Dominic Williams (Davis) should be a titan

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titan_fan_4ever, Mar 24, 2007.

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  1. titan_fan_4ever

    titan_fan_4ever Titans Rule

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    he is a star....injury problems sure but a star none the less...this guy while he was the starter carried the entire texans O....

    he was reffered to as the texans offense by so many fantasy analysits...

    i mean how good is this guy...they hvae no offensive line and no pasin game..and he still was such a force...

    yeah he might not be able to hanlde a full time load anymore if ever...but man...him and lendale...that would be amazing and i think he'd come cheap
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  2. Banshee2

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    I wouldn't disagree with the vet min for a couple of years -- but we wouldn't see dividends for at LEAST a year, if ever.

    His knee is screwed...like, "career-ending" screwed. I mean, if you can't play for the Texans, with their desparate need for RBs...there must be something REALLY wrong.
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  3. Puck

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    so many people say "He's done"
    but I have yet to hear him say that, or any physician that has treated him
    last reports were that his rehab was going fine then he suffered a setback
    now he'll have another procedure and the outcome of said operation will determine alot of things
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  4. Bobo

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    Maybe he is out for awhile, and maybe he can comeback. Probably no one besides some doctors know. I'd love to have him with LW, but I don't know what his condition is.
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  5. oochymp

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    I'd give him a vet min but incentive laden contract for a couple years, of course with a physical, but that happens with everybody before they're signed
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  6. finz50

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    I don't see much difference between him and Chris Brown.....both are good, when healthy....but neither has played much in the last couple years....
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  7. BayAreaTTFan

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    Every body said Travis Henry is done.The problem in the league is RB are throw away items. If your not LT and you get a 8 month injury every says your done. Even if he doesn't have what he use to have he will stilll be a more seasoned back then Ganther(who i think has a jacob bell type future for us).
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  8. Puck

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    I like these new "prove it" contracts and as long as he wasn't offered a big signing bonus, he could still be cut and not cost us
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  9. PhiSlammaJamma

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    Not even the Texans wanted him. He is still a year away if ever. We need someone now, even if its payton again.
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  10. oochymp

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    yeah, the first one like it I heard about (I'm sure there have been others) was Maurice Clarrett's, and I thought all rookie contracts should be written like that, not that that'll ever happen, but with a player recovering from an injury like Williams it'd work very well
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