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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by SEC 330 BIPOLAR, Feb 9, 2006.
For a single season in #32, who had a better year?
WHY? :hmm: Please post.
Pacman Jones and who?
PacMan is going to be better, but its hard to compare a backup RB to a problem causing DB(but Pac is doing better)
Antowain Smith didnt really do much in Tennessee. He had the chance when Brown went down, and had a 3.7 YPC:sad2:
Pacman did awesome on ST and made some plays at CB. Though he still has a long way to go, I´ll go with Pacman
I'll go with Pac, he did good ST plays and besides he is a show on the field, I think he has everybody's attention when he is on the field.
Especially, the Referees...
Sometimes if it's not hard it's not worth doing.
Who played their role the best? Was anybody disappointed with either player more than the other or conversely was anyone impressed with one more than the other or was anyone impressed with one and let down with the other or is this an issue of which you loath more? Are you a big fan of one and can hardly remember any sigifigant contibution of the other? Would another pick or another FA as the case may be would have been / has been a better fit for the team is a very valid point of consideration. Player market is a good equalizer. It's not about the future or what if he was still here or if they had played on the same team. I'm not asking who is a better athlete or who is a better example setter...there are many components that make up a player and a players value to a team as well as his performance on the field and at what cost. It's about impact in a sense and in a whole other it is about contribution or taking away from the greater good whoever #32 is. Was either a burden in their only season as a Titan? Was one an asset and the other a burden or were they both assets? We are only talking about one year as being #32 and in that one year...well, who was the better Titan? Who played their role the best...there...that's what I'm asking.
Yes it is hard. It's comparing and contrasting analytically.
Simply put it's a pro and con score sheet where one could give them a point for a pro and take a point for a con...or a half point depending on the weight of the factor. Both players are a mixed bag when put in this context. If it got broke down the consensus could run tight.
It's sort of like MVP balloting when you weigh a QB against a RB or even a defensive player such a LB.
maximus, great find on that smilie!
In that case, I would have to go with PacMan. Antowon made little impact during his short year here in TN
Pacman is a great return man.
It's kinda a Henry vs. Smith question at this point unless someone can make a case that Pacman Jones is a poor fit within the organization. I don't see that happening.
What about this #32 debate
Bobby Myers vs PacMan
Definitely going with PacMan on this one
As for the Henry vs Smith
Smith so far, but If we decide to keep Henry, he will probably have a bigger impact than Smith did