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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titanfanatic, Sep 12, 2018.
Thats impressing, considering both of our tackles are injured.
Hilarious, considering certain people were complaining about the lack of push in the middle.
Again another reason why PFF is hard to trust. How any of our DB’s made the list after getting torched all game is beyond me.
Receivers were wide open all game long. The best coverages were Adoree’s pick and the Fuller TD. Other than that the closest defenders was not even on the screen when these dudes were catching passes.
On most of those, it was lack of pass rush allowing receivers to get open. The Hopkins td in particular, i saw a highlight that had a timer and Watson had over 6 seconds to throw. Im pretty sure the NFL avg is under 3 seconds, the db really has no chance to keep up that long.
Thank goodness we got Vrabel instead of Steve Wilks. We've got an innovative OC , and they have tired ass Mike McCoy who averages 3 PPG with Bradford, David Johnson, and Fitzgerald.
Sure there were plays like that but we had 4 sacks and 10 QB hits. I don’t think we can really blame the pass rush for the db’s troubles. At least not all of them.
Vrabel talked about how they changed up how the ends rushed too. They did contain plays vs straight pass rushes.
The #Titans' makeshift offensive line allowed only three pressures on Sunday. The unit’s 95.1 pass-blocking efficiency this season is the highest in the league per pff.
This is not so much about how great the line play was, but how great the game plan was, super duper quick passes, never hold the ball.