Monday Morning QB: Titans at Chargers Grades

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by, Sep 18, 2006.

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    SUMMARY: The Titans may have redefined the term "bad football" yesterday in their most lopsided defeat in 17 seasons. Sometimes stats lie. In this case, they don't tell us how bad it really was.

    The Titans went scoreless for the first three quarters for the second week in-a-row. They didn't even cross midfield until late in the third quarter. They managed one first down in the first half due to a questionable Chargers penalty. The Titans defense gave up 467 yards to the Chargers and now have given up 869 on the season.

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  2. fltitan

    fltitan Guest

    Great article but I thought your grades were a little to high across the board. Giving some areas an F was a better grade than they played.


    We have far too much talent to be playing like this. :grrr: >:(

    Something definitely stinks though and I think we know what it is....

  4. Titankid16

    Titankid16 Guest

    that was one of the worst performances iv seen by any team...the only thing to look forword to now is another high pick in the draft. iv always been supporting fisher too, but now im uncertain..the team looks confused w/ the system, and the team as a whole seems to b falling apart. we may not see a winning season in some years.
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