NFL: Marcus Mariota On Track To Play Against Houston Texans
Following his elbow injury, Tennessee Titans quarterback, Marcus Mariota is on track to play against the Houston Texans in week 2 of the NFL.
Mariota left a week ago’s 27-20 misfortune to the Miami Dolphins in the 3rd quarter, after harming his elbow on a hit by the defensive lineman William Hayes.
The Titans quarterback remained in the game, yet said he endured lost pf feeling in his fingers, prompting a couple of interceptions. Mariota, who was nine of 16 for 103 yards before leaving, was supplanted by Blaine Gabbert.
Marcus Mariota being examined. Looks like he has to leave the game with an injury to his throwing hand. The great Blaine Gabbert warming up … but Kaepernick cant get a workout
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) 9 September 2018
The 24-year-old trained with the Titans on Wednesday and ought to be “ready” against the Texans on Sunday, as per head mentor Mike Vrabel.
Can any Tennessee Titans fan tell me why you have Blaine Gabbert as your backup QB instead of Colin Kaepernick? I want an honest explanation. Kap can run a similar offsense to Marcus Mariota, Blaine Gabbert is as effective as a garbage can at QB
— BlueKrew (@Krush59) 9 September 2018
— NFL Now (@NFLNow3) 12 September 2018
Report: NFL tells Titans hit on Marcus Mariota was illegal: Officials should have penalized Dolphins defensive lineman William Hayes for the hit that injured Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota, the NFL told Titans coach Mike Vrabel, via Paul Kuharsky of… https://t.co/0ZbRqDtO39
— TheSimGamer (@TheSimGamer) 12 September 2018
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