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Be ready for the Titans to work the waiver wire

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 3, 2010.

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  1. karmarouge Camp Fodder

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    Yeah, hold your breath for third rate team cast offs that we always sign..

    Seriously folks, at what point do you stop posting these threads. We see them every year. And every year its the same disappointment you experience. When exactly do you realize that the titans will not do anything worth even talking about after preseason.

    I dont want to be a party pooper, but come on people!!! Its the same chit every year!!!
    wake up and smell the roach infested third rate coffee!
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    TitanJeff Kahuna Grande

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    We're not talking about signing a starting WR from the waiver wire but strengthening depth in a couple of areas and improving special teams. The Titans have done this a number of times over the years.
  2. karmarouge Camp Fodder

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    at this point the only thing that should really get us excited is if that bozo lowry was fired.

    But then again , i am the guy who wants to see Fisher and his whole crew tarred and feathered then rolled out of town!
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    Remember, Marty Galbraith was brought in to work with special teams as well.

    If your inferring that the coaches were the reason for the whiffed blocks and the penalties last night, that's on the players. Schommer looked like a matador on that play.
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    If we can get some reliable depth at LB then I think we'll be ok. Our ST has been pretty "special" but obviously not in the good way. If that area is what holds us back this year then that's all on the coaching. It'll be bye bye Lowry and he can take Fishbag with him.
  4. RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    If I were Fisher, I'd put Britt at #3 behind Washington and Gage. If he continues to not care or make an effort out there, I'd put Mariani ahead of him... anything to get him motivated and make him realize he's not as good as he thinks (or the rest of us thought).

    Of course he'll make the team. We don't have much depth at LB. Thornton is hurt. McGrath is suspended for the first four games. Really a no-brainer.
  5. onetontitan Fire, walk with me.

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    Which is why we really need some linebacker help right now. I DO NOT want Curran out there in week 1.
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    No way Blount makes it past waivers if we release him. Luckily, we won't release him (in my opinion).

    And side note: Everyone keeps saying McGrath, but it's McRath.
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  7. Big Time Titan Big Time Titan

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    I know huh. How stoopid.
  8. Bababooey Veteran

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    lol it's just a pet peeve of mine. I mean, if you're a fan of the team learn the name.

    I'm one of those guys who muttered under their breath every time they read "Bullock" on here.
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