Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Apr 28, 2013.
They are also horribly incorrect as Warmack can get to the second level just fine.
I just don't see how you could think that. We were last in the league in time of possession. That's more or less the barometer of total team efficiency. Dead last. Sure fire playoff? If we win 8 games and look competitive in 5 losses this season is a huge stride. Playoffs is a dream. May come true, but not likely.
He can also pull and seal the edge. He's a mobile monster for a dude his size.
More love for the Titans!
This is what I love to see. People around the league are seeing that we are an improving team. Now its up to the players to prove it.
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Summary: Tennessee Titans The Titans may not have any idea what will become of Jake Locker. I don't know either. But they sure as heck should be better running the ball in 2013 behind the line they're building, and between whatever pressure that takes off Locker and the addition of yet another receiver, they can say they gave him a chance. Chance Warmack is one of the more dominating run-blockers to enter the league in years. Between him and Andy Levitre, the Titans are really good at guard. Tennessee also added a nasty center in Brian Schwenke in Round 4. Justin Hunter gives them another deep threat, so they now have Kenny Britt, Hunter, Kendall Wright, Nate Washington and Delanie Walker, as well as Chris Johnson and Shonn Greene. If Locker struggles early, maybe it's Ryan Fitzpatrick's team, because somebody can work with this offensive talent. Blidi Wreh-Wilson gives them the corner they needed. I had defensive end as a big need and Lavar Edwards was a steal in the fifth. I thought they did pretty well overall.
All Wrs are boom or bust type players so how is Hunter different?
Everybody is wanting to suck the Rams off for what they did but i thought they were idiots. They used a 2nd rd pick to trade up for a 180 lb special teams player when they could have stayed pat and drafted Patterson.
Signing Jared Cook to a big deal like that was also a risk.
The Rams could have worked the draft so they had Patterson and Hunter for what they used to get Austen.
Another irritation for me is why so many are saying that Mingo is worth a 5th pick. Talk about a huge gamble and so to an lesser extent was Ansah.
I thought the Packers did real well getting perhaps the best 3-4 end in Jones and then Lacy.
The only reason I liked the Rams draft was because of Ogletree. Outside of that, I didn't think it was that great. I am also glad for the run on DEs once Jordan was gone. I didn't like any of them this year.
I am still kind of bummed we didn't get Tank, but I have a feeling that Hunter is going to be someone we have missed since Mason left. Probably filling a void we haven't seen in TN. The front office just must not place DE as high as I do.
I feel like we could run every play this year and still beat teams
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