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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2014 10:48 pm    Post subject: Steelers @ Titans - Battle Of The Berger Reply with quote

So, there's another game this coming week...BUT GET THIS.

It's not on Sunday(I know, right?).

It's on Monday. At night time. They call it Monday Night Football. Who knew such a thing existed.

But anyway, here's some good news about the matchup, the Steelers are 1-8 against sub-.200 teams on the road under Mike Tomlin.

But here's the bad news: we're a .222 team.

And to top it all off, here's a fact that is completely irrelevant towards the outcome of the game:

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Paul Kuharsky @PaulKuharskyNFL · 5h 5 hours ago

Brace yourself: Roethlisberger-Mettenberger is longest last-name QB battle in NFL history.


Go Titans, and lets hope to keep the score within 10 points.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 1:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not sure what is going to be worse, watching Mettenberger face a LeBeau defense or the amount of Steelers fans that are going to invade LP. Probably the Steelers fans since it's on national TV and it's almost certainly going to be really embarrassing.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 4:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This game won't be fun to watch but every game from here on out is just more tape on Mett. I hope the Titans show up and not let up 6 TD passes but don't expect much Mon
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 8:22 am    Post subject: Re: Steelers @ Titans - Battle Of The Berger Reply with quote

TitanLegend wrote:

But anyway, here's some good news about the matchup, the Steelers are 1-8 against sub-.200 teams on the road under Mike Tomlin.

But here's the bad news: we're a .222 team.



That's pretty funny...which reminds me...I guess we need to get our GDT (with it's famous random hotties) up pretty soon.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 8:32 am    Post subject: Re: Steelers @ Titans - Battle Of The Berger Reply with quote

stillersenat wrote:
TitanLegend wrote:

But anyway, here's some good news about the matchup, the Steelers are 1-8 against sub-.200 teams on the road under Mike Tomlin.

But here's the bad news: we're a .222 team.



That's pretty funny...which reminds me...I guess we need to get our GDT (with it's famous random hotties) up pretty soon.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 8:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good luck on Monday night gentlemen. Beyond a win, the biggest things I'm hoping for is a well officiated game, I don't care who the calls are 'in favor' of, if a penalty should be called I hope it is, if it shouldn't be I hope it's not. I hope they get any reviews correct and hopefully BFB teams leave the field just as healthy as they stepped onto it.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 8:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From PK:

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Beyond standard statistical measures (which don't even exist for some positions), it’s hard to find ways to measure a player's performance against his peers in the league.

Pro Football Focus deploys a team of analysts to grade players. While we can debate the site's methods, it strives to apply the same standards to everyone as it grades every play as best it can.

Unsurprisingly, the 2-7 Tennessee Titans don’t fare very well.

Thirteen Titans rank in the bottom 75 percent at their positions:
•Kamerion Wimbley: 46th of 46 3-4 outside linebacker
•Blidi Wreh-Wilson: 105th of 106 cornerbacks
•Michael Oher: 71st of 75 offensive tackles
•Shaun Phillip:s 42nd of 46 3-4 outside linebackers
•Michael Griffin: 77th of 85 safeties
•Jake Locker: 33rd of 37 quarterbacks
•Justin Hunter: 88th of 96 receivers
•Nate Washington: 94th of 109 receiver
•Brian Schwenke: 33rd of 41 centers
•Sammie Hill: 65th of 82 nose tackles
•Chance Warmack: 62nd of 78 guards
•Dexter McCluster: 138th of 142 returners
•Leon Washington: 142nd of 142 returners

Locker’s out of the lineup now. But setting the returners aside, that’s half of the team’s starting lineup on offense and defense that ranks in the bottom third at it's position.

Who’s in the top 25 percent at their positions? It’s a much smaller list:
•Delanie Walker: tied fifth of 59 tight ends
•Wesley Woodyard: 11th of 60 inside linebackers
•Jurrell Casey: 11th of 50 3-4 defensive ends
•Taylor Lewan: 17th of 75 offensive tackles
•Bishop Sankey: 15th of 62 running backs
•Michael Roos: 19th of 75 offensive tackles

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 10:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

titans0021 wrote:
Not sure what is going to be worse, watching Mettenberger face a LeBeau defense or the amount of Steelers fans that are going to invade LP. Probably the Steelers fans since it's on national TV and it's almost certainly going to be really embarrassing.



