Tennessee Titans: End of Week Notes/Links
There’s only so much news and analysis we can disseminate to the readers on TitanSized. There are always noteworthy tidbits/nuggets of information about the Titans that don’t make it into our posts but should be noted. This is why we try to bring those bits of information at the end of the week in this article.
Here’s what you may have missed.
- The Titans haven’t won two games in a row since 2013
- Our Titans players are awesome humans
- Chance Warmack has been placed on IR
- Marcus Mariota is clutch and a stud
- Delanie Walker is looking very iffy for Sunday
Some thoughts on these notes. That video of the Titans players giving high fives to that little kid is awesome and it’ll brighten up your day. The fact that we haven’t won two games in a row since 2013 is very depressing and I hope we can break that streak tomorrow.
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Warmack being placed on IR is not as big a loss as we might’ve hoped it would be when we drafted him 10th overall. He’s been as close to a bust as you can get, and hasn’t come close to dominating like he did at the collegiate level. Brian Schwenke, Josh Kline, or Sebastian Tretola won’t be much of a downgrade, and may even be upgrades.
I’ve said it time and time again through just two weeks this season, but we’re very lucky to have Mariota as our quarterback. There is A LOT of bad quarterback play going on around the NFL right now, and Mariota has been just fine. He’ll get better throughout the season and will be the reason we win than the reason we lose more often than not.
If Delanie misses this game, and I’m not very optimistic that he’ll play, that’s a huge loss. Delanie is our most explosive offensive weapon and creates mismatches against every defender he lines up against. If he doesn’t play, look for Jace Amaro to slot into his pass-catching role. Anthony Fasano and Phillip Supernaw just don’t pose threats in the passing game, but Amaro very well can.