rate, 300+ yards, laser after laser on target, and sorry but the interception should go Smith's stat line. I hate to say it but with MM under center that's probably a 30-10 or 30-13 loss, since our offense would have sputtered and our defense would have likely been on the field a helluva lot longer.
This coaching staff is still not doing our players any favors when it comes to game management decisions. The call to go full on prevent after going up 10 was a travesty and executed just as badly. Still think you've got to challenge the spot on Tannehill's sneak. And making Ekeler look like the second coming of Jerry Rice was inexcusable.