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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Dangermode, Sep 12, 2022.
J. Johnson - 2 tkls and 0.5 sack
J. Ruckert - did nothing
3 for 55 translates to one of the best rookie WR the titans have ever had.
51 catches for 935 yards. Maybe Kendall Wright, AJ Brown, and Kenny Britt did better than that. Pretty short list and not far behind what any of them did.
I think Burks will get better as the season goes along...I really like what I saw from Philips...need to lose Hollister though...wonder how Gordon is looking at practice?
I like both, but it was against the Giants.
I want to see full seasons from both and at least enough shown to prove the team can be set for a couple years.
teams are going to continue to DARE us to throw... now more than ever -- at least with Julio and AJ you had legitimate 'pick your poison' threats to choose from.... that just got hip checked by injuries.
Pardon me if I don't get excited yet about Burks, NWI, and Woods being able to scare the DC enough to bring a nickel safety out of the box..... and TE?.....yeah a whole other story.
We knew from the moment AJ got on the field vs the Browns in 2019 that he was legit. Yet to see anything from Burks but taking a wide open drag for a TD in a preseaosn game.
It’s tough because on one hand, AJ was going to be overpaid, but on the other hand, it’s a quarterback and receiver league, literally every contender last year had an elite receiver. Whenever DH22 looks human in the postseason, we lose.
Justin Jefferson is a beast, will be getting a huge payday soon.
His first career TD was against guess who?
Now an “elite” QB isn’t the requirement, an “elite” QB AND WR are necessary?
Rams, who won, didn’t have an elite QB.
Coincidence doesn’t mean required. No team requires either to win the SB.
Most elite QB’s have an elite receiver lol. Uhh, put some respect on Stafford’s name. He is a top 10 QB that wasted most of his career in Detroit.