Better without Pacman?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 27, 2007.

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  1. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    i will take pacman jones over michael griffin on kick returns, chris davis on punt returns and nick harper at CB.
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  2. Ewker

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    fine you take him, just keep him off the Titans :grrhee:
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  3. Slackmaster

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    Let him come back to the Titans. But make him give a speech criticizing the BMF to the kids in ATL housing projects first.

    Otherwise, I don't believe he has learned a lesson.
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  4. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    Who would have Chris Davis over Pacman returning punts??? That's like taking Jerius Norwood over Hester returning punts.
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  5. Titans2008

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    PacMan has no trade value. Our best bet is to play him. If he shows up in good football shape and is let back into the league, we would be idiots to not immediately put him in the number 1 corner slot. Move harder to 2 and let Finnegan play the 3. Then we can take our worst defensive position (MLB) off the field for most of the game. Who knows, if PacMan behaves for the rest of the year, we might even be able to get something for him!
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  6. reo

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    this is just a message to pac saying he's not out of the woods yet. when/if he comes back this year, he'll have to work his way back into the lineup. if we're playing great d w/ fin and harper at corner then there's bout a 0% chance that pac starts anytime soon. he'll have to earn it and jump through a lot hoops to even be active much less make it onto the field. he'll start out by earning back the punt return duties (i like davis but he's no pac) but if griff keeps returning like he has then he'll keep that job. and then maybe just maybe he'll win Fin's spot pushing fin to nickel but i wouldn't bet on that either. if our defense is playing as well as it has been then fisher won't rock the boat.
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  7. cld12pk2go

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    I think Pac will immediately be in the mix for the #2 corner spot (challenging Harper), but would not likely start for several weeks.

    However, he would immediately become our KO/PR #1 starting week 12 (his first potential game back).
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  8. Slackmaster

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    I kind of wish they would just go ahead and announce that he isn't coming back this year, just to end the "when Pac comes back in week 11, it will be great!" threads.
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  9. Ryan

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    No. He IS going to come back. Since he got suspended he has done NOTHING to get himself into trouble. He is doing a good job on TNA and helping out some kids who do well in school by giving them tickets to the shows. He deserves to come back. Maybe not to play full time but we could definitely use his talent on Punt Returns. You know how much better we can be with him?
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  10. Slackmaster

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    Is it worth losing a year on his contract to have him in six games?
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