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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Dec 11, 2016.
a running game sure is a real good thing to have this time of year.
Did you watch Brady last night? He was putting passes into 1 foot windows, and letting receivers catch them on the run for a lot more yards. None of his guys were #1. It's silly to keep posting this. In many games a supposedly #1 will only get 40-50 yards. This is why QB's get paid a ton, to make throws.
You are being silly.
So... if your QB isn't as good as Brady or Manning, you should cut that bust. Riiight...
That is why Brady is seriously the greatest QB of all times in my book. But I doubt in his 2nd yr he is making throws like that.
Can someone explain the 10 second runoff rule to me - I have searched and searched online but can't find the answer.
I always understood it to be that if the offense gets a penalty with under 2:00 to go in the half/game, there would be a 10 second runoff. The Broncos got a holding penalty with 16 seconds left in the 1st half Sunday and there was no runoff. Come to find out a holding penalty doesn't get a 10 sec runoff. But a few games ago they ran 10 seconds off the clock on the Titans because there was a review, which seems unfair.
Anyone have any insight or links that can clear this up?
15 year vet vs jimmy smith and Ladarius Webb
2nd year sophomore vs Aqib Talib and Chris Harris
Identical situations for sure, good comparison!
Also I recommend looking up Mike Evans in regards to how important a #1 is
I'm just gong to say inconsitent refs and rule enforcement.
Hold up dawg...the issue brings up the question of "what is a #1 receiver?". Sure you may have some sirt of qualifications for that, but are you gonna say "okay, you're the #1, so you will be catching 80% of the passes thrown to you, while the #2 and #3 will be catching only 50% and 30%, respectively..." Seems to me that a WR is a WR, and either than can run timed routes and catch the ball, or they can't....assuming a QB delivers it to them. That's how I'm reading GG's post, anyway.