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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by goTitans.com, Jul 11, 2006.
Not in the NFL he hasn't...
He played well enough in college to be the third overall pick. Once he was made the 3rd overall pick, then he "deserves" to get paid fair market value for his draft slot. If the Titans didn't want to pay it, they didn't have to draft him. Vince has better odds than most of being actually worth that kind of money though.
They'll pay him. I'm just saying that he hasn't proven anything yet. Lots of college stars don't do squat in the NFL. Let's just hope Vince doesn't become one of them...
quite a conundrum... he can't prove anything until he is signed and yet he has to prove something to be signed? He's been nothing but a winner his whole life. I say he's a pretty darn good risk.
He doesn't have to prove anything to be signed. He just had to be drafted...
I hope this doesn't turn into one of those circular logic chess matches again.
So explain to me how Vince Young doesn't know how to win?
this must be the first time a thread has been ruined and then gotten back on track.
no. not it's not.
notice SK here is always the one that throws the ruin train into overdrive,
i.e. - with his condoning comments about
Len Dale White and what not
Yeah, it was my fault. Is it offensive if you call me a ruiner if I am a ruiner? :ha:
As for Vince, I never said he doesn't know how to win. I just said it's one thing to do it in college and another to do it in the NFL. Didn't Ryan Leaf know how to win? Rick Mirer? Heath Shuler? We'll just have to wait and see whether or not he will become a winner in the NFL as well...
aww gee Wally...