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Who was the one you wish we had?

  1. Ed Reed

    11 vote(s)
    23.9%
  2. Nnamdi Asomugha

    10 vote(s)
    21.7%
  3. Aaron Rogers

    25 vote(s)
    54.3%
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  1. TNTitan277

    TNTitan277 Camp Fodder

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    2002 Albert Haynesworth and could have had Ed Reed 9 picks later

    2004 Aldre Woolfork and could have had Nnamdi Asomugha got picked 3 places later

    2005 Adam Jones and could have had Aaron Rogers
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  2. Shanvhere

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    Aaron Hands down
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  3. Titans Eternal

    Titans Eternal Got the swagger of a cripple

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    Im riding with Locker, give me Nnamdi.
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  4. TheSureThing

    TheSureThing WHY DIDNT YOU DRAFT JOHNNY FOOTBALL?!?

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    if we picked Moss instead of Dyson I have no doubt In my mind we would have won multiple championships.
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  5. Scarecrow

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    I think its called the butterfly effect.

    I would take Rogers IF Volek had stayed another season or two. I am positive his success has come from him being on the bench for as long as he was.
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  6. omahacolt

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    with what qb? nah that wouldnt have happened
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  7. ImATitan

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    As much as I love Locker and think he's going to be a stud, Pacman instead of Aaron has to be the worse. Woolfolk instead of Nnamdi hurts as well, especially since they played the same position.

    I can't hate on Big Al over Reed. Hindsight is 20/20 but unlike Pacman & Woolfolk, at least Big Al was great for us and the instrumental piece to one of the best defenses we've ever had (2008).
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  8. RollTide

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    I think not drafting Jason Witten in the 2nd rd of the 2003 draft.

    That was the biggest no brainer but we were so focused in on one particular type of guy a speed WR we couldn't see our arses from the trees.

    That 2003 draft was the one that set us back for years. So many missed opportunities. Especially CBs.

    Instead of Woolfolk we could have had these Cbs. Asomugha, Mathis, Tillman rd 1. We could have taken Terrance Mcgee in rd 2. Samuel or Ike Taylor in rd 3.

    A worthless draft and how many rds 1-4 Cbs and Wrs have we taken over the years that didn't amount to spit?
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  9. RollTide

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    That's nonsense. Rogers is a great QB because he is great. It has nothing to do with waiting to become a starter. Sitting on the bench never made any average player a super star where do you get that from?
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  10. RollTide

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    Steve Mcnair duh?

    We were a one dimensional team. When we played the Ravens in 2000 we were a power running team going against perhaps the best run defense ever.

    A guy like Moss would have made the safeties play honest because you could not leave him in straight man coverage back then. That would have opened up the field for the whole offense. It would have helped Eddie and all our other receivers. My gawd man we could have had Moss, Mason and wycheck on the field together!

    Mcnair would be destined for the hall! What QB?
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