Akeem Ayers and Zach Brown

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by JCBRAVE, Nov 20, 2013.

  1. RollTide

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    I honestly have no idea what you are talking about. Neither do you in that regard. You started a legitimate thread but that is just nonsense.

    If Munch is not successful as a head coach he will lose his job and will have to pack up and move to some other city to earn a living but this guy is hardly a lazy loser.
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  2. Upright7

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    Brown was making plays earlier in the year with Fokou in the middle. Ayers has been playing hurt all year.
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  3. GoT

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    oh boo freakin' hoo


    cry me a river

    he needs too play GOOD hurt. Anyone can play bad hurt that dont take much of nothin'
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  4. JCBRAVE

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    What does Munch do then? Why should he keep his job when a water jug can give you the same results for free...

    he takes a bunch of 20-somthing year old black guys bowling for crying out loud, bowling.

    He's so far out of touch with these guys, no wonder they're flat after the half. Mike starts talking, guys start falling asleep.
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  5. Renfro95

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    Dont say it cant be. lol. Say you would rather it not be. I WANT a change too, but am not holding my breath and have seen worse.
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  6. 520

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    I dunno at least the Gatorade gives players energy...that's a step up in my book
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  7. 2ToneBlueBlood

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    I agree, I've been disappointed in both of them. Ayers was hyped coming out of college as a guy who could really rush the passer well and now we give him a chance to do it and get pretty much nothing out of him.

    I've often wondered how Ayers would fare at MLB? He seems like a smart guy, and has been calling the plays on the field anyway. Then if the other kid from UCLA is there in the draft, we could draft him to play OLB and rush the passer more (I think his name is Barr). Just thinking out loud. Would that work at all?
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  8. Danimal

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    I'll have a Gatorade . . . .
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  9. 520

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    lol he looks like the cockroach guy in men in black whos skins all loose
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  10. RavensShallBurn

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    I could've told you that back when we did it.
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