Scout's take: Moving pocket keyed big game for Marcus Mariota

Blake Beddingfield was a Titans' scout for 19 years, through the 2017 draft. He was the team's director of college scouting for his final six years. Follow him on Twitter at @BlakeBeddingfi1. He’s brought to you by Party Fowl. Eat hot chicken and drink boozy slushes in The Gulch, the Boro or in Donelson.


NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Marcus Mariota is the best player on the Titans offense. It isn’t even a question anymore.

There was no question who was the best QB on the field on Monday night and that was the difference in the game.

The Titans moving the pocket for the QB was very effective during the Titans 28-14 win over the Cowboys in Dallas. It allowed Mariota to use his feet to create space and allow receivers time to get open.

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