I found this article in todays (4-29) Tennessean; The title was, "Titans whiff on these 10". "In the aftermath of the 2010 NFL draft, I thought it appropriate to go back and look at the Titans drafts since they moved from Houston to Nashville by way of Memphis and Vanderbilt Stadium. This is just one man's opinion on the Titans Top 10 Draft Busts. All but two players were taken in the first two rounds. As with all subjective lists, I'm certain there will be some disagreements on the choices, and feedback is welcomed." Here are the 10 players; Pacman Andre Wooolfolk Tyrone Calico Ben Troupe Chris Henry Rocky Calmus Joey Kent Paul Williams LenDale White Travis LaBoy Draft 'busts' or 'whiffs'. Depends. In Calicos' defense, did he have a chance? I thought he looked good up until he got horse-collared by a Dallas player that cost him his knees. Then, fresh out of rehab on his knees, the coaches sent him in, too early, during the Chargers game and he reinjured a knee. I don't consider Calico a bust or a whiff. A bad injury and a bad coaching call cost him his career. Would I consider LenDale a bust? No. Somewhat of a problem child, yes. If you think of him as the starting RB, he didn't fully develope. Being used on short yardage as a bowling ball, I thought he held his own. I remember reading Jeromes Bettis' stats one year, he had something like 30 yards and 4 TDs. It was obvious as to his part on the team. I don't have a problem with that. I could live with CJ and LenDale. I like Ben Troupe. More than once did I see this 240 pound TE jump over a DB tackler. Everytime he got the ball he brought the stadium to their feet. He was exciting. Did he live up to expectations? I'm not sure. Did he have a chance to live up to expectations? Again, I'm not sure. I know this, I loved watching this man play football. The biggest bust of all depends on Vince Youngs' 2010 season. Up to date, that award goes to Pacman. So much talent. So exciting to watch. He had the team behind him. He had the fans on his side. And still he managed to get in trouble too many times. He lost all the money he had. They auctioned his beautiful home in Brentwood at a fraction of its value. Now he's begging the Detroit Lions for a job at minimum salary and they will probably pass on him. You can take kids out of the Bronx (so to speak), but you can never get the Bronx out of the kid.