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Discussion in 'Other NFL' started by bbqpitlover, Oct 16, 2019.
Bruce Arians likes play action in his offense, so does Arthur Smith?
I see no negatives about this fact.
RT17 would like to apologise:
... for leaving T Lewan hanging.
Funny how he dabbed himself after.
Lewans a beast though.
According to that, the Titans' turnover margin per game is currently 2.35 standard deviations above the league average. Don't expect that to continue for long.
Tanny has better numbers than Mahomes the last 14 games.
check em for yourself.
you ain’t doing that if you ain’t damn good. Mahomes is considered the gold standard at qb these days tannys numbers are better even.
Tannehill's overall numbers are certainly good, but I would encourage folks to continue to pay attention. So far this year he's making his living with early-down passing and play-action, which suggests his performance continues to be a function of opposing defenses' focus on the Titans' run game. His interception rate this year is also 0.8%, which is well below his career mark of 2.5%.
Does that mean his performance will decline? Not necessarily, but when we're dealing with such small sample sizes, it's prudent to consider contributions to the data that may not be sustainable.
Tannehill is laughing and messing around out there. Houston is ****ed.
It is so true. A team would have had to go full Lamar Jackson Ravens to give Tebow a chance in the NFL. Which, honestly, though I am not a fan of Tebow as a quarterback, I wish a team did, because that would have been interesting to see if it would work. So far it is working for the Ravens, but we will see if this lasts.
Tannetrill to Frisker, TD.
Man. Tanne is money in the redzone
What a drive by Tannehill.
Already two TDs.
Talk about the bias here...
NFL update, shows Deshaun Watson’s touchdown pass for a TD, but hasn’t shown a single Titans touchdown.
Haters gonna hate
Another 22 yards TD by Tannehill.
Keep sleeping though.
Oh and the sports bar I’m currently at isn’t even showing the Titans game!
Missed FG and blocked FG looming large right now...
Henry with a high light reel
Oh my freaking God!
Tannehill brings this team back with .47 sec left TD Brown!
What. A. Game.
Tannehill with an incredible last drive. Nerves of steel on some of those tight window passes.
Can't be fun throwing the ball when JJ Watt is incoming and your starting LT is injured.
Wildcat for the win!
That was a fun game to watch. Tannehill continues to prove the Dolphins former staffs were stupid.
This thread needs to die, not only is he very good, he’s an MVP candidate
When he’s got an incredible supporting cast, he can make plays. That wasn’t going to happen in Miami for the foreseeable future. Good for both teams
On top he lost his TE Jonnu Smith as well.
Wow what a game. One of the best games so far this season.
Anyway, weekly update on Tannehill stats: his 2020 rating is now 113.55, and that's after 173 passing attempts so it has some meaning now, and the probability he's "the same QB" as in Miami is 0.0128%.
If this continues we won't need many more games to end the debate from a pure statistical point of view because it's going to become near impossible to bring that number up to 5%. I'll point out though that week 9 will be interesting because that's where I'll take into account the 2020 league average and standard deviation for the first time (I'm waiting half a season before doing that so that the stats stabilize), and those are both at record levels right now for post-1978.
Regardless, by week 9 this little statistical significance game might be over lol.
Is tannehill an mvp candidate if he continues this pace and Tennessee keep winning?
Wow this post did not age very well.
I've never done a statistical analysis of MVP winners so I can't say from just a pure stats point of view.
Best thing to do if you don't have that is to look at Vegas odds. Right now Tannehill is way down the list with Wilson and Rodgers the clear favorites, but it's a no-brainer that if Tannehill continues this pace he'll vault way up that list. Whether he can beat out Wilson and/or Rodgers, not sure. Those guys are also on a torrid pace:
Impressive again. Titans D needs to step up though.
Titans defense has been one of the worst in the league.
Their kicker still sucks. And damn near lost the game for them.
But back to Tannehill.
What was really impressive is Henry wasnt even on that last drive to tie the game. Tannehill with great clock management and really great tight window throw with Watt breathing down his neck.
They need Lewan back asap.
Stop with the BS qualifications. He doesn’t have an incredible supporting cast.
with a good supporting cast, he has been excellent.
He’s got an elite OL, one of the best running games in the NFL and good playmakers. We saw how he played when he didn’t have those things. Showed flashes but makes bad decisions when things are breaking down consistently.
The OL is far from elite. This was Henry’s first good game of the year. He was averaging 3.7 YPC coming into this game.
AJ Brown missed 2 games. Cory Davis has missed the last two.
you are over estimating what he has in Tennessee and radically under estimating how bad it was in Miami.
he couldn’t rescue a crap team in Miami. He is playing elite QB with a very good team in Tennessee.
Why so negative?
Just love it when I get proven right
You said it. Flaunt it baby.
Tannehill+Henry+Titans Offense...fun to watch.
If this keeps up you'll be proven right. We're not there yet though.
It's looking extremely likely from a pure statistical point of view that Tannehill is at minimum an above average QB who was held back in Miami, but we're still a long ways off from him being the next Drew Brees (in Tennessee). But yes, the trajectory so far is basically what you predicted. Only 5 games though.
The difference is that Jackson, while not Marino, is an adequate enough passer.
Tebow couldn't hit the broad side of a barn.