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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titanfanatic, Oct 15, 2019.
Go back to Oregon please, and while your at it, pick up Marcus bags. He sucks. Get over it.
Tanny will make a brilliant play, then turn right around and do something so inexplicably stupid you just won't believe it. He's the living embodiment of inconsistent and unpredictable. All Tennessee did when they got him was duplicate Marcus.
Tanny may give us a brief spark, but it won't be long before he's exposed for what he is. Which is not a franchise QB.
We need a franchise QB in the draft. Scrubinson has to do everything to land us one. No questions asked. If he fails, he deserves to get fired.
TRANNY soon be ded behind this Oline. RIP TRANNY
They made him the same size he came into the NFL as
What's with you guys...? Marcus was missing receivers, not reading the defenses, finding pressure and getting sacked.. He was holding the team hostage in a sense.
This is a huge win for Titans fans. Now we may win some games and not waste the season. Marcus is broken
Marcus Mariota vs. Ryan Tannehill: Career analysis and comparison
Mariota has only thrown for 20-plus touchdowns once (26 in 2016). In fact, combining Mariota’s passing touchdown total from 2017 and 2018 (24) is still inferior to his career year from 2016. Since then, he has consistently regressed aside from a few bright moments here and there.
As for Tannehill, he has thrown for at least 24 touchdowns in a single season on three separate occasions (2013, 2014, 2015). His career-high is 27, one more than Mariota’s. He has not thrown more than 12 interceptions in a single season since 2013.
Both of these quarterbacks have played big in key moments throughout their career as well. In his five year career, Mariota has nine fourth quarter comebacks, and 11 game-winning drives — including the road playoff victory over the Chiefs. Tannehill, on the other hand, had 15 fourth quarter comebacks and 13 game-winning drives during his six years as the starter in Miami.
The excuse making for this guy knows no bounds. I've really never seen anything like it. I mean, I get it. He's a "good guy". He's a hard worker. He has so many of the qualities you should want in a franchise QB. Unfortunately he just doesn't have enough of the most important one... actual skill at the position.
I really hope Tanny fails. I want us to bring in one of the rookies and actually give us hope for the future. The worst case scenario is Tanny plays good enough for us to miss out on the top rated guys and we sit here as one of the bigger dumpster fires in the NFL.
If we don't make the playoffs, I'd rather be 2-14. Being average is the worst thing you can do in the NFL.
I totally agree, but that is how it designed....parity.....