Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TorontoTitanFan, Sep 6, 2013.
You do realize Nate has been our best receiver for the last two years right?
Dont make the mistake of saying "people" as in "all of you" when only 4 people in the world shot this idea down.
Its a good idea and I hope its something we look at doing.
Obviously there needs to be value in the trade, I dont want us doing this just for the sake of unloading money.
Yea I dont see our front office doing anybody any favors by trading them a receiver we probably need.
Do they want Michael Preston?
Take the personal stuff to private, boys.
Hey you watch it buster, I see both sides to this, Im not totally saying we should shop Nate. Im just willing to listen to ideas instead of doing what you're doing and shooting them down before working thru the pros and cons.
No way we trade Nate now. Too much riding on this season for Locker and the coaching staff.
Is Nate may not even be the most talented WR on this team, but he brings that Vet experience and leadership that we NEED. Especially to help a young QB mature. It would not surprise me one bit to see Nate lead this team in yards again. Half the game is played with your brain ... Nate knows the game better than any WR we have at this point.
nate is going to finish this season as a Titan, he's a captain on the team for a reason and he has showed leadership at times during the game. Even though we lost to the saints a few years back, nate's performance was excellent and really carried that offense down the field and almost had locker beating drew brees and that amazing team. I hope he stays and can teach our young WR's as oppposed to Britt teaching them on what not to do off the field.
I figured the FO would be trying to trade Nate once some big WRs went down. And I was somewhat open to it a few months back. However, I was open to the idea thinking Hunter would be ready to contribute more than he is. At this point I would prefer the team just keep Nate unless a team is willing to badly overpay in a trade for him.
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