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State of the AFC South...

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by GoTitans3801, Sep 12, 2010.

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  1. GoTitans3801 Forward Progress!

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    Hmmm... when was the last time that the Colts were in last place in the AFC South? Have they ever been before?

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/standings

    Man that looks great. Texans on top is terrible though. We'll have to do something about that.
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  2. Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    The Colts run defense must be completely gone.

    I've stuck up for Arian Foster before, but I wouldn't be surprised if he never gets over 120 yards again this season.
  3. Eddyc85 Go Bucks!

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    Not that I'm predicting it but the Colts have got to be due for a down year. I mean you can't keep winning 10+ games every freaking year. I'm still not sold on Foster. He didn't even start until week 14 last year so if he can't beat out Steve Slaton then that's not saying much.
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    ????

    So Arian Foster ran for 1200 yards?
  5. carr bombed Practice Squad

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    Umm, not starting until week 14 had nothing to do with his ability last season.....it has to do with the Texans thinking they already had a franchise back who just needed the touches to get out of a funk (remember the rookie season Slaton had...he was right there with Chris Johnson) and Foster's draft position. When you're a UDFA, sometimes it takes awhile for people to give you a shot. Blame Kubiak and the coaching staff for taking so long to realize that they have a player, but the fact is that every time we have given Foster meaningful carries, he's produced like a top back. The truth of the matter is if Kubiak would've started him sooner last season over that idiot Chris Brown, Houston would've went to the playoffs last season. As long as he stays healthy, Houston has a very good player at that position.
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    Arian Foster is fine. I liked him at UT. But he's not "231 and 3 TDs" good. It wouldn't surprise me at all if this was just the Colts run D. They've always kind of struggled with the run as it is.
  7. 757Titan We had zero pro bowlers

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    Yea that and they were extremely focused on shutting down Matt shaub, which they did
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    They didn't "shut down Matt Schaub".........Houston chose to run the ball so that's what they did. They didn't even have to pass, they just handed the ball off. You can't shut down a quarterback when he's not even trying to pass the ball.
  9. Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    ha had to edit. *120 yards.
  10. Yossarian I am Him.

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    Yeah, I remember him being an above average back at UT who was consistent and reliable among anything else. He isn't the explosive type of back that CJ is and 231, 3 TDs will not happen again this season. I think it just shows how porous the Colts D is. He'll have a good season, but not a CJ2K type season.
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