A game like this...

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titanup1982, Sep 19, 2010.

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  1. Titanup1982

    Titanup1982 Pro Bowler

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    A game like this makes me absolutely sick. I would have put my life on this game that we were going to win today.

    Just the thought about those arrogant Steeler's fans coming to our house and leaving with a victory and waving the towel makes me so mad. As pissed as i was today, i probably would have gotten into a fight with a Steeler fan if i went to the game.

    I love football to the fullest, but when we lose like this it makes my week really rough. I can't watch highlights, and it's hard to finish watching the rest of the games for the week. So next week better hurry up and get here.

    Well, i guess i have to go to work and hear it from the 4 Steelers fans i work with :(

    Anyways, why the hell didn't Dave Ball pick up the fumble and run with it to the endzone?
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  2. CRUDS

    CRUDS VOTE FRANKENSTEIN 2016 Tip Jar Donor

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    Heck, I'm sporting a Steelers logo on Facebook for a week. Everything is coming up roses.
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    At least Cincy continues to own The Ravens..
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  3. globelieves

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    Don't ever put your life on a game...too many upsets.
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  4. ncaalover12

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    this
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  5. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    Could of been a TD.
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  6. GLinks

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    Too many couldas and wouldas in this game. We kept having a chance. Whenever we lose to teams like the Steelers, and the Ravens, if you look around, it's always the Titans beating themselves, to the point of absurdity.

    Good team foundation we have now, but this proves they're real immature. That starts with the coaches, IMO. The fighting, the penalties, lack of security, shrinking nut sacks...that's discipline and starts with the coaches. They should all be shell-shocked.

    The good news? This is probably the early sort of butt-kicking that can turn a team into a playoff contender before season's end. All phases need to look at this game and refer back to it all season long. They fix this, they can go far. And I'll say, to me, this is much better than last year's start.

    We can move past this.
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  7. globelieves

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    A game like this... is an anomally. If we have 7 turnovers per game on a regular basis, Fisher will be fired. But we won't. And he won't.
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  8. Big Time Titan

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    I'm with you TU82. I'm still pissed about this one. I knew it wasn't gonna be good when they started the game off with the KO return for a TD.

    Overall I will give our D a lot of credit for only giving up 19 points on our 7 TOs, but these guys made Dennis Dixon and Charlie Batch look like all-pros out there. I still cannot believe that we lost this game.

    The big difference in this game was coaching. Pittsburgh adjusted to what our D was throwing at them and our offense didn't. Period.

    And I still can't believe that VY can't walk on water. He's actually human.
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  9. joelmunroe

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    Ummm what?, should you maybe have a look at their stats?
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  10. Big Time Titan

    Big Time Titan Big Time Titan

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    Ummm yeah. They won, we lost. That's the only stat that matters.

    Seriously Stevie, I'm not saying they put up big #s on the stat sheet but QB was their weak spot coming into this one and we didn't do enough to exploit that.

    When Dixon went out and Batch came in, we should have brought the house like they did to KFC.
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