2 Things About CJ

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  1. Psychop1

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    If a Titan WR broke 1,000 yards, we'd all dub him the next Derrick Mason.
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  2. JCBRAVE

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    This team does a very nice job of making any TE, OL or RB a good player. The areas we need to get help in are at the QB, WR & DB positions. We could turn 7th round lineman into stars, but early round WR's never do that well in Tennessee. It took Mason some time to get going, Britt hit the ground running as a rookie. If Kenny Britt broke 1,000 yards hell yea we'd call him the next Mason, hopefully he turns out better tho.
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  3. Psychop1

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    I'm just saying it's been so long since we've had a truly productive WR...

    I think we have and we've had some good WR's on this team. We just have to get more from the QB position and coaches (playcalling). Hopefully, Young is coming along like they say he is, and this year is that year.
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    Jc, it's his second year. I'm saying if he breaks 1000 that's a good year for a second year wr. And I want to win more than anything. Our offense will be good with Vince, it's really our defense that this should be about ( 2 things about our defense) or even 12 things...
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  5. JCBRAVE

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    Well coming in as a rookie I thought he'd end up being our best bet at WR. So far so good. Justin Gage I've never liked, but do credit for some good grabs, and Nate, well F Nate. That Arizona shoot out was huge I think for Britt's development. Building off of that performance is what he needs to do.
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