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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Tungtide, Oct 17, 2020.
Rodgers 》Tannehill..both playing great but its Rodgers that is the better QB
Not sure. My experience is limited to this league.
FYI, Fantasy points today:
Lamar Jackson: 28.24 (186 Yards, 2 Total TDs)
Ryan Tannehill: 28.56 (364 yards, 4 TDs, 1INT).
Jackson has a late 50 yd run for a TD too.
At that point, dude had 85 yards passing.
Jackson, from a fantasy standpoint, is just an extra RB.
from a reality standpoint, he’s just a RB and mediocre QB.
Everyone forgetting that Mahommes is surrounded by an All-Madden team, basically?
Literally 3 dudes wide open every play, basically. And even his RBs can catch.
Sorry- any QB would look great in that offense. Especially with one of the best offensive coaches in NFL history at the helm.
Let's hope Tanne doesn't play like Rodgers did last night at any point this season.
Aaron played like Ginger Rogers yesterday.
Some THill franchise stats:
3 weeks ago he passed both Billy Volek and Don Trull in yards to move to 14th with 4110 (17 games).
Before the season ends he should be passing:
Cody Carlson - 4469 (45 games)
Chris Chandler - 4559 (25 games)
Matt Hasselbeck - 4938 (24 games)
Jake Locker - 4967 (30 games)
Pete Beathard - 5128 (31 games)
Ken Stabler - 5190 (29 games)
after that is tall for this season but possible, KC - 6804.
In TD, THill ranks #7 with 35 just passing Don Trull (29), Chris chandler(33), and KFC (33) over the last 2 games.
VY - 42
MM - 76 , probably next year, maybe even 2 years.
it does pay off to be a “Tanny” though:
THill #1 - 7.6
Tanney #2 - 7.1
#1 Tanney/Dave Kreig 0.0
#2 Clipboard HeyZues - 1.1
#3 THill - 1.7
#1 Tanney - 71.4 (technicalLy James Ritchey was a QB, 2/2)
#2 THill - 70.2
#1 THill - 116.0
#2 Tanney - 114.9
Could care less about fantasy but THill has been Brady like with his late game drives.
Give me 5 names you'd definitely rather have in Tennessee over Tannehill for the next 4 years.
...and that's it.
Watson? Maybe. Dak? Also, maybe. Josh Allen? no thanks. Murray? nope. These young guys have a high ceiling, but they're nowhere near as stable as he's been since he started here.
He's in his prime right now and it's not a fluke or something he's going to regress from. He's seeing the defense, puts the ball in precise spots, utilizes his weapons very effectively, and is exactly what this offense needs.