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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by RockyTop Fox, Oct 13, 2013.
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^ that is a dam nice hit on fitz lol
If there is no hope for Rusty to get better, why haven't we drafted another QB to develop?
they're grooming Rust to be the mascot for the practice squad and Jake's personal secretary
okay you want tebow, say we HAVE to draft manziel if hes available. wow your freaking lame.
looking forward to this happening to kaepernickle
Went to a bar last night and these two obnoxious guys with Boston accents were watching the game one guy called the other guy Fitzy so I walked up to him and said "is Fitzy short for Fitzpatrick?" And he goes "yeah what's it to ya" so I punched him in the face and for a moment all was right until I started to walk away and his freind tells me to freeze and put my hands in the air, you guessed it off duty cop......... Two days and a series of soul crushing defeats later I still hate Fitzpatrick
I'm hearing it again today from the Mid-day 180...
In the event Fitz throws three picks in the first half of Sunday's game, they say it would be better to leave him in than try Rusty. This is based, in their opinion, that Rusty is obviously horrible based on him being on the practice squad before Locker's injury and point to his start as a rookie where he threw four picks (four years ago). To them, it would go from bad to worse.
I don't get it. If a player was playing so horribly it made the odds of losing the game almost a certainty, why wouldn't you try something else just because it offers a possibility?
Who do you play in the second half if the Titans are down 21-0 and Fitz has three INTs in the first half? Based on Fitz's 51.0 passer rating the last two games, I'd put DWill in before allowing him to play the second half.
If Rusty is a given loss why keep him around? You have enough serviceable QBs in free agency to at least make you competitive. I don't buy that excuse.
Once you get to the #3 QB you're pretty going to lose unless something remarkable happens.