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Mike Reinfeldt defends his offseason moves

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Rebel Titan, Mar 5, 2008.

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  1. Rebel Titan Oiler Cannon Ball

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  2. cld12pk2go Camp Fodder

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    very nice.
  3. titansfan4eva24 VY 4 Life

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    very good article...i actually understand him alot more and now i totally understand the mindset of the titans FO.
  4. GoTitans3801 Forward Progress!

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    Good article. He's a well spoken guy. And according to Albert's agent, he's a really hard-ball negotiator, which I take as a good thing.
  5. Riverman Raise the Wrath

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    He didn't say jack. Brandon Jones and Roydell Williams as good as any FA WR's that were available? Bwahahahahahaha.

    Cap space doesn't win you games-players do. It is up to him to stagger contract lengths for players we want to retain to efficiently utilize the available cap.
  6. Austin_Bill Camp Fodder

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    Read between the lines he sounds like he is going to look really hard at taking a receiver in round 1 or 2. He also sounds like he is looking at taking a runningback with a little speed. His thoughts on our receivers is spot on with what others in this forum have been saying. We have good receivers that are 2nd and third options but no one that would be considered a good #1 guy.
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    MJTitans Chris Whitley look him up

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    Yea, read into his answer to this question

    Translation: We would love a #1 receiver - Moss was the only true #1 in FA. BUT the WRs we have are much better than everyone one thinks, our biggest problem on offense last year was due to a lack of a TE threat, and a failure to convert 3rd downs. Some of that was down to players, most was Chow. We have a TE, might add a change-up RB, and the new OC can get much more out of the players we have on the roster. We'll still work on a trade to get a top WR, and we will definitely look to draft one if we can. If it doesn't happen this year, we'll be patient and do it next year.
  7. LT21Titans27 Tebow Apostle

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    That was a given until some questions were raised when we lost to key D lineman this past week

    Justifying his wasted pick of Chris Henry in the second round last year?


    Stallworth, Moss, Berrian all possible #1s that didnt even come to town
  8. vslyke In Dinger We Trust

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    Good analysis. I remember last year I flipped out when we lost Henry. But later, when everything came out (pot, kids, $ problems, lack of production in Denver). I'm sure he knows more than us and I think that translation is a good job of reading between the lines.
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    This selection also tells me that Olson is as good as retired, that Amano will start at one guard spot, and that Loper and Harris will compete for the other spot with Loper as the favorite.
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