Analysis of the Titans personel

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Gut, Mar 8, 2007.

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  1. zackmann

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    good job...

    I am very interested to see what happens with RCB, RDE, and FS...
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  2. Puck

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    i concur
    I never saw what people saw in Givens anyway
    how he's anything more than a #2 is beyond me

    it doesn't matter if we sign Stallworth
    BJ would still be the #1 WR (as far as receptions go)
    Donte' would be our deep threat / 3rd and long guy

    as far as I'm concerned, only a Darrell Jackson or Randy Moss could knock BJ off the top of the depth chart
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  3. The Playmaker

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    Randy Moss. :rotfl:
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  4. Puck

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    you don't think so ?

    Oakland as a whole had a bad year
    but in '05 ,Moss was still good for 60rec 1000yds and 8tds

    I'm not suggesting Moss would be a Titan
    but if he were, he could possibly produce similar results
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  5. The Playmaker

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    Moss and Jones would have a good old time.

    But seriously Moss is past his prime and is like a Terrell Owens jr.
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  6. BigRed3

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    He's exactly like Terrell Owens. Without the fake suicide attempts, showing up to practice in a biking uniform, falling asleep during team meetings, and sleeping through rehab appointments. You can't blame Moss for last year, he was in a complete disaster in Oakland. His offensive coordinator was running a bed and breakfast before taking the job for god's sake. I agree that he is a risk, but he is the only reciever available that is a proven number 1 guy.
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  7. avvie

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    This is the part that bothers me. Combined with your assessment of the TE position, I can't see us getting very far being a one-dimensional team. And you assessment of the RB position leads me to believe that Fish thinks we're going to just keep winning on VY's mobility alone.

    Again, I'm suffering fear of the unknown, but at this point, we all agree that we have little defense, and it looks like we're going to be without an offense as well.

    You've basically said:
    WR--Jones, and questionable
    RB--questionable
    TE--extremely questionable.
    OL--Roos and questionable
    QB--questionable, unless he plays by himself.
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  8. TNThunder

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    Actually he is correct. We need help there also to be an elite defense.
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  9. Gunny

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    :rolleyes:
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  10. Architect

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    Why are we worried about WR? Forget Stallworth! Just bring back Calico, Thigpen, and Pickens and we should be straight:duckrun:
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