Tennessee Titans vs. St. Louis Rams: Breaking Down St. Louis’ Game Plan

November 2, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Jared Cook and Jeff Fisher will welcome their old team, the Tennessee Titans, to the Edward Jones Dome in Week 9. Expect the big tight end to be featured against his former teammates—if not because of any personal motivation, then because the St. Louis Rams have no business asking quarterback Kellen Clemens to throw too far downfield.
He threw not one, but two perplexingly horrendous interceptions against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night. Before you think to yourself “Well, the Seahawks are a top-three NFL defense. Of course Clemens threw two picks,” watch them again.
The first one was a gross overthrow up the left sideline, hauled in by Bruce Irvin, the recently-suspended second-year player who moved to linebacker just this offseason. Clemens threw from a clean pocket, but gave his biggest target—the aforementioned Cook—no chance to grab the toss.
Protection was strong again during Clemens’ second interception, and it’s a bi...

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