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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Big TT, Oct 21, 2019.
We win that game with Mariota just as easy if not easier if we get the good Mariota
That is exactly what they should do. The titans don’t ever do what they’re supposed to do.
Then there is no way you could possibly think Mariota had a good game against the Browns.
what is Mariota's record against the Chargers?
IF we get the good Mariota? That is 1 in 8 or so games, so the chances were very unlikely we would get the "good" Mariota.
Well you are right about people complaining about them being short passes and I’d really have to look into each game he reached that comp% BUT I completely disagree with your nonsense second statement. “Average day”
Mariota has reached that comp% exactly 3 times in his entire career.
-His first game against TB, he killed it that day. Gave lots of false hope for a franchise waiting for a QB like that.
-his second, almost exactly 1 year later in a beat down of Jax.
- his third, over 2 years later in a Houston route.
None of which he reached the same yardage total.
So you are entirely dreaming about what Mariota’s “average day” is. As I posted before, if he had a lot more “average days”, he wouldnt have been benched, we wouldn’t have even signed his replacement, and he probably wouldn’t be playing in a different uniform next year (if he is signed by someone).
THill as MVP is a complete joke.
Everyone knows it’s Kern.
It was 0-2.
24/32, 237, 1/1. In a 20-19 loss
27/43, 313, 3/2 in a 43-35 loss.
***Surprising stat alert***. He was only sacked twice between the two games and one was a zero.
IF (can’t possibly make that bigger) we get the “good” Mariota which if we go by your “average days” numbers are impossible for him to reach.
He had an average game. I'd put it on same level as tannys last week
Notice how mariotas good days equate in blow outs. Not nail bitters that come down to the wire!! Hmm bet you didn't think of that.