I do think that will be the most sad part of the Monday Night Game.

Seeing all the Steelers fans in the building, having the announcers talk about it, having the beat reporters tweet about how many are there, and then if and when the Steelers start pulling away the cameras will focus on those fans and they will be loud.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 11:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Justin615$ wrote:
From PK:

Quote:
Beyond standard statistical measures (which don't even exist for some positions), it’s hard to find ways to measure a player's performance against his peers in the league.

Pro Football Focus deploys a team of analysts to grade players. While we can debate the site's methods, it strives to apply the same standards to everyone as it grades every play as best it can.

Unsurprisingly, the 2-7 Tennessee Titans don’t fare very well.

Thirteen Titans rank in the bottom 75 percent at their positions:
•Kamerion Wimbley: 46th of 46 3-4 outside linebacker
•Blidi Wreh-Wilson: 105th of 106 cornerbacks
•Michael Oher: 71st of 75 offensive tackles
•Shaun Phillip:s 42nd of 46 3-4 outside linebackers
•Michael Griffin: 77th of 85 safeties
•Jake Locker: 33rd of 37 quarterbacks
•Justin Hunter: 88th of 96 receivers
•Nate Washington: 94th of 109 receiver
•Brian Schwenke: 33rd of 41 centers
•Sammie Hill: 65th of 82 nose tackles
•Chance Warmack: 62nd of 78 guards
•Dexter McCluster: 138th of 142 returners
•Leon Washington: 142nd of 142 returners

Locker’s out of the lineup now. But setting the returners aside, that’s half of the team’s starting lineup on offense and defense that ranks in the bottom third at it's position.

Who’s in the top 25 percent at their positions? It’s a much smaller list:
•Delanie Walker: tied fifth of 59 tight ends
•Wesley Woodyard: 11th of 60 inside linebackers
•Jurrell Casey: 11th of 50 3-4 defensive ends
•Taylor Lewan: 17th of 75 offensive tackles
•Bishop Sankey: 15th of 62 running backs
•Michael Roos: 19th of 75 offensive tackles


So he's saying we suck huh? Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 11:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

wwhickok wrote:
Good luck on Monday night gentlemen. Beyond a win, the biggest things I'm hoping for is a well officiated game, I don't care who the calls are 'in favor' of, if a penalty should be called I hope it is, if it shouldn't be I hope it's not. I hope they get any reviews correct and hopefully BFB teams leave the field just as healthy as they stepped onto it.


Don't worry, I'm sure the Titans will get screwed one or another by the refs like they do every week.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 1:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

wwhickok wrote:
Good luck on Monday night gentlemen. Beyond a win, the biggest things I'm hoping for is a well officiated game, I don't care who the calls are 'in favor' of, if a penalty should be called I hope it is, if it shouldn't be I hope it's not. I hope they get any reviews correct and hopefully BFB teams leave the field just as healthy as they stepped onto it.



Thanks, that's the hope. It's very frustrating to see a pass defended and you can't celebrate because you scared the ref gonna throw a flag.

They have made defense almost impossible to play.
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ttitansfan4life wrote:
wwhickok wrote:
Good luck on Monday night gentlemen. Beyond a win, the biggest things I'm hoping for is a well officiated game, I don't care who the calls are 'in favor' of, if a penalty should be called I hope it is, if it shouldn't be I hope it's not. I hope they get any reviews correct and hopefully BFB teams leave the field just as healthy as they stepped onto it.


Don't worry, I'm sure the Titans will get screwed one or another by the refs like they do every week.


Believe me, us Steeler fans feel your pain. As much as it pains me to say in a way, I'd rather lose a fairly called close game than win a poor called game.

I want to win obviously, but as much as we gripe about getting screwed on calls, I don't want to win because someone got screwed either. I want to win outright.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 15, 2014 9:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

wwhickok wrote:
ttitansfan4life wrote:
wwhickok wrote:
Good luck on Monday night gentlemen. Beyond a win, the biggest things I'm hoping for is a well officiated game, I don't care who the calls are 'in favor' of, if a penalty should be called I hope it is, if it shouldn't be I hope it's not. I hope they get any reviews correct and hopefully BFB teams leave the field just as healthy as they stepped onto it.


