I don't know a single level of sports where coaching staff doesn't favor players with experience, but to play along with the game that Fisher doesn't play young guys. WR: Drew Bennett ... significant playing time as an URFA in his first season. TE: Ben Troupe ... limited time as a rookie OT: Mike Roos ... rookie starter OG: Jacob Bell ... significant playing time as a rookie C: Kevin Mawae ... first year starter as free agent OG: Benji Olsen ... don't remember OT: David Stewart ... no time as rookie, starter in year 2 H-Back: Bo Scaife ... significant playing time as a rookie ... 2nd year starter QB ... Vince Young ... rookie starter FB ... Ahmard Hall ... rookier starter WR: Brandon Jones / Roydell Williams / Courtney Roby / all with significant playing time as rookies DE: KVB ... first year starter as free agent DT: Randy Starks ... rookie starter DT: AVH Significant playing time as rookier ... starter in 2nd season DE: Antwan Odom/Travis Laboy ... rookie starters DE: Robaire Smith ... significant playing time as rookie OLB: Keith Bulluck ... significant playing time as rookie MLB: Stephen Tulloch ... rookie starter OLB: David Thornton ... free agent first year starter DB: Adam Jones ... rookie starter DB: Rey Hill ... rookie starter SS: Chris Hope ... free agent 1st year starter FS: Lamont Thompson ... free agent 1st year starter NB: C. Finnegan ... rookie starter DIME: V. Fuller ... significant playing time before injury in first season. I know ... its not fashionable to acknowledge that most of the guys on the team have played from early in their first season with Titans. And no doubt injuries play a part in their opportunities. But the bottom line is that 11 of the 24 positions, not including Rob Bironas and Craig Hentrich, both rookie free agent starters, all started some or all of the games in their rookie seasons. But, believe what you want. Its all bad on Fish and all good on Floyd.