After 2004, did we think Mason was done?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Bobo, Dec 4, 2007.

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  1. Bobo

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    I'm trying to remember exactly how things went down. Was it cap related? I don't remember that being a big issue. I don't remember him being much of an issue, although he did seem to be developing a bit of that "big head WR" syndrome.

    He'd still be our #1 and best WR. I know hind sight is 20-20, but am I forgetting some good reason he walked? Sometimes I can't remember 3 days ago, much less 3 years ago :lol:
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    Definately a cap issue, and I hated to see him go. But IIRC, he was becoming frustrated with having to do punt returns. Me, i wonder if samari rolle talked him into going to Baltimore...which just got Titans fans PO'd.
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    Shouldn't that jersey in your sig read #25?
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    I really wish he would have stuck around during the Vince era..

    We have a new young QB which has shown the ability to be an 'above average/good' passer and possibly a 'very good' passer if the nimwits on the other side of the field could make the catches.. What we need now more than ever is a vet rather than another team's reject to come in and help build his confidence and buy us some time to bring in some promising youngsters through the draft. Giving up Mason was a mistake. I really hope Fish makes up for it by getting him a proven vet this offseason. We need consistency rather than flashy. Someone Vince can dump the ball to knowing he'll make the catch 8/10 times.
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    :ha: No, it's intentionally #18. Some here will get the joke. ;)
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    Its Mike Williams
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    Most of our WR's catch like they have T-Rex arms :ha:
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    :ha: Yeah, really. It's funny b/c when he was in the game I was like "Wow, they have Troupe linning up on the outside against a corner", but then I realized that Troupe was the one in motion, and it was MW I was looking at. He makes Troupe look like Randy Moss (Build wise). That kid seriously needs to go on a diet, or get down on the line like everyone is asking/suggesting him to do. At that size the only seperation he's going to have is in the form of a letter at the end of the season.

    Oh, yeah, D. Mase is still my all time favorite WR on this team. Givens (Earnest) is a close second, neck & neck almost. As much as I hated to see Mac go, I hated to see Mase leave even more.

    I have a Boxer, and ended up naming him Mason. Though it was a cool name for a Dog, and he's great player.
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  10. Bobo

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    Was his contract up, or was he cut? Can't believe I don't remember.

    I remember the punt issues. He seemed like he didn't even care to do it when he got the ball. Maybe attitude had a bit to do with it. We know what Fish thinks about primadonna WR's.
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