Chris Johnson appreciation thread

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Tim, Dec 11, 2013.

  1. pepsidriver24

    pepsidriver24 @snydzie

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    Dude, quit throwing out baseless accusations and name-calling. Serious sources in the NFL have done work & have reported this. You call yourself a titans fan, FOLLOW THE TITANS THEN.

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  2. Tim

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    What else does this team have? A couple young WR with upside?

    But he's rushed for OVER 1000 yards every year he's been in the league. How many backs have done this in their career?

    The owner made it clear but not so clear if he takes a pay cut he'll be around in 14. He has said he wants to remain a Titan
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  3. Tim

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    You might want to listen to the owner of the Titans inside of a reporter lol..
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  4. Ensconatus

    Ensconatus Losing faith...

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    Ummm... He doesn't want to be here if it's gonna be at a pay cut. I promise you that. He wants to stay here and finish out that absurd contract he signed... Not take pay cuts.
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  5. Ensconatus

    Ensconatus Losing faith...

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    How many games has CJ won us lately?

    RBs are easiest to replace and get production from. You don't need elite RBs to win in this league. Your thinking is not congruent with the top teams in the league.

    For every CJ and Peterson there's a Zack Stacy and Alfred Morris that can fill in just fine... And frankly, we need to move to a power run scheme with a large back. Enough flash and dazzle. Just 4 yards folks.
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  6. Tim

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    Well all we have to go on is what he's said and the owner. So let's see what happens but I highly doubt we'd cut him. He's due to make 8 mill not really going to kill us
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  7. Ensconatus

    Ensconatus Losing faith...

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    I'd keep CJ for 4 mil. Not a dime more.
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  8. Tim

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    Well until that prime time qb lands on our roster I'd keep our biggest playmaker
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  9. pepsidriver24

    pepsidriver24 @snydzie

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    Lmao, owner says that "CJ isn't being used in the right way" and "he's a great teammate" and you take that and run with the interpretation of we'll cut his pay and utilize him differently - and would never cut him, just unthinkable.

    Meanwhile, I'll believe what is confirmed by high ranking sources and qualified reporters, and not what is said in press conferences at the end of a season.

    Thanks for confirming that everything you post is pure garbage. I'll remember to keep scrolling now.
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  10. Ensconatus

    Ensconatus Losing faith...

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    IF he agrees to a sizable pay cut... I will be glad to keep him around. It'll provide some truth to his words. But I don't think that will be the case. People that hold out don't take pay cuts.

    Biggest playmaker... Nope. Lately that's been wright. Or hell, even hunter has provided more spark. CJ... Nah.

    We need a fresh and young, pissed off 230 LB beast. Not this weak ass scat back bs. Sick of that style. Literally. I'm tired of the cutesy style. And so is everyone else. Why do you think everyone was impressed with that lone power push from CJ for a TD?
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