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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by bupac, Sep 17, 2017.
Ramsey wants no part of him...2 years straight now
and you speak as if turnovers and constant punts didn't lead to their D being gassed.
We're not discussing OUR d. We're discussing theirs. Stop trying to shift the argument for mere stupidity's sake.
What you're saying is that an NFL defense was completely exhausted after playing defense for 16 plays over the span of 4 drives in the 3rd quarter. So much so, that after a break before Q4, they had nothing left in the tank to stop a predictable running game at the beginning of the quarter. Nobody is buying that other than you. Our O line was winning, and Henry was making smart reads and picking up yards after contact.
Just gonna leave this here ...
Just look at his success rate.75% of his runs are successful
this whole thread smells like trolls & armchair GMs
No one is buying that but me? lol
The commentators only mentioned it THE ENTIRE TIME.
I guess... replace Delanie Walker with Jonnu Smith while we're at it. I mean- surely Jonnu didn't look incredibly fast due to the Jags being gassed, right?
Nah. He all of a sudden is best TE on the team and runs a 4.5.
If you get that tired from 16 plays in an entire quarter, you shouldn't be in the NFL.
I am pretty sure JaX defense was on the field more than almost twice as their offense was. Thats without me looking it up, just judging by eye test on what I seen last Sunday. Not saying it was the reason the Henry was the superior RB to Murray but it had to do a little bit of it. Those stats might not tell a whole story as Titans defense wasnt as aggresive to close out that game.
Beyond merely being tired- momentum may be the most important/overlooked aspect in football... and that D quit.