There have been two running story lines so far in NFL training camps ahead of the 2015.
They are the sheer amount of fights that have been happening across basically all teams, and Marcus Mariota's quite incredible run of 10 practices in a row without registering a single interception.
However, it seems that the great mystery of Mariota's unbelievable streak may have been revealed, with the Titans taking their cues from Oregon.
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According to a report from David Climer of The Tennessean, the Tennessee Titans have apparently been borrowing plays straight out of the Oregon Ducks playbook in an attempt to fulfil a promise to the Heisman Winner.
"Ken Whisenhunt appears to be following through on a draft-day pledge to incorporate some elements of the offense Mariota directed at Oregon into the Titans’ 2015 playbook," Climer wrote earlier today.
The Titans needed to make a big change and they decided that change was basically going to be the entire offense. They drafted in Mariota from Oregon, talented but flawed wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, two offensive lineman and a potential number one running back in David Cobb.
The Titans are all in on this new offense and they seem to bringing a new playbook with it, with head coach Ken Whisenhunt saying they have been experimenting a lot with their new system.
“We’ve experimented with a few different things,” Whisenhunt said. “If we can continue with that and not overload it, we’re good. … Marcus has done a good job of doing some of the core things that are important to us. It’s been a good blend.”
Oh and Mariota continued his no-interception streak today, going 10 of 14 with the arm today. Not bad young man. Exciting times definitely lie ahead for the Titans.