Don't worry, I'm sure the Titans will get screwed one or another by the refs like they do every week.


Believe me, us Steeler fans feel your pain. As much as it pains me to say in a way, I'd rather lose a fairly called close game than win a poor called game.

I want to win obviously, but as much as we gripe about getting screwed on calls, I don't want to win because someone got screwed either. I want to win outright.


Well that shouldn't take too much against us this year. Lol
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Justin615$ wrote:
From PK:

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Beyond standard statistical measures (which don't even exist for some positions), it’s hard to find ways to measure a player's performance against his peers in the league.

Pro Football Focus deploys a team of analysts to grade players. While we can debate the site's methods, it strives to apply the same standards to everyone as it grades every play as best it can.

Unsurprisingly, the 2-7 Tennessee Titans don’t fare very well.

Thirteen Titans rank in the bottom 75 percent at their positions:
•Kamerion Wimbley: 46th of 46 3-4 outside linebacker
•Blidi Wreh-Wilson: 105th of 106 cornerbacks
•Michael Oher: 71st of 75 offensive tackles
•Shaun Phillip:s 42nd of 46 3-4 outside linebackers
•Michael Griffin: 77th of 85 safeties
•Jake Locker: 33rd of 37 quarterbacks
•Justin Hunter: 88th of 96 receivers
•Nate Washington: 94th of 109 receiver
•Brian Schwenke: 33rd of 41 centers
•Sammie Hill: 65th of 82 nose tackles
•Chance Warmack: 62nd of 78 guards
•Dexter McCluster: 138th of 142 returners
•Leon Washington: 142nd of 142 returners


Locker’s out of the lineup now. But setting the returners aside, that’s half of the team’s starting lineup on offense and defense that ranks in the bottom third at it's position.

Who’s in the top 25 percent at their positions? It’s a much smaller list:
•Delanie Walker: tied fifth of 59 tight ends
•Wesley Woodyard: 11th of 60 inside linebackers
•Jurrell Casey: 11th of 50 3-4 defensive ends
•Taylor Lewan: 17th of 75 offensive tackles
•Bishop Sankey: 15th of 62 running backs
•Michael Roos: 19th of 75 offensive tackles


Meanwhile, Marc Mariani is watching from his couch.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 15, 2014 11:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ockham wrote:
Justin615$ wrote:
From PK:

Quote:
Beyond standard statistical measures (which don't even exist for some positions), it’s hard to find ways to measure a player's performance against his peers in the league.

Pro Football Focus deploys a team of analysts to grade players. While we can debate the site's methods, it strives to apply the same standards to everyone as it grades every play as best it can.

Unsurprisingly, the 2-7 Tennessee Titans don’t fare very well.

Thirteen Titans rank in the bottom 75 percent at their positions:
•Kamerion Wimbley: 46th of 46 3-4 outside linebacker
•Blidi Wreh-Wilson: 105th of 106 cornerbacks
•Michael Oher: 71st of 75 offensive tackles
•Shaun Phillip:s 42nd of 46 3-4 outside linebackers
•Michael Griffin: 77th of 85 safeties
•Jake Locker: 33rd of 37 quarterbacks
•Justin Hunter: 88th of 96 receivers
•Nate Washington: 94th of 109 receiver
•Brian Schwenke: 33rd of 41 centers
•Sammie Hill: 65th of 82 nose tackles
•Chance Warmack: 62nd of 78 guards
•Dexter McCluster: 138th of 142 returners
•Leon Washington: 142nd of 142 returners


Locker’s out of the lineup now. But setting the returners aside, that’s half of the team’s starting lineup on offense and defense that ranks in the bottom third at it's position.

Who’s in the top 25 percent at their positions? It’s a much smaller list:
•Delanie Walker: tied fifth of 59 tight ends
•Wesley Woodyard: 11th of 60 inside linebackers
•Jurrell Casey: 11th of 50 3-4 defensive ends
•Taylor Lewan: 17th of 75 offensive tackles
•Bishop Sankey: 15th of 62 running backs
•Michael Roos: 19th of 75 offensive tackles


Meanwhile, Marc Mariani is watching from his couch.


And for good reason....
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