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  1. Week 1 conclusions

    Weather delays suck.
  2. HC Mike Mularkey out in TEN

    I'M SO HAPPY RIGHT NOW! I went to bed last night after seeing a rumor that he might get an extension. This was such fantastic news to wake up to instead. As others have said, I'm thinking they go after McDaniels. Before they initially hired Mularkey as their HC, there were rumors that McDaniels wanted to coach the Titans. That might still be true, plus GM Jon Robinson worked for the Patriots for a while and would know McDaniels pretty well. I would be happy with that. I think he learned a lot from his stint in Denver and will do much better in his next HC gig. We'll see though.
  3. Trivia

    8.5? First team gets a field goal then a defensive touchdown for 9 points.
  4. lmao @ PIT

    I just found this screenshot of the play which is pretty clear.
  5. lmao @ PIT

    In that case there was no question he caught the ball and maintained control going to the ground, the only issue is whether or not he was out of bounds. Completely different scenario. Though if you want my opinion on it, I think the call should've stood had they called it either way originally. I wouldn't consider that irrefutable evidence to overturn it, but obviously they did.
  6. lmao @ PIT

    I was watching the Titans game so I didn't see the play live. However, this is quite conclusive in my opinion. The ball pops out of his grip as he hits the ground, and the ball is clearly touching the ground. Incomplete pass. You can hear the pain in Romo's voice as he realizes it. As for the rule itself, personally I like it. There is a clear definition of what constitutes a catch. A lot of people complain that the rule is terrible and needs to be changed, but I have yet to hear a suggestion that would actually improve the rule, as every suggestion I've heard would either add more subjectivity to it (e.g. passing the "eye test") or result in about a dozen more fumbles every game.
  7. ASJ Touchdown Reversal

    I thought it was a good call. He catches it as he's going to the ground, the ball comes loose as he hits the ground, and he doesn't regain control until he's already out of bounds. By rule, that's incomplete.
  8. NBC Skycam/view fail

    I loved it. Being able to actually see the running lanes open or the routes developing downfield was quite refreshing. The Matthews touchdown at the start of the second half was incredible with the skycam. I hope they do more of this in the future.
  9. what is up with McCaffery??

    He was wide open in the flat near the goal line right before their last field goal. Should've been an easy TD, but Newton overthrew him. Would've made his stat line look a lot better, but still not the kind of production I was expecting when I drafted him.
  10. NFL Draft

    I initially wanted Tennessee to trade down in the 8-12 range and pick Corey Davis there, since I thought he was a small reach at 5. However, after seeing Williams and Ross get taken right behind him at 7 and 9, I'm glad they didn't trade back. I would've liked OJ Howard at 18, but without a second round pick getting a CB was a definite need-to-do there. Not entirely sold on Jackson but in JRob I trust. Now I'm hoping they grab Sidney Jones at some point, let him sit and heel (sorry) for a year. He'll be a steal for whoever gets him in my opinion.
  11. Honestly, I've seen more Titans' fans wanting Corey Davis over Mike Williams (myself included). Williams' lack of separation is a big concern for me, especially since the Titans coaching staff has yet to show they can scheme WRs open. I think Davis' greater speed and better route running give him the edge. I would be very pleased if they took Davis at 18, even if Williams was still there.
  12. Falcons fire DC Richard Smith

    Reading responses from Falcons fans on Reddit, it seems Quinn took over play calling on defense around their bye (week 11) which prompted their improvement. They got consistent pressure on Brady during the Super Bowl, but that was really the first time all season they've been able to do that as a group. Despite that pressure, the Pats were still able to move the ball really well, it just didn't show up on the scoreboard because of the turnovers. Also, these defense ranks are pretty bad: Yards/game: 25th Points/game: 27th Red zone: 32nd 3rd down %: 26th Rushing/game: 17th Passing/game: 28th YAC: 32nd Doesn't seem as much of a head scratcher after looking at that.
  13. Fantasy Football Fan or overall NFL fan?

    Much more a fan of the NFL than fantasy football. I check the inactives Sunday morning and make lineup adjustments as necessary, then that's it until the noon games are over. I don't even look at my opponents' lineups. I hope my guys do well and I do cheer when I see they got a big play or a touchdown or something, but not even once do I check my scores until I get home after the noon games. I watch every Titans game no matter what. I always go to my parents' house to watch the noon games with my dad and brother (and get free lunch). They got Redzone for the first time this year, so I've been dual-watching that with the Titans game because they always play at noon. For the late games I return home and, while I don't typically watch them (unless Tennessee's involved), I do keep gametracker tabs open for each one and check them every 5-10 minutes to keep up to speed on them. Sunday night I'll do the same thing if I'm interested in the game, otherwise I'll check it much less often. Monday and Thursday I'll check maybe once or twice because of other commitments. I'll also browse these forums and the NFL and Titans subreddits pretty much every day throughout the week.
  14. Mariota Week 15 @ KC

    The coldest game Mariota has played in was against Oregon State his last year in college, around 40 at kickoff and dipping down to the 20s. He threw for 367 yards and 4 TDs. This will be quite a bit colder, but to be honest I'd worry more about KC's secondary smothering the Titans' receivers and the chance for a similar gameplan to last week against Denver - heavy on the rushing, not a lot of passing. I think those will be a bigger factor than the cold.
  15. The All Bust Team 2016

    I nominate Gronk. He had a couple weeks of typical Gronktitude, but has been hurt/out most of the year. Ugh, him, Eddie Lacy, Keenan Allen, Kelvin Benjamin, no wonder I'm in the toilet bowl.