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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titian4life, Aug 9, 2006.
Yah, if anything that is a good thing. They can learn from their mistakes.
I don't know if I'd go that far... I'd rather see them have success running simple game plans, regardless of the score, and see us shake it up more a few weeks down the road.
I think it's just TC injuries, ie. a pulled muscle here and there, the odd sprain, etc.
Live line drills will do that, there's simply too much intensity in those fights for it not to.
the saints aren't that great either. they have no oline, and brees is recovering from shoulder surgery, they let go of dwight smith, they will not be as good as people think.
Nobody is ready to play at this point, that's what camp and the preseason games are for.
Why would it suck to lose a meaningless preseason game?
Who cares what the score will be?
Getting creamed will probably help them see what they need to work on.
The Saints aren't in any better of a position
Payton hasn't had the length of time implementing
their 1st team offense is still in rehab
our defense is improved (imo)
we're bound to see some mistakes - from both sides
Titans take it though
This first preseason game will be a success if we suffer no significant injuries.
Otherwise it will be sloppy and I just want to see how some of the young DBs and LBs look.
That's why we play the preseason games.
Indeed. Just seeing our guys out there playing together against a common foe should make it all worthwhile. We may win, we may lose, who cares? It's the preseason for petes sake. The Eagles lost the other night even though their first stringers dominated the Raiders. It means nothing. We are going to win however.
I should know better, but who fills in the big shoes of "False Start Miller"?
Sorry if I just made someone hit their computer screen.