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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Dman5TX, Jun 6, 2021.
I agree with you.
I could not care less about fantasy football
I agree with most of it, but he is definitely off on Tannehills deep ball ability.
From a fantasy perspective, he will undoubtedly see a reduction in targets. Ryan has been been top 5 is passing attempts almost every year Julio has been there it seems like. Even if we throw the ball 10% more, Tanne still wouldn't crack the top 10 in passing attempts. Tanne would have to throw the ball more than 20% more in order to crack the top 5 in attempts from the 2020 season.
So I went over to Duval to see what they were saying and most think the Titans and Atlanta both came out good. The only trash talking came from people trying to say Julio is constantly injured and washed up, but a lot of the forum members were quick to call them idiots, just as they should. There are some rational people over there.
Oh yeah. That parts crazy talk. Tanny can sling it.
maybe because I've seen how we utilize our FAs? Randy Moss you allude to, benched and blocked more than ran routes.
Those two DE clowns we picked up last year.
Dion Lewis ?
We have all this talent now, and we are putting it in the hands of a rookie.. sorry for being skeptical that he'll know what to do with them. I fully expect 1st/2nd down runs up the middle then deep routes on 3rd down to be the norm.
I'd rather Tannehill call the offense.
And here I was upset we didn't try and get AJ Green this offseason.
25 year old Corey Davis at his best will never be as good as 32 year old Julio Jones. The fact that Jones can literally run every route tree is going to open up so many things for our offense.
My worry now is that we're giving the keys to a lambo, porche and rari to a rookie OC.
If we still had Arthur Smith as OC I would've been wayyyy more ecstatic.