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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by DownSouthPlayer, Sep 30, 2012.
Washington is our most consistent receiver at the moment. Wright's drops today were hard to watch.
I hear you. I made this prediction myself when I looked at our next 7 games. The only team I see beating us is Pittsburgh. I understand we have been pretty bad. But my gut feeling tells me we will be above .500 at our bye week.
Don't really think WR was right pick considering lines were both needs and still are both needs and still suck. Wright hasn't really done much that Damien Williams can't do in all honesty. But I suppose it doesn't matter at this point, he's a Titan.
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I've never liked using the pick for an under-sizedWR. DeCastro was there. I was disappointed with the pick.
Wright wasn't my top pick at the time but with Britt concerns and not knowing if Washington will be back next year it made sense to get Locker a weapon for the future. Wright is the #4 option on the team after Britt, Washington, and Cook what is everyone really expecting from him right now? Hell, CJ gets as many targets so you can knock Wright down to 5. He had some drops today but we'll see how he is a year from now.
I think the Titans were relying on Wimbley too much to pick up the slack in the pass rushing department and expected the OL to improve (it didn't). I don't think they make that mistake again but as far as the reasoning goes I completely agree with the Wright pick. The only guys I really wanted in the 1st was Dont'a Hightower, Harrison Smith, Kendall Reyes, or Janoris Jenkins when looking at who was available at the time. The guy I wanted through the whole process was Dre Kirk but he went like 2 spots ahead and also kinda liked Stephen Hill. Most of the pass rushers were 3-4 guys I believe (outside that guy from Illinois).
Wright was still the right pick imo.
4 games and has already shown a lot of potential.
25% of the season behind us, and he is #1 in receiving yards amoung rookies, #1 in receptions amoung rookies, #1 in receiving TDs amount rookies, and #1 in pass targets amoung rookies. So, anyone who thinks he wasn't worth the pick in teh latter parts of Round 1 and that we are stupid, are clearly mistaking.
Unless Polamalu and Harrison are still on the sidelines when we play them, we have no chance.
We have a great chance to beat Pittsburgh, so long as our DTs stay healthy.