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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Gunny, Mar 12, 2013.
Big, young, and athletic. GET THE INK ON THE PAPER!!!!!
Our offense also looked bad because of Chris Johnson dancing backward and ending up losing ten or fifteen yards putting us in poor yardage situations.I guarantee if they don't get a power back or someone in there to split some of the load its going to lead to more of the same struggles with C.J. about to be entering his sixth year he already has wear and tear and he is not a real big bodied back.They are going to have to get someone in there big bodied bruising back to help move the chains.I don't know how many times i saw C.J. fail in short yardage situations which is where we really need a power back to keep drives going.Don't get me wrong i'm not down on him i just think C.J. will benefit with help at RB not to mention it also helps Locker as well because it takes pressure off of the QB and keeps drives alive instead of stalling.I think we had the worst time of possession last season so its definitely time to get that fixed.Sure gaining help like Levitre is great but we still need to get help in there pounding the ball and gaining yardage which is where a good power back comes in.
Yea I have stated many times that I would like Le'Veon Bell with our 3rd comp. pick if we get it. We all agree CJ should be used in spurts and it would be another dynamic for the defense to adjust to.
Is that Geno Smith 12-13 years ago? Its uncanny!
what are you trying to say Kaeotik?
I'm trying to say that kid in the gif JCBRAVE posted looks like a young Geno Smith.
CJ doesn't get hurt (unless the ravens cheap shot him)
The playmaker will be ready.
LeVITRE in lifting his brings truck full of 13 million to prepare.
The run game will be back.
Just checked out Le'Veon Bell and i think if we can get him that would be great and there is also Montee Ball too so between those two i'd be happy with either one of them.
I don't think so ... at least not if the FO stays the same as it is now (and assuming we have money to spend obviously). Munch and Webster tried to go big last year, but failed with the whole Peyton thing. This year they went out and got the guys they wanted right off the bat. No playing around. I think that is how they operate.