Free Agency Update: Stallworth in Town

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by goTitans.com, Mar 7, 2007.

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  1. RyansTitans

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    wow completly off topic rite here but im playing madden against the broncos and who just busts a 89 yard run on me? Henry. hahhhah wow
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  2. Nine

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    Absolutely not true.

    Look at Andre Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald, Anquan Boldin, and Roy Williams.

    Each of these guys is an elite talent at WR. They all put up eye-popping numbers year after year....and yet none of them has ever played in a playoff game. In fact, none of them has ever played for a .500 team.

    These guys are great WR's, but they make very little difference in the W/L column.

    Now try to name four stud RB's who put up huge numbers year after year, yet never make the playoffs.

    The fact is, a dominant RB will turn a team around. A dominant WR won't.
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  3. Childress79

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    A RB behind a poor O line will do nothing,Houston,SanFran,Cleveland,Green Bay ,Miami,Buffalo06,Arizona & us before 06.

    Teams that are struggling to find a productive O line will either give up on the run mid way through a game or run anywhere but between the tackles to try & protect their QB.

    Edgerrin James_Cardinals perrenial pro bowler to sucksville in one easy move.

    Get a decent O line & you can slot in an average back & still get production. Even a dominant RB will suck with no O line.
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  4. RyansTitans

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    OK sooooooooooooooo... Ive asked once ill ask again. What happened with Stallworth? When will we know if we offerd him something?
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  5. Childress79

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    Can't you read?:grrhee:

    http://www.tennessean.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070308/SPORTS01/703080395/1027
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  6. RyansTitans

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    Oh im sorry. LOL.. I never check the Tennessean. Im not to fimiliar with that site. Since I live in PA lol
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  7. Banshee2

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    Sure you can - he can choose Cracker Barrell -OR- Waffle House!! :clown: :ha:
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  8. Tez

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    I was responding to the guy comparing Donte and Henry's contracts, speaking money-wise. RBs are a dime a dozen these days... Proven WRs... not so much.

    I agree that RBs are more crucial due to more touches, but WRs can change the game dramatically as well.

    The last 3 SB champs (and runner-ups for that matter, minus the offense-less Bears) have had impact WRs, with 2 of them winning SB MVP.
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  9. oochymp

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    Corey Dillon as a Bengal is one
    And as Childress said, a bad o-line can make very good RBs look very bad.
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  10. BigRed3

    BigRed3 Straight Cash, Homey

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    Don't hate on Waffle House man. I've spent many a friday night eating smothered, covered, and whatever the hell elsed hashbrowns well into the wee hours of the morning
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