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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Sunshine, Jun 22, 2006.
Hmmm, no McNair and better team chemistry.
I'm taking the fact that we haven't gone after Law as a good sign of the coaches' confidence in Rey and Pac. I was worried about the CBs in general right after the draft, and I'm still a little worried about depth, if one of them goes down we're screwed. If they play all season, I'm pumped, I think we'll see a big jump. Even if Hill doesn't make the pro bowl and doesn't get 10 INTs, if he doubled his production from last year, maybe a little more (say 7 INTs, 16-18 PD) I think we'd all be thrilled. If he keeps improving, he was definitely one of the best steals of that draft.
they both have to show some heart when it comes to tackling. And I'm not talking about hitting hard I'm talking about form tackling. Even little guys can tackle if they use proper technique.
It's not really personal....well, unless you count your 'roo breath, Aussie Boy.
??? In what league does a guy get 7 Ints and 16-18 PD and not make the pro bowl?
He defiantly showed some quality play last season.
The big difference between Pac and Hill:
Pac man tells everyone how good he is.
Hill shows everyone how good he is.
I like Hill..He seems like a great guy and a great player... Just as long as he doesn't get shown up by Dennis Northcutt anymore......
and don't underestimate that some (or most) of Hill's success came about as QB's were opting to throw away from Pac ... putting RH in a spot to make a play
might be time to file for non-profit status Gunny
Sunshines post of 'Gunny!'
reminds me of 'TIMMEH' from South Park.