Fisher Says Titans Improved Since Last Jags Meeting

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by, Dec 13, 2006.

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  1. rock8titans

    rock8titans Starter


    The Jags are good for a bad game, that's been their deal all year. Win a few, lose a few, win one, lose one. They haven't won more than 2 games in a row the whole entire year. Talk about inconsistency. I wouldn't be so confident pal. Anger can be a good motivator, I'm sure they remember how the Jags embarrassed the Titans last time. Payback's a _____.
  2. FBT

    FBT Starter

    Anger can also cause mistakes, which is what we anticipate.

    The Jags lack of consistency is something that has been a knock, but only because they were struggling to find an identity on offense. They've found that, which doesn't bode well for the worst defense in the NFL.
  3. rock8titans

    rock8titans Starter

    In case you didn't realize, the Colts this year have one of the worst run defenses in the history of the NFL. Heard it on the radio this morning. Their pass offense is pretty much NON-EXISTENT and a non-factor. Plus the Jags are not at home, but rather on the road where they struggle. You best be hoping they get the running game going or it's over.
  4. Broken Record

    Broken Record Biscuit Eater Staff

    Anything, of course, can happen, but what should happen is a very good game. If Haynesworth and Smith are going to be an effective run stopping duo they need to prove it Sunday. I think they have the potential to play very well together against the run, but it hasn't come fully together yet. Taylor and Jones-Drew are both excellent backs. If we can contain their running game, we can contain most anyone's. If they are able to run at will on us, it's going to be a long day.

    Vince Young has done some amazing things. Anxious to see what kind of scheme the Jags come up with. We've seen a lot of different things the last few weeks. Teams have tried to keep him in the pocket, teams have dropped back and tried to force him to throw, teams have put a spy on him, none of that has been effective. He's too fast for most linebackers and too big for most DBs.

    The Jags D is scary good. I'm ready to see if Young can work against them at this stage of his career. If he can show those same flashes against the Jaguars D then I'm ready to vote him ROY.
  5. Blazing Arrow

    Blazing Arrow The 12th man

    Completely agree. On tap this week are the Jags playoff chances. It's better this way though. You do not have to get blown out in the first playoff game like last season.
  6. Sledge

    Sledge Guest

    Well, unless there's a monsoon like there was in Jax a month ago, things should be very different...
  7. Sledge

    Sledge Guest

    Touché... :ha:
  8. OswegoTitan41

    OswegoTitan41 Starter

    good to hear

    absolutely we're a better team than last time, chalk up a win for tenny, vince young for rookie of the year? potential pro bowl? i think so
  9. KamikaZ

    KamikaZ Ex-Hall of Famer

    The fact that this team has some swagger, plus the fact that the Jaguars are about as tame as they come away, tells me victory is a real possibility this weekend.
  10. 4andershv

    4andershv Camp Fodder

    Great analysis.

    However, I do not share your degree of optimism.

    So far Haynesworth and Smith have given us no reason to think that we are good run stoppers and facing the (arguably) best running offense in the league we are bound to have tremendous problems this Sunday.

    In addition we might be without our greatest running threat (Henry).

    I think our only hope is that the Jags have one of their (many) off-days and VY keeps on being invinceable
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