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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Maker_84, Oct 6, 2013.
considering the cockyness of the chiefs fans, i pull for denver but that is the only reason I am.
Wow. A voice of reason...
I agree BUT take away that bs personal foul penalty on Alex Smith or give the Titans ANY of the three horrible pass interference penalties on the WRs that were not called and it is a totally different game.
But it is what it is and what it is sucks.
Uhh what? I was spot on in everything I've said.
Fitz started slow, okay? He had a week to prepare with the 1st team against the best defense in the league.
Then he bounced back and carried this putrid offense to take the lead. If it weren't for our idiotic coaching staff and the ignorance of Moise Fokou we would have won that game DESPITE all the drops from our overrated receiving corps.
He threw 2 picks on good balls, KW doesn't catch and Nate gets strongarmed, both were on the money.
He scored 17 points in one half against a loaded chiefs defense, how many times has locker done that in his entire career? once?
Do you guys have some sort of short term memory deficiency? This is common place with Jake Locker.
Well one guy has zero turnovers to the other's two picks, which were both thrown with the game on the line. It's what Fitzpatrick does. I've told you that since March. If the game is on the line Fitzpatrick finds a way to lose it.
He started out slow. Yeah, I guess that's one way to describe is 1-10 start...
We left 10 points on the field from sheer bad coaching and luck, both our turnovers were directly caused by drops which were a problem all day, we had no running game and Fitz had minimal reps to get in tune with the first team, yet he played half way decent and we're already done with him?
Neither of those picks were his fault, If Locker throws those, you guys would be pulling out every excuse imaginable to get him off the hook.
It's not like we haven't seen dropped balls coupled with an anemic running game all season.
I'm trying to figure out how the 2nd INT was not Fitz's fault.