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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Tungtide, Mar 2, 2022.
That's exactly how it's gonna feel in the playoffs next year after we lose in the first round.
Having a short memory is an important asset for athletes as moping about a bad play negatively effects your performance. Tiger Woods has a 10 step rule to force himself to forget bad shots and that seems to have worked well for him.
Totally agree. One good thing about RT is that he does seem to move past a bad outcome. The bad thing is that he doesn't appear to learn from it.
Big difference between getting over a bad play or game than smirking immediately after an INT.
It doesn't matter. His reaction isn't going to make him play better or worse.
VY used to mope on the sidelines sometimes too and it never made him any better.
Come on man.. anyone who thinks Tannehill wasnt busted up over his play is fooling themselves.
I'm sure RT has had a bunch of time to digest how his performance has effected his team. He may not say it to us, but i bet he's had to come to terms with how his poor performance cost his teammates. The thing to remember is KC only made it one game beyond the Titans, losing to the same Bengals. Those guys lost to a team that RT helped level in the regular season- without Henry. His performance in the divisional round was bad, but it seems too easy to dismiss the rest of his body of work in Tennessee. He needs to improve, take it to the next level. I guess we will see if he is able to do so- the same goes for our OC. A lot of this is at the footsteps of Todd Downing, as well, as well as JRob for not replacing key elements from the previous years. An injured Julio doesn't replace star tight end, a slot receiver and a burner- all lost before last season.