The Official Tennessee Titans thread IV

OrangeBlood4life

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Um. Would rather play the packers? Rush defense for sf is kind of off. They played Baltimore, cardinals twice and Seahawks twice. All running QBs. Thats where the yards came in. Add to the fact that sf obliterated the packers in the regular season game..

I'm torn on who I'd rather titans play. I think itll be a pick your poison type thing with each matchup
 

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It’s all about Mahomes right now with every news outlet. There was even a guy on national television named Ryan Wright that said the Titans had absolutely no shot at winning this game. Those were his exact words.
 

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Look, there’s no “easy road” anymore. We have to defeat 2 great teams to win the Super Bowl. It comes down to who wants it more, and who can make the big plays in critical moments.
I think that describes our defense. They are not a truly elite defense but the last few weeks of the regular season and now into the playoffs they've come up huge in the big situations of games. One thing I'll add is that when we played KC during the regular season it was the very first game without Malcom Butler. So hopefully the secondary is better prepared to face KC this go around.

Edit - I'd also like to know what happened with our defense between week 1 to week 6. We didn't give up more than 20 points it seems they slacked off during the second half of the year.
 
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Look, there’s no “easy road” anymore. We have to defeat 2 great teams to win the Super Bowl. It comes down to who wants it more, and who can make the big plays in critical moments.
Was there ever an "easy road?" You come in as the 6 seed, draw the Patriots and Brady, then you draw the #1 Ravens? I don't understand how there was ever a easy road for these guys. What they've done the past two weeks has been incredibly impressive.
 
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Look, there’s no “easy road” anymore. We have to defeat 2 great teams to win the Super Bowl. It comes down to who wants it more, and who can make the big plays in critical moments.
It still seems ridiculous. My brain can’t comprehend the possibility of Ryan Tannehill leading a 9-7 team to a super bowl victory. It doesn’t feel possible.
 

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