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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by The Mrs, May 25, 2007.
the same way you judged him without ever seeing him work out.
u dont have to see someone workout to kno if they put a lot into it, u can just look at their body and tell... and for a 230 lb guy to have a 6 pack and run a 4.39 its pretty obvious
the same way he has judged justin gage and ryan fowler....
he said Justin Gage was going to make an impact? Has he ever seen him play?
He only had one chance to start. You cant judge him based on a few games being a starter. Theres a difference between Chicago and Tennessee. We have a decent offense they dont.
One chance to start? You have no clue what you are talking about. Just because he has had 1 chance to start doesnt mean he cant play. He could not even get playing time ahead of a converted CB (Rashied Davis) or Mark Bradley. Seriously dude dont even talk. LOl at saying we have a better offense than the Bears.:ha: Is that why they were 15 in total offense and we were 27? Get real.
we have vince young, chicago didnt.
oh, how did I forget. Great point
Let's keep in mind that he said that we HAVE, not had. Our first few games with Kerry Collins didn't help that rating. At the end of last year, our offense was clicking pretty good and I would have said it was better than Chicago's by a hair, but with our offseason losses, I think Chicago should be better than us again this year.
Is that so?
Last year's rankings
Chicago - 15
Tennessee - 27
Chicago - 14th (205.1)
Tennessee - 30th (162.2)
Chicago - 15th (119.9)
Tennessee - 5th (138.4)
Chicago's offense (particularly their passing game) was clearly better than our offense last year. Grossman had the occasional 5 INT game, but he also put up some pretty good yardage numbers.
Chicago had 3446 receiving yards last year (slightly different to passing yards - doesn't include sacks).
Justin Gage had 68 of them.
Anyone thinking that he is going to be a big time WR in our offense is delusional.