Bennett's sideline play

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Brian, Oct 30, 2006.

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  1. TNThunder

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    When he drops one that hits him in the hands get back to me. He's a FA, not some high priced guy we drafted #1. He catches a lot of balls other guys would never get. So he's not perfect....who is? T.O drops a crucial 4th down, Keyshawn drops a sure TD pass, even Steve Smith had some drops. You are calling Drew out for not diving for some balls? Please.
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  2. Fry

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    no. im calling out drew for not reaching out for a ball that was within a yard because the safety was near him. he was afraid to get hit. he knew it. the crowd knew it. that's why they let him hear it and that's why he walked back to the huddle with his head down and his shoulders slumped. he was ashamed and he should have been.

    he had the opportunity to make a big play for his team and his qb and he blew it because he was a pansy. then he did the same thing in the next quarter.

    im not asking him to be all pro, he's never going to be all pro. im just asking him to TRY to catch the catchable ball.

    he's a possession WR. he's supposed to go over the middle and make the tough catches. if he's not willing to do that, get someone who is.
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    Could you make any other irrelevant point?

    What does NFL Experience have to do with someone who doesn't go for balls?
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    Still waiting for that list of injuries that the S&C Coach should have prevented ;)
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    If I could actually find the injury reports I would...not that I am looking very hard...or at all :))

    Chris Brown x 25 - there, he is a hamstring injury, all his career, get rid of the S & C Coach. :yes:
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  6. Brian

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    You must be a new fan, because he HAS dropped enough that have hit him in the hands that it seems now he doesn't even bother trying for the one's that would require even minimal extra effort.

    Welcome aboard.
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  7. TNThunder

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    Bad guess, bad assumption. I live here in Nashville, and miss very few games. I think most people only remember Drew for dropping the pass at NE, and forgot overall what a good receiver he has been. So Drew lays out for one, hurts himself for 2-3 games and we have one less receiver that can produce. Would that make you happy?
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  8. Brian

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    Are we talking about "most people", or the few that actually care enough or have enough brain capacity to remember all the other drops.
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  9. Fry

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    drews drops more than his fair share of passes. i remember the "teflon drew" thread. one of the best.
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