C. Woodson wants to be Titan?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by AFC46, Feb 27, 2006.

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  1. MsTitan

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    He is experienced, developed and has already learned how to be an NFL player. I say get him.
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  3. Banger21

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    The Defense needs more experience. This would be a great fit. A big talent at a rather inexpensive price. CW and Bulluck could be a great duo and work well together. Its time for the Titans to start winning some ball games, you dont win games now by bringing in more young players. We need some vets.
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  4. bigreese82

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    If Woodson did come in, do you guys really think he wouldn't win the nickle job from Woolfork? I envision if he made the switch to FS ,ala Rod Woodson, he would have a shot as being the nickleback and Fuller or Woolfork would come in and be the dimeback
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  5. LazyManJackson

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    For the love of god, get hold for yourselves lads, we need Charles Woodson like no tomorow. If we get him, it would be a quality addition to our struggling defence. Expereince, talent and adesire to do well. If he does these traits at the Titans, then it can only be good
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  6. We donĀ“t need Charles Woodson, we need a high profile LB
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  7. Banshee2

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    I don't know if the money he'll want rates the production we'll get. Would he come in and work hard to make the transition here? For a smaller salary than elsewhere? Especially when another crap defensive team (like Detroit, HOUSTON) would pay him to stay at corner, just for the name? I'm not sure...

    I don't think it's realistic. Just my two cents worth. I DID do that on Madden 05, tho... (*insert evil laugh here*)
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  8. Titans2008

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    "and adesire to do well."

    Lol.
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  9. The Mrs

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    Yap yap yappity yap, all this gum flapping, er, keyboard clacking! C'mon fellas! When was the last time Charles Woodson impacted a game? (I'll just sit here tapping the heel of my stiletto while I wait for this answer:irked: )

    It's a rarity when the Titans do well in signing free agents from other teams. The whole Vanden Bosch thing was a freakin' fluke. Or maybe Vanden Bosch lifted the curse. I simply can't see C.Wood showing up in Tennessee making a big difference. I know we get all giddy for a big name player like C.Wood, but he's nothing but that. A big name.
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  10. Gunny

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    Godfrey was good. Fisk was good. Favors wasnt bad. Got Eddie Robinson back, he was good again. Schulters was good. Vanden Bosch is obviously good.
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