I know you are calling my personal dig at your unrequited love for Aaron as the number two untruth, but you're still lacking a number one untruth. I was busting your balls and you know it. You claim that I had to have watched the Bucs/Packers game to understand what happened in the that game. I documented the source of the info from where I gave my summation. To show you how easy it is to do, this is a synopsis of your favorite team's (Bronco's) season opening loss to the Titans in 2020 (a game that I hope you can admit I didn't watch - and even if I did I wouldn't remember). The Titans opened up with a 3+ minute drive gaining 2 first downs before having to punt to the Broncos. Drew lock handed off to Melvin Gordon for a 7 yard gain on first down, than threw a 17 yard strike to Noah Fant for a first down. Then Drew failed to secure the snap (fumble) on first down and ended up with a 1 yard loss. Then Drew threw 2 incompletions and the Broncos were forced to punt. The Titans then had a 9 play, 58 yard drive that ended in a 58 missed FG attempt. Lock, taking over at the Denver 37 yard line, capitalized on the good starting possession and led a nearly 5 minute 63 yard drive which included Lock going 4 of 4 passes including the 9 yard TD pass to Noah Fant. Broncos 7 - Titans 0 The Titans go 3 and out. Brian Kern punts 66 yards, PJ Locke (Bronco) gets flagged for an illegal block and the Broncos end up starting in the shadow of their own goal posts (6 yard line). The Broncos get a first down, but then Lock completes a pass to Melvin Gordon for 2 yards, but Gordon fumble and the Titans take over at the Broncos 23 yard line. Ryan Tannehill does not let this gift go to waste and lead the Titans on a 6 play drive culminating in a TD pass to Mycole Pruitt. Bronco 7 - Titans 7 Drew takes over and leads a 12 play, 74 yard over 6 minute drive that goes to waste when the Broncos have a first and goal from the Titan 2 yard line and then can't punch it in - turning the ball over on downs. Taking over at their own 1 yard line, the Tannehill leads the Titans on a 12 play, 73 yard drive that ends in a second missed FG attempt. In the second half, the Broncos go three and out then Tannehill leads a 14 play, 6+ minute drive which once again end in a missed FG attempt (miss #3). Once again, the Broncos go three and out. Tannehill leads the Titans on a 15 play, 7+ minute drive that hits pay dirt on a Tannehill pass to Jonnu Smith. Broncos 7 - Titans 14 Drew follows up with a 9 play, nearly 5 minute, 75 yard scoring drive including a 25 yard run by Melvin Gordon and Lock completing 4 of 4 passes before Gordon punches it in from the 1 yard line. Broncos 14 - Titans 14 Both teams fail to move the ball on their next 2 possessions (less than 6 minutes elapse in the 4 possessions). After those four punts, Tannehill has the ball at his own 10 yard line. He leads an 83 yard, 12 play drive that stalls out on the Denver 1 yard line. But this time, Stephen Gostkowski nails the chip shot FG (after 3 misses earlier). Broncos 14 - Titans 17 Lock completes 1 of 3 passes before time expires. Quick summary: Tennessee led in time of possession with only 3 non scoring drives that were less than 3 minutes. Although the FG's were missed, the Titans had 3 drives that could have been scoring drives. The Broncos, outside of their 2 TD drives, only had one drive longer than 3 minutes (turned the ball over on downs at the 1 yard line). The Broncos had the only turnover (Gordon fumble) which led directly to a Titan TD. The Broncos remaining 8 drives averaged only 3.5 plays and 1 minute and 27 seconds. See, KD, if you can read and comprehend a boxscore, it's easy to give a narrative of what happened in a game. Now your pissed at me for making you relive that season opening loss of what was a very winnable game for the Donkeys.