TheTodd15

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    The Ohio State Buckeyes

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  1. No Major Injuries Best part of that game report
  2. I'm probably a better hype man than coach
  3. By points, we had the worst defense in the league last year. We expect to see a much improved pass defense with the acquisition of Alex Collins at FS, getting rid of Donald Edwards at CB--one of the worst CBs in the league per Bubada's metrics, and having rookie Jordan Harris take over at #2 CB -- who had a good showing in preseason, fwiw. DC Vance Joseph was brought in specifically to bolster the secondary as well, our main weakness last year, aside from injuries. Staunch linebacking corp with the addition of Jackie Eaton, and the ability to run schemes better fitted to the talent we have. Also, the Tyler Jones factor. We know he is a great player and are really excited to see what he contributes-- we anticipate a much better pass rush this year. All of these factors should add up to a much improved defense which cost us most of our games last year. On offense, the addition of Alexander Williams means more than just adding another great player. It unlocks a lot of offensive looks better suited to Chris Bell and the rest of our offense that we just couldn't run last year. A lot of our troubles on offense last year stemmed from poor line play and having to start linemen out of position. We are an offensive line driven team, and with that weakness, we just couldn't put anything together consistently. We liked what we saw out of preseason with the addition of James Redd and rookie Ian Braden on the line, who I had lobbied the Titans front office to grab in the draft. Again, we brought in Scarnecchia as OC to bring cohesiveness to the line, with the understanding that all great offenses start up front. With that in mind, we are expecting less turnovers and a more balanced rushing attach with the emphasis we've placed on better line play. And of course, we get to watch Kevin Williams start all year, which we are all excited about.
  4. The only thing anyone has to say about the Titans is that we had injuries last year. I know we have to prove we're a better team now, but we did only lose to basically the cardinals 1st string with our 3rd string in the preseason. Oh well, more bulletin board material.
  5. Wesly Chandler, TEN, WR, Achilles Jesus Christ why is our team plagued
  6. Congrats to Joshua Darby on 1st team TE as a 2.5/2.5
  7. Not a starter thankfully
  8. Kevin
  9. Is Christian Skaggs an elite QB?
  10. No one for the Titans
  11. TheTodd15, Head Coach of the Tennessee Titans C ) With your GM in the war room at your facility. We have a first one in, last one out mentality. One interview after our pick has been announced.
  12. Wish I could preserve my bowl record but can't complain about losing to a pretty talented ttu in a last minute td drive. Gg ace
  13. Grading the Most Exciting (Remaining) 2019 CFBHC Bowl Games Ok, so you know the playoff games will be , and this Monday's bowl games will be not as much, but how do you know which bowl games to pay attention to in between? Well, you should tune in for all of them. But, if you were wondering how the bowl games rank in terms of entertainment, look no further. From the minds of myself, Monda, and GK12303, we bring you rankings of the remaining 2019 bowl games. We determined the best bowl match-ups based equally on (1) Team Quality, (2) Closeness of Matchup, and (3) Offensive Ability. Rankings based on the composite score are listed below. Enjoy! Game #1 - - - 226.6 Rose Bowl - - - 218.4 Citrus Bowl - - - 217.8 Alamo Bowl - - - 216.4 Game #2 - - - 214.4 Holiday Bowl - - - 214.1 Orlanda Bowl - - - 210.4 Gator Bowl - - - 207.4 Miamia Beach Bowl - - - 203.5 Sun Bowl - - - 201.6 Orange Bowl - - - 196.8 Heart of Dallas Bowl - - - 195.7 Tampa Bowl - - - 195.4 Cactus Bowl - - - 191.6 Las Vegas Bowl - - - 185 Texas Bowl - - - 184.6 Sugar Bowl - - - 184.4 Pinstripe Bowl - - - 172.3 Armed Forces Bowl - - - 167 Boca Raton Bowl - - - 117.6 Military Bowl - - - 103.6 Full rankings below: Rankings based only on closeness: Cactus Bowl - - - 96.5 Orlanda Bowl - - - 88.7 Heart of Dallas Bowl - - - 83.3 Rose Bowl - - - 78.9 Armed Forces Bowl - - - 78.9 Miamia Beach Bowl - - - 76.3 Holiday Bowl - - - 71.3 Orange Bowl - - - 70.2 Citrus Bowl - - - 68.4 Sun Bowl - - - 68.4 Tampa Bowl - - - 68.4 Texas Bowl - - - 68.4 Alamo Bowl - - - 65.6 Game #1 - - - 61.1 Gator Bowl - - - 61.1 Las Vegas Bowl - - - 61.1 Sugar Bowl - - - 57.9 Game #2 - - - 50.1 Pinstripe Bowl - - - 22.9 Military Bowl - - - 22.9 Boca Raton Bowl - - - 15.8 Methodology: Rankings were determined by 1) quality of teams, 2) closeness, and 3) offensive ranking. The offensive ranking is subjective but it considers how exciting a game might be. The breakdown of each ranking metric is described below. All team metrics were standardized across a 0-100 scale. As noted below, the harmonious mean between two teams determined the final bowl ranking, except for closeness. Quality: 55% MOV, 15% record, 30% team rating; the harmonious mean of each teams quality rating determined the final bowl game score Closeness: 70% MOV, 30% team rating; the absolute difference of MOV and team rating between the two bowl teams determined this metric. The closest score would score a 100, the teams furthest apart would score a 0. Offense: 70% PF/G, 30% team rating; the harmonious mean of each teams final offensive score determined the bowl rating The margin of victory and PF/G metrics were taken from the most recent points-adjusted spreadsheet provided by Stormstopper. Record was tabulated by Monda and GK based on pre-bowl records. Team rating was harvested by myself, GK, and Monda. We created an offensive and defensive composite score by equally weighting QB, RB, WR (3), TE, FB, and OL (5) for offense. Averages were taken for WR and OL. Defensive composite score was similarly tabulated by equally weighting DL (3 or 4), OLB (2), ILB (1 or 2), CB (2), FS, SS. DL, OLB, and CB were averaged. All teams were assumed a 4-3 formation unless specified on the teams depth chart. Thus, if a team ran a 3-4 but was counted as a 4-3, they would be penalized with this approach. Only starters were considered. Further, only skill was taken into account, not potential. We realized the methodological limitations to this approach, but did not have an alternative to properly account for potential as its effect is real but nebulous across players. All metrics were translated from their previous scale to a 0-100 point scale for sake of comparability. As a final note, we would have liked to consider other team statistics, but they were not fully available and verified at time of writing this article. This spreadsheet contains all calculations and harvested data. It may be hard to follow so feel free to make critiques and ask questions! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1fOM0j_pJBK84Q4KAH6l58y8-SzOoH31bFTVE1jiZ2No/edit?usp=sharing Special thanks to Storm for sharing his opponent adjusted scoring metrics and GK + Monda for helping me make these rankings!
  14. PM me if you're interested in working on a bowl games article... can be conference tied or not

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