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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 3, 2010.
I don't recall seeing Curran last night. He didn't record a tackle if he did. He will make the team.
Curran has a hamstring, didn't play last night.
Any chance a veteran back-up OL gets picked up after cuts?
Maybe injury should have been in there somewhere?
I don't think so. Good left tackles don't get cut so finding one on the wire won't happen. Kropog is just in his second season and was a fourth-round pick. He had a rough game last night but has looked good to me previously. Durand and Otto are also young guys.
Anything can happen but I think the Titans are confident with their OL.
And #1 in 2012. I'm calling it now. I'm lusty for Rusty.
I'll take Blount all day over Gado. Gado is a journeyman who has never really showed anything after the good year he had in Green Bay. With Blount, he's a work in progress and he's got a lot of upside.
But is Blounts upside THIS season more important than what Gado can give them on special teams? Blount can be signed to the practice squad, learn the blocking schemes, improve and then step in next season. I don't see the Titans making him active on Sunday's unless he becomes a better special teams player.
Gado already is a solid special teams player and the #3 RB isn't going to be on the gameday roster unless CJ or Ringer goes down.
Can Blount even make it to PS is the question..
I agree Gado would be more valuable this season. But I just cannot see us getting Blount to the PS. I think he has shown enough upside that one of the many RB-needy teams out there would take a shot on him. Just in the past 24 hours Denver has lost Lendale for the year and Cleveland has lost Hardesty.