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  2. In the last 44 seconds of the Titans crew, this crew was reversed three times by the league office in NY. On the third reversal, it was only partially right and not consistent with the ruling they made in the Saints game where they denied Anthony Auclair's fumble recovery as a clear recovery. https://www.pewterreport.com/2-point-conversion-refs-screw-bucs-in-loss-to-saints/ They made other mistakes in that game but the Auclair recovery was clearer than the Titans recovery. Fire them too!
  3. Today
  4. Have to agree. Winston missed open receivers the entire game. Wouldn't throw the ball away in trouble. Mistake after mistake. He is done this season. Gabbert looked good, why not give him a shot. Can't get much worse.
  5. Seafarer

    Where will Winston land?

    On a bench
  6. Seafarer

    Gabbert QB

    Time for a change and why not give Griffen a shot. He looked great in preseason. Comments
  7. Well if we are gonna go all retro "what ifs" we should have picked Brady in the sixth round in 2000. Hindsight is always 20/20. But as stated NO WAY IN HELL THESE 2 GUYS WERE NOT GOING 1 and 2
  8. Right on, rook! Fire the lot of them!
  9. I wanted the Bucs to trade the pick. I could never figure out why they were so over the moon about Winston. His criminal history, contempt for women, propensity for turnovers and dumb plays, and lack of respect for the team at FSU made him a likely bust in my view. He may as well be JaMarcus Russell...great arm, but dumber than shit. So if the Bucs kept the pick. I preferred Mariota. He's a far better human being. He doesn't have the arm Winston does, but is far smarter. He's more mobile and versatile. I've been amazed by the shitty job the Titans have done building an offense around his skillset. The criticisms of him are mostly valid. But he's also had a ridiculous amount of coaches and coaching changes, with none of them making an effort to focus on what he can do well. Mariota also has had some of the shittiest receiving talent in the league. So he hasn't had much help. I still think that in the right system, he could really take off. It would be fun to see him in KC as Mahomes' backup or in New England working with Brady.
  10. mistermarty

    Off topic

    I give Altuve all the credit, the guy is a great hitter and he jacked the shit out-of that pitch. After going 2-0 and getting away with a sloppy slider, I would think that throwing another one down the middle was just a huge mistake. Altuve is such a good hitter I would have rather walked him and faced Marisnick even with a runner on second and thrown Altuve some high heat that wasn’t going to leave the Park. Either way good for the Astros.
  11. Boatrunner

