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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by millakilla8, Dec 24, 2016.
So.... You like f@gs?
I mean, I'm not homophobic. You should try it sometime.
Yes, this is one omen we still haven't been able to shake. Letting 0,1,2 win teams that have no business winning, win.
Bottom line, until we can start winning in our division we aren't going to the next level. We've only won 1 game so far in our division. We've had some great wins outside of our division, and we play in one of the weakest divisions in the NFL but we still can't beat our division rivals, even when they really suck. That has to change!
this game made me sick
Yes. We're back to reality. Once again I made the mistake of putting hope in this team. Beat GB, DEN, and KC...lose to the stinking Jags. Just un f ucking believable.
Some of y'all need to grow the hell up.
I'll take that playmaking elite corner over Conklin every day of the week and twice on Sunday.
I think Ramsey must have had a good season for the Jax pass defense to be #4 but Conklin does what he needs to on the OL. Trade Conklin for Ramsey and we have a better secondary but maybe an OL that needs help. Think this is likely a wash from the draft perspective at least for now.
Yep. Worse than 59-0. That team had no hope whatsoever. This team does (or did, depending on your view.)
I don't know about the "looked ahead part." I think they just got in the tape, and found the very glaring weakness in our secondary.
They're pathetic. Without their being able to pass at will, we could have gotten a chance to get Murray going. We never got that chance.
Take away the run game, and this team is done... Not to mention how bad the secondary is on defense.
Mariota wasn't good today, or last week, or the week before that. Still a team very dependent on the run.. And now with an even less capable QB. Playoffs still aren't out of the question.
Whoever wins the AFCS will go to the playoffs with a horrible QB. That's a guarantee. And likely get flattened by the first team they face.