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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by fitantitans, Mar 6, 2014.
Damn it, Scarecrow, NOT EVERYONE CAN BE ELITE.
I WAS ACCEPTING OF KEARSE 2.0 DURING HIS RETURN
"All tings CJ and tings like dat"
Cry baby cry make your mother sigh.
That is not some enlightening statement. Are you just now realizing the players that have been on the Titans the last 10 years?
maybe we should put Derrick Morgan up there!
He is the poster boy for this franchise! Fan complaceny and sub par play!
Is this your new thing? Have I become your new Deuce Wayne? You're just going to follow me around the board and complain that I complain?
The Titans have sucked for the last five years. Sorry I'm not all sunshine and rainbows. When the team gives me something to cheer about I'll cheer. Until then this miserable team will continue to get a miserable outlook.
Pretty depressing if you just want to be whiny ***** like Scarecrow in week 2 of March before free agency has even began. This is the time of the year for optimism and change. I mean **** we got the new head coach, we've signed two good re-signing deals from both serviceable player and contract standpoint.
I don't see what the problem is in acknowledging the so far positive movements, I guess unless you are just a constant depressed whiny loser.
We brought back two average players that were on an average defense.
MOTHER****ING SUPER BOWL!
Fill this out.
Well I'd recommend you quit being a fan of an NFL team and just bandwagon year to year. Even the best of the best in the NFL are batting a whopping 0.125 when it comes to Superbowl wins.
Superbowl teams need full starting rosters. Not ever starting player is elite. Guys like Pollard and Piaotuaiouetaotiueioua are the serviceable starters that fill out a team. And they were signed on GREAT deals. That is something to be excited about. It's not like we are throwing massive money at Craig Stevens here like we used to do.
But I guess if you are just whiny and depressed all the time it's hard to ever see the positives.