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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by lilkhmerkid4u, Jun 19, 2017.
It wont change at all, last year we actually passed more than we ran the ball. Titans might hit around 54% -57% passing this year but since we have a 2 headed backfield its probably going to be about 50/50.
Passing - https://www.teamrankings.com/nfl/stat/passing-play-pct
Rushing - https://www.sportingcharts.com/nfl/stats/team-rushing-play-percentage/2016/
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I was a bit shocked when I saw the below...
Its funny we have a rep of being 'all about the run',but we are much more balanced than people think.
Tuned in to ESPN on the TV and turned it up while I was doing work in another room earlier this week, because I knew they were suppose to be covering a season preview for Titans.
And I heard "Titans O-line isn't quite on that elite level, but they were pretty good last season." I could only laugh and hope that Lewan & Co. were watching. lol If there's 1 part of the team I have zero worries about going into 2017, it's the O-line.
7th in sacks allowed, 2nd in QB hits allowed, 3rd in rush yards, 1st in red zone offense in the league ... hopefully we can improve on that group of guys we had in those spots last year, so we can be elite.
don't we have enough to do 8 wide ?
Not really lol.. harry douglas only needs to be around for if we meet Denver in the playoffs for Chris Harris and Aqib Talib
I know youre joking but for the fool out there thinking we should go 8-wide, thats not a legal formation lol
Its Josh Kline if anything. He is the weak link in that chain.
We could stand a good chance at being even better up front if he were replaced sometime soon...
Every year. Gotta love the optimism tho. Titanup