    MSN Article states the obvious

    Once again keeping with tradition the Buccaneers will not re-sign a first-round QB they drafted. At least they are consistent. Expect to see Winston playing backup in Oakland, Miami or Atlanta on 2020
  12. Every time the Astros hit a home run against the Nationals. I tipped them off to the pitches. Book it.
  13. Yesterday
  14. The first fumble was foiled by the Stabler rule. The NFL designed that rule after Kenny Stabler who deliberately fumbled forward to Pete Banasek who fumbled it forward to David Casper who fumbled it forward to the end zone since it could not be picked up and advanced to the end zone legally. Inside the last two minutes of each half this rule is in place. Gordon did not deliberately fumble the ball forward and to recover in the end zone, If it had been outside the two minute window, it would have been a TD. Refs were correct to spot the ball where the fumble occurred based on the Stabler rule. The second fumble is more screwed up. Gordon fumbled but the refs did not see it . They did not make a call for 15+ seconds. There was a long scrum going on for the fumble while they were deciding whether it was a TD. It is difficult call that a clear recovery as that ball changed hands multiple times before the Titans got it. Titans run off the field before a ruling is made which is a penalty that could have negated the ball being short. I have watched football since I was 5 years old. I have never seen anything like this. I almost want give both teams a loss and have the referees fired.
  15. I saw video of the whole saga. I don't know how any team can feel cheated when their holdout superstar RB fumbles twice within an inch or two of the goal line.
  16. You would need the entire video of the game and focus on the last three minutes. Here is my summary. They blew a spot by a good half yard but the Chargers had used all their timeouts so they could not challenge it since there was more than 2 minutes left. Despite the favorable spot the Titans failed on the QB sneak. But then the replay showed the spot on the sneak was was wrong. The Titans had timeouts to challenge the spot but did not do so. Firing offense one since a first down ends the game. The Chargers appear to score a TD to go ahead with 30 plus seconds left. As a scoring play, it is automatically reviewed. The refs were wrong. It was short. The clock is suppose to run off 10 seconds but the Titans call a timeout in case they score on the next play. The Chargers commit a false start on the TD run. The next play they throw an incomplete pass but PI puts the ball at the 1. The Chargers run it for a TD. Replay review of the scoring play shows Gordon their RB had fumbled before he got in the end zone but recovered the ball in the end zone. TD? No, in the last minute of a game only the person that fumbles the ball can recover it. While Gordon fumbled and recovered it, the ball can not be fumbled forward in the last two minutes. The ball is spotted inches short. The Titans accept the 10 second runoff. Gordon runs it in again. Refs are unsure about calling it in a TD. The clock keeps running while they are making up their mind. The Titans literally run off the field to try and prevent the ball being snapped again before the clock expired. The refs call it a TD. Again they missed Gordon fumbling the ball. It is clearly not a TD but the clear recovery that is required by the fumble rule is not established.. CBS's referee analyst is totally confused as the clock was not stopped during the replay. It looked like the fumble was recovered by the Titans after the runner's progress was blown dead. He did fumble but the clear recovery occurred well after the whistle. By rule the 10 second run off would win the game for the Titans. However, the clock was illegally run by the operator. The Titans running off the field could be considered a delay of game penalty which would allowed an untimed down. The League in NY decide that the Titans clearly recovered the fumble and end the game for the Titans with a win. It is hard to say the Chargers were cheated as no one including CBS' expert referee had a clue on what happened. One thing that was clear. The refs called a play a TD three times that was wrong. One was short. The other two had fumbles the refs did not see. I have never seen instant replay more fucked up than I did in that game. I know my explanation is clear as mud but it accurately reflects the fucked up way the refs handled it.
  17. I wish I could describe everything that happened in the last three minutes. There were so many incredible fuckups and tortured rule interpretation plus so many dumb ass decisions made by both coaches that is hard to describe them all.
  18. Last week
  19. Tannehill was a first round draft pick. Eighth overall. I wonder what the Fins past up in a possible trade down. Just sayin...
  20. but I would have fired both coaches for stupidity. Tannehill is a much better QB than Marriota. Titans have their first 300 yard passing game of the year. Next week should be their second 300 plus yard passing game of the year.
  21. Gulf Shore Steve

    MSN Article states the obvious

    I'm guessing it's because you keep blathering on about the fact that you think the pick should have been traded.
  22. Gulf Shore Steve

    Off topic

    Reading posts, tweets, stories, and explanations it all focuses on the pitcher (also for Osuna giving up the tying runs to Lemahieu). Two of the better hitters in the game get no credit.
  23. Axe

    2020 Draft Prospects

    That had to smart a lil
  24. Axe

    Where will Winston land?

    Where will Winston land? Jail most likely.. He's too stupid to end up anywhere else.
  25. Axe

    Off topic

    I almost felt sorry for Chapman.. Out there sweating his ass off. Working on that high of the tieing 2 run homer only to see the season ended suddenly with one pitch.. FUCK the Yankees
  26. bucs63

    Where will Winston land?

    Winston taking down Belicheck would be his greatest and most appreciated accomplishment.
  27. One possibility is he goes to New England. Belichick's and staff have complete confidence they can develop players, even really dumb ones. And he could have a 1-2 year audition period where Brady mentors him before retiring.
  28. You were wrong about it. But you're right about it now. The Bucs in the draft seem to lose like some rube suckered into a three cup shell game by slick street cons.
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