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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 19, 2021.
What about Craig Krenzel…think that was the worst I can remember.
I just disagree. It’s something the fans have made a thing out of because you think losing to a backup is some huge negative. Some of y’all make more out of it. It I wonder how many backups have beaten bad football teams, which this Titans team is not. That is my point. A lot of QBs beat our 2-14 teams.
But there should be no argument that we would rather face Eason than Wentz.
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worst one I remember... phonies were sucking4luck... locked down 1st overall week before that game IIRC...
yep 0-13 phonies behind don brown & orvlosky beat Titans by 2 TDs... Fing pathetic
FYI. Titans beat Cody Kessler 30-9. 58% completions, 43 attempts for 240 yards .. wouldn’t call that torched. But maybe you do.
Titans beat Kessler all 3 times he played them.
That was the game. Couldn’t remember who their QB was that day, but that is among the most embarrassing losses for this franchise.
0-13 ponies with orlovsky ended a potential playoff season.
I appreciate the sentiment and maybe you have a point for recent history at least, but you did give me a small project. I’m going to go through the last 21 years and find all the backup QB games, our record, and any context that game may have held.
It very well could be a poker memory, we remember the bad beats but often forget some of the big wins.
Titans had Hasselbeck at QB and were 7-7 at that point. Not a very good team. Dan Orlovsky went for 11-17 for 82 yards passing that day, DAMN what a torching.
It was a game the Titans shouldn’t have lost but it wasn’t the “ backup” QB torching us that did it.
Leaf was 13 of 24 that day for a awesome 179 yards and no TDs and the Titans lost 13-7. Leaf was the starter, not a backup.
take those Ls easy do you???
Hey Mods, can we move these posts to the ancient history thread and not the we just came back from a crappy first half and beat the Seahawks thread?