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  • #46
    Originally posted by ColoradoDarin View Post

    Also, the Titans could easily control the time of possession and still lose.
    Yeah the TOP was something like 38 min KC 22 min Titans last time. I cant come up with how Titans win this without meltdown by KC or Tannehill having a better game than Mahomes and getting help.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by mhgaffney View Post

      Right. Henry could set another record this week.

      The key for the Titans will be to create turnovers.
      Yup. Titans’ pass D is very underrated. Chef fans expecting a cakewalk after the Houston game are going to be sorely disappointed. Roby is far and away their best corner. Roby.

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      • #48
        Buckle up it’s going to be a long off season KC very well win it all

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        • #49
          Public thinks Henry is the Thumbtacks only shot to win / stay close....

          Bet every Tannehill over prop you can. (Including Int's and rush yards)

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          • #50
            Originally posted by ShaneFalco View Post
            the Titans could easily control time of possession and never let Mahomes see the field.
            If it’s so easy, why didn’t they do it last time?

            Something that people aren’t considering is the fact that KC’s staff didn’t even gameplan to shut down Henry. Henry hadn’t quite exploded at that point. They won’t make that mistake again.

            Not to mention, if Chris Jones plays, KC will have a completely different D-line than the one that Tennessee faced last time (and O-line for that matter).

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            • #51
              Originally posted by Mile High Salute View Post

              Yup. Titans’ pass D is very underrated. Chef fans expecting a cakewalk after the Houston game are going to be sorely disappointed. Roby is far and away their best corner. Roby.
              Underrated based on....? Not numbers or eye test.

              The Tennessee game may have been the worst secondary performance vs KC all year (aside from Houston). There were wide open receivers on almost every play. If KC had been on that day, they’d have scored well over 40.

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              • #52
                I am just thankful it is not The Cheatriots playing the Chefs......

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                • #53
                  Titans got torched for over 530 yards and PM threw 430ish. If you are a boxscore scooter you have to wonder how the queefs queefed that one away.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by DENVERDUI55 View Post
                    Titans got torched for over 530 yards and PM threw 430ish. If you are a boxscore scooter you have to wonder how the queefs queefed that one away.
                    Lamar Jackson threw for a crapload of yards against them last week too, but could rarely cash it in in the red zone. They’re a classic “bend but don’t break” defense. It’s not always pretty, but they get the job done more often than not.

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by Agamemnon View Post
                      I’m not going to predict the Chiefs to lose, as this has turned out to be their easiest road to the Super Bowl ever. That said, if the Titans can run for 200 yards, get a 40/20 TOP advantage, and make some key stops/get some turnovers, I do think they can win a close one against the Chiefs.
                      TOP is exactly what it will be. The Titans need to control the ball and keep Mahomes off the field. They have the defense to get a couple of stops but the only way they win this game is to stick with what brought them there and keep feeding Derek Henry and let the play clock run down to about 4 seconds before every snap.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by RockyMountainOyster View Post

                        If it’s so easy, why didn’t they do it last time?

                        Something that people aren’t considering is the fact that KC’s staff didn’t even gameplan to shut down Henry. Henry hadn’t quite exploded at that point. They won’t make that mistake again.

                        Not to mention, if Chris Jones plays, KC will have a completely different D-line than the one that Tennessee faced last time (and O-line for that matter).
                        You don't think that NE and Baltimore (2 superior defenses to KC) game planned to shut down Henry?

                        BTW Chris Jones was your leading tackler in that first game. He was there. Suggs wasn't, so we will see if he makes a difference. Jones still hasn't practiced yet though. It's a toss up if he plays at this point.

                        You could easily be looking at a game like that Colts game.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by 2KBack View Post

                          You don't think that NE and Baltimore (2 superior defenses to KC) game planned to shut down Henry?

                          BTW Chris Jones was your leading tackler in that first game. He was there. Suggs wasn't, so we will see if he makes a difference. Jones still hasn't practiced yet though. It's a toss up if he plays at this point.

                          You could easily be looking at a game like that Colts game.
                          Even if Jones plays (still a big question mark at this point) ....I expect you'll see Jones play end rotating with Suggs, etc. They will put Pennel and Saunders and Nhadi inside. They barely played Pennel in the last game....and there's enough sample size now to see that he makes substantial impact in run D when he's on the field.

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by DENVERDUI55 View Post
                            Titans got torched for over 530 yards and PM threw 430ish. If you are a boxscore scooter you have to wonder how the queefs queefed that one away.
                            Pretty easy to see how.

                            Fumble returned for TD. Botched snap on a short FG attempt. Blocked FG. Killer penalties.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by Zerovoltz View Post

                              Even if Jones plays (still a big question mark at this point) ....I expect you'll see Jones play end rotating with Suggs, etc. They will put Pennel and Saunders and Nhadi inside. They barely played Pennel in the last game....and there's enough sample size now to see that he makes substantial impact in run D when he's on the field.
                              Pennel was inactive for that game. They never explained why. He was huge in containing Cook the week before. They also barely played Saunders and Ragland that day. It's almost as if they weren't worried about the run game at all. Then again, Henry hadn't done a lot to that point. In fact, he'd had a poor season up until a few weeks prior.

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by 2KBack View Post

                                You don't think that NE and Baltimore (2 superior defenses to KC) game planned to shut down Henry?

                                BTW Chris Jones was your leading tackler in that first game. He was there. Suggs wasn't, so we will see if he makes a difference. Jones still hasn't practiced yet though. It's a toss up if he plays at this point.

                                You could easily be looking at a game like that Colts game.
                                Titans don't score fast enough to have a shootout like that.

                                And playing without Jones won't render KC's defense worthless. They did fairly well vs a more explosive Houston offense. The defense really only allowed 17 points.

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