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When the NFL’s Week 5 slate of games was announced on Friday, one name that didn’t appear on the final roster of players was that of Tennessee Titans star quarterback Marcus Mariota.
This, despite the fact that the Titans held a first-round draft pick for Tennessee in the 2015 NFL Draft, acquired former Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins in this year’s trade for Mark Sanchez and traded up for the No. 2 overall selection in this year’s draft to land Mariota.
Why is Mariota missing from Week 5 of the NFL regular season? He is playing the most prominent quarterback position in the entire NFL.
Last season, Mariota ran for over 3,100 yards and threw 35 touchdowns against 10 interceptions, and finished sixth and second in the league in both yards and touchdown passes. He’s completed 59 percent of his passes for 6,711 yards and 53 touchdowns in his first four seasons, while completing more than 70 percent of his attempts in all but one season (2007) and his lone full campaign as a pro — 2010. The first-round pick from Oregon is the perfect quarterback to pair with Andrew Luck to potentially bring an instant return on investment on a franchise in its own right.
But if Mariota was the best option available, his talent would’ve been enough to garner him the chance to play in the NFL.
His game, though, is simply unmatched.
If any rookie quarterback was to excel in the NFL in 2016, it would have to be Mariota, who in 2015 — the first year in which a rookie played more than 1,000 minutes of action — earned AFC rookie of the week honors on the strength of 10-of-11 on throws that traveled at least 20 yards in the air.
In fact, only one quarterback in the entire history of the NFL has more than six straight games where he threw at least 10 touchdown passes with less than 10 interceptions: Brett Favre (6) versus