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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titanfanatic, Sep 8, 2019.
Any idea what they projected last year?
1. Zeke 1,236.6 yards, 8.5 TDs
2. Saquan 1,218.9 yards, 8.2 TDs
3. Mixon 1,045.3 yards, 5.5 TDs
4. Henry 1,030 yards, 6 TDs
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Just a tad off on the tds for henry...
And the yards! That’s like 1/3 off his rushing total.
Line gets better and more experience...only fitting to cut his totals lol. I guess they are figuring that defenses figure him out and Darrynton takes some snaps away. Good luck with that....
You think hes a lock to beat 1,540 yards? There's a chance, but history says he won't. Also, I dont think the line got better. For the long term, probably.. for 2020, no.
I think we see a similar OL to last year where they struggle earlier in the year but start looking good in the middle/towards the end of the year.
At some point every group will struggle
Early it was the OLine, then the OLBs, then the secondary. Henry wasnt wowing anyone for half the year either.
The WRs were all over the place too. DL kinda never did anything. And dont get me going on the kicking game.
So yes, we will see pretty similar play from the Oline
Add the possibilities of no training camps and we’re sure to see some much lower quality NFL games at the start of the season. I really expect all areas on all teams to struggle at first.
Well we have a simple offense and are returning 90% of the starters so we'll be fine
And i would assume there will be a camp. NY is allowing pro teams to start training now. Other states will follow