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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by ckk0813, Oct 15, 2019.
Mariota is free. Let him do it.
Im just sayin hump is no better.
Let’s consider that neither actually return the ball much.
AJ25 has 3 recorded returns this season in 6 games as returner.
Hump has 7 recorded returns over the 3 he has played PR.
AJ has 26 yards
Hump has 37
Yes AJ’s avg is slightly higher (8.7 vs 5.3) but he only actually returns the ball once every 2 games. They both have a fumble, 1 was lost.
I think removing AJ from these duties also carries back into last year when he makes questionable decisions like fair catches or when to get away from the ball instead of trying to return from inside the 10.
And here’s the problem with our fan base. People who don’t watch games and feel compelled to comment. I bet you think Mariota played a great game on Sunday.
Hes talented enough that I dont mind him tryin to return the ball from the 10 if it's there. Just saying dude is a playmaker with the ball in his hands and he should get a chance on kickoffs or punts. Kind of ridiculous we use a roster spot for a kick returner only in jenning .
AJ25 has the unearned reputation of being a playmaking returner. He makes as many bad plays as any of the few good returns he ever made. I honestly don’t recall any significant great plays he ever made. But I sure remember several bad ones.
I can name several. Everytime hes gotten the ball on offense it went for a big play. In college he showed it too at returning and on offense. Hump is awful back there
OK name them. I’ll name the muffs, the bad decisions for fielding and missing. I can go one on one.
What he did in college doesn’t mean chit- this is the NFL. Completely different caliber of opposition.
I don’t want AJ returning punts but I wish we would let him play some snaps on offense every now and then. In the past it seems like he always made good plays, that was before Vrabel came along though.
The special teams and gimmick plays wear him down. He is more valuable as a fresh cornerback.