Marcus Mariota up and down
Today was the perfect litmus test for whether or not your favorite writer likes Marcus Mariota.
After doing great in redzone drills, there were some mistakes in team drills. Not big things, but look at how these tweets line up. First of all, let me give the context of how Mariota’s day was going before these drills.
Even when plays weren’t completed, it wasn’t because of poorly thrown passes or mistakes by the QB. Sometimes players on a great defense make great plays believe it or not.
Then a pass went off of Delanie Walker’s hands and Kevin Byard picked it off, and people were really quick to jump on Mariota as if that was his fault at all. Wait…what?
The best safety in the league intercepts a pass that bounced off the intended target’s hands and it is his fault? I don’t know if I agree with that.
Look, after the big argument this morning/last night about whether or not Ryan Tannehill should get reps with the starters (he shouldn’t) people sort of announced their allegiance to which QB they liked more.
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Don’t believe anyone who says that they don’t care or that they aren’t choosing sides, those people have already chosen they just don’t want you to know. Personally, I think Mariota has shown over his entire career that you want him to have the ball in his hands with the game on the line and year after year he leads the Titans to big wins.
His issues aren’t based on talent, it is just whether or not he can stay healthy. If he can play, then he gives you the best chance to win. Period. That is where I stand right now having watched his entire career.