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The Tennessee Titanic's

Originally posted by pantstickle:
Originally posted by strickac:
Originally posted by pantstickle:
Originally posted by tohara3:
Originally posted by pantstickle:
Originally posted by TheGoldStandard:
Tennessee Passing
C/ATT YDS AVG TD INT
V. Young 0/2 0 0.0 0 1
K. Collins 2/12 -7 -0.6 0 1

Team 2/14 -7 -0.5 0 2


New England Receiving
REC YDS AVG TD LG
W. Welker 10 150 15.0 2 48
R. Moss 8 129 16.1 3 40

Tom Brady was more likely to throw a touchdown than an incomplete pass.
34 attempts
6 touchdowns
5 incomplete passes

Chance of throwing TD: 17.65%
Chance of throwing inc: 14.71%

That a hell of a game in the snow too!

Yeah, in the f**king snow! Brady is a bad dude.

His WRs were WIDE open. The Titan's defense was pathetic today.

Regardless who's at the helm, the Pats's offense performs. Brady is a very good QB, but they run a very QB-friendly system. Why can't we have that?

We don't exactly have Moss/Welker/Brady out there. Oh, and that offensive line. On that flea-flicker touchdown, Brady actually tied his shoe before throwing the touchdown.

They definitely protect their QB better than anyone else. No matter who they plug into the line, they seem to play at a high level. Even when Moss or Welker are inactive, the offense is dominant. They're so efficient. Their screens, quick outs, and slants/crossing routes are nearly automatic for them.

Even as their coordinators leave, the team barely misses a beat.

I'd love to see Brady play for an average team. Cassel is finding out the hard way that life is hard as QB outside of NE.
59-0....'nuff said
2/19 for -7 yards
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I believe some people here wanted us to sign Collins too....
now i dont feel so bad about our loss
That's gotta be the worst loss for a team in a while in terms of points.

Anybody know the last time a team lost by more than 59 points?
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
That's gotta be the worst loss for a team in a while in terms of points.

Anybody know the last time a team lost by more than 59 points?

Can't recall. 45-0 was embarassing though. I can't believe they kept the game on until halftime and didn't switch it to another game on TV. If it had been another team other thanthe PAtriots they would have switched it to a more competitive game.
Originally posted by fanmusclecars:
Originally posted by TheGoldStandard:
can someone verify if Newbie's still breathing?

Maybe a bandwagon fan.

Nah, I recall her being a legit closet fan, which is cool... i guess
The collapse of the Titans is epic. I don't think anyone saw this coming.
Originally posted by fzrdave:
The collapse of the Titans is epic. I don't think anyone saw this coming.

Ya, it is kind of strange.

I mean, what has changed besides Haynesworth leaving?

I think they were just an average team that was lucky a lot last year, and now they're unlucky a lot this year.

I still think they're dangerous though, they have the weapons to win.
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
Originally posted by fzrdave:
The collapse of the Titans is epic. I don't think anyone saw this coming.

Ya, it is kind of strange.

I mean, what has changed besides Haynesworth leaving?

I think they were just an average team that was lucky a lot last year, and now they're unlucky a lot this year.

I still think they're dangerous though, they have the weapons to win.

What happend was that Kerry Collins returned to his old self witch is a
roller coaster QB has 1 or 2 good years then he just drops over & over again all through his career hes been like that
also they have alot of injuries on the DB's side so that doesnt help either.

hopefully they come into candlestick the same way they came out today in Foxboro


Originally posted by Tru2RedNGold25:
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
Originally posted by fzrdave:
The collapse of the Titans is epic. I don't think anyone saw this coming.

Ya, it is kind of strange.

I mean, what has changed besides Haynesworth leaving?

I think they were just an average team that was lucky a lot last year, and now they're unlucky a lot this year.

I still think they're dangerous though, they have the weapons to win.

What happend was that Kerry Collins returned to his old self witch is a
roller coaster QB has 1 or 2 good years then he just drops over & over again all through his career hes been like that
also they have alot of injuries on the DB's side so that doesnt help either.

hopefully they come into candlestick the same way they came out today in Foxboro



I don't think Collins is that bad. Watching the game today, I saw receivers drop at least 6 or 7 passes.
I think Kerry Collins might have started drinking again, if he hasnt this loss will make him
Recievers need to catch passes inorder to keep the chains moving.
Its clear which team caught balls thrown their way instead of dropping them.
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
Originally posted by fzrdave:
The collapse of the Titans is epic. I don't think anyone saw this coming.

Ya, it is kind of strange.

I mean, what has changed besides Haynesworth leaving?

I think they were just an average team that was lucky a lot last year, and now they're unlucky a lot this year.

I still think they're dangerous though, they have the weapons to win.

They also lost their DC Jim Schwartz to the Lions.. As if it isn't hard to tell they're not playing well on Defense. It's evident that losing him was wayyy worse than losing Haynesworth.
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